Tsardoms: Total War is a M2TW and Kingdoms modification that focuses on the Balkans, Near East, Eastern and Central Europe, Italy and Switzerland, starting from rise of the Serbian Tsar Stefan Uroš IV Dušan in 1345 and concluding in 1530. Tsardoms allow you to take control of over 25 factions all complete with brand new artistically crafted warriors ready to do your command! The aim is to provide the player with the best possible accuracy, in all sectors of the game, and to stretch the limitations of the M2TW engine, through scripting and AI enhancement, for a gameplay never seen before.

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In Tsardoms each culture will have unique strat map models both for cities and castles. Also some unique settlements like Constantinopole, Venice, Buda, Ragusa, Tarnovo or Rome will have their own models.

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Bulgarian and Serbian Settlements (Slavic Culture)

  • Castles

  • Cities

  • Forts

Byzantine Settlements (Roman Culture)

  • Castles

  • Cities

  • Forts

Constantinopole - Unique Settlement
The Vasileuousa, The Queen City of Queen Cities, The Ornament of The World,
The City of Emperors, The Star shining Afar, The Beacon of this Lower World,
The Capital of the Romans, The Polis (The City), The Centre of the Universe,
The Christian Capital of Ecumene, The City of Wonders, The Second Jerusalem,
The Eternal City, The City of Dreams, The Great Tsarigrad (City of the Caesars),
The Unearthly Sight, The Jewel of the Empire, The Mythical Miklagarth (Great City),
Nova Roma, The Pearl of the World, The Defender of Faith, The Leader of Orthodoxy,
The Cradle of Civilization, The Eye of Christendom, The Nurturer of Churches,
The God-protected City, Roma Eterna, The Queen City of Dreams and Legends,
Urbis Urbium (City of Cities), the City of Constantines, the Queen of the East,
the Palace of God, the Queen of Nations, the Impregnable Fortress of the Ecumene,

Ragusa - Unique Settlement

Tarnovo - Unique Settlement

Made capital of the Bulgarian Empire by Asen I (1189–1196) Tarnovo grew quickly to become the strongest Bulgarian fortification of the Middle Ages between the 12th and 14th century and the most important political, economic, cultural and religious centre of the empire.In the 14th century as the Byzantine Empire weakened, Tarnovo claimed to be the Third Rome based on its preeminent cultural influence in the Balkans and the Slavic Orthodox world.

As the capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire, Tarnovo is a quasi-cosmopolitan city, with many foreign merchants and envoys. Tarnovo has Armenian, Jewish and Roman Catholic ("Frankish") merchant quarters.

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