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Darn fine work. I wish more Skyrim mods had creatures this amazing-looking.
Ja, alles sieht sehr gut aus. Those trenches and fortifications + the rubble make for a great scene. Though - and not at all trying to degrade the work done - the building itself doesn't look too much like its real-life counter-part. Is this just due to engine/ environment/ prop limits? Just curious.
I'm curious as well. I'm assuming it's the Hi-Res version, unfortunately. Hopefully they'll still release a Low-Res one.
Literally just happened on the next turn I took. Thanks for the responses, guys!
Erm, what exactly is the trigger, though? Just concerned since I'm currently playing the short campaign.
Oooh, yes please. Looking good so far and good luck!
Sorry to bug, but I'm playing the Galadhrim at the moment, and even though Caras Galadhon is pretty big, it's not giving me the option to make fancier troop buildings or units - only the basic ones you can recruit after a few turns. I tried taking an Orc Motte and hoped to upgrade it, but it won't let me do that either.
These are gorgeous pictures. Lovely work!
I'm usually not a big Halo fan, but this mod and its setting seem really neat. Keep up the good work!
Incoming cavalry* rather.
Are infantry with bayonets able to kneel and couch incoming infantry, like in NW? Just wondering, since the cavalry just kinda ran over infantry with bayonets in a couple scenes without seemingly much reaction.
Which faction has access to them? Or are they purchasable for the player? :o
Great pics! Nice and cozy, aside from the war and all, I mean. :D
So are the others in the row simply variations, or do they correspond to a specific rank/ role? Am dumb and not following :(
The Totenkopf (Death's Head or simply skull and crossbones in German) has been in use in some Prussian/ German military units of their days since Frederick the Great. Its use isn't exactly unique, since lots of units from militaries from around the globe - regular and irregular, Revolutionary-era to modern day - have used and still use it. The biggest difference when it comes to Germany is that the symbol has become synonymous with the SS, Einsatzgruppen, and other more strongly Nazi-tied sections of the German military leading up to and during WWII, since they were pretty fond of it.
The Freikorps during the post-WWI time was kind of a mix; at times they acted as militia and peacekeepers, sometimes soldiers participating in nearby (former German Empire territory) conflicts, and many towards the end came to be absorbed into the Nazi party and its associated paramilitary factions.
Ooooh, loving the setting and atmosphere! Good luck! :)
Modernized scenes...does that (or at some point will it) include more modern battlefield scenes? I know it's a lot to ask and a lot of work to do, but it'd be great to see some ruins, trenches, field fortifications, etc on the map battlefields and not just the siege scenes...or maybe there could be a trigger to only have said battlefield scenes appear when the battles have a large amount of soldiers on each side, simulating a longer, fiercer, and more drawn-out battle. That way you wouldn't see such war-torn scenes so often, or for small skirmishes where both sides wouldn't dig in anyways.
Ah, I remember watching the show as a kid. It'll be interesting to see how this turns out. Good luck and looking good so far!
That's a damn fine view.
Very promising! It sounds and looks quite compelling and detailed. Good luck!
Happened to me too for a second but worked after another attempt. Not sure?
"The Emperor working at the enormous amount of administrative responsibilities he placed upon himself."
I don't think I've ever seen a person work harder
Definitely one of the best-looking suits of power armour thus far.
Though...that power fist could definitely be a bit bigger- and smashier-lookin'
I guess the news is true, after all...
Was good while it lasted. Rest in piece and good luck to the team members in the future.
Darn, I wish we could have seen more...some close-quarters bayonet-play in the wheat would have been awesome. Nice work!
Obviously Allied forces used flamethrowers on the Western front, but not to the same extent as in the Pacific Theatre. The Japanese made use of bunkers, pillboxes, tunnel complexes, and other hard, static defenses much more than the Germans did, which is where the flamethrower really shined. Flamethrowers are not optimal for more fluid fronts.
Great work! I hate that they repeat that line so often in-game, though...
It's super effective?
This sucks, but I'm sure the dev/ devs made the right decision if they have important RL issues. Good luck in the future!
Darn, I was really hoping Great War would win. Either way, congrats to all the participants and winners!