Cortez\' Conquest of Mexico v 1
By Kor aka Derfel Cadarn, leader of Woad Creations.
Thanks for the interest in my scenario!
This is the sequel to the long released campaign, Cortez\' Unification of Yucatan (also available at the AoKH Blacksmith, and at www.woadcreations.com).
In that campaign, you set out as Hernan Cortez, gathering an army in Cuba, invading the Yucatan and unifying the tribes there, forming a mighty alliance.
Now, Cortez\' journey continues as he and his troops march on Tenochtitlan, first warmly greeted by the Aztecs, later pushed out of the city.
As the scenario develops, you will get the chance to make choices, for example to split your forces to deal with an enemy elsewhere.
These do not simply create a different order of objectives, but can drastically change the game as the objectives will be different.
Before you play this, I advise you to play Cortez\' Unification of Yucatan: it will give an introduction to the entire situation.
This is an RPG campaign with a lot of big battles (Fixed Force). The campaign consists of one scenario. You don`t have to bother about economy and buildings, just about your army.
This story is great. The Objectives are clear, so you always know what to do. There is also a historical outcome with some facts about Cortez conquest of Mexico. At last there is also a dramatized version of Cortez march against Tenochtitlan. The story is historical based and well writen.
This map looks excellent. The jungle around lake Texcoco is very nice and so is the design of Tenochtitlan and other cities. Ecellent!
Altough fun, this scenario isn`t very difficult, but it is not easy either, far from. Your spanish soldiers (many of the soldiers have their own names, which makes the campaign more real) are much stronger than their aztec opponents, and perhaps they are too strong. Of course the aztecs are vastly superior in numbers, though. Many of the soldiers of both sides has modified HP or attack.
I higly enjoyed this campaign. It was exciting, had a good story, and some parts were also a bit difficult. Simply Great!
In this campaign you will have to travel around in the jungle around Tenochtitlan. You will meet numerous enemies but also allies. There is also a short battle cut-scene. However,there isn`t so many triggers (other than dialogue)
. There is some optional objectives too ( that is good because it makes the campaign last longer).
My suggestions to improve this camp
1. Make the spaniards a bit weaker and make the reinforcements a bit smaller.
2. Add some cool triggers.