The campaign consists of six scenarios; it is a mix of FF and RPS, the story is fiction and you play William the Conqueror in a story of loyalty, betrayal and revenge.
PLAYABILITY: In all scenarios, you get too many units, long and boring walks for the first three, a short and easy fourth, the fifth crashes after some minutes and the last is long, repetitive, not interesting or fun. In the second scenario, a looping trigger tasks the enemy to a set location, helpless, a slaughter feast for player one. 2
BALANCE: That was excessively easy on hard, not a single reload. You can play the first four bold, no strategy involved and end up with too many units. The sixth changes strategy, still no challenge just time consuming bringing down the towers and castles with canon galleons and trebuchets. 1+
CREATIVITY: All aspects of a scenario factors into creativity, it was not creative apart from telling a story. 2
MAP DESIGN: The first maps were pathetic; straight lines for cities and even the forests grow with rectangular angles but the small map from scenario four showed some effort. 2
STORY/INSTRUCTIONS: The best part of the campaign. The objectives were clear, hints when needed, none, some or many and the author tells a story, which develops in and between the scenarios, but needs a spell check. 4-
OVERALL: 'William the Conqueror and The Quest for Glory' is a campaign missing the necessary effort and play testing.
SUGGESTIONS: Edit your scenario. Second scenario, 'Claiming land' trigger 'William Died', effect 0, activate trigger 'defeat' instead of 'I Dub thee'. Looping trigger 'trap' spawns and tasks units, you have to separate the effects in different triggers. Delete every second effect in trigger 'trap'. Create eight new triggers 11 to 18, one for every spawned unit, starting state 'on', looping 'yes', condition 'objects in area', source player 2, list type units, quantity 1 and set the respective areas above the spawn point. Effect 0, task object, source player 2 and set the area (again, above the spawn point) and the location where it suits you. Fix the crash in the fifth scenario, 'Joining the enemy', in trigger 'Move Green's men' Effect 2 tasks all player 3 units to a location, which are too many.
IN CLOSING: I recommended the campaign for the inexperienced player.