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A 8 player jungle style map for DOW-DC.
Map dimensions : 512 * 512
map contains 3 critical locations,
2 slag deposits
10 strategic points
plus 4 points and a relic on each island (2 players)
The area's in wich the players start are small, and make for carefull planning your base. Only 2 points for each player close to the starting area. The others have to be found in the jungle. Some points are underneath dense foilage and can't be seen that easely. There is loads of negative cover around (all the water) so positioning your troops on islands is essential. Some jungle area's are so dense that they provide cover. Sharing resources is a must, since there is only 1 slagdeposit for each team.
One half is themed around imperial structures being covered with jungle, the other half of the map is based on tau.
Can be used as a 2v2v2v2 or 4v4, (or any other setting u can think of) and all the winconditions are valid, no custom decals where used.
Many races have tried to claim this jungle covered planet as their own. Till now not a single civilization has managed to withstand the forces of nature. Can you?
Put all the files in your "C:program filesDawn of War - Dark CrusadeDXP2DatascenariosMP" folder
if its asks to overwrite its the loading screen folder, just klick yes, u wont lose any files.
Never did jungle maps before.
I wanne thank the dowfiles staff for making 12th winter map file of the week and all the people that wrote such nice comments and downloaded the map, really gave my ego a boost, and inspired me to finish this one to the same standard.
Thanks for downloading.
I hope u enjoy it.
Greetings Master Z
Any questions/comments: email@example.com
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