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The full mod-folder of EoR: The Danube Limes. I didn't create this mod, i just uploaded the files to this mirror-site which i didn't create neither. Credit for the mirror-site goes to Echuu, and credit for the mod goes to Deautschland and his team on TW-center. Update: I have edited the EDU-file and made all the roman units for the Maurekian ERA available in custom battles - i have also fixed the EDU-file so no more CTD:s when right-clicking on certain unit portraits. All other available fixes also implemented. Start by extracting this rar-file and then extracting the folder named "EoR" into your medieval II Total War/Mods-folder. Make sure you cut the EoR-folder out of the extracted EoR-folder - it should only be Mods/EoR/data and not Mods/Eor/Eor/data. Then click the .bat-file. I hope you like this version better. I thought this was the better option as the installation files doesn't include the fixes like this upload does. Don't hesitate to tell me if you encounter bugs.

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East of Rome: The Danube Limes FULL folder upload!
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DrachenDerTöter
DrachenDerTöter

Thank you for uploading this, the EDU edits are most welcome. :^)

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Mr_Nygren Author
Mr_Nygren

No problem man :). Gonna play it myself and see if i find any more bugs.

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Rubertoski
Rubertoski

I'm not very good in english. I have to overwrite the old EoR folder?

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Mr_Nygren Author
Mr_Nygren

Not overwrite, remove it and insert this one.

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Rubertoski
Rubertoski

Thank you!

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reynaldiv39
reynaldiv39

this doesn't work for me

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Mr_Nygren Author
Mr_Nygren

Don't spam the same message.

I don't know why it doesn't work for you!

Post errorlog or details at TWC in the EoR Danube Limes thread!

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rumpboe
rumpboe

should i extract with winrar?

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UrbgenKinbran
UrbgenKinbran

I get an Error Code=361 and an immediate crash when I open the mod. This suggests a battle_models.modeldb error. Does no one else have this?

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