Posted on 12/15/01 @ 12:00 AM (updated 04/13/18
The nightmare has started.
||Role Playing Strategy
The period of peace has vanished before a terrible new:
Oliver and Claire have returned!
The Latin Design Team brings to you:
- 2 RPGs in one scenario: play as Sir Roig, or as Sir Joan.
- Diferents targets, differents enemies, differents objectives.
- Enjoy of a surround story
- See lots 'n' lots of original eye candies 'n' tricks
- Sidequests: Bath in the Holy Water fountain and health yourself, buy weapons to the merchants, or get iron for your Lord.
- Sound effects and music of Johny Cunningha
- Choose: be a miserable traitor or a good loyalty
In this fictional scenario, you will be Sir Roig or Sir Joan.
Each one is the best man of a different Lord: the Lord of Aryuna and the Lord of Mont Siau. Although the two cities haven´t got good relationships, the cooperation will be necessary to defeat your enemies: Oliver and Claire, the evil twins that killed their father and now they want to recover the throne. Will you be able to avoid the conspirancy? Will you help Mont Siau's Lord to kill Claire or will you help Claire betraying Mont Siau's Lord?
Choose your character!
Move the cpx file to the Campaign directory of your Age of Kings, and the mp3 files to the Sound/scenario directory.
Then start Age of Kings the Conquerors and select One Player, Random Map, Scenario. Select "The Land of Chaos Final version" and enjoy!
The Conquerors Expansion required
Latin Design Team
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i playtest that campaign, it's a very awesome one!!!!!
i highly sugest to download NOW!!!!!
I did not play the whole thing yet so i'll not rate it. But this scenario inspired me to create RPG maps. It's AMAZING!!! Every thing from the background music to the fact you get to choose your main character to the fact that eveyone in town has something to say to you... I'll return to rate this map later (Though if it keeps this up it'll definatly get a 5) I suggest download this!!
Having played most of the Latin Design Team's projects, most of which were good but not great, I downloaded this looking for a few hours of entertainment, but after finally finishing it after 3 days I realised how far above normal LDT projects this really was.
With only one scn I thought that this would probably be the biggest letdown over all. How wrong I was. Instead of finding an easy 5min waste of a download scenario, I found clearly in the first ten seconds of the game that it was a split scenario. This and the resonably difficult gameplay, provided for a lot more enjoyment than I had first thought.
Just 1piece of constructive critisism, I think that given all the info given in the history and victory, you could have made the campaign longer with mabye one or two more scn's adding even more to the playability even though I still gave you a very good 4.
This was another good part of the scenario. Hoever I did think that at certain times in the scenario the balance let the scn down. Such as the ridding of the mercenaries in the second part of the scenario, it was resonably straight foward, however in other parts such as the storming of Claire's island was on harder difficulty quite hard manage. These However do go both ways because they added to the playability. YOu may think, well whats wrong with that it also balances things out, but I thought that during the mercenaries bit it was right at the start of part two, and this is where I felt like I most wanted to stop playing possibly ruining the later and better part of the scenario.
I thought this was a piece that deserved 5 straight off because of the split scenario, which I have only seen once over a whole scenario before. Also things such as the torture chamber which I also think is a new addition was well down. All that and lets not forget the other old tricks such as the holy water and so on which were also used to great effect throughout the scenario.
Well what can I say this was one of the most well designed maps i've seen. It had quite a few very distinct area's throughout the map. Such as the forest, islands and small villages, As well as three very well designed clear cities. Also a large amount of eye candy scattered around the place. The introduction said North of Euurope and the campaign that came straight to mind was RODF as the yardstick of the these Nth Europe Campaigns. As I progressed through the campaign, bits and pieces came flashing back from that very campaign, thats really how good I thought it was.
This as mentioned before was very expansive. The story was quite enough to create at least two more scenarios from it. Also the instructions were very clear, and hints overall made the scenario a lot easier than it could have been. Throughout the scenario it was usually very clear as to your mission However another constructive critisism is to occansionally clear the objectives as it became very clogged after a while. The spelling (unlike this reveiw) was very good and I noticed hardly aany mistakes.
This was a really good allround camppaign, and would strongly recommend andres age and the Latin Design Team to do a Star Wars and possibly expand on the story and to do a few more scenarios around this topic. My other recommendation is for this campaign, it is a very good effort and it is certainly a must download.
This was a great campain that most of the time kept me from getting bored. It was really delightfull that some parts of it actually provided to be of slight challenge in some parts as most of the RPS/RPG campains I played were rather too easy.
PLAYABILITY - 4:
As I said, a great campain but I did not say that there were not some boring parts as well.
BALANCE - 5:As I said, there were a few parts that I actually had to try more than once to get through, which is a good thing.
CREATIVITY - 3:
I would have given it a 4 but was a bit disappointed. I didn't notice many new eyecandy. The 'floating' relic was nice but based on two old things, any nothing there prevented me from moving my troops onto the water as well, which was rather a minus. The flashing tent was more of an annoyance since my missile troops started firing at it.
MAP DESIGN - 3:
Nothing new about the map. It looked like all the other RPS/RPG maps with the messy forests and the typical over use of gaias. However, it was ok looking, especially the flower beds in the water areas.
STORY / INSTRUCTIONS - 4:
Good story with a plot that moved forward very logically. This is hard to find in the AOK Campains. The instructions were also mostly quite clear, but there are a few very serious lapses.
Generally, a great campain.
“The Lands of Chaos” is a campaign based around playing either Sir Roig or Sir Joan de Credo. You are fighting against the forces of Oliver, and others but I won’t spoil it for you.
Playability: The campaign’s playability was superb! It featured many choices right from the start, beginning being either on the Aryuna Kingdom or the Mont Siau Kingdom. The sound track is perhaps the most fitting custom soundtrack to an age of king’s campaign yet! Plot twists and a great storyline made it very fun to play. The only thing that detracted from game-play was the long journeying but even then you were fighting a lot and the many optional objectives helped for a great replay value!
Balance: The Lands of Chaos’s balance was good, it was above average but not on par to the standard of the playability category. To begin with it was very hard as you are mainly alone and not until you gain further units later on does the campaign become easier. It had a reversed learning curve. Which is interesting in a way, starting out hard and getting easier most of the time.
Creativity: The campaigns creative was high because it had so many different things, even after playing through until the end the author kept you interested. From Burning houses to fighting for Iron this campaign can be described as the definition of creativity! The talk for as long as you want trick was great and must have taken a great number of triggers to implement it throughout the entire campaign.
Map Design: Wow! The map design was another strong part of a very good campaign. Where ever you travelled the scenery changed. The author must have spent a great number of hours making the Land of Chaos’s map look beautiful. The great thing was that the map was very big but still retained a beautiful landscape as you played through it.
Story/Instructions: The story playing through both players was good, it featured many plot twists, a good reason as to why you were fighting a strong story-line throughout which was great for the player. The story was a strong point of this campaign. The instructions were good, what you have to remember is Andres Age is not very fluent in English, yet there were few grammatical errors throughout the campaign! The few that I noticed were “rumors” and “powerfull”. The instructions stopped this section getting a higher score.
Overall: A great campaign, deservedly earning its place in the Best of Age of Kings section, for one of the best soundtracks alone this is worthy of being download, let alone all the other alluring features of this campaign!
and you thought you'd played a good RPG...
you get to choose your own character! what does that mean for a RPG?(good I tell you, good!). The Story Is Done well,and enough Of the eyecandy. Dowload it! you won't be disipointed!
This is a very good campaign! I love the fact about choosing your own character. Every aspect of it makes this a wonderful, great, mysterious, enjoyable, fun, exiting, uplifting, inspiring, awesome, remarkable, memorable, fun, fun, fun, cool, sweet, miraculous, god-sent, joyous, happy, brilliant, exellent, lovable, holesome, addictive, perfect, ingenius, glamurios, fabulous, clever, awe-inpriring, magnificent, touching, heart-warming, and most of all: WORTH-WHILE campain.
The eye-candy and the brilliant use of triggers ranks this up there with every 5.0 campaign!!!!
I love it!
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I love it!
Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please, Please make more!!!
To sum up, great job.
Oh, thx for your opinion! :D I am glad u like it :D
Hey! Why don´t u do a review? (Only if u put a 5.0 :p:p:p)
I am doing a new scenario called Wolfcastle 2, where u are a corrupt policeman... if u liked Land of Chaos, u will love W2!!! :D:D:D
Congratulations. I found the game to be extremely involving.
Firstly there was the choice of character to play at the start of the scenario, followed by the easy-to-use instructions.
It's a must for those long rainy days when you have nothing to do. I look forward to another instalment
This is indeed a very professional campaign. Everything about the game is boiled down to a fine art. I recommend this campaign. It is extremely well-done!
Playability- 5.0 This game has enthralling gameplay. There is much to be done. There's two scenario's in one!
Balance- 5.0 This scenario is perfectly balanced. Enough said.
Creativity- 5.0 This game is overwhelmingly creative. The story is new, and detailed. There are many new, innovative RPG elements. And there is the fact you can choose your own character!
Map Design- 5.0 Map design is superb! Every nook& granny on the map is paid close attention to. One of the best maps I've seen in a long time.
Story/Instructions- 5.0 The story is well-composed and thoroughly done. It becomes more interesting as it developes. The instructions are easy to follow, nicely done.
Overall- 5.0 This is a very nice game. Download it now.
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