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Before leaving, collect the four Men-at-arms and four Crossbowmen willing to follow and help you. Follow the road south to the two Dire Wolves. Kill the Wolves, using your Crossbowmen to dispatch them one at a time. Continue on the path and watch the spectacular battle between the French army and the British.

Don't get involved. After the battle, continue to the river. There you'll encounter two groups of highwaymen. They should pose little challenge. Follow the road as it swings north. Eventually, the road curves southwest and you come to a bridge.

Cross it and follow the road. Take your troops back across the bridge and follow the road back the way you came. When you pass the first section of trees on the south side of the road, turn south. You'll come to another forest. Stay close to it and follow it around west and then south.

Soon you'll see the walls of the Burgundian encampment. A road on the southwest side of the forest will lead you to the front gates of this Burgundian encampment. Four Archers and two Light Cavalry wait for you to assault the encampment walls. Keep your forces beyond Archer range from the walls and send a single Knight to hit the gate once or twice.

This triggers the troops within to come out and attack. Quickly return your Knight to your troops. First out of the gate will be the Light Cavalry; dispatch them in a hurry, as Archers soon appear on the scene. The Archers are the reason for keeping your distance from the walls. If you get too close, they'll hide and attack with impunity from behind the walls and gate. After they've advanced a short distance from the gate, quickly charge before they can retreat back inside.

If they make it back in, retreat and wait for them to show themselves again. Don't attempt to follow a unit through a gate: the gate will close, instantly killing any troops under it. Now make short work of the gate itself with your Capped Ram. Once inside, send the Ram to take out the Tower to the west. Head northwest and cross the river. Follow the riverbank to the south and then west. After you pass the forest along the north bank of the east-west river, proceed with extreme caution.

A large army of Burgundians waits nearby and, if they attack, you have no chance of defeating them. Leave all but one of your troops at the forest edge. Send a single unit, preferably a Knight, farther along the bank of the river until you activate the three Transports that await you. If you should activate the Burgundian army, charge your lone unit at the enemy as you quickly send your Transports down to your waiting troops.

To board the Transports, select your troops and then right-click on the Transports. When the first Transport fills up, simply right-click on another, and again on the last. Once your troops are safely in the Transports, follow the river southeast. You'll come to a fork where a Burgundian ship sits at anchor. Don't linger near the ship or it may attack. Make haste down the right fork and follow the river southwest. Soon you'll see a French Outpost on the east bank.

Disembark and collect more reinforcements, including two Scorpions. This activates a force of Burgundian soldiers with a Mangonel. Cross the river to the west, where a small force of highwaymen waits to attack you, as well. After you eliminate this final menace, continue along the road to the Chateau of Chinon. You should be able to dispatch them handily. Send wounded soldiers, including Joan, to him for healing after the fight.

After you reach Blois and gather your new troops, head out the northeast gate and proceed north to the riverbank. Follow the bank east to the Dock, where two Transports await you. Use them to cross the river. Once all of your troops and the Trade Carts are on the north shore, take them to the city of Orleans. When they reach the Town Center, you'll receive resources to start your economy.

Wall the bridge to the south right away and then wall the area west of Orleans. Position your Crossbowmen in the Towers to the extreme east. Build two Towers to guard the walls at the bridge. Wall the area above the bridge; build an east-west wall stretching from the river to your wall west of Orleans.

Building a city gate in this area will allow you to deploy troops in the region and give your Villagers access for wall repair. Now you can concentrate on economic growth. Your army is large enough to take care of the light excursions the British send to harass your walls east of the Cathedral.

Use the many Farms west of the city for food. The British tend to use Longbowmen, Spearmen, Men-at-arms, and Monks, mingled with a few siege weapons. Counter the British Monks with your own Monks. You'll also need Monks to heal your forces during and after skirmishes.

Monks are great assets against computer opponents because there tend to be limits to resources and population in campaign scenarios. A liberal supply of Monks will boost your economy by allowing you to get the most out of your troops. Because of the abundance of English Longbowmen, avoid using Swordsmen. Don't engage Spearmen with your Cavalry units; they'll be hopelessly countered.

To counter Spearmen, opt instead for Crossbowmen. Upgrading your units is important in most scenarios and this one is no exception. Build an Archery Range as one of your first buildings. The Archery Range will supply you with the Skirmisher and Crossbowman units you need and later will allow you to build a Siege Workshop. Once you reach the Castle Age, build a Monastery so you can train Monks.

Also build the Siege Workshop, because you'll need a few Battering Rams to take down the British Castle and win the scenario. Mangonels will help counter enemy Longbowmen, British Towers, and walls. They're key, too, for destroying troops assailing your walls guarding the southern bridge. Of the two northern British encampments, it's easiest to assault the westernmost encampment first.

You begin this scenario with a force strong enough to protect you into the Castle Age and beyond. Send a unit west toward the battle standard to acquire Transports and two Demolition Ships. Feel free to use the Demolition Ships to destroy a British ship at will. Use the Transports to land your troops on the north bank, at the map's east edge. A short walk northeast along the map edge reveals a gold pile at the edge of a forest.

Establish your economic base in this clearing. There you'll find a fair amount of gold, plenty of forest, some stone, and Sheep. Don't dock and fish on the river, as the British will simply build up a large navy and destroy your work. Two Burgundian Towers lie to your north and west. Using Joan and your Knights, you can destroy these Towers with no damage to your troops. As you approach, jog left or right when the Towers fire.

The Burgundians haven't researched Murder Holes and, thus, can't hurt your troops once they're next to the Towers. Begin collecting the Sheep scattered about the area. You can send a Scout along the river far to the west. There, just east of the British Dock, you'll find a few more Sheep. Three chokepoints work well as you begin walling in your economy. Just beyond where the northern Tower used to be you'll find a nice spot to wall. Wall the gap between the two forests north of your stone pile, blocking this entrance to your town.

Finally, wall from the western forest to the river. Use the small forest between the two to supplement your wall, if you wall the hidden path that leads through it. As you wall yourself in, and even thereafter, small forces of Burgundians will cross the river from the west to harass you. Erect a gate on the west bank. Each time the Burgundians attempt to cross, they'll attack the gate, alerting you to their presence. Simply dispatch troops to eliminate the threat and then send a Villager to repair any damage.

Focus on reaching the Castle Age and upgrading your units fully. In the Castle Age, build Monks to heal your original forces. You also can put Monks near the gate area to convert any troops that come knocking. The village isn't walled, but has several Towers placed close together for protection. To effect a quick resignation from Burgundy, build three Rams, guard them with your troops, and take down some Towers.

Upon resigning, Burgundy will delete most of his buildings, including all remaining Towers. Send Villagers to mine gold and stone left in his area. If you walled in your original town correctly, it will be largely left alone. Leave Joan in this town she would become the main target in the battles at the Castles. Your army should comprise about twenty-five percent Knights, twenty-five percent Pikemen, twenty-five percent Throwing Axemen, four or five Monks, and five or six Battering Rams.

Upgrade all of your units fully. Travel with a few Villagers to erect defenses along the way and to repair the Rams as needed. Build defenses at every crossing of the north-south river to keep the British and Fastolf's armies off your flanks.

A British encampment lies due north of the now-deserted Burgundy village. Of the three Castles, raze this first. Work clockwise to destroy the remaining Castles. After your assault on the first Castle, you'll face one of the most strenuous battles of the campaign: Fastolf turns his steady stream of smaller forces into a torrent of destruction. You'll suffer severe losses. Build a defensive area, including a Castle of your own and erect plenty of Towers.

Relic need to look at the attack of these units, not just their health, speed, pack and unpack times. Siege does not work with Infinite gold. And they die super fast, one unit in the minimum range will destroy SO. Siege in AoE4 need way way more changes to work. The fact that you have almost Infinite gold makes it impossible maybe. Bombards behave like modern tanks because their deploy time is almost nothing, so they can fire, move to safety, re-aim, deploy again and repeat. French cannons are worse and dominate everything.

The strength of mangonels is oppressive to all foot units. In AoE2 you are super limited on gold! In AoE4 you can mass gold like crazy. With Abbasids market you get k easely super fast. BUT the cost IS not the same.

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