This total-conversion mod takes the Battle for Middle-earth II to the Fifth Century BCE, replacing the original content with two new, fully-fledged factions: Sparta and Athens. Completely new content, strategies and more awaits you. This project is brought to you by Kwen, Matias, Lauri, njm1983, Glaeken and Mike who are hosted at the3rdage.net, a division of revora.net.

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Add media Report RSS Some screenshots from the latest internal alpha (view original)
Some screenshots from the latest internal alpha
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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

Can we get a video of a full-fledged battle with infantry, cavalry and siege craft?

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MathijsRevora Author
MathijsRevora

You will get one eventually, but there won't be cavalry. :P

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Lauri
Lauri

And I'd prefer to keep siege weapons out of the full-fledged battle, so it's more badass

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Articious
Articious

I really like what you have accomplished, it looks very very good. I had models and such for a mod in the greco-persian war for starcraft 2. But you guys are really much better than I.

A simple question will there be soldiers with side plumes ? or will there be only foward plumes ?

Thanks and goodluck

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MathijsRevora Author
MathijsRevora

If you look carefully, you can see the Lochagos with "side-plumes" in that screenshot.

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MagicalVikingWhale
MagicalVikingWhale

Spatans and Athen did not use Cavalry or Archers :D

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