A new scenario for all multiplayer lovers. This scenario is a careful balence between economy and war. It includes resonable goals not hard to accomplish. It does not contain custom maps so that download time can be reduced, and it utilizes the well-developed maps made by the game's creators. This scenario was thoroughly tested to assure that all goals could be completed in a fair amount of time.
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ALERT: NEW VERSION POSTED: 1.1
I am sorry to admit it, but this file needed to be updated. This new version was created because the game was too hard to complete, on the brink of impossible. I apologize for any inconvenience this update may have caused.
These are the correcting properties with this new version:
-Xiongnu Empire does not become as strong.
-Huanxian now trades at the start of the game.
-Cities don't have raw silk if they have bronze ore and vice versa so that no city has an advantage to allow it to make a larger profit.
-Raw bronze is now available at 25 strings less to aid the cities that do not have bronze and to equal the cost of raw silk. (However, bronzeware and weapons are sold at the same price.)
-Gifts are given to all cities to aid them.
-Canton is now an ally.
-Initial funds have been increased.
-Xiongnu Empire automatically opens trade in the first year.
-The frequency and severity of invasions by the Xiongnu Empire have been reduced.
-The price of stone is increased to allow cities that can produce stone to make a larger profit by selling it.
-All cities have five different food types.
Please replace the previous .PAK file with this one.
I would like to thank Dragon Tooth for bringing some of the problems to my attention.
hey hd... i hope u have had a good year. its me renamon, eboshi, kenshin, and others.. hope u would remember me, well i was just wondering how u were doing and was wondering if u r still madd at rdx lol
Posted on 06/11/06 @ 04:24 PM
I definately liked the campaign.
The Xiongnu invasion was scary and it was tempting to bribe them.
But money was a very important mission goal, so luckily I didn't.
One but though:
[quote]-Cities don't have raw silk if they have bronze ore and vice versa so that no city has an advantage to allow it to make a larger profit.[/quote]
Choa does have both. :-/