First scenerio posted (Actually first of everything). This is the first chapter of my campaign. I didn't knew how to used trggers that well so if you have any comments/ideas post them. Inspired by LOTR but it's a whole different story. Try not to cheat, a true player never cheats.
I found this lacking, even though I gave it a 2 (it hardly deserved it). The person who created this did not put much consideration in to the challenging aspect of it. It was very easy to beat the enemy, since you outnumbered them. The objectives were basic, as were the triggers.
Basically, you outnumbered the enemy, the Black Army, and it was easy to beat them. In some cases there was hardly any resistance at all. I got through each scenario fairly quickly.
The creator of this campaign said they got their inspiration from LOTR. Nowhere do I see wizards, orcs or dwarves. You have Furious the Monkey Boy but that is about it!
There are about 7 or 8 (maybe more, I lost count) in this campaign, and the majority of them are thinly veiled random maps.
Suggestion: Start from a clean slate and build on it, go crazy, be creative with your map - don't let the computer generate one for you.
You are put against the Black Army, roughly inspired from the dark forces and armies of the evil doers in LOTR. But the black army in this is anything but menacing. It is like storming into a pathetically guarded fortress to see it being runned by a kindergarten.
If you like playing on random maps then by all means play it. I got an hour or so of total time playing this campaign - with all the individual scenarios combined. So yeah I would recommend it but just don't go in expecting anything thoroughly engrossing.