||The Conquerors 1.0c
||Build and Destroy
|Number of players:
From the Julio Cesar campaigs, to the 2th World War, the central region of Europe was the favorite Operating Teather of kings, tyrants, and generals of alltimes.
Charles the Great, Barbarrosa, Napoleon, Bismark, Hitler, the NATO and the Soviet Union; all them know that the control of Central Europe allow the control of the continent, and the world's takeover too.
This scenario is for 7 players: Germany (teutons), Danish (vikings), Poland (goths), Hungary (huns), Italy (bizantines),France (franks), and England (britons); (oh! the obviusness...).
This map was made by copy and pasting the Ensemble Studios Real World maps of Norselands, Italy, and France, and fill the rest with grass 1.
3 scenarios are included:
Real_World Central Europe, a blank map for scenario designers.
Central Europe RM, a filled map ready to playing, for 7 players, random map style, standard settings. This one can be used for scenario designers too.
Central Europe Powder Wars, a variant of the above, trying to simulate the wars of the XVIII and XIX centurys, when the heavy (and slow) cavalry became obsolete, the swordmen useless, and the muskets and cannons reign in the battlefield.
In this version of the map, the players only can create handcannoneers, bombard cannons and hussars in land, and galeons and cannon galeons in sea.
Barracks and castles are deshabilited, but walls, towers and bombard towers are avalaible.
Civilians units and buildings are all avalaible, as monks, trading units, etc.
The game start in Post-imperial age, and players get the full tech tree, so the britons had cannons, and the huns need to build houses.
For singleplayer mode, the Powder Wars scenario requires the Powder War AI, included in the zip file. The 3 files, powderwar.ai, powderwar.per, and archebus.per must be in the AI folder. This AI is only a patch for the standard one, and help for creating a adequate land army. Otherwise, the AI may not create any land military units with some civs.
Critics and commentarys (like "Your english are terrible!") are all welcome.