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Report article RSS Feed RJ-RotWK Vs. Wars of Arda

Posted by TheStig on Mar 23rd, 2009

Hi, i'm Nethelen Narcu from both Revora Forums and the Wars of Arda forums. I am a huge fan of both the mods but both are very different. I'm not sure which one I prefer but i like the way WoA has minifactions and I like the potential of the mod. RJ-RotWK is another very good mod, I like the way that Rob and the team have done the Elves (Split into 3 factions and selected from an unbuilt fortress at the start of the game) and they have done the same with the Men of the East (Harad and Rhun). SO I'd like everyone's opinion. Tell me which one you prefer and why.

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TheStig Mar 23 2009, 7:38pm says:

Please post opinions below/above however it goes :P.

Expect Updates soonish

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ithilienranger732 Apr 1 2009, 9:26pm says:

At the moment, at the risk of sounding treasonous to the mod I'm on, I have to say that I prefer RJ. However, that's only because the Wars of Arda isn't as polished, since it's currently on the internal beta stage, and thus not as impressive. Oh yeah, and there's the question of convenience in installation... Still, when WoA has its final released, it will be unrivaled. *Until RJ busts out more amazing innovations...*

In other words, eternal tie. :)

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TheStig Apr 18 2009, 6:46am replied:

Thats the problem I had too IRS

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TheStig Jul 3 2009, 1:03pm says:

Nobody else cares

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