I cannot wait any longer. Even though my campaign is still missing one scenario, I have decided to make the ones that are finished available to the visitors to RONH. I will add scenario 5 The Carolinas once it is complete; however as long as it took me to perfect these 12 and with my new job and going back to finish my degree this fall, it may be awhile.
The scenarios are numbered to keep them in chronological order. If the scenario number has a B after it, you will play as the British.
I have added several additional units for use in some of the scenarios. They include: Paul Revere, General Ethan Allen, General Richard Montgomery, General Horatio Gates, George Washington, Benedict Arnold, General Gage, General Howe, General John Burgoyne, General Clinton, Lord Cornwallis, Ethiopian Regiment, Queen's Own Loyal Virginians, Hessians, Red Coats, and a few others.
At the beginning of the campaign the Americans will be weak. Their army will not be as advanced as the British, who professed to have "the greatest army in the world". As the campaign progresses, the Americans will gain access to addtional and stronger units, allowing them to compete on an equal basis with the British. Conversely, as the British progress through the campaign, support from England will wane, and it will become more difficult to surpress the colonial rebellion.
The scenarios were designed to be fun. Some are more diffucult than others, and I have designed the scenarios to have different objectives for victory (some are total conquest, while others can be won with a territory victory). If a scenario is too easy for you, change the difficulty settings, add enemy units, or whatever.
I used MSN Encarta for research on the revolution, and was inspired to make this campaign by The Patriot and Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor.
I believe many other great scenarios may still be designed for RON. I hope you enjoy these scenarios; I put a lot of time and revision into them. The originals for 1 Lexington & Concord and 9 Yorktown may be found on this site under American Revolution Sample.
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Mostly very good but there was a bit to much of capturing lots of cities than i would have liked
OK, but some scenarios seemed a bit unbalenced
I have seen American revolution scens before but not this good
Map Design: 5
I liked the way the maps were set out
Good and nicely detailed
A good campaign, looks like a lot of work went into this
How dumb: 4
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How Stupid: 3
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How Idiotic: 4
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How dumb: 5
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How dumb: 4
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Just Kidding. A great campaign, but sometimes it's a little unbalanced. My favorite scenario is the Lower Canada one. It is very balanced, and plays well. A-