EDIT: If you are using steam please see bottom of summary.

(I have had to make this heading larger as people don't seem to be seeing it)

- La Guerre de Cent Ans -:- The Hundred Years War -


La Guerre de Cent Ans - The Hundred Years War is a total overhaul mod for Medieval 2: Total War.

It aims to introduce a new regional campaign to the world of Total War. You can fight with the French, the English or with another major player of this era. Next to England and France you can fight as the Duchies of Burgundy or Savoy, as the Holy Roman Empire, the County of Flanders or the Kingdom of Aragon, and more.



La Guerre de Cent Ans is made by:

on a mountain (mod leader)

Vasileios_the2nd (almost everything)

theStig (unit coding)

with contributions by:

NONOPUST (skinning)

B5Draal (religion > culture conversion)

Flimmeister (unit balancing)

Moomooman (historical battles)

and =The Naked Fanatics= gaming clan

== Cinematic Video ==





Features

- A complete new campaign map. Even though the map only holds France, England and adjected territories this map is 20% larger than the original MTW2 map, with considerably more landmass. Fight in real mountains and navigate your navies on to four large rivers in mainland Europe.

- Twelve factions included, Ten to play with: England and France fight against eachother and ten other combatants, HRE, Aragon, Flanders, Savoy, Burgundy, Scotland, Navarra, Brittany, Castille and Wales. All factions have new or revamped unit rosters.

- Several new or re-skinned units to fight with:

- Units will only be recruitable from castles. In order to be strong you have to defend tactical points on the map while attacking as well. Professional armies offer little choices, but you can always rely on mercenary companies to bolster your lines on the battlefield. Around 50 mercenary units included:

- New models on campaign map:

- The game starts in 1337. Ending in 1453, with two years per turn, this gives you 232 turns to gain victory over your enemies. You will enjoy several upcoming events, such as the Welsh uprising, and the come of Jeanne d' Arc.

- Next to our own work this mod also uses Hunter Makoy's Ultimate Education Mod and Agart's New Castles mod.

Upcoming features

- Total unit balancing, for both SP and MP. All units will be balanced out, to create as much accuracy and fun as possible.

- Historical Battles, made by Moomooman. Refight the Battle of Crecy or the Siege of Orleans


Extra links for help should the need ever arise

Steam

Important note -- If you are using steam please go to these links to read about launching games on steam without exe launchers. Steam-Mods-Launcher-v1-0 and The ToolBox - The Universal Mod Launcher v1.204 if anyone makes this work for steam please contact me I will add files to moddb

I cannot get this mod to work on steam as I have a non-steam version and I have not got the time to look into it as I have open projects that require my time and attention. This mod was built for Medieval 2 but works if you have Medieval 2: Kingdoms, cannot say for steam versions.


BUG REPORT - Report the bugs you experience here

I have also included the main forum as this was created a while ago now and there may not be much developer help.

Total War Centre page for La Guerre de Cent Ans - The Hundred Years War

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This versions creators page is below I thought it would be a good idea to also add it here.

Download file link is here;

Mediafire.com


TW centre link page;

La Guerre de Cent Ans 1.0 - Kingdoms and Steam compatible (twcenter.net)

I have not personally tried this version as i am chocablock with tasks at this time and barely have anytime to myself.

Information from above link;

Introduction

Having come across this mod several times in the course of Q&A due to it's restriction of being an 'old' mod I decided to port the mod to kingdoms and with it to steam. While at it I also set it up for use by the Mac version of the game.

Please note that this is based on the original mod (0.99), files were only edited to ensure compatibility, some were removed as they exist in the original pack or are no longer needed. As such the original permission for the mod applies:
InstallationThis is one of my 'click through' installations.

  • As long as your registry is fine the installer will find the correct installation path. If not, simply follow the instruction displayed in the installer.
  • At the end of the installation a file verification will take place, allow it to finish, check for error messages, close it and finalise your installation.
  • Steam users: no need to do anything - simply start the mod with it's desktop shortcut



Version History1.0 - 18th June 2019-

ported to Kingdoms- Steam compatible, no further action is required
- all files are small caps to support Mac installation
- files were only edited if they were otherwise not compatible
- assorted graphic elements added to distinguish from earlier versions
- minor fixes and adjustments:provided custom battle locations
enabled hotseat
provided missing sprites
resolved silver surfers
resolved past leaders and under age heirs in family trees

The Hundred Years War - Version History

The Hundred Years War - Version History

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The Hundred Years War - Version 0.99

The Hundred Years War - Version 0.99

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- La Guerre de Cent Ans -:- The Hundred Years War - Version 0.99. This will not harm your original install of Medieval 2 TW and will not overwrite your...

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The Hundred Years War v0.9

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- La Guerre de Cent Ans -:- The Hundred Years War - Version 0.9. Open the .exe file and follow the easy instructions. This will not harm your original...

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altinredzepii
altinredzepii

How do i uninstall the mod please help

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pskvit
pskvit

I can't delete the HundredYearWar file despite making a fresh install. The file creates itself by launching the game. Is there any solution for this?
Edit: I forgot to change launch options GOD DAMN!!!

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mankeys
mankeys

new version, fully compatible with steam m2tw: Twcenter.net

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King_ZZ Creator
King_ZZ

I cannot seem to get on to the TWcenter page at all, ive been trying to log onto the devs group for a mod Im hosting...
Drop me a message you can probably upload it here also, keep it all together for everyone.

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mankeys
mankeys

here you go
Mediafire.com

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MaitreKorda
MaitreKorda

Alright everyone, I found how to make it work for steam, follow this step by step, and it should work for pretty much everyone.

-Install the mod in your medieval II Total War\mods folder
-Rename the folder of the mod to : HundredYearWar
-In the mod folder, go into "data" and delete the "sound" folder, something is bugged there.
-Put the .cfg file into the mod folder.
-Open it with notepad
-In the first lines, you should see "mod =", replace it with (like earlier, just delete the numbers): mod = HundredYearWar
Now, go into Steam, right click on Total war and go into properties
-Go into set launch option
-Write: --features.mod=mods/HundredYearWar
Start the game like you would start Medieval II Total War.
There, it should work, if you want to play the normal game again, just delete what you wrote in launch option.

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moneyman2018
moneyman2018

I am trying to play this mod and it keeps crashing on me. Does anyone know how to fix it?

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