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Urban Adventure

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Bluish
File Details
Version: The Conquerors
Style: Mix
Ever wanted to step into the shoes of the average man in a Medieval City? Well now you can! In this one-scenario campaign, travel through a fully interactive and bustling city with personable character secrets and more surprises than you can shake a stick at! The object is simple. Find a way to get yourself a house and become a genuine citizen. Wander through a gigantic map filled to the brim with varied and lush terrain. Travel to several different city areas including a slum village, downtown, suburbia and chinatown. Dodge the city guard and do battle against street thugs. Make friends and keep them with you on your journey or turn them in to the police for a reward. Purchase upgrades at the Blacksmith, where else? Become a Communist and overthrow the corrupt elite. Join a Gang. It's up to you! With 400 triggers and twice as many effects the sky's the limit. Just be careful and remember to save as often as possible!
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Ksrugi I hate it when people set a single scenario as a Campaign. Anyway, it was good, but it got repetitive. Kill whoever and I'll join you. I got tired of it and just quit the game. Maybe something to keep out attention would be nice.
Scud People put single scenario as campaigns to protect there work. For if you have it as a scenario people can just open it in teh editor and see how certain tricks work. If there ground breaking trigger tricks you may want to gaurd them, so people put them in a campaign so they can't not be extracted.

Unless you have Aok Campaing editor
AmericanIdiot14 Thus negating the point, Scud.

I believe it's done so the player can actually see the scenario instructions at the start, not to mention with a campaign, you need not include the AI in the zip file.
Bluish
File Author
Responding to Ksrugi:

Thank you for the comment. The few people who playtested the scenario for me said pretty much the same thing. There should have been a little variation in the behavior of the different characters that join you. I could submit a revised version but I doubt anyone would download after maybe being disappointed.

Also, I'm not sure why I decided to make it a campaign rather than a scenario. It seemed like an alright thing to do seeing as there are quite a few one-scenario campaigns out there, Sabato the witch for example.
Tanneur99
Official Reviewer
You can extract the scenario with the campaign manager to see the triggers.

A scenario plays from Single Player, Standard Game, Random Map, and Scenario to see the instruction screen, not from the editor.

The AI saves in the .scx/.scn file not in the .cpx/.cpn, the same applies for the .bmp
Bluish
File Author
I wasn't really planning on designing any more scenarios, at least not for awhile. But if I do, I will make sure to submit single scenarios like this one to the 'single player' section of the Blacksmith. I'm a newbie around here and I hope my mistake hasn't inconvenienced anyone.
pupitress I HATE 1 scenario campaigns like the previous guys commented and was thinking of downloading this campaign, but the reason they call it a campaign is because it is a series of events leading to conquering an area or something righteous!
Ksrugi Don't let me keep you down. Though repetitive, I did find it amusing. You did a pretty good job. The map was far better than what I can make.
wexer9 I loved this scenario.
TurkishWarrior6 hey im having a problem. i need help now!
please! after i download these files and extract them it says its a cpx file not a cpn so it doesn't work. if some one can help me i would really appreciate it. thanx
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Added:07/20/05