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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r

very nice

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bikkebakke
bikkebakke

player constructed building or pre-made(always exist on the map)? If pre-made is it possible to take it for your own and use it or is it just eye-candy?

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feneur Creator
feneur

It's two buildings combined to make a new, in the above map I think just placed next to each other in Atlas (our scenario editor), but you could combine them to create a new building. Definitely in a 3D editor, but I'm pretty sure you could attach one to the other in the XML file if you would like to have it buildable/usable but don't want to open up the files in a 3D editor. So, it is just eye-candy in this case (or rather two usable buildings, but I'm not sure how usable when they're overlapping like this), but with just a few lines in an XML file you should be able to make it more than that.

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PentaSTAR
PentaSTAR

Looks better than AoE3, awesome piece of work!

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bosnian_dragon
bosnian_dragon

What a cozy place! Great graphics indeed!

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RevanShan
RevanShan

Yeah. But this game need much bigger maps.

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rgkimball Author
rgkimball

This isn't representative of the size of a map. ; )

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A map constructed by our newest Art Department member, Paul (Pureon). You may already be familiar with some of his Celtic ships, featured last November.

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