In 1528 Tantallon was besieged by James V with two large cannons and 20,000 men. The castle was equipped with its own artillery and held the enemy off for twenty days. It was acquired by James V a year later by negotiations. He strengthened the defenses to fend off artillery attacks. (Castle of the Week description)
---sorry i just didn't know where to put the artillery units the castle used to defend it with so to be fair I didn't give James V the 2 cannons.---
Briefing is in the game when downloaded and have fun!
Wow... the map looks awesome I'll check it later on but for a first impresion it looks great.
Lord Dante II
Posted on 01/17/06 @ 08:46 PM
Map Design: 5
Additional Comments: Not much to say... its a perfect map
Posted on 01/18/06 @ 09:21 AM
Doesn't the rules say that one must at least give a comment to each score? And 3.6 isn't what I'd give a "perfect map".
Posted on 01/19/06 @ 10:07 PM
[Edited on 01/24/06 @ 09:51 PM]
Posted on 01/23/06 @ 03:28 PM
Posted on 01/24/06 @ 09:51 PM
Fun to play. I liked it.
This was a little too easy. Fun, but too easy. All I had to do was group all my pikemen, knights, and macemen together by the keep. When the enemy broke in, I charged and swept right through them.