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By simply buying the disk version of the game.
This ain't a game. It's a mod.
TATW 3.2 did not remove the cavalry militia from the campaign, also those forts were removed because the AI could not handle them, they didnt attack, it, ever.
Another thing, you are playing with MOS, which basicly changes everything about TATW. So this is not the place to post stuff if you are using that submod, instead go to their own page on TWCenter.
By redownloading part 2.
Are you 100% sure that they do not have anything left? Because what you say is impossible.
Why would you want a pure multiplayer mod when you have bad internet?
Install 3.0 both parts, then 3.1 and then 3.2.
Did you install both parts of 3.0? How stupid it sounds, some people actually do forget that lol.
About to finish a battle? So you mean after the battle?
Why, it's easier to have the mod in a language every1 understands.
If you are lucky, there may be a translation on one of these pages: Twcenter.net
In that case you could have asked it here earlier lol.
Select your Medieval 2 Total War folder.
Go to your Third_Age_3/data folder and delete the descr_geography_new files and then it should work.
No, you need 3.0 and 3.1 first.
Sorry, but that would need to be done by one of the submods for TATW, the mod leader KingKong has gotten a good full-time job now in the gaming industry and most likely won't be able to continue his work on this.
Hmmm... Seems that your downloads may be getting corrupted.
Or, you don't seem to have the kingdoms expansion and just installed the mod over med2 vanilla? Pls tell me what version of the game you got, steam or retail, patch version, and if you even have kingdoms.
You can always ask for support here, the TWC community always helps. :) Twcenter.net(Reports)-amp-Technical-Help
Did you install 3.0 both parts then 3.1 and finally 3.2 in this order?
Not on the main mod most likely.
Was the entire Third_Age_3 folder gone? If so, when re-installing, did you install all part in the right order?
Last but not least: How the hell can someone dislike DaC?
DERP!!! I meant map.rwm!
Remove the descr.strat in: ....\Medieval II Total War\mods\Third_Age_3\data\world\maps\base
No, you need at least 1 Kingdoms campaign installed.
Look at the installation instructions on this page, not hard to find..
You installed 3.0 both parts and 3.1 before you installed 3.2?
Delete the descr_geograpy_new files in your Third_Age_3/Data folder.
Easier than easy would recuire lots of modding skills.
More slowely, the aging system is made for generals basicly not dying within at least like 150 or even 200 turns, it's made this way for the elven generals, making them seemingly immortal. Human generals are much older at the start though i think, so they may die quicker of age than the elven ones, like alot quicker, they still get old though.
3.0 is stand-alone but 3.1 and 3.2 are the patches.
Medieval 2 Total War with the Kingdoms expansion, and the latest patch.