In the first scenario you're Berduoc, a Sanxen warrior who fought in
the Carpathian War and Beshrabian War. Both
enemies have been defeated, but there are now other problems...like
bandit gangs and
Carpathian survivors. in the second scenario, you're Berduoc agian and
you have allies now
You get new allies as the game progresses too, and sometimes you
You get to ambush at least 1 Beshrabian convoy and attack 1
roadblock (the other would be
There are cutscenes (after you do something, you see a battle or
There still are Carpathian guys running around. The third scenario is a
cinescenario. (a cutscene scenario) The Sanxens invade the Kingdom
This version has added stuff to Partisan Work, and something was fixed in Berduoc. Enjoy :)
This is my first attempt at a review, but I think this is a great campaign to start my reviewing career on.
Struggle of Powers is a great campaign with a strong story, and great fun factor.
The -Playability- of this campaign was average. There were a few times where you will find yourself wandering around with nothing happening. Overall, though, there are some fun battles in this war-based campaign and that makes the playability of this campaign decent.
This campaign's -Balance- was above average. In the first scenario you find yourself in control of one character, and many times after battles you will have to go back and forth between healing points before going back into battle. Other than that, the balance was fine. Not too hard, not too easy; just right.
The -Creativity- was great. There were a few trigger tricks used in this campaign that I have never seen before, and I have also never seen battles that are set up so realistically and professionally. The author did a great job in this area.
-Map Design- was another high point of this campaign. A great combination of hills, flowers, mountains, trees and Gaia units here. This campaign's map design reminded me of Ingo Van Thiel's The King's Best Men. And I'd have to say that this campaign's maps were on par with, or even better than that of the great Ingo himself.
This campaign's -Story/Instructions- were excellent. The story draws you in and you can almost picture in your mind what is really happening. The intro bitmaps for this campaign were also pretty decent. There were many screenshots from the campaign as well as battle images which helped bring more life to the story.
Overall, this campaign was great. It was fun to play, although there were a few bugs, it was still enjoyable. If you enjoy great battle scenarios that are cleverly mixed with RPG elements and a great storyline, then Struggle of Powers is the campaign you want.