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Damn, sorry, there's also some mega links on Total War Center: Twcenter.net
I believe it should be in \Steam\steamapps\common\Medieval II Total War\mods\
Note that I wrote this from memory and guesswork as though I have steam, I don't have Medieval 2 on it, so browse manually and you should find it. Hope it works!
This guide is outdated, see the one on this mod's page on Total War Center :)
Just the latest, they're full versions.
I just linked the post that explains! :P
v3.0 has at last been released, for a full feature list and installation instructions, check out: Twcenter.net
And on a side note, this mod will principally remain an art mod, no coding in of addition stuff, that's for Westeros itself, keeps it simple :P
Yes, Kingdoms is required, as well as Westeros 0.53. :)
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There should be Executable.bat which installs with either the install of Westeros Total War or Westeros Enhanced, whichever you chose, if you did install these and you dont have the bat then either something's been corrupted or god knows what. Working on 3.0 which will get rid of these problems and ease installation anyway.
Westeros 0.53 is Vanilla, Vanilla meaning unedited.
GoT also works on Young Bloods, an edit of Enhanced. Best to use that.
When you are 1 person managing a mod (the two others do not do more than make art and cut voices which is fine) then having to trawl through all the download pages is quite a task. I focus on the comments on the first page, and the fact is, this tutorial has been here a while and this mod has worked perfectly for me and many others for a while. Good luck.
Maybe one day, I need a unit modeller :(
As a modder on 1.0, working on coding and much more, I can safely say that no one knows how long remains :P
By "two other files" I presume you mean the installers? If so, yes :) Good luck.
Go to where the file was installed, typically: C:\Program Files (x84)\SEGA\Medieval 2 Total War\mods\Westeros
And create a shortcut to the .bat file you find there, move the shortcut to your desktop or wherever.
No bat file, you didn't install it properly.
Checked the Enhanced submod and it has a Westeros.bat file so running that should work, if it isn't there you can't have installed 0.53 or Enhanced properly.
Must be an issue with your Westeros 0.53/Enhanced install, I know Westeros 0.53 gives you a shortcut, not sure about Enhanced.
Medieval III: Total War? :P
Maybe in the future :P
Go to whereever you installed it, typically:
C:\Program Files (x86)\SEGA\Medieval II Total War\mods\Westeros
And look for the file "Executable.bat", right click it and select, "Create Shortcut", the Shortcut can be renamed and dragged to whereever you desire :)
Use the Young Bloods Download here: Twcenter.net(New-Version-(01-04-2012))
The differences are mostly between the main mod Westeros and its submod Enhanced. Vanilla is basically Medieval 2 with a new map and some skinned factions (Stark and one other iirc) whilst Enhanced adds various new features, changes and bug fixes.
Neither is perfect but they will help ease the time until Westeros: Total War 1.0.
For a complete list of changes and a working Enhanced download link: Twcenter.net(New-Version-(01-04-2012))
Note that the most recent version is called "Young Bloods".
Note also that there have been some bugs from this GoT submod surrounding Walder Frey since there are two of his name, dodgy unique voices and portraits occasionally occur.
Please read the description: "It is highly recommended that you visit the official mod page at TWCenter.net to get precise details and installation help."
The link is in the Profile section under "Official Page", I receive e-mail updates on that page immediately. The page also contains installation instructions complete with links to the main mods you must use. I could make it standalone but when 1.0 comes out, standalone will not be permitted, mercifully however there will be no "Enhanced" to confuse people.
It also does not help me to answer your problems as I do not know if you are using Enhanced or Vanilla Westeros TW.
I hope the instructions help :) I'm also going to spend the next few hours redoing the instructions, make them clearer.
Going well that I know :P
Go to where the mod was installed, typically: C:\Program Files (x86)\Total War\Medieval II Total War\mods\Westeros
Right click on the .bat file and select "Create Shortcut", then drag the Shortcut to your Desktop.
If you are having any other issues, I strongly advise you to view the Total War Center page, linked in the mod profile above.