Dear people of the Modb community, we, former and current MOS members, have created a huge submod for your entertainment. This mod might have started out as a compilation of many smaller mods, but currently houses much unique content as well. MOS aims to be as lore accurate as possible while giving the best game-play experience ever seen in the world of Third Age Total War. After not being active for more than a year we are once again busy updating our mod. This has resulted in the release of version 1.7. We are still at it and we expect that there are yet some updates to look forward to. The Massive Overhaul Mod (or simply MOS) is a submod for Third Age Total War, one of the most popular submods that ever has been made for Medieval II Total War Kingdoms.

Post news Report RSS MOS 1.70 patch02 released!

We have released the second patch for MOS 1.70. Besides fixing some more bugs, it also adds some new content.

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These are the highlights from the second patch for MOS 1.70

  • invisible fort removed
  • Portraits added/edited
  • Unit placement edited a bit
  • Dead of the Marshes are now in game (not working in custom battles)
  • Fixed a number of unit_info cards
  • Fixed a number of UI cards
  • Did a lot of minor bug fixing
  • Added Alpaca's settlement viewer (as a bonus) see: This link

And to give you an idea of a few of the things we added:

The dead of the Marshes in battle against an unlikely foe:

Dead of the Marshes

Use the settlement viewer and take a close look at your towns. castles and cities.

Bree, complete with Hobbit dwellings:

A view inside Bree

The city of Esgaroth overview:

Esgaroth harbour and overview

And a close up of the harbour:

Esgaroth harbour and overview

Inside the Lonely Mountain, also known as Erebor, the Dwarven Kingdom:

Erebor inside scene

And finally Carn Dûm. The capital of the evil realm of Angmar, ruled by the Witch King until he finally was defeated.

Carn Dûm overview


Excellent, thank you.

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Your welcome, hope you have fun playing!

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Looks great!

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So awesome! i wish i could be able to play this!

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