Wrath of the Norsemen is a modification of Medieval 2 Total War, set in the viking age. The aim is to create a mod that is both historical and enjoyable for anyone who has an interest in the early medieval era of history, or is just a little bit too fond of blood and big axes.

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Aphain's submod. Regnum Francorum 1.6.5 (for WotN: The Baltic Release 3.2) Features: - completely overhauled building tree (for all factions) - new buildings - special buildings in your capital (only settlement which can construct stone walls) - removed unused factions - cleaned up most files - important characters will spawn - new events - new ancillaries - new traits - new ships - new/updated texts - redone family tree - new settlement and region names for Frisian and Saxon Regions - new character names - fixed some bugs and a lot of spelling/grammar mistakes Planned Features: - correction of all spelling/grammar mistakes - more cleaning up of the mod files - more events - reform into East-Francia after 843 - more unique traits, ancillaries and buildings - region based recruiting system - more historical characters - new units? Credits: - the "1648: Thirty Years of War" mod team for some building pictures - Mr_Nygren for pointing out the "custom settlements not used" bug to me

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karasis
karasis

All AI factions go bankrupt after few turns. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks.

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Mr_Nygren

Not my submod, do it yourself in the descr_strat.

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