O.K, The Land of the Sir(')s is an RPGish scenario in which you play the unfortunately named Sir Basher. You are appointed the task of uniting each of the equally unfortunately named tribes against the Sir(')s.
Playability -3- Hmm... Not much to speak of in this department. Although it supplies passing entertainment, LotS involves alot of long distance hikes across bare grass. This, as many of my fellow players will agree is not the most invigorating of practices. Some of the battle scenes are mildly interesting, but not difficult.
Balance -2- Sorry, but all of the aforementioned grass1 hikes are foeless, and most of the battles prove no problem.
Creativity -4- This scenario was good creatively, creating a strange land with an evil tribe and so on. There were a few nice eyecandy details like a shipwreck and so on. Quite good.
Map Design -3- As the description of the scenario states, this scenario puts emphasis on the eyecandy. Although using eyecandy creatively, the towns and cities are usually monoterrainial, and the large gaps between the pockets of eyecandy let this scenario down.
Story / Instructions -3- This scenario has instructions that make it clear to the player what you are meant to be doing, although the frequent lapses in spelling and grammar, the most blatant the use of the grocer's apostrophe in the title, Land of the Sir's. The more observant of you may have noticed that I put brackets around this apostrophe when mentioning the title.
In conclusion: Nice work on the eyecandy, but it would be nice if you could cover the map with it, instead of blotching it. There needs to be more enemies, and you need to spellcheck your dialogue. I know how hard it is to release your first few scenarios and have them get a bad review. I'm very sorry to give your scenario a low rating, as I'm aware that putting a scenario on the web is very difficult. I don't mean to be spiteful or anything, but I do want to help you improve your scenario.
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