***If you downloaded the mod before March 12, 2019, download the mod again so you have latest version***

Installation: Put morecp.big into your C:\Program Files (x86)\EA GAMES\The Battle for Middle-earth (tm) folder
Uninstall: Just delete morecp.big

About: This mod changes the command point limit (population limit) in skirmish and the campaign.
For good factions, the command point limit is now 600 (For the campaign it now starts at 300 and caps at 600).
For evil factions, the command point limit is now 1200 (For the campaign it now starts at 600 and caps at 1200).

Note: This mod is known to work with patches 1.06 and 1.03.
Note: As long as everyone has the latest version of the More CPs mod, it should work in multiplayer.
Note: Should be compatible with other mods as long as they don't change the command point limits.

Changelog:
v1.0 Original Release
v1.0b The starting campaign command points for good was increased to 300 from 200 and the starting campaign command points for evil was increased from 400 to 600.

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This mod changes the command point limit (population limit) in skirmish and the campaign. For good factions, the command point limit is now 600 (For the...

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notahappycamper95
notahappycamper95

******* finally i did it i did it I DID IT!!!

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notahappycamper95
notahappycamper95

for those of you who want to know you can't use text editors you must use big editors

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notahappycamper95
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nevermind i read that the online version can't be modded **** this game

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notahappycamper95
notahappycamper95

editing as in i can't have 2000 max cp and start with 1730 cp

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notahappycamper95
notahappycamper95

excuse me but editing the file seems to cause problems

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notahappycamper95
notahappycamper95

was it necessary to delete the old version?

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If you're only going to be playing single player, no. That was mainly just a notice for those that play multiplayer to make sure everyone has the same version.

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notahappycamper95
notahappycamper95

excuse me how do i edit the resource multiplier for campaign?

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Sir?

Not sure if that can be changed directly, but there might be another way to achieve a similar result. If you want to give it a try, you'll need this first Moddb.com

After it's downloaded, you'll need it to open up the ini.big and you'll to locate the values you're looking for. Some good places for seeking help with modding are The3rdage.net and Forums.revora.net

If you can't find a value for the resource multiplier, you could try changing the resource multiplier values (ResourceBonus) for each region. These are located in \data\ini\campaigns\gondorcampaign and \data\ini\campaigns\mordorcampaign
The ResourceMultiplerLimit is found in data\ini\gamedata.ini in case you want to mess with that as well.

Once you've figured out the values you want to modify, there's a few ways you can go about it. I recommend either making your own .big or editing morecp.big. The .big files are just a bunch of compressed inis so you can extract the ones you need from the latest patch such as file such as _patch106.big or ini.big if it hasn't been in any of the patch files. You can then add the inis to your new .big file but just make sure the filepath is the same.

Both these methods accomplish the same results, but if you want to play multiplayer, all players have to have the same versions of the file or you'll get an error (something about a mismatch)

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