This adventure follows Odysseus' son, Telemachus, as he tries to escape the suitors in Ithaca, find his father, and get his revenge. I've spent about 20 hours on debugging playthroughs, so the missions should be good to go. That being said, this was my first building attempt, so there's probably something that'll go wrong (I've had Kraken spawn on land occasionally, not sure how to fix that one).
Each colony is labeled in order to advance the story correctly. You'll generally always have food and fleece (in accordance with the friends that Telemachus brings with him), but wine will pose a problem. Also, you've pissed off both Poseidon and Hades, so expect a lot of disasters.
Good luck! I'll check back in on this a few times a week, so leave a comment if something's gone horribly wrong and maybe I can help.
Gonna dive into it right now.
[Edited on 06/23/18 @ 02:33 AM]
Posted on 08/20/18 @ 11:17 PM
This review was based on Olympian.
No bug at all. A little problem with Pylos as the city won't trade if you are bribe Sparta to finish off one of the enemy with your over produce goods.
Quite balance. Rival is strong but their aggressive and 2 allies make things quite balance.
Very good, I never know these suitor name before. Only remember the main character's wife and son.
Map Design: 4
Not an op city but the land mass was too little for all three of the sanc. You could get around 1 eliete block and 3-4 common block (or 3 + 1 mixed block)
Great. It's very fit with how Zeus/Po feels.
Thanks. As a high school teacher, I am quite furious when students played ROV or any mobile game in my class. However, your map made me remember how fun it is to play a game , once in a while though.
Posted on 09/29/19 @ 01:29 PM
A 3 for map design?? Really?? This map's one of the most creative maps I've seen in this site for a while.
And its reasons doesn't really justify it at all, imo.. making a good, supported housing and elite housing block is part of the challenge for a map like this.. It's about using whatever space is available, not having everything available to you in the first place..
But since the map design really does appeal to me, I'll probably give this map a go, and see how I feel afterwards.