You are part of the history of Ettensberg, a castle with a living history. Although it really exists, is the map no copy or model of Ettensberg. The History is complete fictional
You always get a completly developed large castle. Therefore happens nothing important in the first 6 – 8 years. The castles have the chance, to run fully, and you have the chance, to become acquainted with all functions. The men on the walls should walking, so they are no easy aims
The upgrade is composed of a fortified or rebuild castle ( after apossible destruction), a changed landscape and a new part of the ongoing history.
1180 – 1212 Time of War (32 years)
It’s your turn. You are Dietrich the V., and you are exiled, far of civilisation. Ettensber is a strong fortress, but strong enough`? Fugitves out of the woods, seeking shelter, are babbling of invincible Armies, and more and more arriving at your castle. Other are plundering the countrtyside. Dozen of Castles and towns already blasted ruins, an the rumors sounds savage. Soon, very soon, the Jarl will visit you …..
Well ;-) I myself likes it more …. Äääh ….. medidative ….. like basins with fishes …… but I see, most of the maps here on the site are action - based. My maps will get therefore more action packed scripts ….. more ation than enough …. ;-)))
skurill File Author
Posted on 04/12/12 @ 04:16 AM
The events in the maps are packed in bundles. As I never found possibilites, to change the comments of the events, it could be irritating. In fute you will find these information in the map’s introduction.
A starting event heads always to following events
Natural disasters heads to fugitives and bandits and thieves
Dying trees leads to fugitives and fire , bandits and thieves
Rabbits leads to wolves and pest
Wolves leads to fugitives and bandits and pest
Pest leads to revolting peasants or bards and festivals (;-) to quieten the peasants)
Marriages leads to festivals and bards
Wars, even you are not in it, leads to ransacking hordes
Stormy weather leads to fire, fugitives, bandits and thieves