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I can live with that ^^ as i said, that's more of a nitpick.
Very nice work, only nitpick would be the far left Helmet, looks very "rich" for a mustered peasant, but maybe he was rewarded with one or traded it for his best horse, idk, i guess we could let loose of our imagination.
They all look fantastic, Number 5 looks very good but maybe looks to much like a Classic gondorian.
n°3 and 5 arm armor+gauntlet looks the best.
n°2 and 5 Breastplate looks the best.
n°2 tights armor looks a bit unpractical.
n°4 tabard is a classic, yet great look for swan knights.
Anyway, very nice work from Robbie Macsweeney
That's nice to hear ! I also like that idea of an Imperial Invasion of earth, could be great fun!
Looks great ! Been following this mod from the days it was coupled with the western mod and the ww2 east front mod (if i recall correctly) and the progress you made is amazing.
I was wondering, since you decided to port the mod to CtA, will you consider making it "multiplayer skirmish" ready ? Would be alot of fun to do some domination match star wars style !
You might have answered that in the past but i can't get my hand on it.
Bonjour je vient de remarquer ton message désolé. As-tu cocher "activer les mods périmés" dans le launcher d'attila ?
This is a bug with Attila, for the replay to work nobody should move his troops in the deployment zone at the start of the game. Click start right away.
if the file is called medievalkingdom.pack it should be it. That's wierd that you get it allready unpacked after download tho.
Not in this release.
You can play against AI in custom battles
have you ticked "enable out of date mods" in the launcher ?
You can select a mirror with moddb, select one that is closer to you.
-Does the game crash on startup too if you launch without any mod ?
-If it crash, backup medievalkingdom.pack to make sure it is not erased and verify the game's cache integrity. (right click on Attila in steam library>proprieties>game files)
-If it launch well, i do not know ...
Set your game language to english
Are you on the lastest version of Attila? (1.6.0 i think it is)
Maybe there was a problem during the download ? what is the format ?
Launch the game without any mods and make sure to set the custom battle to "grand campaign" and not a DLC map.
It is also advised to play a battle with those settings because it revert back to the DLC map for some people if they close the game without doing a battle.
set you game language to english
You can also download it in your download folder/desktop or whatever, then cut and paste to Steam/steammaps/common/Total War Atilla/data
Is your game language set to english ?
Do you have the lastest version of the game and do you have any other mod enabled ?
what is the step you struggle with ? maybe we could help you!
I'll try to put it simply with my limited knowledge of english.
-Most of the Time, mods come in a compressed format. It makes it less heavy and quicker to download.
-Downloading get the files in you computer's hard drive.
"Extracting" is decompressing the file so your computer can read it.
-Use Winrar or 7zip to extract the file
You can get both software for free.
-The unzipped file's extension will be ".pack" make sure it is located in Data folder ( Steam/steamapps/common/total war attila/data )
-Once it is done, open your attila launcher.
-Click on the red button called "mod manager"
-In the lower part of the launcher, every mods installed in your computer for attila will be displayed.
-tick the "enable out of date mods" (should be inbetween the play button and the part where mods are displayed).
-tick the box next to the Medieval kingdom mod.
-enjoy the mod
Too bad the only mirrors are in Canada, i'll have to wait until NL servers are available i guess.
Edit: Nevermind, for whatever reason it download fine.
Use Winrar or 7zip to unzip the file (it is a compressed form of the file so it isn't too heavy to download).
You can get both software for free.
The unzipped file's extension will be ".pack" make sure it is located in Data folder ( Steam/steamapps/common/total war attila/data )