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Stand alone expansion, original not required???
Conflicting, confusing and correct; but not the best way of putting it! SHC is a stand alone title using the SH1 engine; much like Medieval 2: Total war uses Rome's engine, but no-one would consider that a "stand alone expansion". Zebas (talk) 00:09, 22 December 2008 (UTC)
Removal of the redirect
I removed the re-direct in order to create an actual article for the game. Considering its a stand-alone expansion and a sursprisingly different game, I figured it could merit its own article. Furthermore, there are many articles for expansion packs that require the original game. I see no reason why a game that doesn't require the original game can't have its own article. If you think I am at fault here, please let me know.--Renegade Replicant 00:13, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
UNDERRATED GAME SERIOUSLY!
I don't remember exactly how i came upon this game; I think one of my friends introduced it to me. anywho, I think this game is completly underrated this game is awsome. This game came out in 2001, it is now 2008 and i still play it; its that good! i played the 2nd i didnt think it was all that. I would tell anyone who likes games like this to go and buy it. Elbigger1 (talk) 12:46, 21 December 2008 (UTC)
It's christmas yay! I found an easter egg. on the County of Tripoli scenario in the crusader states when i first started the map Duc Volpe sent me a message that said "my master wishes you a merry cristmas". I have not been able to replicate this feat, it may only happen once.
plz confirm and put in article.
I found out a mistake. I do not know if there was an English-language European release of this game, nevertheless it has been released on October 18th, 2003 in Poland (in Polish language version), which apparently IS in Europe :) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Skuczera (talk • contribs) 17:58, 27 June 2010 (UTC)