''Today's Saint Crispins Day, and ever year for now on, you'll be able to show your scars, and say that you where here with me on Saint Crispins Day.''
Those where the last words of king Henry the Fifth before he began with the battle that wrote history. Relive the Battle of Agincourt, where you have to take on a French army, while outnumbered yourself.
I Loved This Map And I have Pled It 5 Times Already!
The Enemy Could Of Used More Troops, As They Only Breeched My Defense In One Place, But Other Than That Great
Such A Fantastic idea, And I Love The Marsh, So... Marshy...
Map Design: 4
I Didnt Understand The Farms Around The Edges But That Doesnt Matter. It Must of Taken You Ages To Get The Troops In the Position.
I Don't Really Look At Stories... So I Judge By Length. And It was Quite Long, but It Could Of used Some More.
Great Map, Loved It. But Don't Follow My Suggestion of Making Longer, I didnt read it so Just Make The Content Better.
Posted on 07/20/09 @ 06:36 PM
Good times. great map, on higher difficulties, is actually a good challenge
Fairly balanced, although in the real battle the archers would have made more of a difference. I wish that could be done here too.
Map Design: 5
The map is great, only complaint is that in the real battle the valley bottlenecked closer to the English side, crowding the charging French, would have been great to see that.
It was Henry V not VI at the battle of Agincourt, also no one is entirely sure what he said just before the battle, but thats a technicality.
Additional Comments:Great job really enjoy playing on this map. It's a great representation of a great battle. maybe you could have had some monks in the back of the English much like how the clergymen hid during the battle, but thats just an idea. Great map!