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Um, what is happening? Is this a concert or something?
Yup... and Tota War used to be my favorite franchise...
I have an issue though with wording of "local population of Jutlandic and Polish settlers". As there were no distinct Polish (or Lithuanian for that matter) cultures back then, so it should say something like "settlers from modern-day Jutland and Poland areas" or something similar.
Also some names of the troops should be changed to the plural form:
Kaimynas Ietininkai > Kaimynai Ietininkai
Ūkininkas Arklių Lankininkai > Ūkininkai Arklių Lankininkai (notice the Ū as well) or Ūkininkai Lankininkai Ant Arklių (archers on horses, sounds more logical)
and Bajoras Svita > Bajoro Svita (Retinue of the Boyar)
Looking forward to the mod!
Well if you can't even pull up your pants...
Hi, nice to see AD 1257 is being improved, but I encountered a bug:
in my game companions have no leg armor slots (and thus no legs...), did I install something wrong?
Also is it possible to access companion upgrade menu not just after the battle?
Looking forward to further development of this mod!
Also, is there a list of included ships?
And... I don't get it.
Wow, looks really great!
Free education FTW eh?
Is this it? Wow!
Ah, the good old times...
Is the guy on the left cutting his own arm off?
Well then, you can be confident he will heal you...
Well obviously, she thought it was a moving bush...
Awesome! I appreciate your work after all these years :)
I watched this like 10 times and still can't figure it out why this happened...
There's an intervention in Iran?
That's pretty much how it feels to me...
Tried it and it really disappointed me...
I expected something like battlestar galactica,
where ships fire tons of munitions at each other from long distances...
but it only seemed like whoever gets to jump in close and nuke the opponent first
and there's no point in long range fighting...
Maybe others have different experience?
Back in school teachers (and the school director) were terrified and made us listen a lengthy moral after we climbed trough the window on the second floor to get the softball that was suck there...
In 16th century?
Some background maybe? (I don't get it)