Greetings everyone.I am now able to upload my last few maps for crusader in one big map-pack!
player colours are blue,orange and grey.
The maps (1) Al-Hanak. A cede style scenario.
map2-Al-Hanak, a place your own keep scenario,but be careful where you settle!
Map3 Al-Hanak ,the multiplayer version-for best results play on the left side of the map.I have made a few changes so the ai can build their castles-suitable for those lords who have small keeps.
map4 Al-Khe'sir a cede only scenario,with many invasions and other events.
Maps 5 and 6 Shadow of the scorpion v1 is place your own keep-the only two people are his lordship and the jester,who got seriously lost on the way back from the tavern and instead of looking for the castle he decided to build a new one! Map 2 is a 'working map'-much easier or is it?
plays with both versions.If you need help just leave your questions here and i'll get back to you.
Passable rocks map-pack.
The African adventure I haven't got over completely, there you give us so much of a different stuff to have fun with. Rough mountain deserts with very few greenery but impressingly deep gorges full of deposits. Aha, the rocky structures you can walk through. Good and tricky: You cannot structure your walls easily.
(PS: The oasis I had just conquered from the Pig.)
Tried the MP map. Yeah, the left position is really comfortable. Then chose the right side with everything far from the keep. Almost they'd have got me in their full advantage. Never closed my walls.
Exciting once more to play with blue colour. Only in MP one has to look out and replace player 4 with player 5 (black). Otherwise no Lord will appear.
lord dredde File Author
Posted on 11/14/08 @ 05:00 PM
Hi The Hitman-yes indeed goodies and i hope you enjoy them,much eyecandy and deception to be found within those strange canyons!
Hi peter2008- I had fun with this mappack,passable rocks,twisting canyons and a few hidden details within,watch the enemy/lions/antelope filter through and you'll get a good idea where to place walls.As for the multiplayer,well spotted on that,and yes i too captured the oasis from the pig.Will try it for extreme sometime.BTW read your indepth analysis for 'khimsaba' thanks for that mate.
[Edited on 11/14/08 @ 05:03 PM]
Posted on 11/15/08 @ 08:14 AM
your answer moved me to play one more of these latest maps. Tried the PYOK first, it turned into a die-at-your-keep, lol. Will return to it.
Next the cede. And this was the right choice. What a great mission! Deception everywhere. Special dimension of cede on the map. Engineers guild available but almost no equipment. Iron next to the keep and I bravely started producing metal armours ... A certain single hunter. Invasions unfolding through the rocks, my maces spreading in groops to catch them. And even the scripting - what a mastership in timing of events and multiple invasions. The Invasions getting stronger and more frequent(?) when the castle has reached a rather frim state. And a fire and the fear of further fires.
You will imagine my feelings connected to implications of my statements. I was really surprised and impressed. No-one should miss this scenario.
(Thanks you were content with 20% blessing. The amount chapels look only just "natural".)
lord dredde File Author
Posted on 11/15/08 @ 02:03 PM
Hello peter2008,thanks for the comment on the p.y.o.k-die at your own keep,made me laugh(as always there are ways to win-maybe?).Sorry there is no full story for the scenarios,but i felt that the maps themselves each tell a story.