A very odd campaign. I've never seen a chapter of the bible recreated into a cpn (Aside from imhoteps "The David Saga") . Each scn had it's pros and cons, which I will now state. Scenario I, Paradise: In this scenario you play the part of Adam, who has 2500 years to rescue Eve. This is a tedious exercise, as it is a huge map, with a large maze on it. The only enemy is named "Devil", and is a blind lame preist, which, if you are careful, you will go nowhere near. Scenario 2, Noah: This scenario is rubbish. There is no other word for it. It is also impossible. You start with a lone villager on a tiny island, with enough wood to build a dock or storage pit. Although, the water around the island is deep, so this is therefore impossible. After revealing map, it is huge with all water. Scenario 3, Babel: This is the best part of the campaign. If all scenarios were like this, it would not be a bad cpn. You lead "Gods army" forth, gathering troops as you go, to destroy a wonder. Well there we go. I would reccomend downloading this cpn for the last scn, if any. Worth a look.