Third Age - Total War is a total conversion for 'Medieval II: Total War - Kingdoms Expansion' that brings you into the world of Middle-earth.
looks aweomse! kinda looks like little min imperial guards from oblivion.
I think they're a bit too fat...
Their armour could ofcourse be forged in a more 'human-ish' shape, but that's extra efford when forging armour and that's quite some loss if you think of making thousands of those armours.
Or perhaps they just get alot of meat and beer =P
Ya they do look a lil chubby lol
looks very cool, its a shame i dont have the game...
THEN GET IT!!!! lol jk
No jk about it lol
Heavy armor is supposed to be a little chunky anyways, they have to make it slightly wider to allow the soldier to breathe and move using a weapon, so I think it's just fine. Would you wear heavy armor that was too tight to fight in? I wouldn't...
i think its actuallty bcoz they r on a hill, med2 had neva sorted the problem with troops on a hill and the angle at which they stand
yes very fat LOL. a sexy fat, though :]
My gondor infantry is not like this?they have black light shields,and they are not in armor like this? why pls answer anyone??
I too have this problem, is there any way thats been found to fix this? It's a bit depressing to be Gondor and not look the real deal when in Minas Tirith. This is a problem on both skirmish and campaign for me of that's any help.
you have to upgrade blacksmith top level for example after sometime you upgrade blacksmith to top level,and when you produce army in minas tirith your soldier have this kind of aromor
What about in skirmish? It doesn't appear in skirmish at all I've found. Not even if I upgrade the armour.
I agree. Why isn't the chestplate available for Gondor infantry and spearmen. Nobody has bothered answering
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