Sorry for the huge delay between maps, I figured I should probably post the maps one-by-one every five days.
You can find missions 1,2,3,4 and 5 here.
You retreated the newly acquired village as the only stone mine was collapsed and decided to move north into a very deadly mountain - which of course had open air stone resources.
You arrive at the mountain and scout the area. A few hours later your second class scout returns and tells you of an old, abandoned, mountain fort - he tells you the tale of it's being.
It was considered a place of misuse and denial, dispite this myth you move into the montain to this stockade and revive it's lifeless crust of a fort.
On normal setting:
Aquire 12 ale.
Aquire 100 stone.
No enemy on map & no invasions left.
I would like to thank the following people:-
Dougleass - for playtesting and commenting on the maps so far and for being there when I needed another map playtested :)
ericgolf - This is a HUGE thanks. ericgolf has been a huge help and friend in the making of this campaign, this is why:-
He has edited and corrected my stories.
He has played the whole 9 maps and gave me a second hope on this level.
First thought: I just love wooden castles. Before the first invasion, all was well. Expanding my economy, food-production and above all military strenght. Huge problem: It is quite a problem when the entire castle is destroyed upon invasion because the castle is too close to the signpost. Fix that (or is it you intention?)!
*EDITED* since it only happens to me I'll give playability a 4
Same like above.
Not over-creative (there are maps out there which are), not plainlooking. Good creativity overall, therefore: a mediocre 3.
Map Design: 4
Map looks really cool. You've made a good mountainous landscape. Me like that. espacially with only wooden structures. Me like that too.
Too be honest: I didn't play the other maps, so I haven't got a whole picture of the land of stirn campaign but I'll gve you the advantage of doubt and give you a 5
Fix the signpost destruction. It bugs me. besides that: Good map