Kings and Conquerors: The Hellenistic Era is a total conversion mod for Rise of Nations: Thrones and Patriots that aims to bring the Hellenistic period to life.

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AlphaZulu
AlphaZulu Jan 14 2015, 3:17am says:

This is hella awesome!

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Wintercross
Wintercross Jan 14 2015, 4:44am says:

Looks good!

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Knez
Knez Jan 14 2015, 5:26am says:

Walls ?!!
YES
IT's only on scenario editor,but it doesn't matter.
We can make some epic battles,

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azangara
azangara Jan 14 2015, 9:31am replied:

стены можно строить, есль добавить крестам эту функцию

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Super7700 Author
Super7700 Jan 14 2015, 4:04pm replied:

That's just what I'm hoping for, I'd love to reenact some historical battles and wars!

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Beelim
Beelim Jan 17 2015, 10:10pm replied:

We do have plans for a CtW. The walls would be ideal for epic scenarios, ie siege of Carthage, etc.

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azangara
azangara Jan 14 2015, 9:30am says:

O YES!

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Super7700 Author
Super7700 Jan 14 2015, 4:06pm replied:

Thanks, I hope these will be useful to you with the great scenarios you are designing!

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almos_22
almos_22 Jan 14 2015, 12:30pm says:

OO Yes YES!!! :) This is outstanding!!!

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knight133
knight133 Jan 14 2015, 12:34pm says:

will there be gatehouses to build with and, when available to have?

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Super7700 Author
Super7700 Jan 14 2015, 4:00pm replied:

Yes I'll be adding gatehouses as well, though I might not be able to make them open and close (they'll just remain open). All of this will be in the next release, which is still a long way away.

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knight133
knight133 Jan 15 2015, 2:33pm replied:

thank you!

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JeluArg
JeluArg Jan 16 2015, 8:13pm says:

WOAH!!! is incredible i like it a lot

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Beelim
Beelim Jan 17 2015, 8:25pm says:

Awesome work! I recognise those towers, though. Did you assimilate them from the Carthaginian city which I created in max?
Anyway, I noticed an issue which you might not have noticed: the segments are not flush with one another. Try to create your segments so that they resemble those in Age of Empires - they should be built in 2-doober squares, with the ends occupying the full doober, and the walls being flush with the square. Try and make 3 different parts - corner, n-s aligned segment, and e-w aligned segment. I can show you how it's done.

Will you be creating diagonal segments by any chance?

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Super7700 Author
Super7700 Jan 18 2015, 2:30pm replied:

Thank you very much! The towers are actually a mix of two models imported from EU3. The wall models do occupy the full doober, the reason why they don't completely align is due to the varying elevation of the terrain, so unfortunately there's nothing that can really be done about that.

I don't see much of a need for diagonal segments, also I think there would be issues with the alignment. So for now it'll just be these pieces as well as gates.

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Beelim
Beelim Jan 18 2015, 8:10pm replied:

You can create your own using elements from the Carthaginian wall model which I gave you. It should not be too difficult.

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WartotalXD
WartotalXD Jan 19 2015, 6:34am says:

Looking good ;)

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While there isn't any way to get walls working properly in quick battles, you will be able to place walls in the scenario editor, so you can have walled cities and fortresses! This should help to make scenarios more immersive and historical.

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