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Empire Earth Pack Shot

Empire Earth



by Editor10


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by Editor10

|                     0.        Table of Contents                             |

0. Table of Contents
1. Version History
2. Controls
3. Walkthrough
>3.1 Greek Campaign 
>>3.1.1 Early Heliactic Peoples: 10,000-2,000 BC
>>3.1.2 Warriors From the Sea: 2,000-1,500 BC
>>3.1.3 The Trojan War: 1,300-1,100 BC
>>3.1.4 The Rise of Athens: 1,000-500 BC
>>3.1.5 The Peloponnesian War: 427-404 BC
>>3.1.6 Young Alexander: 336-334 BC
>>3.1.7 A Conqueror is Born 334-332 BC
>>3.1.8 And Alexander Wept 332-330 BC
4. Contact Info
5. Legal

|                     1.        Version History                               |

Version 1.0
     -Greek Campaign (other three coming soon)
Version 1.1
     -fixed width problems
     -added missing essentials (legal & contact info sections)

|                     2.           Controls                                   |

	The controls are the same for each game and are pretty simple:

Left Click:             Select unit
Left Click+Drag:        Select all units in box
Double Left Click:      Select all visible units of that type
Right Click:            Move to spot/attack unit/repair building/etc.
F3:                     Pause
F4:                     Quick Save

|                     3.          Walkthrough                                 |

----------------------------------3.1 Greek Campaign--------------------------

>>3.1.1 Early Heliactic Peoples: 10,000-2,000 BC

Difficulty: 5/10
Length: 4/10
Fun: 6/10

Blue-   Anatolians
Green-  Dorians
Orange- Troas

Leaders/Important People:
Herikles- Warrior Hero, leader of your people.
Kalkas-   Your prophet.

When you start off you are in this wierd little town.  Take all of
your people down the road to the bend with the gold and iron put a settlement
in the middle and divide your citizens amongst gold, iron, wood, and food.
When you have resources advance to the stone age and build a barracks.  Start
making spearmen (15-20 should cut it).  When you have your army gather up your
people (except the citizens in wood and food) and send them along the road
until you see the town of Troas.  Head off the road and up the hill on your
right and proceed south until you reach the sea then proceed south along the
coast until you find a small sheltered cove have herikles stay there  with your
citezens and half your spearmen then send kalkas and the other macemen up the
coast until you come across the dock the Troas soldiers will attack you, just
distract them with the spearmen and have kalkas proceed directly to their dock
when he reaches it turn tail and flee.  Only a few will follow you have your
other force of spearmen come up and slaughter them.  Now that you have
dock technology, build one in your sheltered cove.  when it finishes build
two war rafts and transports for the people you brought.

Load up and set sail across the very small Agean sea.  if the Troas
war rafts attack you leave your war rafts behind to cover you.  When you land
in thessaly quickly proceed west to the plateau.  If the horse annoyances
attack you use your spearmen (which you should have given attack and health
upgrades) to annihilate them.  When you reach the plateau send your spearmen
to the north end as the horse people's base is in that direction.  Set your
citizens about building a settlement and barracks.  When you are done Kalkas
will require you to build a temple.  While you're doing this the horse people
will attack once or twice, just kill them with your spearmen.  Should they
kill some citizens and make you understand why I call them horse annoyances
you can exact revenge by sending Kalkas to cast firestorm on their outpost
north west of you.  Get in the sprit and raze the whole thing to the ground.
When the temple finishes building you win.

>>3.1.2 Warriors from the Sea: 2,000-1,500 BC

Difficulty: 5/10
Length: 7/10
Fun: 6/10

Blue-   Danaans
Red-    Messenians
Purple- Minoans
Yellow- Achaians

Leaders/Important People:
King Pelops-    Warrior Hero, your King (must survive)
Sons of Pelops- 3 swordsmen (one must survive)

You start on the island of Crete with 6 citizens.  Have them quickly
build a capitol and immediately go build a dock.  When that's done put them
in wood and begin building transports and war rafts.  The objective here is
to leave the island as quickly as possible (AQAP :) ).  If you stick around
a huge minoan army comes to kick your ass.  don't think you stand a chance,
they come from off the map and continuously regenerate.  When your little
fleet is ready, load up and get out of there.  A couple minutes after you
land in Greece the army comes and razes your capitol and dock.

Sail north toward the illuminated area when the minoan battleships
attack you leave your war rafts behind to cover your escape.  When you
reach land unload and take your people north to build a capitol on the Argos
plateau.  Hunt for food until you have 750 then advance into the copper age.
Now have your citizens build a granary and farms.  When you have more food
build more citizens and put them in gold, iron, and food.  Then make more
and build a barracks.  Get the civ-buildings, walls, and towers cost
reduction upgrade, and start walling in your city. When you run out of stone
build up a force of macemen, spearmen, and sampsons and head south to the
stone mine you should have passed on your way in (bring 5 citizens also).
when you reach it have your citizens build and populate a settlement into a
town center.  Build four to six more citizens and put them to work in stone.
Meanwhile send your troops south to the coast (leave a couple macemen and
spearmen to gaurd).  proceed west and find the Achaian archery range use
your sampsons to destroy it.  Then return to your stone outpost.  Use your
stone to finish fortifying your city, build towers and an archery range to
attack your attackers form inside your walls.  Also build a hospital to heal
and temple for priests.

Now that you have defended the flourishing city of Argos start
building your army.  You will need approx 20-25 spearmen and about 5 sampsons,
plus optional priest or two if you want your own horsemen.  Set out northwest
you should find a small gap in the trees making a path that heads up a hill
send in your spearmen and priest but have the sampsons stay back as they are
easily killed and can't fight people.  you emerge into a clearing that is part
of the first Achaian base kill or convert all the horsemen in the clearing
then make sure none are hiding in the town. When you have hunted them all
down send your spearmen to raze the stable so they can't make more horse
idiots. Meanwhile send your sampsons to destroy the town center.  When you
have destroyed that proceed to destroy the rest of the military buildings and
then the houses.  When the town has been razed head back to your city.  Start
making your homeland security forces (archers) as the Achaians come for
revenge with a horse army ~80% of the time.

After you fight off the counter attack, get down to healing and
rebuilding/adding to your army.  If you want to finish off the second Achaian
base in one shot you'll need approx. 30 spearmen and 10 sampsons, plus priests
(there are more horsemen gaurding the town).  When you are done, send you army
due north until you reach the trees, then head west.  Stop when you are just
northeast of the second Achaian villiage.  Cautiously enter the town, DO NOT
be lulled into a false sense of security by the sight of no horsemen.  They
are hiding just out of sight on the other side of town and will appear and
kill your sampsons if you just send them in to destroy the town center.
Instead send your spearmen and priests straight across the town to where the
horsemen are waiting.  Slaughter them.  Then send in your sampsons to destroy
the town center, it's the only thing you need to destroy so you can let your
spearmen do want  they want but keep them selected because more horsemen tend
to show up via the stable.  When the town center collapses you win.

>>3.1.3 The Trojan War: 1,300-1,100 BC

Difficulty:  4/10
Length: 8/10
Fun: 8/10

Blue-   Argos
Yellow- Achaea
Purple- Ithaca
Red-    Sparta
Green-  Dorians
Orange- Troy

Leaders/Important People:
Argos and allies:
Agamemnon-  King of Argos  (must survive)
Menelaus-   King of Sparta (must survive)
Achilies-   King of Achaea (must survive)
Odysseus-   King of Ithaca (must survive)
King Priam: King of Troy (must be killed)

You start out with 4 "Elite Warriors" and 10 citizens.  Put eight
citizens to work in a farm (Build it next to your town center (outside of
city)).  Build 13(:/) more citizens.  Send Agamemnon and his elites west out
of the city and up the hill to recruit Menelaus.  Then take your royal army
north through Sparta, and cross the road into Achaea.  After recruiting
Achillies just inside the town head west along the road to the Achaian dock.
Send just Agamemnon over to Ithaca  to recruit Odysseus.  Take Odyseus,
Agamemnon, and the Ithacan Warriors back to meet up with the rest of your army.
Meanwhile, send all the boats you have recruited to the Argive dock
(Argive-Argos, Spartan-Sparta if you were wondering).  Send your army back to
Argos to meet up with your extra citezens.

Now build a wall from the West corner of argos diagonally until you
reach either trees or the coast.  Then build a gate and send your army and five
of the citizens north up the road to the first gold mine.  Defend your citizens
from the Dorians as they completely wall in the gold mine.  ADD SPACE FOR A
SETTLEMENT!  (Also make sure one of the walls is at least 5 segments long).
Build a gate and put your citizens inside to build a settlement populate it
into a town center and lock the gate.  Now you have a pretty well secured base
that puts out gold build 4 more citizens and start the gold production.  Take
your army back to your side of the long wall down by the beach and load them
up on transports.  Put the Kings all on the Argive transport and the troops on
the Odyssean transports.  Now you only have one ship that would catastrophic
to lose as opposed to 4 (you also can tell it apart).  Send your other ten
citezens to work in stone and wood (located southwest of argos).  When you
have the resources make 20 Archers, and 5 sampsons to add to your force.  Also
make ten more citizens.  When all is ready load up the citizens, sampsons, and
archers and set sail!

Head due east until you reach the edge of the map, then head north.
Eventually you will reach a beach you can land on, unload the kings, archers,
and citizens.  Have your citizens build a fort on the beach.  Include: a dock,
a temple, an archery range, a hospital a settlement (populate into town
center), a space in the middle(the beach) to hold your troops, a gate to get
in and out, and at least four towers.  When you are done put the citizens back
on the boat to "store them".  Now the best way to defeat the seemingly endless
army the Trojans have is to use a lure tactic.  First, make 2 to 3 priests.
Then, unlock the gate out of your fort and have Menelaus ride forth and
attract a bunch of Trojans.  Then ride back to camp and lock the gate behind
you.  Kill or convert the Trojans who followed you with your archers and


When the army is finally gone send forth Agamemnon and the sampsons.
Have the sampsons bring down both of the towers out side the city in front of
the gate.  Have Agamemnon heal their injuries as they work.  Move on to the
gate to get the "this is folly dialogue".  But Odysseus has an idea, send your
citizens in their transport up north to the grotto.  Bring two battleships as
escourts.  unload and build the temple.  When it completes a Trojan horse pops
out of the ground (literally) back on the beach.  Gotta love 1990's graphics.
Anyway load the kings, the sampsons and as many elites as you can fit (if no
sampsons died it's about 11). Bring the horse to the gates of the city.  After
the cinematic unload your troops. Send the sampsons to raze the palace and
have everyone else gang up on King Priam and kill him.  If any stray troops
decide to attack the temples quickly send them to do something else like
burn down a house.  When the palace is razed and Priam is dead you win.

>> 3.1.4 The Rise of Athens: 1,000-500 BC

Difficulty: 5/10
Length: 5/10
Fun: 6/10

Blue-   Athens
Future Allies:
Orange- Aphidna
Green-  Eleusis
Purple- Pallene
Red-    Sparta
Yellow- Thebes

Leaders/Important People:
Theseus-           Your Leader (must survive)
Athenian Nobility- 5 swordsmen (two must survive)

You start with a priest, 5 Athenian Nobility, and 9 citizens.  In order
to beat the other towns you need an army.  Make 6 Spearmen and 10 Archers.
Then put your citizens to work by building a granary.  You will then run out
of wood, make four more citizens.  Send them and the extra 9th original
citizen to chop down trees.  When you have 100 make a settlement.  Meanwhile
take your army northwest along the road leaving the north side of Athens.
When you reach the junction continue forward into the town of Aphidna.  After
you kill the army, back in athens make 5 citizens.  Send them to Aphidna to
build a settlement in the middle of the resources.  Populate it into a town
center and make 15 citizens.  Put four in gold, iron, and 2 on each stone.
The other three should build a wall all around the resourses and town center.
Then build a hospital and heal your wounded army.

Now on to rebuilding your army.  Back in Athens make 10 spearmen, 10
macemen, 10 archers, 5 cavalry, and 5 sampsons.  By now 90% of the time Aphina
will have killed the Pallene army.  If so send Thesseus and two nobles to
recruit them.  Otherwise just send in your new army(don't bring sampsons).
Now for Eleusis,  This time send your army down the West road in the direction
of sparta but turn off into Eleusis.  Use your sampsons to bring down the gate.
Also use a flare to call in your allies to help.  When citezens come to repair
the gate or when it falls the gate will open.  Rush in and kill the army.

Now you must return to athens.  When you get there thesseus will get
"taken up".  Now you will be attacked by Sparta and Thebes.  bring the wood
citizens inside and lock all gates.  Now make 10 more archers.  Use your 30 or
so archers to kill the attacking Spartans and Thebans.  Also use your citizens
to repair gates.  Your allies will help you.  When all Spartans and Thebans in
Attica are dead you win.

>>3.1.5 The Peloponessian War: 427-404 BC

Difficulty: 4/10
Length: 4/10
Fun: 4/10 (kinda annoying)

Blue-   Athens
Green-  Rhegium
Purple- Taras
Orange- Segesta
Red-    Sparta
Yellow- Corinth

Leaders/Important People:
Pericles- Strategic Hero

First off get everyone inside athens.  Once you do that put all
citizens in wood.  If a citizen or soldier gets plague send them to the
hospitals.  Send Pericles to the parthenon to find out that you need 10,000
food (!?!?).  To do this you need two diplomats but bring a thrid also.  Send
them to the docks to get diplomatic ships.  Now build an escourt of 4
battleships, 4 frigates, and 4 galleys.  When your fleet is ready set sail,
sail due south.  When you reach the edge of the map turn west and head for the
two ports in Magna Gracea (italy).  Send a diplomatic ship to each one to get a
total of 6 grain ships.  Then you will be told of a town called Segestia, send
the third diplomatic ship there to gain control of the city.  have the
citezens immdiately build a stable and archery range before going to work in
gold.  Build up an elephant army (Sparta will attack later).

Meanwhile, send your convoy back to athens to get 2,500 food for each 
grain boat that makes it, in other words, if more than two are sunk, you lose.
When they arrive back in athens the plague will end.  Now use the gold from
Segestia to make another elephant army (20 elephant archers, 10 war elephants).
Now watch them crush the Spartan army.  Then proceed to corinth along with
your phalanxes.  Use the phalanxes to destroy the baslitae (plural fo balista)
while the elephants annihilate everyoone else.  When all Spartans on your side
of corinth are dead, you win.

>>3.1.6 Young Alexander: 336-334 BC

Difficulty: 6/10
Length: 4/10
Fun: 7/10

Turquiose- Macedon
Yellow-    Thebes
Blue-      Athens
Red-       Sparta
Purple-    Hill Tribes (dont appear after cinematics)
Orange-    Mytillene
Turquiose- Macedon (the buildings you don't control in your city)

Leaders/Important People:
Alexander- Strategic Hero (must survive)
Aristotle- Prophet (useful but not essential)

Yay! Alexander the Great!  At first just watch and follow the
cinematics, get horses, kill assassins, and send Alex to the town center.  Now
send Aristotle to Mytillene to get the herbs so he can learn milaria.  Watch
out for the two Hurricanes!  Put your citizens to work in the farm.  Now to
build your army, you need 3 more phalanxes, 5 chariot archers, and 5 companion
cavalry.  Now proceed to the yellow flags. Save, it takes a try or two.   Put
you companion cavalry off to the side.  Have aristotle run foward and cast
milaria.  this weakens the troops as well as lures them after him.  Retreat
behind your phalanxes and tear the Theabans to shreads after they rush past
your cavalry, swing the cavalry aroud and take out the balistae.  If Aristotle
died, Use the traditional stategy.  Put your Cavarly off to the side, then send
your Phalanxes foward until they reach the army.  Knock-out the Balistae from
the side with your cavalry, and watch the now pretty weak army get sluaghtered 
by your men.

After they are all dead Thebes allies with you.  Now rebuild your
army, make 10 more companion cavalry and phalanxes.  Advance down the road
and repeat with the Athenian army.  After they ally with you rush back to
Pella (your capitol) to defend against the Spartans.  Bring in your grain
citizens, and make as many more archers as you can and send your companion
cavalry to the northwest gate.  Lock the other two.  Use your archers to kill
off the bulk of the phalanx troops, and have the citizens repair the spots the
siege engines are attacking.  Now have your cavalry ride out and wipe out the
engines.  When the last Spartan falls you win.

>>3.1.7 A Conqueror is Born: 334-332 BC

Difficulty: 7/10
Length: 8/10
Fun: 8/10

Turqoise- Macedon
Blue-     Antioch
Yellow-   Persians
Orange-   Tyre
Red-      Issus

Leaders/Important People:
Alexander the Great- Strategic Hero, your leader (must survive)
General Philotas-    Warrior Hero, mounted (must survive)
General Craterus-    warrior Hero, foot (must survive)
General Meleger-     Strategic Hero, foot (must survive)
General Arsannes-    Warrior Hero (must be killed)
General Memnon-      Strategic Hero (must be killed)

You start with good sized army and two generals.  Move your army to
the cyan colored flags.  Set aside Alexander and Philotus.  Have Philotus run
across the river and attract  some enemy troops.  now have him run back past
your army.  The Persians, bent on his destruction will let the rest of your
army slaughter them without a fight.  When all who followed Philotus are dead,
have Agamemnon heal.  Lather rinse and repeat.  If you get a lot per run it's
over after two runs.  When the Persian army flees, you find out about two new
objectives.  Issus and Tyre.  March southeast to Issus!

When you arrive, set up your army facing south on the north side of
the town.  The Persians are on the other side of the river south of the town.
Repeat the tactic from before.  Make sure Agamemnon heals all troop between
runs.  When just the two generals, Arsannes and Memnon are left send your
whole army across the river.  And kill them.

Now march south to where General Meleger is waiting.  Send Philotus to
Enlist the town of Antioch.  You now need to establish naval supremacy.  Step
1: you need the bronze age equivelent of radar.  Send two citizens to where
your army is.  Find a large flat spot along the coast.  Build walls (6 to 7
segments long) facing northwest and southwest.  Now build four or so towers
on the outside along the coast.  GET THE RANGE UPDATE.  Or you will commit
suicide in frustration, when the Persians attack the towers from just outside
their range.  Anyway when done with your defenses build a "Pharos Lighthouse"
inside the arrow (<) shaped wall.

Now you can see pretty much the entire ocean, and the ships on it.
Back in  Antioch put have your citezens build a settlement between the stone
mine and the east gold and iron mines.  Now put 6 on gold, iron, and stone,
and 10 on wood.  If you dont want to get any upgrades (shame on you!) you'll
need at least: 2,500 gold, 4,500 wood, and 2,000 iron =0.  So instead of just
waiting, go take a week off to go to Europe and leave the game running while
you do (nah just go have lunch).

You will want 6 battleships, and 4 firgates, galleys, and catapult
ships.  First, build one of each type of warship, and get the following
upgrades.  2 attack, 2 health, and 1 speed, for each ship.  Finish your fleet
and set out for the southwest corner of the map.  Kill all boats in your path
and avoid the island (it's crap loaded with towers).  Sail around to the south
harbor of Tyre.  Burn it down and flee before you lose your whole fleet.  Now
build four more catapult ships back in Antioch.  Send them east to the coast,
and select the narrow arrow :) formation to minimize your formation's width.
hug the coast until you are due west or the Tyrean north harbor.  Sail over
and burn it down too.  Now kill off any remainig Persian vessels.  The Tyreans
don't have any citizens so they can't build new docks!

When you have total supremacy in the ocean start building another
fleet of 10 catapult ships.  Have them destroy any thing they can hit on the
island.  Starting with towers.  Meanwhile send your amry to meet Philotus in
Antioch.  When the all the Tyrean buildings that could be destroyed have been
destroyed, build 6 transports and load up.  Drop your troops of at the northern
tip of the island. and send them straight to the capitol killing all in their
path.  Have the siege engines take out the capitol while your army defends
them.  When the Capitol building on the island of Tyre collapses, you win.

>>3.1.8 And Alexander Wept: 332-330 BC

Difficulty: 4/10
Length: 6/10
Fun: 9/10

Turqoise- Macedon
Blue-     Gaza
Green-    Babylon
Yellow-   Imperial Persian Army
Red-      Persepolis
Orange-   Hill Tribes
Pink-     Gaugamela
Neither seen nor heard but apparently there:
Gray-     Bedouins

Leaders/Important People:
Alexander the Great- Strategic Hero, your leader (must survive)
General Craterus-    Warrior Hero, foot (must survive)
General Philotas-    Warrior Hero, mounted (must survive)
Imperial Persian Army:
King Darius          Strategic Hero, mouted (must be killed)
General Bessus-      Warrior Hero, mounted (must be killed)

The most fun scenario in the game.  Anyway have your citezens build a
granary.  Also make five more for a town center near the trees.  Now make 3
more companion cavalry and 5 more archers and phalanxes.  When you are ready,
March north then south west(when you can) toward Gaugamela.  You discover the
hill tribes.  Slaughter the stone age idiots and raze every building.  You now
learn that even more plunder can be found in Babylon.

March south to Babylon you discover they have strange warriors...  Who
cares?!  Kill them all.  When the Babylonian army is all gone send Alexander
into the city to recieve its coffers.  Now back in Gaza you should have plenty
of money to make more troops for your army.  Make as many as you can but try
to make about the same amount for everything.  Regroup with your original army
where the hill tribes used to be.

March on to Gaugamela but stop on the west bank of the Tigris river.
Now use the tactic from the last senario in Palestine.  Make sure Alexander
gets a chance to heal your army's wounds as the Persians have War elephants.
And if you paid attention during the Peloponessian war, you know war elephants
slaughter phalanxes.  Don't pursue the Persians.  Instead, let Alexander heal,
THEN form up and march.

March west across the Euphrates river and on to the pass.  Kill Darius
and his men outside the wall, then quickly kill the towers.  Have your men
Bring down the gate while Alexander heals them.  When the gate falls rush in
and kill Bessus and his men.  When the Persians gaurding the pass are dead,
have Alexander heal, then march.

Go through the pass and kill the persian army outside Persopolis.
When the last annoying war elephant dies, Persopolis surrenders.  March into
the city and to the tomb.  Oh no assassins!  Kill them.  When the last
conspiritor dies, you win.  Now watch the final cinematic as Philotus
"dramaticly" dies and celebrate your victory as well as the completion of the
Greek campaign!

|                     4.       Contact Information                            |

If you have any questions/complaints/constructive critisism i'd be glad to hear

my e-mail is [email protected]

I will accept:
a. constructive critisism
such as: (hey you can do scenario x better by...)
b. questions
These i can use to make an FAQ section

I will not accept:
a. chain mails
b. flaming
c. horrendous grammar (dont talk to me like you're texting)
d. non-construstive critisism (you suck/your guide sucks/i hate you etc, etc)
while quite possibly true this is utterly unhelpful

|                     5.              Legal                                   |

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