The best Minas Tirith scenario ever. Completely accurate map (although its out of proportion between Osgiliath, Minas Tirith and the pelennor wall) the map was designed with the aide of The Atlas of Middle Earth. It has about 1100 'good guys' and 4500 'bad guys'. That is a proportion of 1:10 for the real siege. All the heroes have the right names. it took me a while to make so i hope u enjoy it!
5500 default AoE units simply fighting each other. I don't know how is it possible to control such a huge amount of units. The lag is tremendous, no system could possibly bear it. Oh and did I mention it only has 2 players?
It's a 1v1 1100 against 4400 or so, think how "balanced" this might be considering that there are no triggers or modifiers that could make it even SLIGHTLY interesting. Oh and save yourself some time: use map copy. To save even more time, dont bother sending any more work with quality par to this again please.
Poor creativity, just a lot of units wiping out each other. Many heroes from the book are absent, some names are misspelled. If you plan to make a good scenario, at least do your homework right. Gandalf is a genitour.
Map Design: 2
I gave a point for the stubborn diligence of the author for incessantly placing all those units, although he could have just used the map copy and saved himself some time. Cliff placement might have took some effort to create and Osgiliath was not badly made. Otherwise just a green grass 1 map with a lot of units
None, except some dialogue like "Oh no its Angmar the Witch king, run" (FYI his name was not "Angmar", it was a realm he once controlled)
This isn't the best Minas Tirith scenario I hav e seen, as a matter of fact it is one of the poorest. There are many better scenarios available with more than 2 players. It obviously took minimal effort from the author (other than placing those units), and I do not recommend this scenario to anyone.