This was a short scenario that I began for fun and for practice. It isn't top-notch quality or story-telling, but it has some good points to it. Namely, its available to non-Xpac players and is difficulty dynamic. Enjoy.
*note: Do NOT review this. If this recieves a review I will ask for the moderators to remove it. As this was not a serious work I will not accept any review, good or bad, for it.
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Your submission is in the Demo stage; update your scenario to avoid a 'bad' review for it. 'Battle of Sattlesbury' has a blank introduction screen, just an objective that your hero shall survive in game, not a sentence about the 'Battle of Sattlesbury'. On moderate I won the naval battle without touching the mouse, the enemies gather outside the camp without attacking for a while, which looks peculiar and you can lure small groups into your camp. Still I lost on that first attempt and I recommend the scenario.
Gaspar File Author
Posted on 05/15/05 @ 11:53 AM
Ah, youth. The misguided foibles of a teenage ego.
For any and all who chance upon this old scenario, feel free to comment or criticize at will.