|Attila the Hun|
|Introduced in||The Conquerors|
|Attack bonuses|| +40 vs Wild Boar|
+3 vs Building
|Rate of Fire||2.03|
|Line of Sight||5|
"Barbarian hordes feast on the dying Roman empire. The most dangerous of these invaders are the Huns and their ferocious king, Attila. After pouring out of the Caspian steppes, looting and burning all the while, the Huns become so powerful that the Roman Empire is forced to pay a tribute to Attila. But the king of the Huns is still not satisfied, and he mobilizes his horsemen to invade Gaul and eventually Rome itself! Can nothing stop the brutal Attila?"—In-game campaign description
The Attila the Hun campaign consists of 6 scenarios. The player plays as the Huns, and the player color is yellow.
- The Scourge of God
- The Great Ride
- The Walls of Constantinople
- A Barbarian Betrothal
- The Catalaunian Fields
- The Fall of Rome
While the real Attila the Hun did rise to become the leader of the Hunnic Empire following his brother's death, the circumstances of his ascension were pretty much left ambiguous by historical records. Some sources states that Bleda was deliberately murdered by his brother in 445 after the Huns pulled their forces out of Byzantium, while others speculated it was the result of a hunting trip where an assassination attempt was made on Attila's life (and failed).
The hunting trip version of the theory was depicted in the first level of Attila's eponymous campaign.