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The Sundering: Rise of the Witch King is a mod for Medieval 2: Kingdoms and based around the fantasy world of Games Workshop's Warhammer universe during the civil war between the Elves.

The mod's campaign opens with the Death of Bel Shanaar in -2751 IC. It features completely new units never before seen in a Medieval 2: Kingdoms mod, includen noble Griffon Riders, vile Hydras, and even the all powerful Dragon Princes of Caledor. Alongside these mystical creatures will be the Elves themselves, from the lowliest Elven Spear unit to the powerful Phoenix Guard, and from deranged Cultist to the Knights of Anlec.

Also included is a new strategic map of Ulthuan, the homeland of the Elves, including new models for Elven cities, generals, and monuments (such the Shrine of Asuryan). The campaign is an unscripted and epic journey through almost fifty years of the war that shattered the Elves forever, featuring new custom messages to fully immerse the player in the lore and culture of the Elves. Will you lead Nagarythe forward in it's bid to conquer Ulthuan and install Malekith as the new Phoenix King? Or will you lead one of the other nine Elven Kingdoms in their battle to protect their homelands? Or perhaps you will follow neither path and forge a new destiny for your people! The kingdom is yours to command, whether it be rich maritime Eataine or the martial powess of Caledor and its dragons. And while you forge a new empire for your people, you must be wary of the all corrupting influence of the Cults of Pleasure and Excess who would seek to undermine your position, though perhaps the Cults could be used to your own advantage if you play your cards right!

This is the most pivotal moment in Elven History, and one of the most destructive wars that the Warhammer universe has ever witnessed. You are now part of that history! Will you change that history for better or worse? That is for you to decide...




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16 comments by Kolwen on Jan 21st, 2013

VERSION 0.69 RELEASED

  • New factions: Dark Elves and High Elves added to custom battles.
  • New units (Dark Elves): Dreadlord, Cold One Chariot, Shades, Black Ark Corsair, Cold One Knights, Black Guard, Executioner, Assassin, Dark Elf Warrior.
  • New units (High Elves): Swordmaster.
  • New units (Orcs): Goblin Wolf Rider.
  • New units (Chaos): Lord of Change, Plaguebeast, Warrior of Chaos.
  • New units (Ellyrion): Horse Lord (mounted and dismounted), Warden of Ellyrion (dismounted ellyrian reaver), Harbinger (dismounted Ellyrian Knight).
  • Other Reworked Units: Hydra, Sorceress, Morathi, White Lions, Lions Pack.
  • New Strat Map models: Castles, Menhirs, Arches, Stones, Morathi.
  • Gates of Ulthuan: They act as forts and will help you to defend the inner kingdoms.
  • Bugfixes: Fixed a CTD after voting for a new Phoenix King. Princesses have now more action points. General aging fixed by GreatSword.
  • New Sound Effects by Ngugi: New horn sounds, new voices, new SFX for spell casters.

 TheSundering_0_69 All parts - Torrent Mediafire
 TheSundering_0_69 All parts - Torrent GameFront
 TheSundering_0_69 All parts - Torrent MEGA

 TheSundering_0_69 Part 1 - ModDB Server 
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 2 - ModDB Server 
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 3 - ModDB Server 
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 4 - ModDB Server 
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 5 - ModDB Server 

 TheSundering_0_69 Part 1 - MEGA
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 2 - MEGA
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 3 - MEGA
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 4 - MEGA
 TheSundering_0_69 Part 5 - MEGA

 The Sundering_0_69 Part 1 - Rapidshare
 The Sundering_0_69 Part 2 - Rapidshare
 The Sundering_0_69 Part 3 - Rapidshare
 The Sundering_0_69 Part 4 - Rapidshare
 The Sundering_0_69 Part 5 - Rapidshare

 The_Sundering_0_69_Part 1 - FreakShare
 The_Sundering_0_69_Part 2 - FreakShare
 The_Sundering_0_69_Part 3 - FreakShare
 The_Sundering_0_69_Part 4 - FreakShare
 The_Sundering_0_69_Part 5 - FreakShare


  1. Download all parts to the same folder
  2. Run the TheSundering.exe and let the installer do the job
  3. Make sure the path is correct (C:\Program Files (x86)\SEGA\Medieval II Total War\mods\The_Sundering) or wherever you have installed your game.
  4. If you are using Steam be sure to follow this tutorial to get the mod to work.

Problem: When I launch the executable it runs vanilla M2TW
Solution: You have chosen an invalid installation path. Please, reinstall the mod and make sure it's on it's properly folder.

Problem: Whenever I try and install the mod, a prompt requesting Disk 1.
Solution: Make sure the installation file's names are correct. They must be TheSundering_0_69.exe, TheSundering_0_69-1.bin, TheSundering_0_69-2.bin, TheSundering_0_69-3.bin and TheSundering_0_69-4.bin. Perhaps some of them have been changed to TheSundering_0_68-1.bin(1) or other name.

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The Sundering v0.69 Part 1 of 5

The Sundering v0.69 Part 1 of 5

Jan 23, 2013 Full Version 6 comments

1)Download all parts to the same folder 2)Run the TheSundering.exe and let the installer do the job 3)Make sure the path is correct (C:\Program Files...

The Sundering v0.69 Part 2 of 5

The Sundering v0.69 Part 2 of 5

Jan 23, 2013 Full Version 0 comments

1)Download all parts to the same folder 2)Run the TheSundering.exe and let the installer do the job 3)Make sure the path is correct (C:\Program Files...

The Sundering v0.69 Part 3 of 5

The Sundering v0.69 Part 3 of 5

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1)Download all parts to the same folder 2)Run the TheSundering.exe and let the installer do the job 3)Make sure the path is correct (C:\Program Files...

The Sundering v0.69 Part 4 of 5

The Sundering v0.69 Part 4 of 5

Jan 22, 2013 Full Version 0 comments

1)Download all parts to the same folder 2)Run the TheSundering.exe and let the installer do the job 3)Make sure the path is correct (C:\Program Files...

The Sundering v0.69 Part 5 of 5

The Sundering v0.69 Part 5 of 5

Jan 21, 2013 Full Version 6 comments

1)Download all parts to the same folder 2)Run the TheSundering.exe and let the installer do the job 3)Make sure the path is correct (C:\Program Files...

The Sundering v0.69 All Parts Torrent

The Sundering v0.69 All Parts Torrent

Jan 21, 2013 Full Version 14 comments

The mirrors for Direct Download will be available soon.

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jasperz0r
jasperz0r Aug 25 2014, 12:24pm says:

NOTE: The Kingdoms Launcher App will no longer work with the last update on Steam, since Kingdoms.exe no longer exists.

In order to get the Kingdoms Launcher App to work again (possibly) is as follows.

1. Go to your main directory (/Program Files (x 86)/Steam/Steamapps/Common/Medieval 2 Total War, now take your Medieval 2.exe, make a copy of it and rename the copy Kingdoms.exe, then it SHOULD work again.

Should this not work, the method to get your mod to work again is by taking one of the vanilla expansions (like Americas) and rename that into something random, then you take your The_Sundering folder, and rename that into "Americas" (without the quotation marks). Then go to Steam and launch Americas, which will then boot The Sundering up instead.

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Brutus142
Brutus142 Aug 23 2014, 8:48am says:

The enemy AI refuses to recruit elite units, every army that I face is a militia spam. Hopefully this will be fixed in the next version.

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jasperz0r
jasperz0r Aug 23 2014, 10:35am replied:

That's a known bug and is on the to fix list.

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jasperz0r
jasperz0r Aug 27 2014, 5:50am replied:

Actually that was already fixed, my mistake. It might be that your opponents aren't managing their cities very well and don't have the money to get better units. I just got raped by a Nagarythe army consisting of Hydras, Knights of Anlec and veteran spearmen and crossbowmen.

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darkelf1
darkelf1 Aug 21 2014, 10:29pm says:

great mod, very fun, seems chaos big unit can't be killed?...

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jasperz0r
jasperz0r Aug 23 2014, 5:00am replied:

They can be killed, but it takes thousands of men to do so. It's more realistic that way. Use lots of peltast units and eagle claw bolt throwers to do so.

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ulthwe2402
ulthwe2402 Aug 17 2014, 2:46pm says:

is this going, its quiet on here and on tw center

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jasperz0r
jasperz0r Aug 18 2014, 3:09am replied:

It takes a long time to model, skin and incorporate a model with the right polly count. And the lizardmen where revealed not too long ago.

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darkelf1
darkelf1 Aug 21 2014, 10:26pm replied:

cool.........

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jasperz0r
jasperz0r Jul 30 2014, 3:20am replied:

Correction, Nagarythe (dark elves) is in the campaign. The other factions are playable in a custom battle but not in the campaign.

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