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Climate: Northern
Difficulty: Hard
Population goal: 9000
Culture goal: 70
Prosperity goal: 100
Peace goal: 55
Favor goal: 75
War is your trade - a general risen through the ranks you know what your soldiers need. The last years were tense for military leaders, because of the many and bloody wars that were waged. Taking a look at the battlefield you realize, that Gauls are not match for roman discipline. Countless of their numbers lie lifeless on the wet muddy ground and only here and there a moan can be heard, signifying a poor soul soon to pass. This definitely is a crushing victory for Rome, but sometimes you wonder if it's really worth all the death and destruction. Before long you are back to your usual crude and dirty self. You see the emperor approaching, probably to congratulate you, but one can never be sure with those born in purple. As it is expected you both exchange pleasantries and complements, while measuring up one another. After the short formal and utterly impersonal conversation, you are addressed in more common manner:

"You proved to be an able legate, so I am sending you in a troubled land - Britannia. You must know I have a plan for a big wall in the north, maybe with a moat. You must protect the northern borders from raids until the fortifications are complete. I know, though, that you are an able commander and will rise some cohorts fast, unfortunately I could not spare any masonry materials. On top of not having walls and towers, you are going to need to import iron, since there isn't any mineable nearby. Don't fool around, the Celts are not to be underestimated, even if they are barbarians they have fierce warriors and fast charioteers. Don't fret, there are plenty of export opportunities as well, even if not as profitable as in seaward cities. Naturally you'll need support from rich families for the military campaigns to proceed, so don't hesitate to establish some villas for the nobility. The gods should never be neglected and to that end I still want you to build a prosperous city and a thriving culturally-economic center filled with large white marble temples. There are reports of few puny native settlements which you probably should ignore as they ignore our attempts to teach them basic Latin. Expand the existing village, which is no larger than several shacks and a theater, and don't make me regret giving you this assignment. Now rest, because tomorrow you assume your new office of a consul! Congratulations and good luck!"
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Zingopeo Graet scenario, very amazing, I play it at VH.
I won the game in JAn 99 a.D with a 9570 goal people and a rating of 71 culture, 100 propsterity 100 peace, 80 favor!
Enemies was a great problem for me, the invasions were massive, and with no walls and towers it was very difficult to stop them.
I had also some logistic problems when I had to place the docs and the bridges , and also when I had to put the aqueduct in the single corridor.
In the end of the game I only base on taxes, importing oil, and wine with no exportation of pottery and forniture.
Sorry for my orrible english, I am italian.

[Edited on 04/08/12 @ 05:18 PM]

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Hi Zingopeo,
Thanks for playing and I'm glad you enjoyed it. I don't test my scenarios at VH, but it's good to know it's doable. Thank you for your feedback and opinion, it's much appreciated.

Kind regards,

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