In this scenerio, you're Kitabatake and you want to kill the unjust daimyo that rules the land. To do this, you need to do small and large tasks. You must recuit an army and find a way to get to the daimyo to kill him. The sounds I used are from other scenerios. There's "magic", Elves, Dwarves, Goblins, Orcs, Giants and much more. The map is completed. And you might notice people who
keep saying "The shadow fears, send their regards." This is the password for the 'Black Blade' society. You will need to combat them later. Oh, and there is a magic contest near the second town, its cool. Also you can talk to certain people and you can be jumped by 2 thieves at 1 point, and you can see a brawl. Also you can witness a battle where magic is taking place. The sounds I used
are from "Knight of the Rose", "The Four Relics of Fire", "William, Warrior of the Sun", and what came with the game itself. (IF the creators of the scenerios
don't want the sounds in my scenerios, tel! l me and I'll take them out) You can skip the quests but if you want the loot that you get after you do it, there's no cheating. Also, it wouldn't be fun cheating. Around 127 triggers! And I may add more. The terrain is mainly forest, but there's a swamp, 2 rivers and some more stuff. I think that this map is really good. I hope you enjoy it, and if you do, wait for the final version-where you becoms shogun in the end! Thanks to all who download it and submit comments on what I can do to make it better!
I did not come across any people from the ‘Black Blade’ society saying, "The shadow fears, send their regards" nor did I find any of the announced sound files in the .zip. The demo is promising and playable apart from one bug, at the very end I could not enter the castle area. The hunting samurai never made it to the Daimyo’s aide to trigger the necessary effects or he was not visible when he did (trigger ‘Hunting Samurai’ should be looping). The map is finished but overloaded with Gaia for my taste, too many flowers, deer and forage bushes leaving white outlines in the forest. The trigger work is creative and I liked the boulder idea.