designed for 64 bit OS. 32 bit OS owners should use low resolution texture pack. Introduction: Rome at War is a Third Century B.C. themed Multiplayer Mod (with SinglePlayer in alpha stage) developed for Mount and Blade Warband V. 1.153-1.158 featuring nine factions at the moment, a few new maps and music files. Features: - 9 Historically accurate factions, Romani (Romans), Gallia (Gauls), Koinon Hellenon (Greek League), Makedonia (Macedonians), Safinim (Samnites), Megálê Hellás (Greek colonies of south Italy), Basileion Syrakosion (Greek colonies of Sicily), Epeiros (Epirus, between Illyria and Greece), Rasenna (Etruscans) - Custom Maps - Dozens of Weapons/armors/shields - New animations - Custom Banners The team: - RGCotL - Modeling/Texturing/Team leader - Gothic Knight - Modeling/Texturing/Historical Advice - Seek n Destroy - Coding/Research/Historical Advice - Theretor - Music Composer - DarthTaco - Research/Historical Advice - KickingJoub - Scener

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Seek.n.Destroy

Previous shields for comparison: Tw.greywool.com

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SquizzyT
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faake and gay

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Dwarfbeard
Dwarfbeard

how is this fake and gay again?

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Ettenrocal
Ettenrocal

Holy mother of christ this is so good !!!

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SlySlav℠
SlySlav℠

Good job!

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EXU_SKULLY
EXU_SKULLY

looking really good

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VINC.XXIII
VINC.XXIII

Great work.

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Description

New models and textures for the Etruscan Aspis.
Models and base textures made by Rgcotl.
Patterns made by Seek n Destroy except for the pegasus which was made by Gothic Knight.
Some of the patterns were based on the Giglioli tombs in Tarquinia, the remaining were based on the color scheme of these patterns and recurring paintings in Etruscan art.

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