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The Amazingly Awesome *Random* Climatic Battle of the Knights of the Round Table

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i like cheese
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Version: The Conquerors
Style: Fixed Force
And now! At last!

Another scenario completely different from some of the other scenarios which aren't quite the same as this one is

The Amazingly Awesome Climatic Battle of the Knights of Round Table

makes Ben Hur look like an epic


With this one scenario campaign, you get:
A Man-at-arms called Kenny
Several knights of the Round Table
A (not so) unique spawn system that will shake the nation (or scenario)
An amazing story line (not really)
very cool named boss (The Very Bad Guy Dude)
The Drunken Master
And not much much more!

This is one of my scenarios that I decided to send in. Mind you, I've made much much better, just never finish them. :)

Oh and make sure you read the instructions and hints.

I think I forgot to put random in with the title. So just so you know, this has nothing to do with the story of King Arthur.
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tyler_t_rocks Whell it's a verry long name il giv u that much
Jas the Mace1 I don't normally complain...but I am so sick of games having a different name in the download rather than the title. I will play and comment on the game instead of just complaining about imperfection...

Wow talk about hard! I wasn't ever able to kill the 'Bad Guy' I owned the field for a while, and even cleared out his personal defensive force, but I wasn't able to kill him. The 6000+ hps were a little hard to overcome.

[Edited on 08/24/07 @ 06:29 PM]

i like cheese
File Author
you gotta kill him with the champion guy just above your main forces.
Sword_of_STORM
Official Reviewer
really? I was able to kill him in 5 min. Use your old man/drunk fool. He has about as much HP/attack.
Jas the Mace1 I was using him with the others to hold off the spwan while I sent wave after wave in on him. It lasted 10-15 minutes with a ton of kills.
Tanneur99
Official Reviewer
There is no need to cheat blocking spawn points. ;)

Retreat your heroes, those that do not have self-healing powers on no attack stance to the very rear, the other self-healing ones in front of the monastery defensive. The enemy will stop attacking when your units are out of the Line of Sight of their nearest units. They soon block their spawn points themselves. Then you can use all heroes to kill the 'Bad Guy' very fast. :)

Anyways, it is an entertaining, fast paced, amazingly awesome, climatic battle. Thanks for making it.
i like cheese
File Author
Thanks!

Could someone write a review for it so I know what I need to work on?
Mashek
Staff
Official Reviewer
As absurd as the title may be, this small scenario was actually very enjoyable. I held the enemy waves with my men (who were all killed), and took the Drunken Master to finish off the enemy leader, that is at least after sending fifty men to take out his guards. After some fight, I killed the enemy leader.

My only niggle was that the spawns continued, instead of spawning out only a selected amount of units at a time. This can be bad in the case of lag for some people's computers.
General_Short this looks...funny...i think i'll download it.

lol :D
Turty It's a very nice campaign! But only forest trees? :(

Well, it's still a very good game!
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Rating
3.2
Breakdown
Playability4.0
Balance3.0
Creativity3.0
Map Design3.0
Story/Instructions3.0
Statistics
Downloads:617
Favorites: [Who?]0
Size:23.89 KB
Added:08/17/07