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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FrikysKiller
FrikysKiller

Holy ****!, that thing must be extremely annoying to wear.

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McEdy
McEdy

Well, it doesn't look too bad. I think that it could be nice to wear, too ;)

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Frenchy56
Frenchy56

It was mainly used by Celt horsemen.
The falcon's wings move when they charge.

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rgcotl Author
rgcotl

hmm didint known that and made them as static :)
but if we find a way how to code it
that wont be a problem to rotate the wings

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McEdy
McEdy

If the wings could move then this helmet could become one of my favourites :)

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xristos10
xristos10

awesome! that eagle looks heavy ;)

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rgcotl Author
rgcotl

it is falcon

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xristos10
xristos10

If you say so, im no bird specialist :)
But still a falcon doesn't have that long beak.

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Seek.n.Destroy CreatorOnline
Seek.n.Destroy

Seems the Gauls were no bird specialists either ;)

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moshedz
moshedz

No they were,because a falcon (European Falcon) was one of their gods. And yes,I am a bird specialist (ornithologist). It was designed to invoke fear and show troop movements. If you are in the back of the line,you won't realize that the line is turning right unless you see that,as well as the look,wouldn't you be a bit scared if you saw a falcon coming at you with the intent of killing you?

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moshedz
moshedz

It also has the small wings of a falcon.

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2 century BC celtic helmet
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