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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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17 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 7 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

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 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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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 15 2012, 7:15am says:

How do you "play" or a better word, launch this mod?
I've installed in my mods folder in Medieval 2 TW folder and searching around the game launcher for an option...

I get this feeling that I should've installed a shortcut or something during the installation because nothing is showing up on the game launch of Medieval 2
Only vanilla, and the 4 expansions of kingdoms.

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Kolwen Creator
Kolwen Aug 15 2012, 10:47am replied:

There should be a icon in your desktop. If it isn't you can launch the mod throught the /mods/The_Sundering/Executable.bat file

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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 15 2012, 7:52pm replied:

the problem is that, I've tried launching the mod through the .bat file in the folder.

It only leads me to the Medieval 2 Launcher and the play option doesn't give me the option to start the mod. I've only seen Teutonic, Vanilla, Americas and Britannia campaign.

I'll reinstall the mod again though, just in case.

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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 16 2012, 6:04am replied:

actually, just figured out how to launch it. Just need to load up vanilla Medieval 2 except now it just crashes as soon as I launch it.

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pandamayhem
pandamayhem Sep 3 2012, 7:03pm replied:

Yeah I'm getting the crash on launch as well, and I have other mods installed and working so this is not the first time I've done this, but this is the first time I've had this problem.

I've re-downloaded and installed the mod and followed the guide for a steam install (which basically just reminds you to install in the correct directory) so I'm fairly sure its not an issue with a corrupt file.

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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 16 2012, 6:38am replied:

Okay, so I looked into the nature of the problem and apparently there's an issue with the descr_projectile when I checked out my M2TW.system log

"06:20:48.100 [script.err] [error] Script Error in mods/The_Sundering/data/descr_projectile.txt, at line 1929, column 31
Unrecognised entry"

So I booted up my good ol' Notepad++ went down to line 1929, column 31 and saw this

display aimed spin 4.0

and below the line of code above is

effect_only

Maybe I'm wrong but I get this feeling that the effect_only should go with line 1929 (display aimed spin 4.0), but I'm no coder so I'll just stop assuming here... and wait for an response.

Until then I guess I should reinstall(or re-download) again...
this is becoming reminiscent of STALKER Soup mod.
Whoo boy...

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Kolwen Creator
Kolwen Aug 16 2012, 9:28am replied:

If running the bat file only leads you to the Medieval 2 Launcher then you have installed the mod wrongly.
Does this path exists in your installation?
\SEGA\Medieval II Total War\mods\The_Sundering

You can't run the vanilla M2TW in order to play this mod.
The mod can only be executed running the Executable.bat in the directory above.

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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 16 2012, 4:23pm replied:

the path \SEGA\Medieval II Total War\mods\The_Sundering
doesn't exist. I have a steam version of Medieval 2 total war and I installed it in

/common/Medieval 2 Total War/Mods/

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Kolwen Creator
Kolwen Aug 16 2012, 7:16pm replied:

Then it should be installed into /common/Medieval 2 Total War/Mods/The_Sundering

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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 16 2012, 8:29pm replied:

I did that, unless you're supposed to make a folder called The Sundering first THEN install it in there?

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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 16 2012, 9:19pm replied:

I'm guessing that, if installed correctly there's should be an option to launch the mod like the other Medieval 2 games?

Giving you option to choose which you want to launch.

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Kolwen Creator
Kolwen Aug 18 2012, 7:22am replied:

Have you ever played a M2TW mod? There is not any option anywhere. You must run the Executable.bat inside the mod's folder.

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flakpalak
flakpalak Aug 18 2012, 8:21pm replied:

No, I have never played a M2TW mod. But never mind the problem though, I dug around the TWforums and found out how to install this mod for steam version.

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Kolwen Creator
Kolwen Aug 19 2012, 12:32pm replied:

That is nice mate! I wish you enjoy the mod :)

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Evil-Kommie
Evil-Kommie Aug 9 2012, 1:49am says:

Wait I actually do ned help with install how do you instal? Thank you ;)

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Evil-Kommie
Evil-Kommie Aug 9 2012, 1:53am replied:

I mean't a certain folder or any made up one to put them together?

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Evil-Kommie
Evil-Kommie Aug 5 2012, 1:11am says:

Awesome looking mod!!!Definetly gonna install!But just a few questions:Can this run with other mods,say,third age?Thanks :)

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Kolwen Creator
Kolwen Aug 5 2012, 9:25am replied:

Of course, the mod is installed into the /mods/The Sundering folder, so it doesn't interfere with other mods.
Regards!

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Evil-Kommie
Evil-Kommie Aug 8 2012, 4:09am replied:

Thanks!Now to find out how to install this,as I am a huge warhammer and (40k)fan,and you guys to me are the badasses ;)

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Evil-Kommie
Evil-Kommie Aug 8 2012, 4:11am replied:

Oh nvr mind found the instructions ;)

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