mail[Wesnoth-commits] r20179 - /trunk/data/campaigns/The_South_Guard/utils/sg_story.cfg


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Posted by lari . nieminen on September 07, 2007 - 20:04:
Author: zookeeper
Date: Fri Sep  7 20:03:32 2007
New Revision: 20179

URL: http://svn.gna.org/viewcvs/wesnoth?rev=20179&view=rev
Log:
Apply patch #802.

Modified:
    trunk/data/campaigns/The_South_Guard/utils/sg_story.cfg

Modified: trunk/data/campaigns/The_South_Guard/utils/sg_story.cfg
URL: 
http://svn.gna.org/viewcvs/wesnoth/trunk/data/campaigns/The_South_Guard/utils/sg_story.cfg?rev=20179&r1=20178&r2=20179&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- trunk/data/campaigns/The_South_Guard/utils/sg_story.cfg (original)
+++ trunk/data/campaigns/The_South_Guard/utils/sg_story.cfg Fri Sep  7 
20:03:32 2007
@@ -4,14 +4,14 @@
 #
 # This campaign was apparently designed before the geography of Wesnoth
 # was fixed to the main map -- there was a reference in it to unknown forest
-# south of the "Great River", which doesn't fit at all.  To rescue this, the 
+# south of the "Great River", which doesn't fit at all.  To rescue this, the
 # original tSG Great River has to be either the unnamed river running through
 # the Aethenwood or off the map entirely.  I've opted for the latter, thus 
the
-# reference to Kerlath being "in the furthermost south", and renamed the 
river 
-# as the "Black River".  Since the original campaign placed the "elvish 
woods" 
-# west of Westin, I'm supposing they're in fact a southern (off-map) lobe 
+# reference to Kerlath being "in the furthermost south", and renamed the 
river
+# as the "Black River".  Since the original campaign placed the "elvish 
woods"
+# west of Westin, I'm supposing they're in fact a southern (off-map) lobe
 # of the Aethenwood.
-#  
+#
 
 #define SG_BORN_TO_THE_BANNER
     [story]
@@ -162,6 +162,7 @@
             story= _ "The loftiest mound belonged to Sir Gerrick.  After the 
battle, Deoran led an expedition to the southern border posts, and there he 
found Sir Gerrick's sword and shield.  Those he placed atop Gerrick's mound, 
and they were a symbol of loyalty and valor to all the people of Westin."
         [/part]
         [part]
+            background=story/winter.jpg
             story= _ "Gerrick's name was added at the top of the roll of 
fallen heroes, and read aloud at the beginning of every great council.  The 
memory of his desperate last stand at the border posts passed into song, and 
was not forgotten for many generations."
         [/part]
 




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