An expansion/overhaul mod of epic proportions, with entirely rebalanced gameplay, expanded factions, new gametypes, graphical overhauls, and five new factions; stealth-based Confederate Revolutionaries, tower defense-inspired Atomic Kingdom of China, economy-focused Mediterranean Syndicate, DotA-esque Order of the Talon and spammy Electrical Protectorate.

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zimon2210 Mar 31 2009, 2:03am says:

Not bad ;D
I think its even better! :P
This is ingame music or menu thing?

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ferriswheel42 Mar 31 2009, 7:56am replied:

I can't remember what we decided XD. What do you think it should be?

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Kiory Mar 31 2009, 10:07am replied:

Actually, it's very well suited to an in game menu, but not as battle music.

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Johnpeter Apr 22 2009, 12:22am replied:

Maybe the Chinese campaign?

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Westonbirt Mar 20 2011, 9:15am replied:

Or simply early game theme ?

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Kiory Mar 31 2009, 2:31am says:

Pretty good. Reminds me of the music you would see in a van dam film. Nice delay on the kantele or whatever it was you used.

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Xyrom Mar 31 2009, 12:14pm says:

i personally think it would be a good in game calm before the storm type thing

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Anderwin Mar 31 2009, 1:16pm says:

More like a menu thing, not a ingame song. But I like it but not ingame.

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Vikestart Apr 1 2009, 10:59am says:

Very good

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Kerensky287 Apr 3 2009, 8:49pm says:

I kinda think this fits for China "Triumphant" music... by which I mean the music that plays when you've come out on top during an encounter, and when you've won a mission. (Example: Soviet Triumphant music )

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Cjslayer16 Apr 4 2009, 11:57pm says:

Yeah sounds almost like it would when Japan wins a match although its also got the good differences which would be just perfect :)

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MDoyle Apr 24 2009, 3:40pm says:

such a brillient peice of music. i wish i could come up with music like that.

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RabidEdx532 May 7 2009, 8:05pm says:

Very good work!!!! I think you hit a home-run with this one

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shinmg92 May 12 2009, 5:11am says:

great track!!! awesome work

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soulpelt Jun 4 2009, 11:58am says:

Should be ingame when the Chinese are dominating everything.

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sgtNACHO Jun 16 2009, 3:52pm says:

I love this song, its really catchy.

The tempo is strong and the it makes you feel proud to be playing as China.

Although isn't the Chinese in Paradox supposed to be more modern and like denouncing their old ways or something, you never really clarified on the royalist party's stances so the world may never know...

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(212th)leader Dec 23 2009, 1:17pm replied:

That's Japan....

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ManimalR Jan 4 2010, 4:17pm says:

good menu music for when youve just won as the chinese, but not good for in game music

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orca464 May 16 2010, 6:38am says:

love it

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Cantus Dec 23 2011, 3:57pm says:

Sounds like the sort of thing that would play when masses of Nian Tanks are rolling across the battlefield to blast the enemies of the Viceroy into their constituent atoms.

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Dentedhelm Jan 10 2013, 6:47am says:

I always imagined the AKC's music to be a little screechier and Atomic. Not that I'm complaining, this song is BAWSE!!!! :D

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A theme for the Atomic Kingdom of China, composed by Chris Feres.

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Mar 31st, 2009
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