So, I've been thinking about an idea, ever since the discussion about the balloon race map. I read that thread and the issues with the map being so large and open and so on. So, I started thinking about what could be done to make that better, but actually ended up coming up with a completely new idea for a map. So, my thoughts were that I would post it here, and if it had enough interest from our community mappers, then maybe we could make it a unique map to no-heroes. I was thinking that a good way to eliminate the open areas, was to make a map that was pretty closed, which led me to think about mines. A map that could work as a payload/balloon race/whatever, where you would ride mining carts to capture points. Sort of like the scene from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Each point would be a route through a mountain, and would have either points being underground mining stations or outside on the mountain side as old fashioned western saloons or small towns. I also thought for the carts, that instead of just standing like you do on the boat on balloon race, you'd have to work for it. So, I was thinking about the old fashioned mining carts or train carts, that require at least 2 people to move that center piece up and down to make it move, like in the silent movies. That could be the lead train piece, and several other carts could then be attached to pull the team. It would kind of push team work as people would have to sacrifice themselves to stand on the front cart to make it move. Also, since it would be indoors, the tracks could be used to run as well, so it could still work as a payload map. And, with each captured point, the spawn point would be moved up for that team, so they could potentially just use the tracks as well, although the carts would be faster. It would make for some interesting game play as the carts twist through the mines and mountains and the capture points could be really interestingly made. Also, it would be interesting if people could shoot certain train track points so they could switch tracks and take alternate routes and so on. So, what do you guys think?