Ghengis Khan. This campaign has its own custom .ai and .per files. Put the .per and .ai files in your AoE data folder. Then put the .cpn file in your campaign folder. This campaign consists of 7 scenarios, loosely based on Ghengis Khans rise to power. It is definitely not consistant with history. It starts with the gathering of ; forces through raiding villages to aquire troops. Then you must in later scenarios attack forces to gain control of the country. The scenarios wind through the attack of Greece and Rome and although not historically accurate are a lot of fun to play. In the later scenarios there are large pre-built cities and plenty of resources. There is quite a variety of types of victory conditions. I found that with the amount of units in certain scenarios the game will slow down, but is still quite playable. The final scenario is a grand attack on the Great Wall of China, which is very heavily defended.