Note: this is only a small part of the story. The entire thing is in the Story file.
Vaulnar was a small stretch of land situated in the mountains of Caerdalvia. It had little stone or iron; lots of trees, but not much else. There was no fortress or stronghold defending the area, only an unimportant outpost, built for defense against wolves more than anything else.
But then the rebellion came.
Suddenly Vaulnar became a thriving military fort, full of rebel knights and their squires. Smaller outposts were built all over the surrounding countryside, watching for royalist forces. Battles were being fought everywhere. The rebels knew that it was only a matter of time before the king and his powerful armies turned to them.
Hey everyone, this is my first SH1 map. It's pretty simple; just defeat all the invasions and you win! It's actually quite easy if you use the right strategy, but you can have a hard time if you try it a different way.
Hi von Schmidt, your welcome, and thanks for the map.
A good job for a first map, you've given us something nice to look over while trying to figure out the challenge of the solid invasions. Your outpost with the stone gate towers and walls gives the idea of an easy fight, but the wood walls bring a different game.
Keep up the map making, looking forward to more maps!
Posted on 04/02/09 @ 09:39 AM
I'm bound to say ... you have found a clever and very effective solution to turn a strange habit into an exciting game feature.
During the state of gameplay, we discovered that the invasions coming from the south-eastern signpost have a walk to a certain gathering point. They could be shot at systematically. Now, with a few tiles of ford, things have changed. The troops split up into different directions, acting according to their diverse skills. Many more maces and pikes try to attack my band of archers out there in the fields.
The map is hard on normal, really thrilling now.
von Schmidt File Author
Posted on 04/05/09 @ 05:06 PM
Thanks for the review MasterofPhate! I'm glad you liked it :)
And I understand what you mean about the story. Usually I'm pretty good with them, but this time I couldn't really get any good ideas, so only managed a bit of one.
Posted on 04/09/09 @ 07:18 AM
Hi von schmidt,thanks for the great map,highly entertaining.