Europe 1200 gets ported to Warband. With a bigger map, more factions, and loads of new content. A reallistic mod that takes the player to the Middle Ages, when more than 20 different factions fight for their own expansion and glory.

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DAK1LL3r5009 Nov 24 2010 says:

Its good but just seems a bit sharp on the edges. Apart from that its very good.

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RevanShan Nov 25 2010 says:

Keep in mind it's still wip. It isn't finished yet.

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Lokna Feb 12 2011 says:


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johnkillzyou Apr 18 2011 says:

Please add in Worksop I beg you

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Ankios Sep 19 2011 says:

Do you guys plan to create Brittany ? Brittany has never been French until the dissolution of the 1532 treaty by the revolutionaries in 1791. And before that, since 1532 Brittany was an independant nation under the French King (kind of how Canada is under the British crown currently). And before 1532, "Breizh", or Brittany in Engllish, was a fully independant Nation.

Actually, using the French names for the cities is also not correct actually. French was not spoken and the cities' names have been changed by the French invaders only since the XIXth century. For example, "Rennes"' real name is "Roazhon", Tréguier is Landreger, Vannes is Gwenned, Caraix is Karaes, etc...

Of you want any informations about Brittany's history and informations on real names, etc... I would love to give them to you.

And by the way, well done for your amazing work on other parts of Europe !

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SergentChaotix Apr 1 2012 replied:

If you do this, then every town in the goddam France should be independant. Every Lord were kind of independant, the king of France had a really little territory at this time, most of it was under French Lords. So I thinks it's ok to keep Britanny French. They always were really friends with France. It becames a Duché of France during the IX century, which means it under the king rules (the same as the Normands, who actually decided to leave the French control). Then it becames the King territory in 1532, that means the king owned it. The only difference is who get the money, but it's still France. The only thing which change in 1790 was about commerce. But I think it's a good idea to change the names of the towns in breton, or even to have Breton knights. But Brittany is France my friend. ;) Pardon my english, I'm a frog.

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Ankios Jun 9 2012 says:

I'm sorry but this is absolutely not true. Unitl 1532, Brittany was entirely independent from France. Brittany became a "French" duchy only in 1532.

You are right for other French duchies, but not for Brittany. Brittany was an entirely independent country for 3 and a half more centuries in 1200.

And no Brittany was not friends with the French. Brittany and France have been at war lots of times between 1200 and 1532.

I'm Breton so I am well placed to know that.

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Normandy and its surrounding lands.

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