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Desert Earth

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Completed Scenarios' started by The Omega, Nov 23, 2006.

  1. The Omega

    The Omega Completely Insane

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    Presented by The Omega Productions: Desert Earth

    January 3rd, 2026. Human civilization as we know it is wiped out in a massive nuclear holocaust. Billions die, and the entire ecosystem of the Earth is changed.

    1000 years later....

    The Earth that we know is no more. A giant radioactive desert covers the surface of the Earth. And on this desert, the descendants of the war's survivors battle for supremecy of their small section of desert.
    In one such desert, war has come. When the emperor of the Oasis Empire died without an heir, the empire divided into two factions, trying to claim the throne. And a third faction emerges, as the long-oppressed cities of the northeast oasis claim independence and rebel.
    While these groups fight, a group of Sand Pirates strike out from their small and isolated oasis in the southwest. Seeking plunder, they attack anyone on their raids.
    And from the northwest, a small group of nomads travels across the desert, following rumors of a land untouched by the nuclear holocaust. If they succeed, they will plant the seeds for recreating human civilization....
    And in the radioactive south, a new and powerful force is emerging....

    In this scenario, you can play as any of the three Oasis Empire civs, the Sand Pirates, or the Nomads. The Oasis Empire civs can win by domination (15% of land and 20% of pop). The Sand Pirates can win by returning treasure units they get from enslaving others. Nomads can win either by domination, or having their settler settle in the only VP on the map (Also the only place where you can build a city)
    This scenario uses no custom graphics (Didn't want to spend too much time making thins; Still have End of the World to do) but their is a semi-custom civilopedia (Only editted the entry for units in the scenario)

    http://forums.civfanatics.com/uploads/47985/Desert_Earth.zip
     
  2. The Omega

    The Omega Completely Insane

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    <Screenshot on post 7>
     
  3. The Omega

    The Omega Completely Insane

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    Umm.... Every image hosting site i've tried using so far hasn't worked, so I'm gonna wait until tomarrow until I get the previews up. If you peoples prefer to wait until then before you download the scenario, that's fine with me.
     
  4. bd41094

    bd41094 Prince

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    Nice Idea, I'll play it tommorrow, it's really late here.

    EDIT: YAY! This is my 100th post! Yay for me!
     
  5. The Loser

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    an other scenario into the great future
    will play this one for sure,
    but i'm waiting untill there are some screanshots
     
  6. bd41094

    bd41094 Prince

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    I for one don't see why people get so picky when it comes to screenshots. I really could care less if there is or isn't one. Seems people don't want to download it until they've seen it:hmm:
     
  7. Doom666

    Doom666 Warlord

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    The map looks great.
    For the picky ones..


    Why dont you just download it, and if you dont like it, just delete it... ^^
     
  8. The Omega

    The Omega Completely Insane

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    Thanks! Something was wrong with the pictures I'd taken, and every site I'd gone to was refusing to upload them....:(
     
  9. Doom666

    Doom666 Warlord

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    Scurvy dog land :lol: :crazyeye:
    Btw.. use www.imageshack.us then upload the image, and choose the direct link to image, and post it here, by using the image button while posting.
     
  10. The Omega

    The Omega Completely Insane

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    I tried using it, but whenever I clicked "Host it!" it just froze....
     
  11. The Loser

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    Cool map, looks alot like one i've made once!
    This stuff is amazing!!
     
  12. aznmonkeyass99

    aznmonkeyass99 Chieftain

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    looks nice :D
     

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