Restoration of Erathia Manual Page 9
Current Map Size
Show Available Scenarios
Size Filter Buttons
Show/Hide Chat (Multiplayer Only)
＃ of Total Players/
Show Advanced Options
Before you can start a single player or multiplayer game, you must choose which scenario you want to
play. This is done using the Scenario Selector. Here you may also set the game difficulty and choose
which forces you want to control in a single player game. In a multiplayer game, the host assigns players
to their forces (see Multiplayer, pg. 59).
You may toggle the display of available scenarios by clicking the Show Available Scenarios button. You can
move the list up and down using the scroll bar along the right side of the list. When you click on a scenario's
name, it becomes highlighted and its scenario description and win/loss conditions are displayed. The
difficulty settings control the strength of the computer opponent's starting resources and artificial intelligence.
To start the highlighted scenario, click the Begin button. Click the Back button to return to the Main Menu.
Size of Map
Maps may be small, medium, large, or extra large in size. Size refers to the tile dimension of the
Adventure Map a scenario is played on. While many factors affect length of play, this can be used as a
rough gauge of how long it will take to complete a scenario, with larger maps taking more time. The Map
List Box's display may be constrained to a list of maps of a certain size by using the Size Filter buttons
located directly above it.
Size Filter Button
Map Size Displayed
XL (extra large)
All of the Above
36 x 36
72 x 72
108 x 108
144 x 144
All of the Above