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Jensaarai Nov 16 2013, 6:50am says:

it kinda looks like a rifle

+7 votes   media: SV-103 Class Artillery Barge
Jensaarai Sep 30 2013, 1:32am replied:

post means after. pre means before.

+1 vote   media: Pre Clone War Era
Jensaarai Aug 16 2012, 1:33am replied:

Perhaps I wasn't clear. What I ment is that since this a rothana ship, it's bridge should look more like the rothana Acclamator's, and less like the KDY Venator's.

+4 votes   media: Rothana Destroyer
Jensaarai Aug 15 2012, 1:58pm says:

Very nice model, but I would like to see a more acclamator-like bridge, in order to distinguish it from the kuati Venator

+5 votes   media: Rothana Destroyer
Jensaarai Jul 24 2012, 1:22pm says:


+2 votes   media: Hes gone hes really gone
Jensaarai Jul 5 2012, 11:44pm says:

These are pretty cool!

+3 votes   media: New Republic Anti Infantry Turret
Jensaarai May 13 2012, 1:17am says:

Great models!

As for the league bonus, Boeotia was one of the few Greek states with a decent cavalry force. My idea for their bonus is to make their light cavalry train faster and a little stronger, while slightly increasing their cost.

BTW, what will the fourth league option be?

+1 vote   media: The Boeotian League
Jensaarai Apr 12 2012, 1:18am says:

The right one's shield is upside-down.

+1 vote   media: Sparta! (Kings and Conquerors Preview)
Jensaarai Mar 5 2012, 10:08am replied:


+3 votes   media: SaeSee Tiin
Jensaarai Jul 25 2011, 2:33am says:

Will you create special indigenous units, like gungan cavalry or heavy wookie warriors?

+2 votes   media: Cloning Facility
Jensaarai Jul 11 2011, 6:59am replied:


+3 votes   media: test model Russian land battleship kv-6 !
Jensaarai Jun 28 2011, 8:06am says:

He has pointy ears. Is he an elf?

+1 vote   media: Maradat The Serpent Hero Of Harad
Jensaarai Jun 12 2011, 1:22am says:

I think a good idea would be to use something like the inn system in RJ-ROTWK to recruit allied unitsfrom the various states of Greece, or even mercenaries or Persians.

+2 votes   mod: The Peloponnesian Wars
Jensaarai Jun 12 2011, 1:16am says:

Don't worry, it is similar to a phalanx. Besides, if the battalions in the second row are not in phalanx formation, the whole thing will look exactly like a phalanx.

+1 vote   media: Phalanx Formation
Jensaarai Jun 10 2011, 12:06pm replied:

I know. Sorry I didn't say but I'm Greek. It's just Greek hoplons usually carried the first letter of the city-state's name and I can't think of a city that starts with an "Ω". I know that it's just a tiny detail but I had to ask. Not meaning to be critical or anything.

+1 vote   media: Lots of images
Jensaarai Jun 10 2011, 9:01am says:

What does the "Ω" stand for?

+1 vote   media: Lots of images
Jensaarai Apr 13 2011, 6:40am says:

15 heroes are too many, since only 10 appear in the hero bar. I think that, since it is still space only, Wolf Sazen and the Yuzzan Vong can be removed without much loss in the overall experience. Also, most hero squadrons can be removed to save some space.

+1 vote   mod: Legacy Era: Second Imperial Civil War
Jensaarai Nov 27 2010, 8:34am says:

me too

+1 vote   media: Possible 3.2 Splash Images
Jensaarai Nov 10 2010, 10:02am replied:

About the elven factions, Eregion was destroyed during the 2nd age, and the House of Finrod lived in Lindon, so they should be with Grey Havens.

+2 votes   mod: Third Age - Total War
Jensaarai Aug 8 2010, 12:50am says:

Why are there two Saul Karaths?

+1 vote   media: The remaining 6 pictures.
Jensaarai Aug 4 2010, 1:01pm replied:

You're absolutely right. The Hammerhead wasn't a converted liner, it was a compact battleship designed during the old sith wars.

BTW, can you make the point-defence lasers more rapid-fire as seen in KOTOR 2?

+1 vote   article: bugs, gliches, strange things....
Jensaarai Aug 2 2010, 12:54am replied:

Maybe it's because he's heavy cavalry and the guards of Khazad-Dum are heavy infantry. I defeated him with only one unit of tower guards.

+1 vote   mod: Third Age - Total War
Jensaarai Jul 28 2010, 12:40am replied:

Crazy you are hhmm.

But really we have no idea about how Vandar fights.

+1 vote   mod: Republic at War
Jensaarai Jul 26 2010, 1:32am replied:

Because Venators came out of Imperial service long before the start of the galactic civil war. During the war, Venators were available for sale for too high a price for any rebel-in-hiding to buy or any rebel sympathiser to donate without raising suspitions. As for the capture of Venators, most operational Venators were in private fleets. Also, there is the problem of scale: the rebels simply didn't have the means to support a fleet of Venators.

BTW most, if not all, of the captured Imperials and Victorys were captured during and after the Battle of Endor when the Empire was falling apart and the New Republic was being formed.

+2 votes   media: Which Skin?
Jensaarai Jul 25 2010, 12:14am replied:

Elendil was not only the king of Arnor but also the high king of all the Dunedain lands of Middle Earth. After Sauron's defeat and Elendil's and Anarion's death Isildur became both king of Arnor and high king of the Dunedain.

+1 vote   mod: Third Age - Total War
Jensaarai Jul 24 2010, 3:12am says:

This is for forces of corruption, isn't it?

+1 vote   mod: Old Republic at war
Jensaarai Jul 24 2010, 12:22am replied:

I suppose they will be rebels, though adding a few more nations would be beneficial to the mod.

+1 vote   media: The MAP
Jensaarai Jul 23 2010, 1:33pm replied:

and in Moria in the fellowship campaign instead of fighting the new ''The Balrog'' unit you fight the old ''balrogs'' unit. That is, instead of fighting one really powerful balrog, you fight eleven (with huge unit size) slightly less powerful balrogs.

+1 vote   mod: Third Age - Total War
Jensaarai Jul 23 2010, 6:06am replied:

What? Austalia?!

+3 votes   mod: GARRA'S PACK
Jensaarai Jul 23 2010, 6:04am says:

Why doesn't the boetian league have boetia itself?

BTW, the ancient greek borders werwn't exactly the borders of today's greek nomoi.

I'm from Greece and I know much about the ancient greek history so if you have any questions about historical details just contact me in my profile page.

+1 vote   media: The MAP
Jensaarai Jul 4 2010, 3:30am says:

This actually looks like a moderatelly-armed hoplite. Light hoplites didn't wear armor.

+1 vote   media: Atenian light hoplite
Jensaarai Jul 4 2010, 3:28am replied:

There were NO women in any greek army. I believe this picture is the amazon archer from R:TW.

+1 vote   media: Atenian archers
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