Per Javier Romero, Ticonderoga was designed by Eric R. Harvey and William Nester.
Fort Carillon is the fort built and defended by the French, why call it and refer to the fort in the S&T article as Fort Ticonderoga?
Also Levis is rated in the game inferior to Montcalm as to the potential of exceptional status, this is historically incorrect, Levis was exceptional in all his battles, be it the great victory at Fort Carillon, the great defence at Beauport - opening of the siege of Quebec, and then at the battle of Set-Foy in the winter of 1760. His rating should be: Inept: N/A, Capable Leader: 1-5, Exceptional Leader 6- 9 and O. Also Levis was quick to be at the right place at the right time, his movement should be 8 not 7 (The young De Bougainville is rated too high...he was late at Quebec on September 13th, 1759)
Many historians agree, if Levis was present at the battle of the plains of Abraham 0n September 13th, 1759 the battle may well have been fought differently than that of his impulsive leader Montcalm