This map is just a slightly longer seige. The ecenomical factors in this map are minimal, so play it as a seige
Agincourt 1415 is NAT's representation of the battle led by Henry V on st. Crispin's day (October 25th) 1415. Geographically, this map is very accurate, with mudland-marshalds surrounded by trees and hills to the sides of them.
However, I have had to make a few adjustments in this map in order to make it playable on the stronghold engine. We acknowledged these problems and tried to compensate for them. (see readme for more detail)
However, there is a very enjoyable bloodbath. A total of over 3000 men fight on this muddy wasteland, and you are commanding them. To win this battle, you must be a keen strategist and must use all the troops in your possesion.
We would reccomend playing on hard or very hard on his map due to Dianna's review.
Feel free to email me at stronghold_NAT@hotmail.com
While I enjoyed this map, I didn't find it very difficult. I liked the layout and the fact that the map was historical. The battle was really neat, since it was so large and included a large number of attacks. I would have liked to see more difficulty and more economic challenges. The map design was awesome and provided for an interesting setting!