In the middle of the 17th century Obersteinbrunn lost like all castles its political and militaric importance.
But not alike most of other castles, it wasn’t given up and inhabited by common people till 1842. There uprising nationalists stormed Obersteinbrunn and destroyed its fortifications, setting a sign against the former rulership of the hated Order.
1933 archaeological excavations found old weapons and household objects.
1966 the castle was partly repaired and opened for the public.
In all of the uploaded files, a tried something new: The events are often packed in tight bundles, but there is room too for recreation.For example:
Two bard come,
Archers came to the castle,
But talking and the way it happens are alittle bit unfitly for this way of scripting. I hope it works in spite of this ....
skurill File Author
Posted on 04/12/12 @ 04:15 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
And a lot of variations more.
So, don’t listen to much to the comments ……
skurill File Author
Posted on 07/20/12 @ 01:01 AM
The castle is now destroyed, and all further development stopped.
You will find in the package a empty shell of the last stage, without any scripts and without military, for your own purposes and maps, furthermore a map of the ruin and the history.