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View Poll Results: How Would You Rate Haichoi's Climate
Excellent (A) 0 0%
Good (B) 5 71.43%
Average (C) 1 14.29%
Poor (D) 1 14.29%
Very Poor(E) 0 0%
Terrible (F) 0 0%
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Old 06-17-2021, 04:47 PM
 
Location: College Station, TX/New York City, NY
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Old 06-17-2021, 05:18 PM
 
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
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The link doesn’t even work on my phone…..
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Old 06-17-2021, 05:52 PM
 
Location: College Station, TX/New York City, NY
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The link doesn’t even work on my phone…..
Fixed, hopefully.
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Old 06-17-2021, 06:17 PM
 
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
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I give it a solid B for the abundant amount of precipitation.
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Old 06-17-2021, 06:50 PM
 
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B, because there needs more rain in summer, otherwise great! but I can and do tolerate colder weather, as I am fairly adaptable. Pennsylvania, Oregon, or Tennessee! Winters look absolutely comfy but really, not as long as I'd like them. May and September fairly hot and it looks like you can drop that May temps a bit and it's still decent(albeit better). I love how new threads are coming up like this though, makes me happy!!
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Old 06-17-2021, 08:42 PM
 
Location: College Station, TX/New York City, NY
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B, because there needs more rain in summer, otherwise great! but I can and do tolerate colder weather, as I am fairly adaptable. Pennsylvania, Oregon, or Tennessee! Winters look absolutely comfy but really, not as long as I'd like them. May and September fairly hot and it looks like you can drop that May temps a bit and it's still decent(albeit better). I love how new threads are coming up like this though, makes me happy!!
I'm glad you like it! I think I made it a little bit too Mediterranean while having warm nights, so it's sort of uncomfortable. In my opinion, wetter summers and drier winters would be nicer, but I had to keep it with the trend of the Mediterranean climate along the southern coast of Teegia. Haichoi is in the mid-coast, so it's in a place that has a dry trend in the summer. I agree that May and September are a bit hot. Not my favorite climate - it's similar to Sochi or Tokyo.

Fictional climates are really fun to make, and I'm also really glad to see all these other creative climates on here.
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Old 06-17-2021, 10:11 PM
 
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Idk if I should make one because I'm not so sure how to present it, but I have done it in the past too. Glad you heard about my advice there. Tbh it's like VA and KY in a way with the winter temps, but yea. Funny how I didn't noticed too much that it was actually 64 inches of precipitation, but as said, summer rain to keep temps down. I remembered the other day, was 86 outside, but as soon as it rained, 76. Values are in Fahrenheit, so it's like from 30 to 24.4 C for the rest of the world People say they've been censored on Wikipedia just by playing in their sandboxes so I'm feeling a bit suspicious about that, so is there another way to do that? I know how those charts work, but those people at Wikipedia love to censor even when you're not manipulating articles of real places.
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Old 06-17-2021, 11:38 PM
 
Location: College Station, TX/New York City, NY
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Idk if I should make one because I'm not so sure how to present it, but I have done it in the past too. Glad you heard about my advice there. Tbh it's like VA and KY in a way with the winter temps, but yea. Funny how I didn't noticed too much that it was actually 64 inches of precipitation, but as said, summer rain to keep temps down. I remembered the other day, was 86 outside, but as soon as it rained, 76. Values are in Fahrenheit, so it's like from 30 to 24.4 C for the rest of the world People say they've been censored on Wikipedia just by playing in their sandboxes so I'm feeling a bit suspicious about that, so is there another way to do that? I know how those charts work, but those people at Wikipedia love to censor even when you're not manipulating articles of real places.
Oh, I used the sandbox, but I don't have an account. It's the Editing Template: Weather box/doc. Rain is a necessity in humid climates. I'm making more of these for Teegia. Hopefully, you can do your fictional climates too!
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Old 06-18-2021, 03:21 AM
 
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B. Though the winters are cold but the long period of warm weather improves the rating. The rainfall is good.
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Old 06-18-2021, 09:26 AM
 
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Oh, I used the sandbox, but I don't have an account. It's the Editing Template: Weather box/doc. Rain is a necessity in humid climates. I'm making more of these for Teegia. Hopefully, you can do your fictional climates too!
I actually have an account on Wikipedia but I am scared if some malicious person doxxes and reports my Wikipedia account, maybe frame the climate chart and upload it to some site and remove it from the sandbox so they don't image search it. Maybe I'm just paranoid?? I definitely agree that rain is a necessity, I have been growing various crops in the South since 2019. No brags for me though , failed at times. last frost for 2021 was April 7th, had peppers and tomatoes in. Anyways, back on to the main topic. What is Teegia anyways? No offense, is it some island inspired by Japan/Korea? Climate patterns kinda line up with that, atleast with temperatures.

I've actually had several map things where there were different places with different climates. The island is called Mokou, and it has alot of plains with mountains. Deserts in the southwest, Siberian climate in the northeast. Closer to Swedish climate lies north of the Tamanuk Mountains, where there is a small bay area with a huge pine plantation with some native tree patterns. NeuFrisia is a lakeside town with alot of commerce, and it has a similar climate to Denmark/Sweden. Melonside, my account namesake , is a town nestled in a valley and gets similar temperatures to France, which the town was indeed founded by French people. It gets alot of snow in the winter, but also, a summer monsoon. The driest months are April and May, which have 60's and 70's highs respectively. Temperatures around summertime tend to be upper 70's to low 80's if there's a drought. The summer rain lowers overall summer averages. Fall is very moderate, and real winter starts around December. Some leaves stay on because of warmer lows. Neu Frisia's climate is drier(35 inches of precipitation) but it is cooler. It tends to be 70's highs but May highs are in the 60's, and there's more of a 20 degree difference than 12-15 degrees. I can go on and on but you get the idea of what I want to do here, heck, I can make an entirely new post for every town/city in Mokou. I love how people can get creative with their own climates and stuff like that.
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