\"Quetzalcoatl needs more sacrifice\" The high priest said, the Aztec Emperor, Montezuma, quickly turned around and ordered the soldiers to bring some of the prisoners so the sacrifice could start, \"It won\'t be enough this time, Montezuma...\" said the priest \"W-what do mean?\" the Emperor sounded woried, \"In order to please Quetzalcoatl will require me as the highest Priest to be sacrificed in the Quetzalcoatl\'s hidden Temple!\" \"There is no way we can get to the Temple, after the last war the enemy gain some territory including were the Temple was build\" Montezuma told the Priest \"We will go into enemy territory! Otherwise Quetzalcoatl destroy the Aztecs...\"
Can you help the Aztecs? or will they fall under Quetzalcoatl\'s power?
Hey some thing in the page is relly messed up...
if you want to send a comment, in the comments page you should change the SCX's name Quetzalcoatl's Sacrifice to Quetzalcoatl's Sacrifice or your comment will not be sent!
JcMtv File Author
Posted on 12/16/02 @ 12:00 AM
To send a comment PLZ use this on the "Name of Download" in the comments page:
Posted on 03/22/03 @ 12:00 AM
That was a very good scenario! Your forsets were not in one piece, but had spaces between the trees (many people just run the map over with "Huge," that spoils the game a lot). The cities looked very good. The storyline was very good, you could make it into a multi-scenario RPG where one hero is trying to find the great temple in the deep jungle!
You could improve even more by using "Elevation," and a large variety of terrains (Grass 2 and 3, not just 1. Variety of water dephs, etc).
At the end, when the monk is sacrificed, the message about his loss still pops up, as if he was killed in a battle. Maybe you activated the trigger, instead of deactivating it.
One more thing. The graveyard near the monastery in the Tlaxcalan city looks nice, but unless the Tlaxcalans were converted to christianity, they can not have crucifix-shaped tombstones. Once more that was a good scenario, improve, invent, and submit more files!
JcMtv File Author
Posted on 06/30/03 @ 12:00 AM
Thanks for sending your comment I'll start working on a next version soon