This six player map is still in Beta.
Bocage is a Norman word which has entered both the French and English languages. It may refer to a small forest, a decorative element of leaves, a terrain of mixed woodland and pasture, or a type of rubble-work, comparable with the English use of 'rustic' in relation to garden ornamentation.
The bocage form of the word came to English notice during the Second World War. It refers to a terrain of mixed woodland and pasture, with tortuous side-roads and lanes bounded on both sides by banks surmounted with high thick hedgerows which limit visibility. It is the sort of landscape found in England in Devon. In Normandy, it acquired a particular significance during the Battle of Normandy, as it made progress against an entrenched opposition extremely difficult. American soldiers also referred to bocage as "hedgerows".
I tried to make this map with a bit of different style in the look of it. I tried to make it a bit more browner and more realistic then some of my previous maps. This map was also a bit of an experiment with the part of it being off limits until that area is opened up by destroying the walls that block it.
In order to download this map you have to get OMG.
Tactics & Tips
- The Bank is a central feature of this map.
- You must destroy the walls on the south part of the map before you can enter that area.