In this template (.scx file) you'll find a new gate, and a sea wall. If you've played the third scenario of the Atilla The Hun campaign, you'll know what I mean. I made this so scenario designers would be able to use them in their scenarios. There is only 1 problem, I didn't manage to rotate the gates in all directions (tried unit rotating and map copy rotating). If somebody finds out how to do it, please mail me: email@example.com
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This template was used in the creation of my scenario called "Island Fortress 1". So it's pretty good.
EyE-cAnDy value: 5 stars
There's a dock with no shore next to it! THAT'S EyE-cAnDy at its best! Then there's those posts from the Sea Gate that are by themselves. THAT ROCKS! Of course, there's the Sea Wall and Sea Gate;-) Overall, this template has an EyE-cAnDy value of 5 stars [which means the EyE-cAnDy ROCKS!
Map copy ability: 3 stars
This is the area that lacks. It's sorta hard to put the sea wall and sea gate down because of the fact that you need shallow water [NOT SHALLOWS!]. Also, sometimes the sea gate seperates from the two posts [which stinks]. Try to find a way around this, and you'll be famous!
Overall rating: 4 stars
This template's pretty good. Download it if you need walls around your town (including your dock).
Posted on 09/14/02 @ 12:00 AM
i've always wanted to do that
im downloading right now :) cool!!!:)
Posted on 09/21/05 @ 02:14 PM
He Heeeee!!! I spent ages trying to get this in game, now my search has ended, you are a miracle worker!!!!
Posted on 12/17/05 @ 05:24 PM
how do you use it?
Posted on 12/30/06 @ 10:42 PM
this works pretty well but when im making a map i just play 1x square of terrain path place a wall
then a gate then use shallow water near the gate and the gate will stay and my ships can go on through lol
Posted on 03/04/07 @ 01:45 PM
I'm new to the forum and I don't know how to put the wall and the gates into my campaign so will someone explain to me how to map copy the sea wall and gate?