by Niels Dutka, the Preacher










Jericho Jireh is the Imperial capital of Rabbah, a planet within the Ramah star system.  Palm trees line the streets and enhance the landscape; thus, Jericho Jireh has been dubbed “the City of Palm Trees.”  Because of the great number of cathedrals within the city, Jericho Jireh is also known as the “City of the Righteous”, and it falls under the auspices of the Sisters of Battle.  A recent artillery bombardment struck near the capital building at the center of the map, damaging some of the streets and buildings; however, most of the structures within the city remain unscathed.  Rabbah is the pride of the Imperium, an arid world that has been untouched by aliens for thousands of years.  Recent invasions by alien forces threaten to disrupt the Imperial hold of the city and of the planet.  Once the battle is engaged, it is the righteous that must prevail.

If you intend to play this map as scripted, you will need to use “fixed” starting positions.  Player 1 should be a Sisters of Battle army.  Player 2 can be any Imperial force, or any alien force.  Players 3 and 4 should be alien armies.

This map is designed for up to 4 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.  It is designed so that you can use any combination of victory objectives desired.  Although scripted to include an Imperial army, the map is designed so that you can use any combination of armies you prefer.  The map is large, 512 x 512 in size.  The map contains a total of 4 relics, 5 critical locations, 8 slag deposits, and 36 strategic points.

Download "Jericho Jireh"  version 1.5 (File size: 1.95MB) posted July 17, 2016


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