This is one of the rescued Stronghold Central scenarios. Original readme as follows:
Map Name: To The Sea
Map Type: Landscape/Freebuild
Author: Silviu Bursanescu
How to install:
Go to your "Stronghold" directory and unzip the map in the "Maps" folder. After that, you just have to start the game, choose "Economic Based Games" followed by "Free Build". Then choose this map ("To the sea") and start a new game. Have fun!
This is the first map I have designed for Stronghold, so I hope that you will enjoy it. It should be fairly easy to build your city even for new players as the ressources are abundant and the building space is quite extensive. There are a few wolves and bears on the map, but nothing to really worry you.
- The best place to locate your keep is on the western part of the river as the building space is extensive over there.
- Start by building a few Woodcutter Huts and Hunter Posts with the initial wood to get you going.
- The stone and iron can be found on the eastern part of the river, but you should be careful as there are a few wild animals around.
- If you have trouble early on with wolf attacks, remember that your Lord can attack them and that woodcutters can kill them with their axes(though you cannot tell them to do so). As soon as you can, train a few archers and dispatch all the wild animals on the map.
- Always remember that Wheat Farms can support the most population!
This map was entirely done by myself(Silviu Bursanescu) and you can alter it in any way you want provided you keep it for yourself. The only version of this map that can be distributed is the original one(the one included in this zip file), provided full credit is given to myself. No altered version can be distributed in any way whatsoever. If you have any questions/concerns, please e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This map("To The Sea") was produced using Stronghold v1.1 and I am in no way responsible for any kind of damage it may do to your game, computer, life, etc. You are using this map ASSUMING YOUR OWN RISK and can blame me in no way for any problems you may encounter while using it.
Please feel free to send any questions, comments, ideas, suggestions, etc. to: email@example.com