The campaigns in the Age of Empires games are separate series of scenarios based on historical or mythical events that feature cinematic cutscenes, narrative elements, often special objectives, and unique units.

The Campaign Editor (contained in the Scenario Editor) allows players to create custom campaigns.

Age of Empires Edit

Age of Empires Edit

Demo campaigns Edit

The Rise of Rome Edit

Demo campaigns Edit

With the release of the Definitive Edition, both Reign of the Hittites and First Punic War campaigns were included officially.

Age of Empires II Edit

AOK Campaigns

The campaign menu in The Age of Kings

The Age of Kings Edit

  1. William Wallace (Celts)
  2. Joan of Arc (Franks)
  3. Saladin (Saracens)
  4. Genghis Khan (Mongols)
  5. Barbarossa (Teutons)

The Conquerors Edit


The campaign menu in The Conquerors

  1. Attila the Hun (Huns)
  2. El Cid (Spanish, Saracens)
  3. Montezuma (Aztecs)
  4. Battles of the Conquerors (various)

The Forgotten Edit


The campaign menu in The Forgotten

  1. Alaric (Goths)
  2. Dracula (Magyars, Slavs, Turks)
  3. Bari (Byzantines)
  4. Sforza (Italians)
  5. El Dorado (Incas, Spanish)
  6. Prithviraj (Indians)
  7. Battles of the Forgotten (various)

HD: The African Kingdoms Edit


The campaign menu in The African Kingdoms

  1. Tariq ibn Ziyad (Berbers)
  2. Sundjata (Malians)
  3. Francisco de Almeida (Portuguese)
  4. Yodit (Ethiopians)

HD: Rise of the Rajas Edit

RotR campaigns

The campaign menu in Rise of the Rajas

  1. Gajah Mada (Malay)
  2. Suryavarman I (Khmer)
  3. Bayinnaung (Burmese)
  4. Le Loi (Vietnamese)

DE: The Last KhansEdit

Campaign medals

The gold, silver and bronze medals awarded upon scenario/campaign completion.

Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition contains all of the original campaigns from Age of Empires II, with new ones added: The Art of War and The Last Khans. Unlike the original game, a completed scenario selection will be marked with a bronze, silver or gold medal depending on whether the scenario was beaten on the "standard", "moderate" or "hard" difficulty respectively. If an entire campaign is completed, the selection of the campaign will also feature a medal, which corresponds to the lowest difficulty a scenario is completed at. In addition, all campaigns are now classified by continent, but still show what expansion it belongs to (e.g. the Sundjata campaign is located in the African section, but still shows that it belongs to the The African Kingdoms expansion), and both Battles of the Conquerors and Battles of the Forgotten are now grouped into only one section called "Historical Battles".
  1. Tamerlane (Tatars)
  2. Ivaylo (Bulgarians)
  3. Kotyan Khan (Cumans)
  4. Pachacuti (Incas)
Note: Pachacuti replaces the El Dorado campaign from the The Forgotten expansion.

Trivia Edit

  • The reasons why the Pachacuti campaign replaces the El Dorado campaign remain unknown, but it is believed that it is because the player rarely controlled properly the Incas in El Dorado; instead, the player controlled the Spanish more often, being seen more as another Spanish campaign, which is evidenced in the plot.
  • Despite the fact that The Last Khans is an exclusive expansion of the Definitive Edition, in the game files it is possible to find the description of the campaigns for the expansion pack, which can be deduced that it was planned as another DLC for the HD Edition, and the Tamerlane campaign also has a slightly different description to the one seen officially.

Age of Empires III Edit

Age of Empires III Edit

The WarChiefs Edit

The Asian Dynasties Edit

Age of Mythology Edit

Age of Mythology Edit


In Age of Mythology campaigns, the player will be given the option whether to proceed to the next campaign scenario immediately, or otherwise return to the campaign main menu.

The Titans Edit

Tale of the Dragon Edit

Gallery Edit

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