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So hyped. Third Age TW was one of the few reasons I decided to go back and buy Medieval II, and it seems like RoM is going to do the same for me getting Attila. Looks gorgeous and can't wait to finally play it at some point.
A Eruchîn, ú-dano i faelas a hyn an uben tanatha le faelas!
Almost forgot I was following this. Good to see you're still updating!
Forgot to log in. Smooth.
Keeps crashing in sic9 I believe? Right when I load in/ get to that door that leads out onto the castle roof, or if I go past that and keep going up the stairs.
Awesome screen :D Lovely armor, too. Keep it up!
This looks amazing! Absolutely love the design. Can't wait to play it, or at least see more of it in action. :)
Eager to get it, myself.
Heroes and Generals is meh. Play Red Orchestra instead - it's only about $5 when it's on sale (which is fairly often), though it does have kind of a steep learning curve.
Hrm. Not really into Naruto or anything (since, judging by your description, it's probably an inspiration), but this looks interesting and I dig the art. Good luck! :)
Ah, gotcha. Thanks for the response. I was always liked the Elves best, but LotR is better than no LotR. Are there any events, groups, or dates coming up?
Is it only of the Rohan + Isengard areas so far?
Gol' dang that's awesome. Great work!
Damn. That's pretty moto.
Personally I sympathize with onikenshin; I think it'd be way better to combine both Imladris and Lindon like in TATW/ MOS, since they're both High Elves. It especially makes sense since Imladris alone is quite small, and in terms of sheer size, Lindon isn't one of the bigger factions/ territories. Imladris was formidable not because of its size or that it had a lot of soldiers or massive amounts of wealth, but more so because of a small amount of quality equipment, warriors, and - most importantly - powerful magical and geographic protection (it survived a siege by Sauron's forces mainly because they faced a relatively small enemy army). Such advantages don't really transfer as well into a game like Total War, though. Imladris also historically worked very closely with/ in support of Lindon forces.
I think Valarauko and I are also on the same page, in that I was likewise hoping to see heavy greatsword or at least heavy sword/shield infantry.
You must be new to Warhammer, then.
Likewise here. Gorgeous pixel work along with an cool setting.
Thanks for all the work!
I have a question, however...are there any Darthmod settings that aren't compatible with this mod? No matter what I do, my game crashes whenever I try to play a battle, but only when I have AUM activated.
Seems that the bow ashigaru's bow sounds have been replaced with rifle/ musket sounds instead...
Comes up as a virus for me too for some reason, even though all the other versions have never done this.
No correction or disagreement intended - just responding to the comments! I assumed they would look a bit darker once I actually got a hold of them in-game, so I was going to withhold personal judgement until then.
In response to Pete, I also pictured something akin to Damascus. I think at least one, perhaps two, of the better-known blades is likened to damascus steel, though obviously not by that name in the books.
I loved the Dwarf background, but as someone said...it was a bit cluttered. Plus most people are mainly interested in the Empire/ Allies vs. Chaos conflict (and it's kind of the poster-child of the franchise), which this one simplifies yet still captures well and in a visually pleasing way..
It does depend on the sword...but in general, from the sword descriptions available, almost all are said to be black/ near-black/ dark gray/ quite dark in color. Multiple swords also have names referencing darkness or the night. Ned's own Ice - and by extension, Oathkeeper and Widow's Wail - could also fit into this, as it could be a play on the term "black ice."
Ah, sorry. For some reason I read that as simply a changelog compared to the last MelsPerisno version. Thanks for clarifying!
So what exactly is the difference between this and normal Perisno? :x
Keep it up! This looks great, and there's not enough good (and finished), custom Alien Swarm stuff out there.
When in doubt, pinky out.
Weapons designs, in hindsight, are not always all that good or practical. The Dreyse Needle Gun (pictured) had a lot of drawbacks, including its awkward bolt. Obviously its successor (The Mauser 1871) and the majority of future bolt-actions would end up being favored.
Plus one of the classic lines of thinking: deal with horrible now so that the future will be good/ okay/ better.