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Cozmin95
Cozmin95 Sep 27 2010, 3:31am says:

Im speechless! :D

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SliderFF
SliderFF Sep 27 2010, 3:47am says:

is that a Kakashi dog from Naruto?
muhahaha, i will make a army of them!!

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Mythos_Ruler Sep 27 2010, 5:46am replied:

The breed is actually mastiff. ;)

Guardog.biz

And yeah, it's great to use a group of them to hunt deer. Pretty fun. :D

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Betelgeuze
Betelgeuze Sep 27 2010, 5:53am replied:

Is the breed really that old?

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Orac|
Orac| Sep 27 2010, 6:07am replied:

One of the oldest domestic breeds, from my knowledge.

Good models - is the building the mastiffs are outside of a kennel?

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Betelgeuze
Betelgeuze Sep 27 2010, 6:47am replied:

cool! well, looks amazing as always! Seen some great fanmade screens on the forums too ^^

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Mythos_Ruler Author
Mythos_Ruler Sep 28 2010, 7:50pm replied:

yes. :)

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Mythos_Ruler Author
Mythos_Ruler Sep 28 2010, 7:23pm replied:

Different breeds of Mastiff have been around for possibly 6000 years. The progenitor breed is thought to have existed roughly 6000 years ago in Mesopotamia. Breeds similar to the modern mastiff migrated with their masters into Europe over the succeeding millennia. :)

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Razihel
Razihel Sep 27 2010, 9:36am says:

Poor doggies, Im not gonna used them as war machines =P

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bikkebakke
bikkebakke Sep 27 2010, 11:44am replied:

give them to me and ill put them to good use, so you dont have to =)

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Tempest_Wales
Tempest_Wales Sep 27 2010, 11:12am says:

Are these Romanised Celts? Because the Celts used round structures (ie round houses) until Roman architecture and culture influenced them.

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Mythos_Ruler Author
Mythos_Ruler Sep 28 2010, 7:29pm replied:

The Celts surely felt Roman and Mediterranean influence from an early time. By the time of Julius Caesar the Celts were building rectangular buildings and very large towns. Some of their largest towns even had multi-story "tenements" or apartment buildings. But having said that, the Celt houses in the game are round, harkening back to an earlier La Tene era. So, there will be somewhat of a mix of architectural styles for the Celts to give a "well-rounded" (nyuk! nyuk!) look to them. ;)

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Tempest_Wales
Tempest_Wales Sep 30 2010, 12:54pm replied:

Well, if anything, they would have just been simple rectangular structures, you might as well put in first floors and glass windows. Celtic round structures survived in parallel to rectangular buildings well post Julius Caesar, because the were generational buildings. So I can't understand why you've only got round houses and everything else is squarer than Pythagoras' set square.

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Mythos_Ruler Author
Mythos_Ruler Oct 1 2010, 1:26am replied:

Whoa there broski. ;) Both the the Celt dock and Town center are round too. :)

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Mythos_Ruler Author
Mythos_Ruler Sep 28 2010, 7:41pm replied:

This might illustrate better what I am talking about. :)

I.imgur.com

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archkyrie
archkyrie Sep 29 2010, 11:15pm replied:

woah, very nice, I like the look of that image.

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RKotern
RKotern Sep 27 2010, 1:10pm says:

It's really good. I need more :)

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phil44
phil44 Sep 28 2010, 10:03am says:

Looking awesome as usual, however one thing i noticed was that the texture on the dog house (if that's what that is) seems lower res than the other buildings. More precisely the roof texture seems to be the same as the other buildings, but enlarged, giving the lower res look.

Of course this is when looking at the large picture, and would hardly be noticeable in-game, and i'm being quite petty haha, especially for a wip game, just thought i'd point it out.

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Mythos_Ruler Author
Mythos_Ruler Sep 28 2010, 7:24pm replied:

You're probably right, but the kennel is closer to the camera too, so I think there's a little bit of both going on. And thanks--positive criticism is always welcome! :D

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Wulfburk12
Wulfburk12 Sep 29 2010, 8:39pm says:

what the hell, AWESOME

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Hendrix
Hendrix Sep 30 2010, 4:33am says:

The Bull Mastiffs look amazing

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John.d.h
John.d.h Oct 2 2010, 11:42pm says:

Those dogs are huge!

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