Age of World Empires is an independent unit skin mod for Age of Empires 2 The Conquerors. It is made on the basis of AOFE mod 2.2, featuring 23 civs. This mod enables independent unit skins for different civs/factions. You will see lots of unit variations like Mongolian heavy cavalry, Byzantine cavalry, Chinese lancers, all different from the European knight. You will also see European style halberdiers, Asian halberdiers, Japanese Ashigaru pikemen with flag on their backs. This mod brings us more visual diversity, enhances the game experience and makes the game more historically accurate. 【Claim】: If you wish to use any part of Age of World Empires mod for your own modpacks or projects, send me message at ModDB for permission. This mod is for Age of Empires 2 Conqueror version, you must have C patch installed.

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Darth_Saber
Darth_Saber

Arabian horses hold their tail aloft at all times, rather like a flag on a pole. This is the main distinguishing characteristic of an Arabian horse vs any other breed.

Since you are working on the Arabian culture at this time, perhaps you could change the tails of the Arabian steeds to display this characteristic?

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Huanglukuzhu
Huanglukuzhu

I don't think such little details count.

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Now you can see a real collision between the West and the East, not like in the original AOE everyone uses the same European knights

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