Warsword Conquest is a total conversion of warbands mount and blade 1.153 based on the warhammer fantasy world by Games workshop and is single player only at moment.

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ahmedmed Feb 4 2014 says:

Chaos punk :p

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7ty7 Feb 4 2014 says:

nice, del

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Noise_Marine Feb 4 2014 says:

very goooooddddd!!!!!

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7ty7 Feb 4 2014 says:

Just been thiking about a couple of suggestions.

- Can the armour be bigger? The proportion is fine, so could it simply be rescaled so it's more massive?

- The boots seem a little off. The iron tip is a nice touch, but it could be a little darker to match the rest of the armour. A metal plate down the front of the boot could look good, kinda like the plate above the knee but without the skull, so you dont end up with too many skulls hehe.
Also, if you decide to go with a metel plate in the boot, I don't think it'd look bad at all to make the material of the boot itself a dark, worn brown. It would blend nicely with the dark iron from the rest of the armor.

Hope you find them useful, feel free to ignore XD.

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del Feb 4 2014 replied:

Thanks you for the suggestions, the chaos armours are already bigger than human armours I will post a screenshot up of a comparison for you and I will have a go at making the boots better.

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7ty7 Feb 4 2014 replied:

yes, I saw it now, it is a bit bigger. Maybe taking care of the boots and making the gloves larger like another poster mentioned will give that last oomph.

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The_Archduke_of_Hell Feb 24 2014 replied:

I have a helpful tip that *might* improve the detail on the armour. I've tested it on a few textures and it worked to some degree. If you have any image editing software like paint.net, you can use the image sharpening function to add detail.

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MiWadiAddiction Feb 21 2014 says:

Those boots.. I can't stop laughing :P

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