As Lord Malibar sits in his Command Tent, peering over the cartographer's map, searching for the best avenues of attack upon Heimbach, he notes the proximity of the Keep to the outer walls. He looks up, out the front flaps of his tent, and sees an echelon of crossbowmen walking by. He rolls up the map and hands it to the cartographer, smiling broadly.
"Thank you, Monsieur Jasc - you have done well."
The map looks pretty, but any scenario which restricts me from using trebs and cats without justifying their exclusion in the storyline loses points with me. Wood is plentiful as birch trees abound, so I can only conclude my Engineers partied all the way through Siege Engine 101 at Medieval U. and can't remember how to build the danged things.
Speaking of storylines... this one has less substance than Headless Harry. C'mon guys! - you spend how many hours making these beautiful looking maps, then only spend 10... 15... seconds writing setups to accompany them? Even vegetarians want a little meat in their stories!
Again, the map LOOKS nice, but the storyline and challenge to the siege are lacking.