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A Peace Of Heaven

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Number of Missions: 1
Difficulty: Normal
This may be my best map that I have ever created. It looks very nice and it is very bright.
There is a lot of wildlife, 3 packs of wolves, a couple bears, dear, foxes, seagulls, rabbits and birds. There are a lot of sounds, and four mountain regions.

The Story;

I walked down the road with my friend, a monk who was said to be touched by Gods spirit. He was a good man, and asked you to join him on a trek to an unknown place. I agreed, but was unsure of how wise it was.

We marched down a thick forest, which was burning with the feel of death. The forest was dark, and had an evil hint to it. “Where exactly are we going?” I said, wearily. The monk replied “All in good times, my young friend, all in good times.” What exactly did he mean by this?

We continued through, when a path paved with stone. A never ending row of whitewashed stone fenced the road. The monk and I moved along the road with our large cart of supplies.

The road was oddly strait. It seemed to go on forever. Soon, after a couple of hours of walking, the forest ended. We were in a barren waist land. I couldn’t see far, for there was a very thick fog far down. I dared not ask any questions.

The monk told me to hurry through the fog, but not to lose the path. I obeyed, but the fog was so strong, I couldn’t see my hand in front of my face. I tried yelling for the Monk, but the fog was creating an extremely intense humidity, and it burned my throat just to open my mouth. Where was I!? I was scared, I didn’t think I’d get to live—

the fog instantly went away. I was in the most beautiful place. I saw the monk, and moved forward to him. I didn’t have to ask any questions. He was the most holy of monks, worthy of an apostle. This was his home, and he aloud me entrance. It was his own personal heaven; and now, it was mine.
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File Author
The 29th was so long ago! I have a better verson of the game, but I fear it could be longer!
Map Design4.0
Playability: 4
(Everything worked but not much to do in it. You could have added some outlaws.)

Balance: 5
(Everything belongs to me, Mwhahahaha!!!!)

Creativity: 4
(It's defiantly new to me.)

Map Design: 4
(I looked really nice but there was no eye-candy. None that I found any way.)

Story/Instructions: 5
(Excellent story!)

Additional Comments:
Nice map, but a few more details could have been added. I still want to see a castle siege!!! :D

[Edited on 11/16/06 @ 04:28 PM]

File Author
Thanks for the great review!

I had a better version, but this version took 2 weeks or something to upload, so I'd rather keep it how it is.

And don't worry, you'll get your castle seige soon enough.
HorseArcher06 Hey frankoman!

Interesting map! Is the areas in white supposed to represent snow, or fog, or what?

I always have a hard time deciding on a winter time setting, if this is what your intent was.

I agree with Whitewolf, not much eyecandy. Your story says when the fog lifted you were in a beautiful place. Can you explain some more of your thought process in this map design?

It would help other map makers alot!


File Author
I have a snow baced texture which is the mountan texture, and put that into the mountans. I am yet to see it with the regular texture. Yes, I did realize there was little eyecandy, hense I made another map. But I never uploaded it and reformatted my computer and it was lost in the prossess.

In this map design, I was thinking of making a freebuild with wide open spaces. It was to be a holy place, hence the brightness( if you open it in the map editor and click the white bar below the textures, and click on the map, you will notice just how bright this map really is)

The land was to be a place that was drying out. The mountans and roling hills were to show the terrain itself.

I hope that helped!

Oh and Sir White Wolf, I'm working on making a historical castle, and your defending it. It is quite fun, but I need a playtester or two to help me with an Idea of mine.
StoneBreaker if you wish i shall playtest it for you as you are helping me with mine
WoS_McHugh Frankoman your work is so great! i love it

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