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The Emperor Sleeping is the sixth and final scenario of the Barbarossa campaign in Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings. It is based on the German Crusaders' plan to carry Barbarossa's pickled body to Jerusalem after his death, which was ultimately abandoned.


Barbarossa's soldiers were devastated. Several knights committed suicide. Others converted and joined the Saracens, so convinced were they that God Himself had deserted them.

However, a handful of knights were not yet willing to board a ship bound for Europe.

The body of mighty Barbarossa was fished out of the river, pickled in vinegar, and sealed in a barrel. The army of the Holy Roman Empire would not be joining in the Crusade.

Yet there was still a chance for a small victory. The surviving knights vowed to take Barbarossa's body on to Jerusalem. Even in death, the emperor would keep his promise!

Scenario instructions[]

Starting conditions[]


  • Don't destroy the Dome of the Rock.
  • Deliver the body of Barbarossa (in the pickle barrel) to the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem.


  • Use your available time to orchestrate an efficient attack. Position your pikes around elephants and your knights near siege weapons.
  • You can pass through Saracen and Persian gates so long as you are allied.
  • Invest heavily in siege weapons, particularly Capped Rams.
  • Convert Persian elephants to gain valuable assault units.

Scouts (Definitive Edition)[]

  • The crusaders of the Holy Roman Empire (1, Red) have finally made it to the Holy Land, but sadly their emperor has not. Now, they wish to bring his body to Jerusalem.
  • The city of Jerusalem (2, Blue) is well fortified but does not have a large army. The crusaders should try to not destroy the entire city and its holy places upon breaching it.
  • The city of Damascus (3, Yellow) lies on the road to Jerusalem. It is allowing pilgrims to pass through its city gates, but will become hostile once it discovers the true intentions of the German knights. Their city is defended by War Elephants, Paladins,[note 1] Trebuchets, and Onagers.
  • The formidable Saladin (4, Green) has vowed to protect the Holy Land against the invaders and has built fortifications in order to do so. Just like the city of Damascus, he is not hostile to the Germans at first, but his mind can easily change. He will train Elite Mamelukes, Onagers, Arbalesters, and Monks.
  • Richard the Lionheart (5, Orange) is waiting for Barbarossa and his reinforcements to continue the Third Crusade. He personally leads an army of Elite Longbowmen, Cavaliers, and Trebuchets.



  • Player (Teutons AoE2 Teutons): The player starts in the north with a decent army. The only building they start with is a Town Center; the player also owns an enclosure with lots of Sheep.


  • Richard the Lionhearted (Britons AoE2 Britons): Richard the Lionhearted has a camp in the west with a Market but no military buildings. He personally commands an army of Elite Longbowmen, Cavaliers, and two Trebuchets. They will attack the Saracen towns after being approached by any of the player's units. In the Definitive Edition, this has been changed: the crusaders now have a large base just west of Damascus, and is now a much more effective distraction.

Allies → Enemies[]

  • Damascus (Persians AoE2 Persians): Damascus is located in the center of the map. Their fortified town is adjacent to Saladin's bases and walls. Once the countdown reaches zero, Damascus changes the diplomatic stance to enemy. Damascus trains Elite War Elephants, Paladins (Savars since The Mountain Royals), Trebuchets, and Onagers, and pose the most frequent and dangerous threat to the player.
  • Saladin (Saracens AoE2 Saracens): Saladin has two colonies, east and south. Together with Damascus, they have a wall segment in the west and another in the east that separates the map entirely. Once the countdown reaches zero, Saladin changes the diplomatic stance to enemy. Saladin trains Elite Mamelukes, Siege Onagers, Arbalesters, and Monks. He also has some Archers of the Eyes.


  • Jerusalem (Saracens AoE2 Saracens (Byzantines AoE2 Byzantines before the Definitive Edition)): Jerusalem lies in the south. It is well fortified, but not protected by an army; only a few Monks wander around behind the walls. In the Definitive Edition, this has been changed, and Jerusalem produces Onagers, Elite Skirmishers, Pikemen, and Monks to defend itself.


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The player must break the walls and get through Saladin's camp to get to Jerusalem. Saladin trains Monks, Pikemen, Elite Skirmishers, and Siege Onagers. Most of the towers should be destroyed to help the Trade Cart reach the Dome. The player loses if either the Dome of the Rock gets destroyed (similar to The Siege of Jerusalem), or the Emperor in a Barrel (Trade Cart) is destroyed (similar to A Perfect Martyr). Since Damascus is Persian and usually attacks using Trebuchets, Savars and War Elephants, it might be a good idea to convert these units to protect and replenish the player's soldiers.

There are actually two Saracen towns, one in the east and one in the south just north of Jerusalem, the latter of which is completely walled in as stated above. It would be a good idea to destroy the eastern Saracen town before breaching the walls to the central Saracen town. If the walls are breached before the eastern town is attacked all the surviving villagers will flee to the southern town.

There are two Relics on the map; one just south of the player's starting point, which should be grabbed immediately by your Monks before the Saracens do so, and another one in the east deep inside the Saracen base. Picking up the 2nd Relic is a lot more difficult but can be done if you surround the Relic with your units or build a Palisade Wall around it to prevent any Saracen Monks from picking it up until you can send one of your own Monks to collect it (which on Standard difficulty is trivially easy if the player gets a Monk out within 2 minutes into the 10-minute countdown). Either way, having an unlimited supply of gold will make the scenario easier, as the majority of the Gold Mines are located in enemy territory. Pausing the game the instant the scenario starts to issue orders is highly recommended. The player needs to build a large number of Houses or a Castle or two immediately, but leave room for Farms around the Town Center and Mill. Do not build too close to the cliffs in the southeast, or Saracen Trebuchets will attack the player's forces. Ensure lumber harvesting begins as soon as possible, as the player will need a lot of wood and food.

Stone is only found on the player's side of the wall southwest of Richard's camp. Send two or three villagers there from the beginning to mine it. Make sure they do not get Onagered to death as collateral damage when they trigger Richard to suicide into the Saracens, and also build a market near your initial Town Center, and trade with Richard's market. If the player is on Standard difficulty, place the first Castle east of the tower directly south of your base, which illuminates the nearest Relic. Use your Paladins to ride ahead and kill the wolf. Send your first Monk to the Relic in the eastern Saracen base and use your second Monk to pick up the closer Relic. The first Monk needs to move extremely quickly, as when the Saracens change to enemies, they will attack it. Guard the Monk or send more than one Monk to that second Relic. Build a second Castle on the small rise in the ground, with its lower left side directly adjacent to the trees or perhaps a grid or two north or northwest not too close to the cliffs, as Saracen towers and units will attack it. Build two Barracks north or northwest of it and a Stable. Creating a ram or Bombard Cannon to take out the Saracen tower is a good idea. Repair the Castle with Villagers as needed. Wall off the eastern Saracen base by building two blocks of Palisade Walls slightly to the right of their gate. For some reason, this prevents the Saracens from attacking. Walling off the yellow base initially (beware the gap in the wall just east of their eastern gate) to prevent them from sending too many elephants to wander around the player's turf in the first 10 minutes can also be wise.

Research Halberdier (unless playing The Age of Kings), and spam them. Research Blast Furnace and then the other Blacksmith technologies. Twenty Halberdiers with two or later three or four Monks will stab Persian Paladins and Elite War Elephants to death in seconds. The player should not be afraid to pause the game to micromanage. Create Bombard Cannons to eliminate siege. If dealt with, the player can push forward into the yellow base. Eliminate everything but the walls, then proceed eastward and destroy the eastern Saracen town - memorize layout from the first ten minutes, or just send a Scout Cavalry to run around the towns. If enemy Arbalesters are a problem, Siege Onagers can help out dramatically. Enemy Monks should be countered with Heresy and possibly Faith. Protect the town with siege with a Monk in the back, while the player's main army proceeds south, then east. The player should destroy everything they can see except the Damascus Houses. Head west and mop up everything else outside Jerusalem's walls.

The player needs only knock down two wall blocks and three of Jerusalem's towers including the two guarding the Dome of the Rock. if the player infiltrates the city by its eastern edge. The player should make sure to save before sending the Trade Cart out from the player's base. Spies is essential to ensure its safety even if Damascus and Saladin both resigned.

Alternative strategy 1[]

When the game starts, quickly build two more Town Centers, one close to the Gold Mines and one close to the wood line. Build Houses and start pumping out Villagers. Directly south of the starting position, the player should build two Castles and at least two Barracks. The player will need a Blacksmith, a University, and a Monastery. Send a Paladin to Richard the Lionhearted. He will begin attacking Saladin and provides a great distraction.

Send two Villagers into Saladin's Base and locate his Gold Mines. Use Palisade Walls to block his Villagers from mining it, which will really help the player in the late game. Saladin will not try to mine gold anywhere else, and this leaves Damascus as the player's only real threat.

Upgrade the Pikemen to Halberdiers, research Plate Mail Armor, Blast Furnace, and Chemistry for the Castles. Train more Halberdiers and Monks, and grab a nearby Relic. It is, however, unlikely that the player will be able to grab the second one as well. In the Definitive Edition, it spawns right in front of Saladin's Monastery and is picked up very quickly.

When the timer runs out, the player should have an army of Halberdiers and Monks ready. Damascus will attack with Onagers, Paladins, and War Elephants. Halberdiers have an attack bonus against Elephants and cavalry, but will easily fall to the Onagers. After three waves of Damascus, they will run low on gold, as they will likely have mined all gold inside their base. This is the player's chance. They will try to mine from the Gold Mines outside of Damascus between the player and Richard the Lionhearted. Build a Castle and move the army there. If the player can deny Damascus' gold income, they fall easily to the player's attack. With Damascus eliminated, the rest is not too difficult.

To deliver the Trade Cart safely to Jerusalem, conquer the southern part of the map completely. If the player supported Richard the Lionhearted throughout the game (taking down Saladin's Castle in the south for example) he can be very helpful. His Elite Longbowmen help the player deal with Saladin's Mamelukes and Heavy Cavalry Archers. Saladin plays defensively for most of the game and rarely attacks the player's starting position.

With the Trade Cart delivered, the player has won the final scenario.

Alternative strategy 2[]

By following this strategy, the level can be beaten in less than 10 minutes.


Note: This strategy cannot be replicated in the Definitive Edition. First and foremost, in the Definitive Edition, any attempt to change one's stance to Damascus or Saladin as neutral will immediately result in both factions changing their stance to the player as enemy. Jerusalem will also have several Skirmishers and Crossbowmen at the ready in their base, along with Monks, and, if too much time has expired to let the faction attack, the Saracens will immediately target any of the player's units in the vicinity, which will be guaranteed because of all these obstacles being in the way.

In the Definitive Edition, the only way one can breach Damascus' walls as an "ally" is to build a Siege Workshop in Damascus' base and build some Mangonels or Bombard Cannons and ground attack the walls until they break down, as done in the following video:


The player can also use their initial resources to build a Castle near Jerusalem's Wall, as it will deal with the Archers, Skirmishers and Monks, along with the Saracen forces. Then the Cart can reach the destination accompanied by the player's starting Paladins.


There is a legend concerning every great king, from Arthur on through Barbarossa, that says the king will return someday when his country needs him. Myths and legends about the sleeping emperor were passed down in German folktales. The Holy Roman Empire did not endure.

She fell back into a patchwork of tiny nations. Some would say Barbarossa's rule was a failure.

But is it not a greater testament to the man that it was the force of his will alone that held the empire together?

And what of Henry the Lion? With Barbarossa gone, there was nothing stopping him from returning to the Holy Roman Empire.

But I am an old man now. What harm could I possibly do?


  • There is a hole in Damascus's wall, around the two Siege Workshops of Saladin.
  • If Jerusalem is the last enemy left alive and the Dome of the Rock is the last building left standing, the player can destroy it and still not be defeated, and can deliver Barbarossa to where the Dome used to be and win the scenario.
  • Saladin's southern town (north of Jerusalem) is the same location where the player's starting army is located the Saladin campaign's fourth scenario.
  • During the 10 minute countdown, it was originally possible to research Spies, which would only cost 200 gold. After researching it, the effects remained for the rest of the game, and the player was able to see Saladin, Damascus and Jerusalem's Line of Sight. This was disabled in the Definitive Edition.
  • Upon Saladin and Damascus beginning their attack, the accompanying dialogue clip was originally narrated by just 'Saracens', perhaps because Ensemble Studios wanted Saladin to be a silent character, seeing as he's the main protagonist of another campaign. However, he does speak the line in the Definitive Edition, by which point non-silent titular campaign protagonists were commonplace.

Historical comparison[]

  • "The Emperor Sleeping" is a legend in German folklore claiming that Barbarossa did not die but is sleeping in a chamber under Kyffhäuser Mountain in Thuringia, and that he will wake up to save Germany in its hour of greatest need. Similar stories exist about other national leaders like King Arthur, Charlemagne, and Genghis Khan.
  • In real life, the attempt to preserve Barbarossa's body in vinegar was unsuccessful. Instead, his flesh was interred in the Church of St Peter in Antioch, his bones in the Cathedral of Tyre, and his heart and inner organs in Tarsus.
    • This funerary practice was called Mos Teutonicus ("The German Custom") and was introduced during the Second Crusade by German nobles who did not want to be buried abroad, should they die while in crusade. It was banned by the Pope in 1300.
  • The scenario implies that Richard arrived in the Holy Land before Barbarossa, expecting therefore the latter to provide a relief force; in fact, Barbarossa died in June 1190, and Richard reached the Holy Land no earlier than a year later, in June 1191.
  • Barbarossa and Richard the Lionheart were political enemies in real life, because Henry the Lion was Richard's brother-in-law as he was married to his sister Mathilda. Richard's father King Henry II also gave asylum to Henry the Lion at his court in England when he was banished from Germany by Barbarossa.
  • Although Richard can possibly (and will most likely) be killed in this scenario, he did not die during the Third Crusade.
  • Damascus is represented by Persians in-game, despite being an Arab city in Syria that would be theoretically better represented by Saracens. This change was probably made for variety, although it could also be a reference to Saladin's Kurdish origin.
  • Despite claiming to be an inoffensive old man in the outro, Henry the Lion actually returned to Germany in 1189 (while Barbarossa was going to the Holy Land) and destroyed Bardowick, then the most prosperous city in northern Germany. In 1194 he submitted to Barbarossa's son, Henry VI, in exchange for a small part of his former lands around Brunswick.
    • Henry the Lion's son Otto IV successfully assumed the Holy Roman Emperor's throne following the death of Henry VI (Barbarossa's son) and a period of interregnum. These events would never have happened unless Henry the Lion held strong influence in the empire's politics after returning from exile.



  1. In The Mountain Royals, the Paladins are replaced by Savars. However, the scouts section was not updated.
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