Uniting Iran

This is a fictional scenario for Warlords and is very much similar to Genghis Khan scenario being shipped with the game.

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This is a fictional scenario for Warlords and is very much similar to Genghis Khan scenario being shipped with the game.

You play as Nassun with the goal of reaching the top of the score by the end of the game. By far, your biggest enemys (Score wise) are the Egyptians.

Nassun is a vassal of Nassasana at the start of the game. Oh, and Nassasana is furious at Nassun. Wether you patch up relations or add Nassasana to your (hopefully) growing empire is up to you.

This scenario doesn't require any mods to play, and is still a bit rough.

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It is 3061 BC. Nassun, a 15 year old former resident of Nassasana, has vowed to start his own Empire away from his homeland after two years of recruitment. This has enraged the leader of the Nassasana, known as Nasurek. Though Nassun is free to wonder around the lands with his army, he has temporarily agreed to service Nassasana before himself. Can he break free from the grip of Nasurek and unite the Middle East?

This is a fictional scenario, and plays a bit like the Genghis Khan Warlords scenario that is shipped with the game.

You play as Nassun with the goal of reaching the top of the score by the end of the game. By far, your biggest enemys (Score wise) are the Egyptians.

Nassun is a vassal of Nassasana at the start of the game. Oh, and Nassasana is furious at Nassun. Wether you patch up relations or add Nassasana to your (hopefully) growing empire is up to you.

This scenario doesn't require any mods to play, and is still a bit rough. Hopefully however, feedback will be good.

Since I don't think it'd be a great idea to have to load up a mod soley for different religion names, the religions in the scenario are the default ones, and are meant to convey different religions. Obviously Egypt wasn't Hindu, and Africa wasn't Buddhist. But oh well.

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