by Niels Dutka, the Preacher










Samsara Secundus is a planet of little tactical importance.  Three major continents dominate the planet.  The continent of the Southern hemisphere is a vast agricultural plain.  The tropical equatorial continent is home to most of the planet’s population.  The mineral-poor Karma Mountain range dominates the continent of the Northern hemisphere.  The Karma Mountains are icy and inhospitable, seldom tread upon by man.  Nestled in the middle of the Karma Mountains, Mount Shiva towers above the snowy peaks of the surrounding mountains.  Mount Shiva is a live volcano, whose peak is so hot that ice and snow never collect upon it.  While this region has no strategic value, the locals considered Mount Shiva to be holy ground until their ancient religion was declared heretical by the Imperium.  In a recent war, enemy forces were defeated and driven away from the populated areas of the planet.  In an attempt to hide and rebuild their forces, they have established camp on the ridge of Mount Shiva.  The enemy cannot be allowed to regroup.  Our mission is to seek them out and destroy them.

This map is designed for up to 8 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 armies you prefer.  The map is large, 512 x 512 in size.  The map contains no critical locations, so it cannot be played with the “take and hold” victory objective; however, any combination of other victory objectives desired can be employed.  The map contains a total of 4 relics, 8 slag deposits, and 32 strategic points.

Download "Mount Shiva"  version 2.0 (File size: 2.14MB) posted July 17, 2016


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