No your not all that right rosanna dickenson and her daughter and a little slave boy lived
Posted on 04/12/00 @ 02:00 AM
There was no texan army in those days, they were white settlers that came to Mexico to live, but they wanted to take over texas for it could be a slave state. Davy crocket was a slave trader and made a lot of maney.He was also a indan murderer so was James Booie.
Posted on 04/12/00 @ 03:00 AM
This is a blank map of dirt1-no work was done on the map. You start in a little uncreative fortress in the center and the enemy is randomly thrown about in the surrounding desert. Some of them wander up to the fortress and attack it, but mostly they run to the corners of the map and stand around. In the messages at the start of the scn, it says something about downloading more "historical" maps. Nothing historical here. The Alamo would make a great scenario-but this attempt needs a LOT of work. It probably took him about 2 minutes.
Posted on 04/12/00 @ 04:00 AM
Thanks for all the "positive" comments...
1) This scenario has been throroughly playtested for several hours, making the necessary adjustments with unit quantity and types to achieve some player balance.
2) The mexican units attack perfectly if you would bother to place the corresponding .per and .ai files in the appropiate folders of AOK.
3) I agree that the map is lacking decorations. But the fortress is quite accurate in many ways, including the historical "breach" on one of its sides.
4) The purpose of the scenario is to simulate a last stand battle such as was The Alamo, and I think that it has attained that purpose quite well. I enjoy such type of battles and if someday you see my other historical based scenarios you will titles such as "Rorke's Drift", "Isandhlwana" and "Khartoum". Of course, I'm still waiting for somebody else, like you perhaps, to make an even better simulation of The Alamo which I surely will enjoy playing.