Edited 16.2.07 (2.16.07)
This was a fun scenario to play, it was not too over powering, there was enough space to move around without running into another player all the time, loads of units to pick from and 4 different arenas to choose. The shop made a difference as well and put a twist on things whilst also carring the game along. Well done. This makes for a great 2v2 (had to edit to get that, but that was played on LAN so no newbies recreated your game).
It is great that you get to choose what hero you get, but some are better then others. Bellaphon is the best, having speed and attack then comes Regi and the other one, and then jason being the easiest to kill. While the gap between this is relitivley small, it is still noticable after three or four games (when one unit won all four games). The balance in the units should be congratulated as well (congratz), as each arena has 3 unit pads in each, and the one in the middle of the 3 (or the easiest to find) isn't as powerfull as the other 2. Good job!
The shop put an active twist on things, even if the gold took forever to get (which I spose is the point). Also having 12 unit pads (3 in each arena) and 4 unique pads is quite a turn out, wouldn't have been easy and would have taken a load of time. Having all the different units also makes the game more fun, as having the same units all the time bores and slows the game.
Map Design: 5
Great! It has 4 arenas and each having 3 unit pads 1 unique pad and, of course, great eye candy and layout. Making for an easy get away and not having to worry about dead-ends. My favourite was the Erebus arena; with serpents and lava lakes.
I was only confused a little, the first time I played the scen and after a quick look at the objectives banner I was all set to play. Part from that it was all good and no one asked me what to do after the cinematic when I played it ESO, so that is generally a good sign.
Good job! beats the version I played hands down ~ Khan