In this scenario, you must guide a wild Hunnic horde through the French countryside, burning and pillaging anything you encounter. The country foke fall to us like flies with their weak militia and plentiful women, but a greater threat lies ahead: the city-fort of Orleans.
Please enjoy this scenario, and feedback is appreciated.
Well, let me start by saying that "Huns - Masters of Destruction" is a below average campaign. I will explain my marking under each of the categories.
A good campaign is fun to play. I tried this campaign, and was not impressed. There isn't much of a story and after playing this once I got fairly bored.
The campaign involved Huns roaming around and easily defeating their opponents, which is very basic. It's a Fixed-Force game that becomes partly Build and Destroy.
My goodness. This was the easiest campaign I've ever played. My units attacked vilages that had two guards against my twenty soldiers. WAY too easy. This was made a little bit better by the author adding towers to the villages. Even then, sometimes, the towers wouldn't even shoot at me! I was very disappointed by the minimal challenges I faced.
There was absolutely nothing new here. It was a Fixed Force game that changed to a minimal Build and Destroy. The only new thing was having the Huns say things
like: "There's some pretty sweet swords in the Blacksmith."
This was a poorly done part of the campaign. I saw no eye candies and very minimal effort. This wasn't even a random map.
The story was simply a sentence. The Huns needed to cut off Rome's supplies, so you have to kill the surrounding villages. The instructions were very basic, offering no help in finding the three country-side villages and said things like: "Kill the villages and sack Orleans" So I saw this as a lack of effort.
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To the Ztolk:
You need to put forth more effort in all aspects of your
campaigns/scenarios. If you had taken more time to even include a bitmap, it would've made this campaign more enjoyable.
To the reader:
I advise that you DON'T download this campaign, but I'm sure you'll see some better work from this author in the future.