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The Desert and the Mountain - Empires of Africa

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Completed Scenarios' started by Plotinus, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. truien

    truien Chieftain

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    I do have conquests. What do I need to do to get around this problem?
     
  2. somdnole

    somdnole Chieftain

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    I can't wait to download and play this one - this mod looks great!
     
  3. Thorvald of Lym

    Thorvald of Lym A Little Sketchy

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    Well, then, what are you waiting for?! Click here!!

    On a side note, I believe I know the solution to people's problems regarding missing files, as I had similar problems downloading The Cold War Deluxe:
    Download manager. It helps greatly when downloading a package of this size, as it reduces the chance of file corruption (and thus, missing files) during transfer due to hiccups in the connection. A couple of good freebies are GetRight and Free Download Manager.
     
  4. EDaddy

    EDaddy Warlord

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    This scenario would look great on Civ4: BtS. BtS even has Ethopia, and many of the Arab nations used in this scenario.
     
  5. Red Door

    Red Door Man of Mayhem

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    Yeah, but Civ IV sucks.
     
  6. Plotinus

    Plotinus Philosopher Administrator

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    Feel free to make a Civ IV version if you want!
     
  7. truien

    truien Chieftain

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    I'm drunk right now and I can't even understand what you're trying to say.
     
  8. Plotinus

    Plotinus Philosopher Administrator

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    You might have put the scenario in the wrong folder. It should be in Civ III/Conquests/Scenarios.

    Otherwise I'm not sure why it can't find the files for the Spy, because that's a Firaxis unit that should be in your Civ folder already.
     
  9. KingArthur

    KingArthur Tinkering with biqs

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    Sounds like you need to buy (steal) the Glasgow version of Windows (see attached)
     

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  10. Quinzy

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    Oh god, KA, that's amazing :lol:
     
  11. truien

    truien Chieftain

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    After I steal it I'll raise me kilt and you can kiss me bloomin arse. I was just lookin far some help lad. Thanks.
     
  12. EDaddy

    EDaddy Warlord

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    Thanks, but I'm not intrested. If I new more about scenario creation and about the scenario ittself, I would. i haven't even played Ethopia yet, cause its so darn hard! :(
     
  13. johnnyjal

    johnnyjal Prince

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    Ethiopia is winnable (even by me)
    If you go above monarch the Falasha may start with too many units though.
    If you can survive enough the first few turns you will win.
    You have to get rid of Falasha though. Adel is a pain the the rear but not a
    real threat. Once you get Portugal contact (cannons and muskets) you can
    roll over all the civs.

    I got a victory by culture before I was able to start rolling.
     
  14. RedwallFortress

    RedwallFortress Necromancer Emperor

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    I have the samething in all of my games, the scenario is to short. You never :mad: get the chance to stomp your enemies into the :rolleyes: dust.
     
  15. Virote_Considon

    Virote_Considon The Great Dictator

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    I've increased the turn limit to 300 (I think). Maybe the VP and Culture limits need to be increased, too? (especially the former, which has seen the majority of my victories)
     
  16. johnnyjal

    johnnyjal Prince

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    I don't know if I would change anything.
    It is a very fast play but it is intensive.

    When I played Falasha I stomped just about everyone.
    But I forgot how I won that game, or how close any civs were.
     
  17. RedwallFortress

    RedwallFortress Necromancer Emperor

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    Hello Plotinus, you have made :goodjob: two great Scenarios, but they both have one great vice.
    They are far :( too short!! I never get the chance to stomp the enemy Civ's into the dust, and as far as I know I am not the only one with this Problem. Please, Please, could you make Desert and Rood a little longer??
     
  18. johnnyjal

    johnnyjal Prince

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    If y'all think it is too fast,
    You all must either:

    a. try harder
    b. do not go above monarch.

    :lol:

    :goodjob:
     
  19. RedwallFortress

    RedwallFortress Necromancer Emperor

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    I am currently playing as the Falasha, on Monarch, have Destroyed the Ethiopian, the Bejan, Makuria, and Alwah Civ's. Have Won war's against Adal, Ayyubids, Kanem-Bornu, and Hausaland. It is currently Turn 186, I am number One, in Culture, VP's, Territory, and Population.
    But the game Is to short, I will not be able to conquer;) Africa.
     
  20. EDaddy

    EDaddy Warlord

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    I agree with you all. Desert is too short.

    As for Ethopia, I can beat the Falasha, but not the Adals. Every time I try to beat them, they overpower me! Johhny, how did you beat the Adals?
     

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