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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Peasant Feb 28 2010 says:


But I do think the city looks a little bare. Add some temporary/low-end housing and other rubbish outside the wall or something.

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Altair0 Mar 1 2010 says:

that city is awesome

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LOTRuler Mar 1 2010 says:

that looks awesome!!

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Reaf Mar 1 2010 says:

Well, if Roman Capua means, and I'm just guessing here, a Roman Camp or a Roman Fort, this looks just right!

And I hate to be the one to ask but... When!?!?!?!

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Peasant Mar 2 2010 replied:

No. It's an actual city/town. According to wiki it was a pretty important center in it's time.

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A brief look at a Dacian faction siege of Roman owned Capua

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Feb 28th, 2010
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