-- \'Build up, fight and destroy\' scenario
-- Almost \'nonstop\' combat on the \'moderate\' or above levels
-- Seven (7) players in total
-- Below is the \'Instruction\' section as it appears in this scenario:
You are pretending to be the Russian Czar Ivan IV, or
Ivan the Terrible (red colored)
Develop your economy, train soldiers and launch a military campaign
to conquer Tatars who are about to become a real threat to
the Russian Empire.
The total number of your enemies is 5.
To win, defeat West, South, Kazan\', and East Tatars.
West, South, and Kazan\' Tatars have the \'standard\' economy.
However, the vastness of resources results in that you are going to
meet lots of their soldiers in the very beginning, and later too.
East Tatars love nothing, but a good fight. You will have plenty
unpleasant moments in encounters with East Tatars soldiers and cavalry
throughout your campaign.
The fifth enemy, North Tatars, are not training any soldiers in the
every beginning; yet, they will definitely do it later.
Be ready to fight back.
You have also one ally, Russians (of course), that never betrays
you. From time to time they will tribute to your campaign. Depending on
the situation, it can be quite helpful contribution.
To summarize over this scenario:
-- Huge initial stockpiles to quickly develop economy and build up
a well running military machine.
-- Enough resources all over the map to keep your economy and military
in good conditions throughout the entire campaign.
-- Vast masses of land for maneuvers, and plenty of room to erect
-- Lots of fierce enemies. In average, the total rate of casualties
(\'hard level\') can be up to 20 units per every minute. With one quarter
of them falling on your side, brace yourself to loss 1 of
your soldiers every 10 seconds.
-- One ally that never betrays you, and can be a good tributary
to your campaign.
Check \'Hints\', if you like to have a tentative plan on how to
build up your defense, secure the safety of your camp, and attack later.
Look at the \'History\' section, if you like to learn in short about
Kazan\' Wars of Ivan the Terrible.