The king has commisioned you to oversee his outpost on the edge of a small stream in the valley between two mountain ranges. You have been given ample food supplies and enough money to sustain your popularity with the people. Your nobles tell you to expect attacks from the lower region on both sides of the stream. (Note: I have left enough stone to repair MINIMAL damage that the walls might sustain, and enough weapons in the armory to re-establsih a portion of your defending force. The only buildings that should be available to you are the Small Stone GateHouse and the option to build Good and Bad Things. Feedback for this scenario would be GREATLY appreciated, as it is my first attempt at a map design.)
This map has been up for a while now and I have not received any comments yet. I've been waiting for feedback, as this was my first attempt at a Crusader map, and I feel I did rather poorly. If you think so too, or if you disagree, post a comment or a review. Thanks.
LordRedclaw File Author
Posted on 10/27/03 @ 12:00 AM
I just recently was given a chance to play my own scenario (I probably should have tested it before posting). I noticed that almost no intervention on my part was required, that the archers could pretty much defend the castle entirely on their own when set on a aggressive. I realize now that I'd made the attacking army way to small. It should have been closer to 300 troops per invasion, not 50. Anyway, I am considering re-submitting this map with some additions, and feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.