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Disiples of Chaos: 3. Snotbeard and Hammerfoot V2

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DWIEEB
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Version: AoM: The Titans
Disiples of Chaos 3: Snotbeard and Hammerfoot V2.

Updated Version includes-

-new add-ons to Hammerfoot's hillfort
-End Cinematic Bug
-other end cinematic bug
-hidden diplomacies
-more eyecandy in random spots

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Here is the continuing story of DOC-

Guegurmoth's Post-
A few years ago, a summoner called Hefichi attempted to conquer the Western Cities.
At his side he had 7 disiples. They were his apprentices and would accomplish his every
will. But when he called them to burn the city down, killing thousands of innocent men, women
and children, three of them diclined. Hefichi cursed them with a terrible curse. The three
could not live if Hefichi was dead. The other four disiples fought and severly wounded the
three, then they carried out the Dark Summoner's deeds. The three warriors, Jaidon, Heriggo,
and Armehh, now must stop the dark forces from conquering all of Ommech. Their first task
was to speak with King Garius, of the Northerners, to ask his help in saving Ommech. He
accepted and provided a small fleet. The three were commanded to take out Guegurmoth's
Post, which guarded the now corrupt Western Cities... (story will continue when you
download Disiples of Chaos: 2. The Reign of Agbar)

Then the story from Reign of Agbar-
King Garius called upon the three warriors to travel to the Western Cities, not far from
Guegurmoth's Post. They came upon the city and saw the horror that they had fled from 2
years ago. Agbar, one of Hefichi's great disiples, ruled over the city with an iron fist.
Armehh, Heriggo, and Jaidon looked upon the burnt city outside the gates of Agbar's palace.
Everything was gone from the outside city, the fortresses, the farms, and the houses. Yet
people of this city still survived, and suffered. Agbar locked the palace's great gates, to
anyone outside. His dock was the source of imports that he relied on. Agbar, and the lucky
soldiers inside those gates were not allowed to exit the great gates. Inside the gates,
a once great city is forgotten, the Senate building laid untouched for years, as
dictatorship came in. The capitol just sits there, as decay and mold seep in. Agbar's
palace is quite the opposite, it stands majesticly in the center of the city. Your mission
is kill the one who made the outsiders suffer, kill the one who keeps things to himself,
kill Agbar, Hefichi's disiple, and return democracy and freedom throughout the West...

Then the NEW story from Snotbeard and Hammerfoot-

Among the once seven disiples, two were the last to join the band. They were once fair
merchants off the Eastern Coast. Slowly, their businesses declined into piracy, and the
two were feared throughout all of Ommech. Once word reached the ears of Hefichi...he sent
his five loyal disiples to gather in the last two, Snotbeard and Hammerfoot. These two were
eager to join...but they soon saw what real evil was. When time came to burn an entire city
down...one of the largest cities in all of Ommech. Three of the seven diclined. Hefichi
then cursed the three and ordered his remaining 4 to do the same. Agbar and the other
disiple made sure that the three could barely escape with their lives. Then Snotbeard and
Hammerfoot watched as thousands of people died, cowardice holding them back from stopping
them. Now the two friends have been staying at the southern tip of Ommech. Farthest away
from anything. They stay there, running their own villages. They dread the day their
sworn master will ask them to leave the towns, and join him again, and continue on the
summoner's dark tasks...


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Put "2. Reign of Agbar.scx" into My Computer/Local Disk/Program Files
/Microsoft Games/Age of Mythology/scenario


Installation Note and Bonus -
If you want, to organize your Disiples of Chaos scenarios, make a Disiples of Chaos folder
in your My Computer/Local Disk/Program Files/Microsoft Games/Age of Mythology/scenario
folder! To do this, make a folder called "Disiples of Chaos" on the Desktop, move
"1. Guegurmoth's Post.scx" (if you downloaded it) from your My Computer/Local Disk
/Program Files/Microsoft Games/Age of Mythology/scenario folder to this folder, move
"2. Reign of Agbar.scx" into this folder also. Then put "3. Snotbeard and Hammerfoot.scx"
into your Disiples of Chaos folder. Then put your folder into your
My Computer/Local Disk/Program Files/Microsoft Games/Age of Mythology/scenario folder
and when you download the last one, THE LORDS OF THE SHADOWS, you can put it in
My Computer/Local Disk/Program Files/Microsoft Games/Age of Mythology/scenario
/Disiples of Chaos!!! That way, they stay organized and separated from your other
downloads! :)

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URL of -
Disiples of Chaos: 1. Guegurmoths Post

http://aom.heavengames.com/downloads/showfile.php?fileid=4432&ci=ddd9b06559d91806f4333b2eec630987hDVYUufOZea0zU0OPnasg9pTZ4BJCOkQZD29zD3wcvBkrcjWH9XRmmnemqeyJaU8Zyov/9jCocpyartJZyP6ma7X8mOHJbOLbnQhbNBgjcriiHasx+OOVPSopuNt7LDPYlCem5PLaF5ttSFlhA==



Disiples of Chaos: 2. Reign of Agbar

http://aom.heavengames.com/downloads/showfile.php?fileid=4499


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Bugs-
None yet, please comment if there are any.

Other-
Please comment! Rate it! Swear if it's bad! Whatever!


Playtesters -

-pepsidude 123 (note to pepsidude-sorry you didn't playtest all of it :( I'm really, really sorry.) I will let you playtest the next and final one: DOC 4: THE LORDS OF THE SHADOWS :)!!! sorry again...
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AuthorComments & Reviews   ( All | Comments Only | Reviews Only )
pEpsIdUDe_123 Yay!!! First download. I'll play it and then review it since you didn't let me playtest anything but the begining.
pEpsIdUDe_123 I tried it twice, and on both times it freezes up when hammerfoot says "I have come to reason...". Everything before that was awesome though!
DWIEEB
File Author
Yep...pepsidude...it's fixed now, everything works! Sorry about that and the other 2 who downloaded ;0

[Edited on 09/02/05 @ 10:21 PM]

pEpsIdUDe_123 Playability: 3
Playability was average. It was fun in most parts and the cinematics were great, I especially liked the begining cinematic. However, the walking long distances part was pretty boring. Also, there were a few spelling and grammer mistakes in the dialog.

Balance: 5
The balance was perfect. Not to hard and not to easy. Balance is probably your biggest improvement throughtout this series, and now I think you have pretty much perfected it.

Creativity: 5
Very creative map and plot. The hint section also had some very creative pieces in it. Also, the fused building were very creative and well done. You made it so that each of the main characters had their own personality, so you could almost guess what they would say next.

Map Design: 5
I said it once in one of your previous scenarios and I'll say it again. Your buildings are amazing. They truely are second to Oscar. It must have taken you a long time to make your buildings but you did marvelous. The mountains were also really well done.

Story/Instructions: 5
I loved the story. You gave really good and detailed instructions. My favorite part of the instructions was reading the hints. I could tell that you spent a lot of time thinking of ways to make this scenario interesting. I really liked the piece in the hint section that talked about the ghost who cursed Snotbears.

Additional Comments:
Overall you did a great job on this scenario. You have made a HUGE improvement since Geuromoth's post. I can already see myself giving the fourth and final Disciples of Chaos a 5.0 for pure perfectness. I appreciate that you listened to my playtesting tips and changed those things. However, next time you better let me playtest the whole scenario before posting it (: - Great job DWIEEB

[Edited on 04/09/06 @ 03:36 PM]

DWIEEB
File Author
JEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ahem...thank you. lol...doesn't everyone just love the name "Snotbeard" It's kinda stupid. BUT ITS TOO LATE NOW! (way too late)

[Edited on 09/03/05 @ 12:02 AM]

CaveTown After your done making these scenarios, are you going to make them into a campaign?; because I think that would be a good idea.
DWIEEB
File Author
I might. I have that campaign maker and I'd like to do that, but the maps do not fit the storyline :) I've never made a campaign and I'm not sure I can...so check the forums...I might be having problems :)
CaveTown What do you mean the maps do not fit the storyline?

[Edited on 09/03/05 @ 11:17 AM]

TitanHeart I'll download the first two before I download this one. By the way, Snotbeard is a brilliant name!
DWIEEB
File Author
Thanks TitanHeart! :)

CaveTown- I meant like the display of Greece, Egypt and the Norselands when you are in the campaign screen. Sorry, even I forgot what I was talking about for a while ;)
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Rating
4.4
Breakdown
Playability4.0
Balance4.0
Creativity5.0
Map Design5.0
Story/Instructions4.0
Statistics
Downloads:1,841
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Size:593.24 KB
Added:09/01/05
Updated:09/04/05
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