|Odenathus vs Persians|
|Game||Age of Empires: The Rise of Rome|
|Campaign||Enemies of Rome|
|Course of campaign|
|Previous||The Revolt of Spartacus|
Scenario Instructions Edit
The Emperor and the main Roman armies are busy defending other frontiers. They are relying on you, Odenathus, Prince of Palmyra, to defend the East. Persians are besieging the city of Edessa and have captured other towns nearby. You are to drive the Persians from the area.
- Destroy the Persians.
- Player (Palmyrans ): The player starts with a small fortified base, protected by walls and towers with a small group of Slingera and Bowmen, and two undefended small base near the center of the map.
- Persians (Persians ): The Persians (your enemy) stars with two large bases, with plenty of resources available and already have a force of Bowman , Stone Throwers , and Armored Elephants.
You start off with a small fortified base, protected by walls and towers with a small force of Slingers and Bowmen, and two undefended small gathering bases near the center of the map - one Granary with Berry Bushes, and one Storage Pit with Gold and Stone Mines.
The Walls and Towers will protect your base for now, so split your troops between the two outposts, and build some military buildings there while you train more Villagers. The Palmyrans have good archers, so train some Composite Bowmen as soon as possible. If the Persians use lots of Cavalry, train Camel Riders, but if not, save the resources.
Your Composite Bowmen, plus some Stone Throwers or Ballistas, will be enough to take down the enemy if you act quickly. If you decide to gather resources and wait patiently, make sure to create plenty of Heavy Horse Archers, as they're efficient against almost all units if used properly, and Priests to convert Persia's Armored Elephants. Make sure the first base is completely destroyed before moving on to the next. Hunt down the last unit and victory will be yours.