And here comes my third adventure.
The story revolves around the mythical Pyronians, descendants of the Centaurs and Lapiths, who have been alienated by the Greek and now are on a quest for vengeance. Rebuild Pyron and lead their tribe to glory.
The adventure features four parent city episodes and one colony episode (you can choose between two colonies). I'd estimate the time to create the adventure at about 1,5x to 2x the time it took to create Peon of Hermes (which is mostly due to map creation of three maps in total, and the parent city map being even more complex than Peon of Hermes parent city map). I also came up more or less coincidentally with a totally new map concept, which I used for one of the colonies. I am very content with how the maps turned out; the level design is certainly the most advanced and detailed so far regarding my previous adventures, though one might consider the cliff-piling to be close to insanity...
Unlike Peon of Hermes, this adventure focuses primarily on military. As usual, the maps are highly challenging, in the same way as my previous episodes. If you have played my previous adventures, you should already be used to this playing style. But there should be no frustrating elements if you're an experienced Zeus-player. Planning your city is key!
I haven't encountered any bugs, though I'd gladly fix them should you find any.
I hope everybody enjoys this adventure as much as I enjoyed building it (well, designing the map and playing ;) ).
I can already see it will be as pleasurable as Lanthana! I will try to complete it and give a review as soon as possible! :3
Posted on 05/17/14 @ 01:31 PM
So so glad you're still here! You are among some of the reasons I still lurk on here. :)
Posted on 06/15/14 @ 05:41 AM
thank you for map.i played but i think its very rocky :))
Sevveli File Author
Posted on 07/12/14 @ 04:35 AM
Any sort of review? I'm really curious about whether this type of map creation is what people like or if it's a little bit too odd...^^
Posted on 12/13/14 @ 10:26 AM
I cannot attack Athens in the 4-5th parent map campaign.
Damn! all attacks just fail. I made it to 10,000 population. Ithaka has vanished.
Sevveli File Author
Posted on 12/13/14 @ 02:26 PM
Indeed, when going through my event scripts, I did f*** something up there. Athens military strength is set to 6, probably after my last playthrough, so the corresponding event got forgotten. This means it is unconquerable and seemingly you're the first one to complain about this... I'll fix it as soon as possible.
[Edited on 12/13/14 @ 05:39 PM]
Posted on 12/13/14 @ 04:51 PM
Cheers! Your comment came pretty fast. Thanks lot Hermes! :D