this mod is set during the height of The Byzantine Empire from 525AD to 533AD under Emperor Justinian. which will be Both single and Multiplayer. The Playable factions are 1 The Roman byzantine Empire 2 The Visigoths 3 Kingdom of Franks 4 The Vandals 5 The Saxons 6 The Slavs 7 Kingdom of Gepides the Byzantines will still have legions since they only were disbanded in the 7th century AD there will be Historical unit types for all factions. And ill need some modders for this so please contact me if you think you can help and everyone enjoy the mod when its released.

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vikior
vikior Oct 16 2012, 3:11am says:

Celtic?
The Celts on this picture are from the Gallic Wars of Julius Caesar.
By the time of the mod the Celts only exsisted in Caledonia (Scotland)

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tijs0102
tijs0102 Oct 16 2012, 10:27am says:

smart guy XD

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nashvicks21
nashvicks21 Oct 16 2012, 12:00pm says:

yeah and caledonia is planned to be in this mod these units are gonna have some features copied some features of them not all.

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nashvicks21
nashvicks21 Oct 16 2012, 12:02pm says:

and ive done research and it wasnt just caledonia Picts Dalriadan Scots North Britons and Angles

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vikior
vikior Oct 16 2012, 2:22pm says:

Angles were Germanic people...not Celtic

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nashvicks21
nashvicks21 Oct 16 2012, 8:18pm says:

yes but by this time they had some land in england and scotland lol but ill do research just to make sure this is right or not cause where im getting my history could be wrong.

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Kellerman60
Kellerman60 Mar 2 2013, 1:07pm replied:

The Anlgo-Saxons (as they were known at this point) would have controlled the east, south east and parts of the midlands. Not Scotland

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