The great king was concerned with the growing fear of a invasion from the north. He sent you,a noble lord, to build a barrier wall on a fold mountain. The King would look after your land untill you return. After years of woking with the locals, you return to find the king is dead, his heir has taken over. He refuses your claim to the land. So you return to the barrier wall were you become popular with the locals. You secure a Home and a fort near the mountain. The locals live in hovels in the mountain connected by tunnels, the eat deer and will work for you if you supple food. As you are the only lord for miles you controll the barrier wall aswell. But the new king has made new enemies in the north. You are the front line.
This is my first map, besides the mountain it is kind of plain, but still very hard.
Especially for a first map the minimap looks good! I'm curious if/how this'll get rated.
(I don't play anymore myself)
Posted on 05/27/06 @ 12:19 AM
Why not Lord Ako?
Posted on 05/30/06 @ 10:38 AM
Oh hell, I'll rate it.
This map was enjoyable, quite fun to play. I'd definitly play it more than once.
Rather easy, I thought, but that might be just me.
High marks for creativity. A giant wall cutting through the entire map is not often seen. I tried a map like this and botched it.
Map Design: 3
Where you had design, it was good. The problem was the two giant grass fields to the north and south. If you were going to design a good map, you should put something besides grass and/or dirt.
You had one and it was interesting, just a little short.
Overall, a very good map, for it being your first, its very well done. Like I said, I would definitly play it more than once.
Keep up the good work!
[Edited on 05/30/06 @ 10:39 AM]
Posted on 08/19/12 @ 04:54 PM
I wouldn't say a giant wall cutting across the map was rarely seen. I recently saw one in the Great Wall of Elmino, a truly crap mission. It means there's tons of stone, which makes it very easy.
When I played this, I surrounded my keep with wall, which all disappeared at one point. So I wasn't going to add the wall until the enemy actually appeared. Then all my production facilities disppeared, and there's nothing I can do about that.