The BFA Mod is an Add-On for the RC Mod. Therefore it is required that you have the RC Mod installed to be able to play the BFA Mod. The Mod adds to new never before seen factions added to the RC Mod Factions: Acosa & Vandas. There will also be 2 new campaigns and alot of new features. The BFA Mod will be a new experience for many.
Acosa & Vandas consist of never before seen units like Fire Siphons, Gliders, and many more. There will also be 5 new spellbooks mostly consisting of many never before seen spells. When playing the campaign you will be led through the struggle of Acosa against Vandas or Vandas campagin through Acosa to finally crush it beneath his feet.
Although this may not be an Add-On for everybody even those who don't like Bears can have a fun experience by playing.
We are also in need of beta testers so if you are interested just contact me on my email: firstname.lastname@example.org or pm me.
This update features 3 reborn units for the Western Forest Reborn project. I made them shortly after deciding to redo all the Western Forest units. All units skins and models are entirely from the scratch, except the bears. Enjoy!
Port Cotri Soldiers
Credit goes to Valaquenta10 for his excellent helmet.
Port Cotri Archers
Port Cotri Gaurdians
Thats all for now folks, keep tuned for more units.
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