In the mid 9th century CE, the Tang Emperor Wuzong embarked on a systematic persecution of Buddhism throughout the Middle Kingdom. Buddhist leaders, monks, and followers were imprisoned or killed. Buddhist monasteries were pillaged and destroyed. Wuzong died in 846 CE, and his successor Emperor Xuanzong stopped this persecution. Yet the damage had been done.
One travesty of Wuzong's legacy was Yin Monastery. This once-beautiful monastery at a desert oasis was utterly destroyed. Emperor Xuanzong is eager to rebuild a city at the oasis, but a feared and powerful Shaman now dwells there. Can he be bargained with?
This campaign includes three missions and a player will interact with 6 cities (5 historically accurate). Resources, commodities, and available structures follow the Emperor model for the steel age.
A new custom map of 'enormous' size and arid climate was created for this campaign.
An extra file is included in this download. It is a text file named 'TSOYO_Readme.txt', and contains installation instructions, background information, campaign design notes, general play tips, and mission hints (warning: contains spoilers).
Thanks Gweilo2 for making this great campaign really enjoyed playing the missions, something for everyone to get stuck in to brilliant
Posted on 01/01/19 @ 01:13 AM
Hi Fishrob, thank you for the review. I'm glad you had fun playing this.
Posted on 02/16/19 @ 02:17 PM
I just wanted to say thank you Gweilo for continuing to make new campaigns. I haven't played this one (yet) but I'm sure I'll enjoy it just as much as all the others. Your campaigns are one of the things that make me keep replaying E:RotMK
Posted on 02/17/19 @ 10:31 AM
Hi marconi! Good to see you are still playing after so long. Thanks for your kind words.