Enter the values to search each field for in the relevant boxes. These values MUST be numeric. You can enter a single value (123), multiple values separated by commas (123,126), ranges (first and last values separated by 3 periods - 123...456). There should not be any spaces between the values. Any fields populated by using the relevant Show button should have their comparison operator set to = if a single value or IN if more than one.
If you don't want to filter by a field set the comparison operator to empty and remove any values in the righthand column.
If you want to accept neighbouring tiles of a combat terrain type you must set the number of tiles matching that terrain type you will accept. For example if you want all the tiles around to be either Plains or Impassable then check Plains and Impassable.
The devs make a set of datafiles available for download by everyone that contain data relating to the game. Most of these are XML files but the world map file is text. While these are quite handy a certain degree of familiarity with processing them is needed to get the best from them. These files are updated once each day just after midnight Illy time.
This tool only makes use of the world map file so if you want info on what is in the other files have a look at Tenscript's profile where I've put a description of each of the main ones.
This is a huge text file with over 8 million lines each of which is a single tile on the map. At over 300mb trying to open this in your browser or word processor will probably crash it. Each line holds:
The comparison operators available and what they do are:
Different types of comparison operator need you to supply the search values in different formats which are specified below. There must not be any spaces in any of the parameters supplied. If any of the search values are not correct for the comparison type then the field it is supplied for will not be used in the search.