- Mar 11, 2012
June Game of the Month: Henry and the Dragon
What if there had been no clear resolution to the Wars of the Roses?
The Tudors had a weak claim to the throne anyway and...
What would have been the fallout if Richard III had not been killed at the Battle of Bosworth?
What if his son was now the king of an independent York?
There's two pathways in this game:
The easy route:
...and the hard route:
...but there's something else, something terrible lurking somewhere in the distance... it might be a race against time to complete those primary and secondary goals before all hell breaks loose...
No matter whether you start as Henry in London, or Henry in York, your primary and secondary goals are as follows:
Own all British Isles region
CoT and capital in London
Statute in Restraint of Appeals
All British cultures fully Protestant
Scoring will be as follows:Secondary Goals
Primary goals and...
Own all Thirteen Colonies region
CoT in Manhattan
Be in continuous possession of Calais
Pass Calais is staple port decision (if England)
Dadra and Goa
For a total of 11 pointsPlayed to end of scenario: +1
Played as York:+1
Primary goals:+ 2
Secondary goals: +2
Bonus goals: +2
Third place:+ 1
Second place:+ 2
First place: +3
First, second and third place will be awarded to those who complete the challenges in the fastest possible time.
If you don't manage to hit the primary goals, end of scenario counts as 1st Jan 1644. Otherwise play until completion of desired goals.
But what about the bonus goals?