I am Gwak Jae-U, and I lead my town's resistance force against the Japanese invaders. The Korean government has abandoned us to the enemy, but instead of running, we fought the invaders, and drove them away. But at such a terrible cost! My eldest son, Kyesu, died in my arms today, as well as six of my dearest friends among two dozens more over the week-long struggle.
Maybe the governor was misinformed when he branded us rebels. But the gall to order government troops against us all! And why? For the reason that we used government supplies against the invaders?! Either the governor is in the pay of the Japanese, or he is just plain lunatic!
An envoy from the Japanese army has contacted me, promising our families' safety, in exchange of our cooperation in the coming attack against nearby Ulsan. We have seen scouts from the allied Korean-Chinese army though. I am not entirely sure if the Korean contingent is the same one ordered by the governor against us, or if the Japanese will honor our agreement if ever one is reached. The only one thing I know is that I must pick the right choice, or it will ultimately cost us our families' lives.
- Music from Shogun II: Total War
- Base map from template by Lord Basse
- Playtested by Devestator (thanks for the valuable feedback!)
The Sounds are optional, but it sets the mood of the game, so I encourage you to download it. This scenario allows you to play the 3 sides of the conflict, each unique in game play.
This is my first try with AOK's scenario editor. I hope that you'll enjoy it as much as I took pleasure in making the mini-game. :)
elegant map design, I like it. Especially for a first try in the editor.
However, I feel that people would be more compelled to download the sound files if they were compressed to a lower size, and that way they could be included in the download too.
shieldwolf23 File Author
Posted on 03/19/12 @ 01:23 PM
thanks panel. :) yes, it was late when i've seen the sound file came up to a whooping 76MB. i'll try to update it, but maybe after the competition date.
Posted on 01/25/18 @ 11:26 PM
So, I just finished playing this scenario with all 3 available options. A very nice detailed map design and good gameplay are the characteristics of this map. In my opinion, the Koreans were easy to play, then the Chinese were a bit harder and the Japanese were the hardest to play. I played on standard difficulty, and it is possible to win on every difficulty. While playing with the Japanese I felt the first real challenge, where at the end of the game I had my castle at only 67 HP. For the other two civilizations, it was difficult to lose actually. Overall, I had fun!