The following campaign's story is set in a fictional and historical timeline in Spain, Portugal, North Africa, primarily during the Granada War in 1482-1492. The characters, protagonists, antagonists are purely fictional, events may be inaccurate, and locations aswell.
Fernao is a mercenary enlisted by the Knights of Santiago, who earned a fortune mining gold in his home country. Eager to make even more funds for his daughter Bianca, he does every dirty job the Order has to offer him. Bianca's mother died when she was younger, killed by raiding pirates. Fernao hopes that this war ends as soon as possible, so he can return home to see his child, Bianca is taken care of by an old Moorish friend of Fernao's, imam Aybak. Fernao Afonso's about to find what it takes to win a war.
18+ Recommended (Mature language)
Version: The Conquerors Expansion
Additional notes: 6 scenarios - 1 prologue and 5 parts. The epilogue will be added to the last chapter.
The roman numeral behind "Fernao" of the campaign's title stands for the first chapter.
Finished it in 6 weeks or so. I wanted to make this campaign because I think we have too much violence in this milennia, like in the Middle-East, and there is also a lot of stress and agression between people in everyday life.
I already sended my review,just waiting a moderator see it.But,in few words about this campaign,it wasn't very fun.The problems basically were: almost all scenarios were short,with long walkings without a real challenge.Fernao never got really in death danger.The only scenario that provided a real fight was the third one(II).I run into a bug in the first time i played,but in the second one it was all normal.So,for new-experienced players,this campaign may be of your taste.For the advanced ones,however,you should try only the II scenario,or another campaign.
Sorry if I was a bit rude.
R Troitski File Author
Posted on 12/31/13 @ 12:37 PM
It's alright, I made the campaign in a hurry, could you tell me how to fix the diplomacy bug, the one you mentioned in the no-reply email (where the Persians in "provide and conquer" turn on their allies).
I need you to be honest so I know what to pay attention to next time and what needs to be fixed.
Posted on 01/02/14 @ 11:14 PM
¡Wow! 1.6 is the lowest grade I've seen. I haven't downloaded the file, nevertheless...
Posted on 12/11/15 @ 06:28 AM
I will review it shortly. I already played the first three campaigns including the prologue, and my first impression is all in all positive and am not fully supporting the previous review.