Why it called "Genghis Khan and the attack on Beijing"?<p> I don't know much about Chinese History, but when "Genghis Khan" attacked China(Sung Dynasty), the center of Sung should not be in Beijing. Why not choose another Chinese city? Hong Kong?
Posted on 11/10/99 @ 02:00 AM
This is my single player scenario. Sorry about there being no description, I thought they would take the description from the text document I included. It is in there, but I will put it here for convineces sake: This is a scenario where you, Genghis Khan, must capture Beijing(capital of China) by destroying it's wonder. That is the description.
Posted on 03/18/07 @ 05:02 AM
Why have a barrier of wood which you can't get thro? I don't get it.
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Posted on 02/06/17 @ 08:13 PM
"Genghis Khan and the attack on Beijing" is a michi 1v1 game played against the AI.
Its as playable as any random map michi game against a solo AI. However, both sides are given nearly infinite resources from the start, which i doubt many are looking for.
Its not particularly difficult to win, the AI doesnt realize it has infinite resources and wastes pop on villagers, meanwhile your 70 pop mongol army can steamroll with Siege Onagers+Mangudais.
Its hardly anything different from a random map.
Map Design 1
The map falls well into the range of blank maps, distinctly inferior to a random map script. However if this was created as a result of an actual michi map script or was a multiplayer scenario, then it would be a 4\5. Its nice to have open ground in those cases.
Its the bare minimum, with a objectives\intro+hints filled in.