An old fort once ruled by the wolf and once the pig. The wold left troops and the pig left plenty of food. Once you think you are ready you can fight the pig and wolf at the same time (using F1). The fort has the ancient 107 year old wooden fort just in case the baddies break through the stone walls and theres a bath with some archers, monks and engineers in it. Theres also a useless battering ram and a catapult near the baths.
It looks wery plain. Those mountains looks like you picked up the biggest brush and made thos mountains.
Abeek File Author
Posted on 06/14/06 @ 09:10 AM
If you want me to make a better one send me an email at Beer101010@hotmail.com
Posted on 06/14/06 @ 10:30 AM
Is this map your first?
Looks like you spend 10 minutes for this... I
will not rate because it's very bad. Spend more time for maps, add more trees, animals.
Abeek File Author
Posted on 06/14/06 @ 05:01 PM
it is my first map
Posted on 08/18/06 @ 06:44 PM
Abeek I will DL, and rate so you can pick out the problems. And e-mail me at Paradox_hf and I'll make you some nice landscapes.
[Edited on 08/18/06 @ 06:44 PM]
Posted on 08/19/06 @ 12:17 PM
What can I say? It's a freebuild. Not too much to do, but not too little.
There were far too many wolves. It would have been better to have way less and a few bears, or maybe some bandits roaming the hillsides.
The baths was sort of a cool idea, but sticking a bunch of soldiers in it didn't work too well. Aside from that, the map was very plain.
Map Design: 1
Very plain. As one person commented, it looks like you topok the largest tool and dragged around to make the mountains. you should have made sets of High Plain and used the Equalizer tool to make the rest of the landscape look better. And add some rocks and dirt in places.
In the actual fort, it was once again plain, with the wooden fort offering no strategic value as the stronghold was outside of it. You should have started with less food and gold and been able to place your keep wherever.
There was no story in the file.
Learn to use the equalizer tool to your advantage, its my favourite tool. It makes landscapes look great and its easy to use. Also, try different brush sizes. It was a nice idea for a freebuild, but the landscaping ruined it.