by Niels Dutka, the Preacher










Amasa Secundus is a temperate planet that orbits a golden dwarf star.  The city of Bochim is located on the main continent.  Bochim was once a proud Imperial city, but has been devastated by a century of continued warfare, various armies pushing their way back and forth across the urban terrain until little remains of the municipal structures.  Its beautiful lawns have been furrowed with muddy trenches and pitted with craters.  Its gardens have been burnt and strewn with razorwire.  Its once proud buildings have been reduced to rubble, and many have been converted to basement bunkers.  Imperial engineers have worked to clear much of the rubble from the city and to reinforce defensive positions; however, the seemingly perpetual conflict and shifting positions of control make this an incessant task.  Only the total eradication of enemy forces can insure peace and allow reclamation of the city.

This map contains a unique feature.  Normally, when two streets cross each other, they form an intersection.  In Bochim, one of the streets was designed to be an underpass, while the crossing streets were built on bridges to form an overpass.  The streets were designed in this fashion to allow traffic to flow more quickly without having to stop at intersections.  Unfortunately, the bridges have collapsed from explosions during combat.

This map is designed for up to 6 players.  It is suitable for team-play or for a free-for-all battle against live opponents.  It is also suitable for a single player to fight against the computer AI.  Although scripted to include at least one Imperial force, the map is suitable for any combination of armies you prefer.  The map is enormous, 1024 x 1024 in size, so it may take a long time to load.  It is designed to use any combination of victory objectives desired.  The map contains a total of 3 critical locations, 6 relics, 12 slag deposits, and 48 strategic points.

Download "Cry Havoc"  version 1.0 (File size: 5.04MB) posted December 1, 2017


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