This mod occupies time periods between Fourth (1202-1204) and Fifth (1217-1221) Crusades. It starts at 1206 and lasts till 1217. Like warriors of that war, you must choose who will you fight with and who will evantually take control over the Holy lands during the Crusades!

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Cliroj May 25 2013, 5:04am says:


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bozzkiller May 25 2013, 6:52am says:

is that siege battle or standard battle

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ahmedmed May 25 2013, 8:23am replied:

it is a standard battle ,coz horses

nerd ;p

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Gimblob May 25 2013, 10:52am replied:

maybe he modded the game so horses can be in sieges

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shaboomdude1 May 25 2013, 7:02pm says:

Looks epic

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AlexWasHere May 27 2013, 9:41am says:

Most likely yes. Based off the screenshots it feels like the team has made the sieges almost like total war. You could see multiple siege towers, you could see 50 men standing in formation and you could see the ram breaking down the gate. So possibly he has made cav in sieges so you can charge in.

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Frenchy56 May 29 2013, 9:17am buried:


Do you even know what total war means?

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AlexWasHere May 29 2013, 6:39pm replied:

I've spent 300 hours on the game so yes. Yes i do know what that means.

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Frenchy56 Jun 8 2013, 4:28pm replied:

Total War is the act of a nation to fully mobilize itself for war, like propaganda, full mobilization of military and civilian forces,etc...
So it has nothing to do on the tactical level.

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FI2_Mapper_0FighterR Jun 18 2013, 4:10pm replied:

Total War series genius,

medieval 2 total war to be exact.

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Frenchy56 Jun 19 2013, 3:37pm replied:

Total War is a proper noun, which has no meaning.
And he could have said it was the game.
Let's end this stupid argument.

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