Date of submission: 7/23/2019
AOE1 or ROR: ROR
Single Player or Multiplayer: Both
This is a scenario that I made for a campaign. I hope that you can Playtest it and leave comments so that I can fix it if needed. I made it with ROR U Patch and it works on my own computer, but I want to see how it fares on others'.
1. Are you able to win it by completing the directions?
2. Things might have gotten shuffled since Player 3 is the Human Player. When you go to play, the Red Player should be Roman, Iron Age, and have Jerusalem's walls. The Blue Player should be Egypt Is that the case?
3. The Map starts almost all black (hidden). I thought it would be more fun that way because it could be fun to explore it in the course of meeting your objectives. On the other hand, I thought I designed the map nicely as historically accurate and the player might want to see it, but maybe you will leave the map hidden by the time you complete the mission. So I could either set the Player to Iron Age or else require the Player to research Writing in order to share the map with your allies, basically revealing 80% of the map. Do you prefer this map as hidden (so you can explore it) or revealed (via sharing with Allies)?
NOTE: THIS MAP WAS MADE FOR THE RISE OF ROME VERSION.
For Question 1 and 2, Everything looks OK.
Posted on 08/03/19 @ 10:21 AM
Hey good job on making this level. I was able to finish it. It's neat to see a scenario from the Bible. I'm working on a level about Cyrus the Great and him helping to rebuild the temple of Solomon in Jerusalem.
rakovsky File Author
Posted on 08/12/19 @ 10:03 PM
Nice. Simplicity in designing your own missions is one of the special features of AOE1.