This is a fictitious campaign loosely based on historical events and associated geographical locations. Lead your people from a modest stone mining hamlet to a prospering powerful kingdom of your own. This journey shall lead you through your hope, greed, ego and empathy expecting you to defeat your demons and become a benevolent king serving your people in the end. Expect using your expert strategies, skillful diplomacy and balanced economy to become one true trade empire with the meteoric growth propelled by tea!
This is a hard campaign designed for advanced players. Use the pause button to ensure you plan your city well and at the right time.
Note: Only custom maps are used in this mission which are designed from scratch.
1 - The Stone Miner and the Enchanted Woods
2 - The Herbalist and the Tea Estates
3 - The General and the Mountain Pass
4 - The Blind man and the Beautiful beach
5 - The Atoner and the Clock Tower
6 - The Sentinel and the Hordes
7 - The King and the Tea Kingdom
This campaign is quite challenging and I love it, but sometimes very frustrating too. For example, transition between M1 and M2 forces you to rebuilt your city to attempt Luxurious appartment goal (desirability problems..) and there is no spot to place your Elite housing block and have a perfect feng shui at the same time.
Campaign is rated "hard" but again with the Feng Shui problem and the rebuild part of M2, I think this mission should be rated very hard. After that, from M3, balance between fun and challenging was really good !
Customs maps are smalls but is a part of a challenge !
Map Design: 5
I like the design, especially from M3 !
A really good story, and all the instructions are clear to guide you !
Thank you Sampad for this campaign, I really like it. Can't wait to play your next challenge !
..... And so the humble tea bag is born!
Really challenging campaign, especially in the earlier stages I found. The final two chapters were quite fun and less of a struggle to complete, apart from the fact I ended up a vassal in the penultimate mission which meant it took me far longer to complete. The small maps on some missions along with limited space to grow crops, tea, etc made planning a really important part of each mission.
I thoroughly enjoyed playing the campaign, thanks so much for taking the time to create it.