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Now and for the first time , Horses with riders that are close to any camel unit will rear occasionally , stopping the rider and disrupting any kind of charge .
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At the central bank you are able to store your money , save your items , take loans with Interest , deposit money at the bank and later you will be able to robber the bank .
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The mod features more than 25 historical "Muskets" , each one having unique stats varying in damage , range and accuracy .
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There are 4 different types of "Grenades" available to use , these potent , yet archaic bombs can be extremely useful to clear large groups of enemies .
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There are 22 nations to choose from initially , but as time progresses some nations will begin to emerge while others will disappear .
Each faction has their respective leader, siblings and vassals accurately represented with the correct name and nobility title .
The Hafsids were a Sunni Muslim dynasty of Berber who ruled western Libya , Tunisia and eastern Algeria from 1229 to 1574 . The dynasty was named after " Muhammad bin Abu Hafs " from Morocco . He was appointed governor of Tunisia by Calipha of Almohad empire " Muhammad el-Nasir . In the 16th century the Hafsids became increasingly caught up in the struggle between Spain and the Ottoman Empire . Ottomans had conquered Tunis in 1534 and held it for one year , driving out the Hafsid ruler " Muley Hassan " . But after one year the Holy Roman Emperor seized Tunis , drove the Ottomans out and restored " Muley Hassan " as a Hapsburg tributary . After 1535 the Hafsids were vassals of Spain . The Ottomans again conquered Tunis in 1569 and held it for four years . Before Don Juan recaptured it in 1573 . The Ottomans reconquered Tunis in 1574, and Muhammad IV , the last Caliph of the Hafsids, was brought to Istanbul and was executed due to his collaboration with Spain .
The Wattasid dynasty was a ruling dynasty of Morocco after the Marinid dynasty . Its rulers were of Zenata Berber . The two families were related , and the Marinids recruited many Viziers from the Wattasids . These viziers assumed the powers of the Sultans , seizing control of the Marinid dynasty's realm when the last Marinid " Abu Muhammad Abd al-Haqq " , who had massacred many of the Wattasids in 1459 was murdered during a revolt in Fez in 1465 . " Abu Abd Allah al-Sheikh ' was the first Sultan of the Wattasid Dynasty . He controlled only the northern part of Morocco , While the south was divided into several principalities . The Wattasid rulers failed in their promise to protect Morocco from foreign incursions and the Portuguese increased their presence on Morocco's coast . In the south, a new dynasty rose, the Saadian dynasty . After the battle of Talda in 1554 the Wattasids were finally supplanted by the Saadi dynasty princes .
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