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Razzia is the fifth and final scenario of the Tariq ibn Ziyad campaign in Age of Empires II HD: The African Kingdoms. After crossing the Pyrenees mountains, the Umayyad Caliphate has reached the southwestern French region of Aquitania (Aquitaine). Under the leadership of Abd ar-Rahman al-Ghafiqi, the Caliphate seeks vengeance against the Frankish warlords who overthrew their army ten years ago. Capturing the city of Bordeaux will destabilize the region and provide a chance to defeat the Frankish Army.

Intro[]

732 AD, year 110 of the Hegira. A month since we crossed the Pyrenees...

Our army advances into the heart of Aquitania, scouting the region as we move forward. Thick forests and open fields abound, and we made camp near a river crossing.

The Frankish army is powerful, but their cavalry cannot match ours as long as we fight on an open field. Using our mobility to our advantage will prove vital in the battles ahead.

Al-Ghafiqi will risk no error. He has a score to settle with the Frankish count Odo of Aquitaine, the warlord who smashed an Umayyad army at Toulouse ten years ago. After such a long time, these two giants will finally meet again.

The Frankish lands are divided and are no match for the organization of the Umayyad Caliphate. Capturing the city of Bordeaux will surely throw the region into chaos. Then, we will pounce on the scattered Frankish army like a cat upon a mouse.

This will be the great razzia, or raid, of our time. I can only pray that we are up to the challenge.

732 AD, year 110 of the Hegira. A month since we crossed the Pyrenees...

Our army advances into the heart of Aquitania, scouting the region as we move forward. Thick forests and open fields abound, and we made camp near a river crossing.

The Frankish army is powerful, but their cavalry cannot match ours as long as we fight on an open field. Using our mobility to our advantage will prove quite important in the battles ahead.

Al-Ghafiqi will risk no error. He has a score to settle with the Frankish count Odo of Aquitaine, the warlord who smashed an Umayyad army at Toulouse ten years prior. After such a long time, these two giants will finally meet again.

The Frankish lands are divided, their tendency to localism is no match for the organization of the Umayyad Caliphate. Capturing the city of Bordeaux will throw the region into chaos and allow us to pounce on the Frankish army as a cat would upon a mouse.

This will be the great razzia, or raid, of our time. I can only pray that we are up to the challenge.

Scenario instructions[]

Starting conditions[]

Differences between difficulty levels[]

  • On standard difficulty, the player starts with all five Blacksmith upgrades from the Imperial Age researched, as well as Chemistry. The Aquitainian Villages will not have Watch Towers. The Frankish army will reinforce Aquitainian Villages with five Paladins for each town.
  • On moderate difficulty, the player starts with Bracer, Plate Barding Armor, and Ring Archer Armor researched.

Objectives[]

  • Scare the Aquitanian Villages into submission by destroying their Monasteries.
  • Defeat Bordeaux.
  • Defeat the Frankish Army.

Hints[]

  1. Upon the destruction of an enemy monastery, an enemy army will rush from the nearest enemy city or fortress to the village you are attacking. These armies are too strong to fight and should be avoided at all costs - use the line of sight of your light cavalry to warn you of their arrival.
  2. There are three suitable locations for you to establish your camp - one in the far south of the map, one in the east of the map, or you can choose to expand the camp you begin the scenario with. Each choice has different benefits and drawbacks.
  3. Fishing is plentiful in the Bay of Biscay, though your enemies will do their best to harass your fleet.
  4. The city of Bordeaux and the fortresses of the Frankish army are well fortified - you will require advanced siege equipment to breach them.
  5. Several relics lie scattered around the map - some within the walls of Frankish fortresses, and some nestled in the countryside.

Scouts[]

  • The army of Abd ar-Rahman al-Ghafiqi (Yellow) has made camp in the south of Aquitania and has been conducting raids while awaiting reinforcements. Its sights are set in particular on the Frankish city of Bordeaux.
  • Three Aquitanian villages (Purple) lie in close proximity to the Berber camp. They are providing the Franks with supplies but are only defended by a token force and should crumble easily to a swift raid.
  • The city of Bordeaux (Blue) lies near the mouth of the Garonne river, boasting excellent fortifications and a strong land army of mixed composition. Their navy prowls the Bay of Biscay, picking off enemy ships at will.
  • The Frankish army (Red) is by far your most dangerous opponent. Numerous fortresses sprawl across the countryside, and hordes of battle-hardened Paladins, Throwing Axemen, swordsmen, and auxiliary troops will be a true test for the proud Berber cavalry.

Players[]

Player[]

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  • Player (Berbers AoE2 Berbers): The Umayyads start with a military camp and a variety of units in southern France, and must conquer the various Frankish holdings. The player will get some Villagers only after destroying the three Aquitainian Monasteries, after which they can establish a Town Center and build up.

Enemies[]

  • Aquitainian Villages (Franks AoE2 Franks): They have three small villages near the player's starting position, each of which has a Monastery. The player's initial objective is to scare these villages into submission by destroying their Monasteries. The player will get 500 gold as loot for each Monastery they destroy. Each village has a small Feudal Age army of Men-at-Arms, Spearmen, Archers, Skirmishers, and Light Cavalry protecting the Monastery but it will be no match for the player's initial army and will be defeated easily.
  • Bordeaux (Franks AoE2 Franks): They have a well fortified base in the east and a strong navy along the coast of the Bay of Biscay. They mainly train Elite Skirmishers, Light Cavalry, Cavaliers/Paladins, Elite Throwing Axemen, Battering Rams, and Galleons, and will try to attack the player's base with small raiding parties of Elite Throwing Axemen and Long Swordsmen.
  • Frankish Army (Franks AoE2 Franks): They have their main base at the northern edge of the map along with two smaller fortresses along a river. They will also be making a navy at these encampments but it will not be as large and powerful as Bordeaux's navy. They will mainly train Pikemen, Elite Skirmishers, Light Cavalry, Paladins, Mangonels, Elite Throwing Axemen, Trebuchets, and War Galleys. The player should be wary of them as they will be sending groups of Paladins and Elite Throwing Axemen quite frequently to the player's base.

Strategy[]

To win, the player must defeat Bordeaux (Blue) and the Frankish Army (Red). In this scenario, the player cannot train Cannon Galleons.

There are four Relics on the map. One is on a hill in between the player's starting position and the southernmost Aquitainian Villages' town. Two are in each of the Frankish Army's outpost bases. One is in the ruins along the northeast edge of the map, north of Bordeaux.

The player starts at a camp near the southeastern edge of the map, with a sizable army of cavalry and ranged units along with Elite Huskarls. On Standard, the player should research the unit upgrades. The initial objective is to destroy three Monasteries at each of the Aquitainian Villages' towns. The player can choose to fight any of the towns in any order as they do not pose any major resistance. It is good to begin with the village at the east, since it is the most out of the way of the player's initial base. Once the Monastery is down, the player will get 500 gold as loot. Soon after destroying the Monastery, return to the base as a group of Paladins from the Frankish Army will soon reach the village.

After that, go to the village in the center. Again, the player will face a Feudal Age army which is bigger than the previous one. Destroy the Monastery and quickly return to the base because Paladins from the Frankish Army will approach the village after the Monastery is destroyed. Once back at the camp, go for the remaining village on the left, destroy their Monastery and leave quickly to avoid the Paladins.

After destroying all three Monasteries, the player will get a Transport Ship with five Villagers on board. There are two places on the map which are ideal starting locations - one at the sea's edge and another one deep inland. It is advised that the player start their base at the southern edge because not only will it provide an access to the Bay of Biscay but it is also further away from both enemy cities and thus safer. It is nearly always better to fish than not to fish since that is an excellent early source of food.

The player should be careful because the group of Paladins which came after destroying the left Aquitanian Villages' Monastery is still there and is very close to the player's base. It is probably wise to house-wall them out so they do not get accidentally provoked. There are 12 Paladins (which, oddly enough, have converted from Frankish Army to Aquitanian Villages). There is also a Relic near the player's base so the player should make a Monastery and train a Monk to pick up the relic and drop it at the Monastery. This Monk can heal injured soldiers too, if any. The player can, with a little care, get the Monk to the Relic and return it to the base right under the noses of those Paladins.

The player should mine stone early since Bordeaux will soon attack the player and it is good to have a Castle and walls in front of the base. For initial defense, Monks and Mangonels are good choices, since the player starts with 1,700 gold. Monks can be used to convert Paladins (although against player with Heresy, one cannot gain any troops), and Mangonels stop the rams. This allows the player to concentrate on the economy, and the player should aim to get 30+ farmers, 20+ lumberjacks, and 30+ miners (of gold and stone). While still in turtle mode, do not forget to mass the Camel Archers, which are very strong, and garrison them in the Castle to increase its firepower. Research Heavy Camel Rider using the initial stable far away from the base, and mass them up in the main base to counter the Frankish Paladins.

After repelling the first few waves of French, the player should expand to the secondary gold and stone piles located all over the map with new Town Centers, taking care not to walk into any Aquitainian Villages (with their Paladins), and build a stable or two so it can pump out defensive Heavy Camel Riders versus raids. If the player fails to diversify quickly enough, soon, Bordeaux and the Frankish Army will attack with a monstrous army and navy capable of overwhelming even heavily protected Castles, and the player will run out of resources and lose the game.

But if the player has correctly invested in a strong economy, then the player's large army of Camel Riders and Camel Archers will be the biggest deathball on the map, and the player will hit the population limit of 200. The player should research Maghrebi Camels to regenerate their HP, keeping these valuable units alive much longer, and maintain several Monks to heal them even more. Gold runs out fast on this map, and the player's army is a very gold intense one. Conversely, the AI has enough resources to spam Paladins forever. If the player needs more gold fast, they can improve their income by trading with the Aquitainian Villages after slaying their Frankish Paladins and changing diplomatic stance with them to neutral so that the player's troops do not accidentally raze their Markets. Ensure, however, that the trade route does not veer too close to the water, or else the caravans will be attacked by enemy Galleons.

The only time the player needs to invest in a navy is when Bordeaux and Frankish Army's Docks are still standing. They will keep on sending ships to harass the player as long as they have Docks, so build a few Docks defended by a castle to fend them off. Train a huge fleet of Heavy Demolition Ships and blow up the docks. If the player has to pass a enemy Castle, send a larger group of Demolition Ships so the player will have any ships remaining to do enough work. Once all of the Docks are gone, the waters are safe.

Once the player has established superiority on the open field, the player should build a lot of Trebuchets (8 is recommended), and even Capped Rams, to quickly raze all the buildings in Bordeaux. The player can also load the army in Transport Ships and launch a surprise attack unloading every ship inside Bordeaux. If the player does not have field superiority, Trebuchets can easily be sniped by Throwing Axemen, who do melee damage. Also, the Franks have a lot of Paladins if the player gets caught out of position.

After Bordeaux surrenders, the entire Bay of Biscay belongs to the player. Build Docks inside the city of Bordeaux and make lots of Fishing Ships so that food can accumulate fast. The player should also make a secondary base inside Bordeaux, with lots of Stables, Barracks and one or two Castles so that troops do not have to cover the entire distance.

Now it is time to attack the Frankish Army's base. The player has to destroy both their main base to the north as well as their two encampments along the river for them to surrender. It will be better to start with their main base first, so that most of their military buildings are destroyed, which will severely hamper their unit production capability. Their main base has two Castles, a Fortress and lots of military buildings. Again, the army should mostly comprise of Pikemen, Camel Riders, and Knights. Take all the Trebuchets the player has and destroy the Fortress on the edge of their base, then open a hole in their walls. Aim for their military buildings and use Trebuchets to attack their Castles, keeping other units away from it. Do not forget to queue Camel Riders from the Stables back at Bordeaux. Once all of their military buildings are destroyed, the player should bring all of their units out of there. Alternatively, the Berbers have excellent Castle Drop, so build at least four castles with camel archers filled inside them since the Frankish Army has units strong enough to damage a castle severely. Use Trebuchets to destroy any red Trebuchets.

Now aim for the two smaller encampments. They should not be a problem at all - they only have one Castle each and a few soldiers to guard it. The player can also bring their navy to help attack these encampments. Once both of the encampments have been destroyed, Frankish Army will surrender and the player will be victorious.

Alternative strategy[]

If the player decides to establish their starting base on the eastern side of the map, they should defeat the Frankish Army before Bordeaux. While the player cannot establish naval superiority as easily, they will not need to worry about being assaulted by enemy Galleons this way. Furthermore, only the Frankish Army produces Trebuchets, making them far more threatening to the player's home base than Bordeaux, which only relies on Capped Rams. Bordeaux's base is one of the most difficult to destroy in the entire game because their swarms of Galleons protect their already-fast-working production buildings and the player does not have access to Cannon Galleons; invading their base will be even harder if the Frankish Army is able to reinforce them.

The Frankish Army's two riverside bases guard Relics, so capturing them sooner will significantly help with gold generation for later on. The player should build a Castle next to the leftmost bridge crossing so that their Monks are safer getting to each Relic.

Once the player has secured the river crossing and gotten the Relics, they should build up a large army to destroy the Frankish Army's main camp. Unlike Bordeaux's citadel, the Frankish Army's stronghold is not guarded by Galleons, making it less time-consuming to destroy. The player should keep an eye on their siege weapons in case Bordeaux arrives to reinforce the enemy base.

With the Frankish Army eliminated early, besieging Bordeaux will be far easier. After capturing the Relic outside of their base, the player should build multiple Castles next to the shallows crossing by their northern gate. These will help stave off the endless torrent of Galleons and land units so that the player has more room to snipe their production buildings from the other side of the river and eventually send the rest of their army to destroy the rest of the base. Once all of Bordeaux's production buildings have been razed, the player will be victorious.

Outro[]

With the blessing of Allah, the horn announcing our success sings a loud, shrill tone that echoes over the countryside. Upon hearing of our approach, Odo's army descended upon Bordeaux, only to be trampled beneath our hooves.

Another Frankish army hastened south but was no match for our brave, seasoned warriors. A bloody battle ensued, and afterwards the Franks lamented their defeat, saying that God alone knows the number of the slain.

With the Frankish army defeated, there is little standing between our magnificent forces and eternal glory as the conquerors of Europe. For centuries, history will remember us as the courageous warriors who defeated countless kings.

My journey is at an end, but our triumphant army marches north to defeat one final adversary. A man who calls himself "The Hammer"--Martel in the Frankish tongue--foolishly believes that he can resist us.

Soon enough, his feeble army will crumble and flee just like the rest.

With the blessing of Allah, the horn announcing our success sings a loud, shrill tone that echoes over the countryside. Upon hearing of our approach, Odo's army descended upon Bordeaux, only to fall beneath our hooves.

Another Frankish army hastened south but was no match for our brave, seasoned warriors. A bloody battle ensued, and afterwards the Franks lamented their defeat, saying that God alone knows the number of the slain.

With the Frankish army defeated, there is little standing between our glorious forces and eternal glory as the conquerors of Europe. For centuries, history will remember us as the courageous warriors who defeated countless kings.

I daresay few would have thought so many years ago that any of this would be possible.

Trivia[]

  • Originally, the Elite Genitour upgrade was unavailable in this scenario. This issue got fixed with update 42848.
  • This scenario depicts the Battle of the River Garonne, where Abdul Rahman al-Ghafiqi leads Umayyad forces against Bordeaux and an Aquitainian (Frankish) army led by Duke Odo of Aquitaine. Al-Ghafiqi defeated Odo, which forced him to submit to his neighbour, King Charles Martel of the Frankish Kingdoms. Odo's submission led Charles Martel to organize his army to attack Al-Ghafiqi in the Battle of Tours, where the Franks were victorious and al-Ghafiqi was defeated and killed.
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