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Huzzah! Finally someone gives the Orc Pikemen those interesting sickle-like pikes.
So sometime this month it may very well be done?
Actually I have an idea that I thought about if I ever do such a mod for Age of Empires III (which realistically I'll never do since I simply don't have the modding know-how). The way I thought it is that, in this example, Mordor could build an arrow tower, or watch tower, (or whatever you'd like to call it) on the build plot to subjugate the native peoples so, you may not get new units but you could deny the enemy from getting superior units. The same would go for say, Gondor fighting in Mordor with only Orc natives.
On maps where the natives are, say, Dwarves and you're playing as Mordor and you claim a "trading post" (or whatever you're calling them) then what will you be able to recruit? I wouldn't think Dwarves.
I've finally just played as Arnor and was very entertained to hear the words of Richard Harris' Dumbledore coming out of Cirdan's mouth! :D
I'm quite excited now for the modding guides. I've read the first and can't wait for the second, Vielen Thanks.
Well, while I don't think I can bring in any weapons ideas (not too familiar with the Dark Eldar armoury) I must say this is spectacular and, really, looks like a complete model already. Excellent work so far!
Grond nannte man sie, zur Erinnerung an den Hammer der Unterwelt von einst!
Huh, that's odd. It doesn't look like the Titanic in the slightest.
THAT....is a very interesting remark. What was your number again? (scribbles in electronic notepad)
So it begins; the great mod of our time...
Ahhhh, an excellent Beta (not that I had any doubts). As far as graphics glitches or small bugs like that should I just write you in a PM?
I've been getting back into playing Soulstorm and its mods, so it's really odd (though pleasantly so) that this beta just came out. I've always loved this mod in particular because it made you think about your attack plan before committing any of your troops since you couldn't just reinforce them (usually) in the heat of battle (especially if a transport or something was destroyed). Anyhow, I'll look forward to playing this.
It's Billy Connolly!
Awesome! It's looking very impressive. Very impressive, indeed.
Regarding the Games Workshop models as inspiration: now that I revisit the Mordor section for the Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game the model named "Khamûl the Easterling" looks remarkably like the model in the mod (3.8.1). At least the mask does, and I would venture to say that's where they got the former design. At any rate, I like it because it's much subtler (and evil).
I don't know, I actually like the old design a bit better.
I don't see much of a problem, but I suppose the tracery on the columns could be extended past the tops to give it a more fluid look.
Very impressive, bravo! (Checanos, did you get my message, by the by?)
She's beautiful. :')
Wonderful implementations, as usual. Now I especially can't wait to see what you have planned for Mordor.
What if you're playing as an "evil" faction? Will you still be able to recruit these units?
This is quite sharp! (Although I still say he's much too pretty to be a Dwarf.)
BRING IN DA BIGGG GUNZ! DAKKA, DAKKA, DAKKA!
Well,...what more needs to be said? You've DONE IT AGAIN!
Mordor, beyond any doubt. (Though closely followed by the Misty Mountains...)
Looks like it's shaping up to be quite the AoE3 mod.
Can the Misty Mountains not even prevent others factions from expanding like Gondor?
However it does kind of look awkward with the reflections of the tops of the pillars not connecting to anything. Although, I imagine there's nothing that can be done about that. Regardless, I still love it.