William Wallace was a Celton Hero and was also a big British Problem until he was betrayed by a celt and beheaded by the British.
Posted on 07/18/05 @ 07:53 AM
Your english is fine hakkis...better than some people who are born with the language i must admit..lol!
Posted on 07/19/05 @ 08:48 PM
Cool! ..You from FInland? im from Australia
EDIT: you wanto know about william wallace, watch the DVD Braveheart
EDIT: i do, i try and go on msn as soon as possible!
[Edited on 07/20/05 @ 06:34 PM]
Posted on 07/21/05 @ 07:18 PM
I will try and get on, but i cant promise i can, because i use my brothers computer for the internet stuff, and the family cpu for making the aok games...
If he lets me go on msn i will do it and get the english language msn, because i know crap all about other languages, probably know a little German and AUstralian aboriginal.
Wild Bill UK
Posted on 08/03/05 @ 09:11 AM
William The Conqueror was French, he invaded England and stole the throne (The Battle of Hastings)
Posted on 08/23/05 @ 01:43 PM
Followed the hints, moved William in front of the Cathedral. Got another mission. Walked around. Didn’t notice part of the wall behind the trees was actually a gate. Walked through the gate by accident. Got jumped by a platoon of enemy cav. Ran back through the gate, thus letting all the enemy follow me. Started getting killed. Garrisoned William in a tower. Lots of shooting all around me commenced. Got message, one bad guy got killed, new objective. View shifted to another clearing in the forest and a brand new William Wallace. He had a new mission. Started walking around. Got jumped by two platoons of enemy troops. Got totally killed. But no Defeated message. Manually shifted my own view back up to the tower with my original William in it. All enemy were dead by now. Popped him out. Went walking around. Found a bunch of my troops and a ram locked up in a walled enclosure. Ordered the ram to bust out. Took my troops and walked around. Couldn’t get anywhere. Had to change diplomacy of Ally to neutral and bust down his wall. Found more troops. Walked around some more. Came to another wall up against a castle. Couldn’t bust through the wall because there was a swarm of enemy troops nearby. Garrisoned William from the outside of the wall into the Castle (inside the wall) and then popped him out inside the wall. Neat! Walked around some more. Couldn’t get anywhere without running into enemy troops. Decided to let a more experienced RPS player review this one. But it looks really interesting!