Europa Barbarorum is a total conversion for Medieval II: Total War: Kingdoms and successor to Europa Barbarorum for Rome: Total War. The aim is to give the player an even better gaming experience compared to EB1 on the RTW engine and a deeper comprehension of the ancient world and its correlations.

RSS Redone numidian

In the first release didn't got the attention they deserved, that was due to many factor such as limited manpower. For the next release that has changed and they've been redone from scratch.

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In the first release didn't got the attention they deserved, that was due to many factor such as limited manpower.

For the next release that has changed and they've been redone from scratch.

African allied units to follow.

Garamantes infantry, by Tux/alin:

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Garamantes cavarly, by Tux/alin:

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Maures cavarly, by Tux/alin:

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Maures infantry, by Tux/alin:

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Core Numidian units to follow.

Early numidian infantry, by Tux/alin:

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Early numdian nobles, by Tux/alin:

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Numidian archer, slinger and javelinmen(note model and textures variations), by Tux/alin:

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Numidian cavarly, by Tux/alin:

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Late numidian units to follow.

Middle numdian nobles, by Tux/alin:

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Late numdian nobles, by Tux/alin/Gustave:

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A new numidian unit for the next release, the Late numidian infantry which has some roman influence:

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We hope you enjoyed this small feature and stay tuned for more news.

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***Geroj***
***Geroj***

I dunno their head look like caucasians, even their eyes are blue
Other than that helmets and armors look pretty good

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tux_alin Author
tux_alin

Faces and heads were done studying pictures of Lybian, Algerian and Tunisian men.

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***Geroj***
***Geroj***

Really? Interesting
I could swear its caucasian with blue eyes that head above "Garamantes cavarly, by Tux/alin:"

"Early numidian infantry" look lot more like someone hamitic

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tux_alin Author
tux_alin

Well yes, some do have blue eyes as you cannot pinned them down as a single race feature but they are quite rare within the units(at most 1/5 soldiers in a unit) and most have brown eyes.

And finally yes, one of the faces of the numidian infantry is of hamitic influence, but just one.

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rafmc1989
rafmc1989

Great news!

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Aubesangante
Aubesangante

Astonishing models ! He big wow to the modeler.

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you should make the shirt colors darker.
the light color does not seem good on NPC's if they were in-game
it would look like someone is playing on low graphics-tip
unless it does not loot better with like darker red.
not to dark just a little more dark red

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same with the red cape.

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yavuztezcan
yavuztezcan

I wish u would have done the same thing for ROME 2 :(
Awesome work

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Hard_drimm
Hard_drimm

The quality of these guys is just so incredible, some of the best looking units in whole EBII for sure! Kudos to the modeller.

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