Imperial Splendour attempts to create the best Empire: Total War experience possible without destroying the essence of the game, with an eye towards expanding and enriching the experience, while adding to the game's realism whenever possible. IS 2.2.1b focus on Britain and France, adding two periods so as to allow an evolution of the uniforms. IS made also a large rework on the visual and sound aspect so as to make ETW as enjoyable as last TW games. The CAI and BAI are totally reviewed, the Great Campaign is now really more challenging, and it will be difficult for you to impose to the World your imperial splendour.

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ahmedmed Feb 17 2013, 11:18am says:

yea very smart ,riding between the two armies on the verge of shooting on each other

go general ,and die with style ;)

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Sebestyen Jul 28 2013, 5:22pm replied:

You know back in that times commanding the army was not in Pentagon or in good warm tent!In that times when units had sufferd generals was sufferd when units died generals died that is why then was bravery not like today!

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ahmedmed Aug 10 2013, 6:38am replied:

yes u r right ,now u don't need to have even soldiers to conduct ur wars,just a remote control and u will be just fine

as for good warm tent it don't have a safe room or air conditioner ,a very strong wind and u will chase ur underwear!!!

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RavensFlight Nov 22 2013, 1:34pm replied:

Not always true. In World War II, both the Soviets and the Germans suffered high officer casualty rates, with the Wehrmacht actually losing higher percentages of officers than it was NCOs and enlisted men. Though, the U.S. only lost one general officer through the entire war.

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