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Carthaginian Trireme
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Ca_Putt
Ca_Putt Aug 28 2011, 9:48am says:

Great stuff.
2 things:
three of those ships are greek, right?
the smaller ones to the front are transports/merchant ships, or not?

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ExecutorTassadar
ExecutorTassadar Aug 28 2011, 10:35am replied:

It says "Triremes of Carthage" so I think they're not Greek. They probably just colored differently.

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invertus
invertus Aug 29 2011, 7:04am replied:

Read the description guys.

"Also, Greek ships with blue stars and an orange eye on their sails, for reference."

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ExecutorTassadar
ExecutorTassadar Aug 29 2011, 7:10am replied:

haha...totally missed that

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Mr_Toster
Mr_Toster Aug 28 2011, 10:13am says:

great work

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Jesusfreak
Jesusfreak Sep 12 2011, 10:57pm replied:

Your avatar makes it look like you disaprove. lol

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Gonztah
Gonztah Aug 28 2011, 11:03am says:

That rowing boat beats those triremes no problem.

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amish13
amish13 Aug 28 2011, 11:19am says:

Two are Carthaginian ships, the large dark one is the trireme and the smaller, pale one is the Merchant Ship, the others are the Greek Trireme and Merchant Ship for comparison. :)

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Jeru
Jeru Aug 28 2011, 11:58am replied:

I believe the ships with the blue stars on their sails are Greek.

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amish13
amish13 Aug 28 2011, 12:19pm says:

Jeru said it much better than me :) The blue stars and the orange eye are Greek ships :)

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Darkjolly
Darkjolly Aug 28 2011, 3:06pm says:

Lol @ Random canoe in the middle

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Dwarden
Dwarden Aug 28 2011, 6:57pm says:

nice

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Scorpionov
Scorpionov Aug 28 2011, 8:13pm says:

nice work

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Onlineplay
Onlineplay Aug 28 2011, 9:07pm says:

the oars look like cotton swabs
but the shading and emblems on the sails look really nice
pretty water reflections too

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RevanShan
RevanShan Aug 29 2011, 4:22am says:

Amazing! Ships without crew!!

Now, really, could you add a crew instead of having phantom ships like in AoE?

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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r Sep 1 2011, 3:42pm says:

great job

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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r Sep 1 2011, 3:42pm says:

great job

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SNAKE_666
SNAKE_666 Nov 18 2011, 11:30pm says:

Why is there a random canoe in the middle of the map? Poor guy's gonna get ran over by a Trireme, oh well, it's still pretty funny.

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The Triremes of Carthage! Lords of the Sea and Masters of the Ocean!

Also, Greek ships with blue stars and an orange eye on their sails, for reference.

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