Hegemony 268 B.C. is a historical based mod which tells the tale of 24 factions around the Mediterranean, and surrounding lands. The mod features custom scenes, maps, icons, equipment, troops. 268 B.C. also has custom music developed by Nick Wylie, composer for Europa Barbarorum, as well as features music by Vlad Kuryluk, composer of Rome: Total Realism. 268 B.C. also features art by Johnny Shumate. The playable factions include: Roman Republic Gaul Federation Dacia Kingdom of Pontus Pergamon Kingdom of Cyrenaica Nabataea Taurican City-States Syracuse Massalia Kingdom of Brigantia Kingdom of Scythia Minor Tribes of Illyria Numidia Kingdom of Epirus Tribes of Iberia Tribes of Sarmatia Macedonia Seleucid Empire Tribes of Germania Carthage Chremonidian League Ptolemaic Empire Belgae Confederacy 268 B.C. is a total conversion mod, designed to immerse the player in the ancient era in command of hoplites, successor phalanxs', Maniple Romans, and much more!

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Legio II Italica Pia
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StrikerGER Nov 8 2011 says:


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LOTRuler Nov 8 2011 says:

can't wait to slain thes muwhaha, nice graphics!

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Triarii_90 Dec 22 2011 says:

this is late 3. century auxilary or limitanean guard ?

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Mihajlo261 May 27 2012 says:

This is really made wery nice all congrats !!! :)

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masquedios May 23 2013 says:

Please! Please! include Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pulo in this mod. ;) If you know what i mind...

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spartan123100 Jul 12 2014 says:

come on now release the mod

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This is a comprehensive look at a standard legionary trooper for the 3rd century A.D. period. This particular one is in service of the 2nd Italian legion, which won accolades for it's loyalty to the Emperor of Rome during the 3rd century crisis.

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