Here is a C3C scenario based upon a US civil war following the 2004 Presidential Elections. The second straight scandalous elections have caused the US to crumble. It now consists of the remaining USA fighting the Southern (separatist) States (this is a locked war for the duration of the scenario), while western states have formed independent republics of Alaska, California, Montana and Texas. The decrease in stability in the region due to the fall of the former Super-Power has encouraged Quebec to break away from Canada. This split has isolated the eastern territories of Canada - who have united to form the Maritime Union. With Mexico, Cuba and several Caribbean & Latin American countries watching closely - North America is up for grabs! (this scenario goes from the first week of 2005 to the last week of 2009, with game turns reflected in weekly increments - 260 turns total) Map size: 130 x 130 Map is of North America, half of Central America, and the larger Caribbean Isles. There have only been minor changes to the initial gameplay rules, mostly in terms of resources and buildable units, in an effort to reflect the modern day turmoil that would be associated with such an event. I would recommend players play the scenario at their most challenging, but yet winnable (even if only occasionally) Civ3 difficultly level. Also, for more drastic differences in gameplay - refer to the following: Recommended Scenario Civs for Expert (Sid) Players: Dominican Guatemala Haiti Honduras Jamaica Nicaragua ...for Good Civ Players: Alaska Cuba Montana Quebec ...for Average Civ Players: California Maritime Union Southern States of America Texas ...and New Civ Players: Canada Mexico USA This is my first CFC released scenario, and it's actually a basic version of what I want to make. That said, please feel free to inform me of any corrections or changes that you see fit. Ideally, I would like to make a "deluxe" version with new units, more Civs?, a larger map, etc. Hope this version is enjoyable! EDIT: The Deluxe version of this scenario can be found here.