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 SP in alpha stage) develloped for Mount and Blade Warband V. 1.153-1.158 featuring eight factions at the moment,a couple of 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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Germanic_Celt
Germanic_Celt May 3 2015, 7:05am says:

YEEAH! Now I can be more like a berserker!
Great job, those look really good.

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Rocketonan
Rocketonan May 3 2015, 7:47am says:

galic do you mean Gaelic?

please let me know if i m wrong

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Jepekula
Jepekula May 3 2015, 8:02am replied:

Actually Gallic.

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Rocketonan
Rocketonan May 3 2015, 10:11am replied:

thanks :)

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Seek.n.Destroy Creator
Seek.n.Destroy May 3 2015, 10:16am replied:

Fixed it. A recurring grammar error no matter how much one points it out, it's hardwired now.
Well these torcs are from pretty much everywhere between north Italy to northern France and focused around 300 B.C. with some of them a bit earlier or older than that since most examples date from the gallic wars it took some time to find good examples, there are torcs that are dated as early as 1200 B.C. and possibly some that are even earlier.

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gilgamesh912
gilgamesh912 May 3 2015, 10:01am says:

Abosultely amazing

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SlySlav™
SlySlav™ May 3 2015, 12:33pm says:

Awesome !

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alexanderwinters88
alexanderwinters88 May 13 2015, 11:45am says:

You guys are awesome. I've been playing the latest update and you guys always impress me. Now I have to wait for this so Im really excited. I wonder what is to come next. :)

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triangles from 592 to 1116

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