This is the Second half to my Journey to the West mod. AKA PART 2 MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PART 1 OR IT WILL NOT WORK. PART 1 IS ON STEAM WORKSHOP.
Ok. My story is boring, one man one dream, China Total War. Im very computer illiterate. But I have a huge love for the source material, Total War in general, so I tried anyway. This is the Second half of my Journey to the West mod. The 1st part is hosted on the steam workshop. Due to the amount of textures and variants in my mod, steam wont host with out me splitting it into more sub divisions then I'm comfortable with. It was not my initial intention to do it this way, if its more convenient for people ill host the whole mod here and just keep part 2 for steam users.This mod Overhauls Parthia in the Augustus Campaign. It gives you 47 new units to play with, I did my best to avoid using Vanilla models as much as possible. (hence the split). I overhauled the building chains to more appropriate buildings with there own icons. The thing I had the most fun with is every new unit and building has a unique description from a historical Chinese reference. I did a lot of reading, but I'm a huge history buff to begin with. I did my utmost to make each unit feel unique, fit in the army structure, BE USEFUL, not be redundant, while maintaining the largest roster I could think of, that gave you a tool for every problem, that also had a real cost as well as a weakness. Yes there are some really badass units, good luck spamming them with a upkeep cost of 550 ;P. Think of them as super weapons. Its all fun an games until you unleash the Imperial Heavy Chariots, then its a blood bath. Plus this makes getting to end game more enjoyable because you actually feel your power rising as you climb up the tech tree because most of there lower level units are weaker then vanilla and relay on there numbers to compete. The higher the Tier of the unit the smaller the numbers the better the soldiers, with there being 4 Tiers in total (Civil,Garrison,Provincial,Imperial). The recruitment chains all got over hauled. Almost every building gives you troops to play with. Making different build options more viable depending on what you need at the time. Garrisons are a little different as well. Now pretty much every building gives has a garrison of some size, but Garrison troops are there own tier, un-recruitable, and most importantly Smaller, so there can be more of them. As the building upgrades the garrisons ether increase in size or quality. I changed the General names along with there appearance to match as well. This is still really raw, it needs some play testing to hammer out the unit stats a little, I'm gonna be testing it myself but some comments would be incredibly useful.
IMPORTANT NOTES: I cant edit startpos yet so the 1st round of Generals in the game will be a little mis-match because I overwrited those Variants, Once they Die off everything "should" be fine.
THIS IS PART 2 OF 2: you need to get the Steam version in order for the mod to work this is just hosting my Variants I used. If you don't know the file path you need to use, or were to drop the files to installl the mod, message me on steam ill walk anyone threw it, and ill find a youtube video to link as well.
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