Credit to The Byzantine for the Logo and Signatures.

British Isles:

Kingdom of England
English Earldoms
Kingdom of Scotland
Kingdom of Gwynedd
Kingdom of Ireland

France:

Kingdom of France
Duchy of Burgundy
Provence
County of Toulouse
County of Flanders

Holy Roman Empire:

Holy Roman Empire
Duchy of Bavaria
Duchy of Saxony
Duchy of Lorraine
March of Brandenburg
Duchy of Savory
Duchy of Austria
Kingdom of Bohemia
Schwyz
Friesland

Italy:

Republic of Venice
Republic of Genoa
Republic of Pisa
Duchy of Lombardy
The Papacy
Kingdom of Sicily

Spain:

Kingdom of Aragon
Kingdom of Castile
Kingdom of Leon
Kingdom of Navarre
Kingdom of Portugal
Almohad Caliphate


Central Europe:

Kingdom of Hungary
Second Bulgarian Tsardom
Grand Principality of Serbia
Banate of Croatia
Banate of Bosnia

Scandinavia:

Kingdom of Denmark
Kingdom of Sweden

Eastern Europe:

Greater Poland
Lesser Poland
Duchy of Silesia
Duchy of Pomerania
Teutonic Order
Kingdom of Lithuania
Kievan Rus
Galicia-Volhynia
Cuman Khanate
Ryazan-Murom
Volga Bulgars

Byzantine Successor States:

Empire of Nicaea
Latin Empire
Empire of Trebizond
Despotate of Eprius

Anatolia and the Middle East:

Sultanate of Rum
Cilician Armenia
Crusader States
Ayyubid Sultunate
Kingdom of Makuria
Hafsids
Banu Ghaniya
Rasulids
Oman
Zengid Dynasty
Kingdom of Georgia
Shirvan
Kingdom of Abkhazia
Abbasid Caliphate


Khwarezmian Empire:

Khwarezm
Ahmadilis
Bavandids
Hazaraspids
Salghurids


Now if there were factions you wanted to see that didn't make it on this list, it was either due to constraints from the city limit.... or we have them for emergents! I also put the Mongols here as well since they kind of straddle the line.

Emergents:

Mongol Horde
Moldavia
Transylvania
Wallachia
Ottomans
Dauphine
Brabant
Tungul
Nogais
Armenia
Gascony
Tuscany
Verona
Aquitaine
Thuringia
Obortrites
Prussians
Circassians
Kurds
Sardinia
Valencia
Murcia
Granada
Cordoba
Morea
Khazaria
Lettgians
Ragusa
and more...

Religion List:

Catholicism
Orthodoxy
Sunni Islam
Shia Islam
Tengri
Paganism
Bogomiliism
Nestorianism
Catharism

Agents: TBD

Release Date: TBD

Links:

Total War Center:

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The Duchy of (Upper) Lorraine



The duchy of Lorraine evolved out of the Carolingian kingdom of Lotharingia. In 975, the kingdom was divided into the duchies of Upper Lorraine and Lower Lorraine. The area that formed Lower Lorraine was passed to the dukes of Brabant in 1100. They ceased to use the duchy's title ('Lothier') in 1190, so Lower Lorraine ceased to exist as a separate entity. Upper Lorraine was the sole surviving bearer of the name, and after 1190 it dropped the prefix of 'upper', becoming the sole duchy of Lorraine. Lorraine is the border duchy of the HRE, bordering the Burgundy to the west, with the HRE to the duchy's east. Because of this, I have units using French, German, and in tier three mostly, Alsatian (the prevalent language of Lorraine at the time) to show how Lorraine was influenced by varying cultures on all sides.

(Note: Banners are temporary- Warman)

Early Tier

Sword Infantry:

Urban Militia




Lorrainer Swordsmen




Dismounted Alsatian Ritter





Axe Infantry:

Volges Holzfaller




Spear Infantry:

Common Militia




Dismounted Kurzschwertreiter




Pike Infantry:


Bas-Rhin Schiltron Miliz





Shock Cavalry:

Scouts




Alsatian Ritter





Melee Cavalry:

Levy Horsemen




Kurzschwertreiter





Crossbow Infantry:


Jager-crossbows




Militia Crossbowmen




High Tier:

Sword Infantry:

Dismounted Alsatian Chevaliers




Lorrainer Swordsmen




Polearm Infantry:

Hommes d'armes




Spear Infantry:

Pavise Spearmen




Spear Militia




Dismounted Coutiliers




Pike Infantry:

Schiltron Lanciers





Shock Cavalry:

Alsatian Chevaliers




Hommes d'armes Montés




Melee Cavalry:

Coutiliers




Militia Horsemen





Crossbow / Archer Infantry:

Lorrainer Crossbowmen




Meurthe Levy Archers




Free Company Longbowmen





Late Tier:

Sword Infantry:

Dismounted Alsatian Chevaliers




Sãwell de Mãnn




Moselle Merchant-Marines




Polearm Infantry:

Halberds

Stàdt Halbardde




Guild Halbardde




Polearms

Halbardde Hommes




Dismounted Alsatian Nobles




Spear Infantry:

Pavise Lãng-stëckke Mann






Dismounted Coutiliers




Pike Infantry:

Hecht de Mãnn




Shock Cavalry:

Alsatian Chevaliers




Hommes a Cheval




Mounted Alsatian Nobles






Melee Cavalry:

Coutiliers




Crossbow / Archer Infantry:

Lorrainer Pavise Armbrüste




When the Crossbowmen go into melee:




Franc-archers






Genoese Crossbowmen



(Just the generic merc crossbowmen)

Free Company Longbowmen





Gunner Infantry:

Lorrainer Arkebusen





I would like to personally thank slytacular for his council, guidance, and advise on the Lorraine. I would also like to thank Luke George of Bologna for helping out with research of names and other general history questions, and Ltd. for his help with the different parts of the faction-making process.

Any feedback or suggestions are always appreciated!

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TIEdefender
TIEdefender

I don't get it, the German factions just don't look as good as the other factions. Bohemia and Lorraine late units look richer and just better than the Holy Roman Empire.

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kittyraider
kittyraider

Different team-members.

Original Germans are worked by Ltd, one of the senior member. Later he worked on Bohemians. Ltd's style are well-made but not over-the-top.

The German revamp was handed to Fawn. Fawn's style are really colorful and extravagant (see how he made Toulouse, Burgundy, and Jerusalem) - however on the Germans he decided to have rather austere choices like beards, furs, and horned helmet. This decision is rather controversial.

Lorraine is actually worked by Azrien, a real newbie.

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TheSparker19
TheSparker19

Norway has fallen!

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miras499
miras499

Its still for Battle map version or its for campaign?

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Spinosaurus666
Spinosaurus666

installed february version units are invincible

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bjkkartallar
bjkkartallar

İs this mod compatible to v1.6 ?

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RedDriinks
RedDriinks

I'm having issues with arty with this mod, it makes my game crashes everytime...Help please

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kittyraider
kittyraider

Don't play it with any other mod that edits special_ability_phases

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EnglishKnight
EnglishKnight

All these people complaining about campaign i think this mod needs balancing more some of the units don't make any sense Knights are weak as **** but anyway great mod :)

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