The Iberian Conflict (TIC) is the first release of Rome: Total Realism VII in 2008, followed by Fate of Empires (FOE) in 2009 and finally the Grand Campaign in 2010.

The campaign is about the war between Carthage and Celtiberians for the control of the Iberian Peninsula during the 2nd Punic War (218-202 BC).

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Patch 1.1 to 1.2

Patch 1.1 to 1.2

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Patch 1.2 for RTR VII - The Iberian Conflict v1.1. Download and install into "Rome Total War Gold" directory.

Patch 1.0 to 1.1

Patch 1.0 to 1.1

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Patch 1.1 for RTR VII - The Iberian Conflict v1.0. Download and install into "Rome Total War Gold" directory.

The Iberian Conflict v1.1

The Iberian Conflict v1.1

Full Version 1 comment

Full version of RTR VII - The Iberian Conflict v1.1. Barbarian Expansion needed. Just download and install into "Rome Total War Gold" directory.

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echuu

It is modfoldered.

Regarding experience and having less crashes, you should install all patches.

Indeed, you have to install the full version and the patches into your "Rome Total War" directory, or "Rome Total War Gold" if you have Steam version of the game.

If you have Steam version of RTW:

Ignore the launcher and short-cut prompts, they won't work
Open Steam, right-click on Rome: Total War Gold in the My Games menu
Select Properties
Under the General tab select Set launch options ...
Type in -mod:TIC -show_err without quotations and click OK
Launch Rome: Total War Gold by clicking it in the My Games menu
Select Barbarian Invasion from the two-choice list and Launch.

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InfanteDHenrique
InfanteDHenrique

You see, for a very long time I also wanted do install the RTRVII. However, apparently, it is necessary to own one of the old versions of the game (the vanilla one) which I do not have. I have the most recent one. It's a shame actually. Do you know any other way? Besides I have an issue with one of the mods the I used to have, (I deleted it because I had no idea how to solve that very same issue), the mod Hannibal Ad Portas. When I deployed the units in the battlefield, the coloured circles that show their position and how to deploy them were not appearing. Do you know what I mean? Was I clear enough? XD Do you know a way to solve this issue, I would really appreciate if someone help me. I tried on their mod page, here in ModDB on the comments section. There I plead for help but to no avail. Thank you for your patience if you read this. XD

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echuu Creator
echuu

Two things:

First I don't know what you mean by "old versions of the game, the vanilla one". Vanilla is a term meaning the original game, the mod works fine on latest version (which is 1.5 or RTW and 1.6 for BI). Those are the versions of the game you have on Steam, for example.

I play this mod and many others with Steam edition of the game, and I have no problem at all.

Second, you don't have green circles around units when you select them in Hannibal ad Portas because the mod team disabled them for immersion purpose. I guess you can bring them back by editing your preferences.txt and change "DISABLE_ARROW_MARKERS:FALSE" by "DISABLE_ARROW_MARKERS:TRUE".

Edit : the version of RTR that was for an old version of the game is RTR 6 for RTW 1.2, but this was years ago. You could install any version of RTR VII with latest version of the game. If you play The Iberian Conflict, you should try Fate of Empires and Grand Campaign.

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InfanteDHenrique
InfanteDHenrique

Greetings sir, did you, per chance, forget to reply me? Please, answer me as soon as you can. Best regards.

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InfanteDHenrique
InfanteDHenrique

So, I reinstalled Hannibal ad Portas and change:"DISABLE_ARROW_MARKERS:FALSE" by "DISABLE_ARROW_MARKERS:TRUE. And yet, when I started a battle and deployed the units the coloured circles were not there. What's the matter? Can you please help me? It's actually the only mod that has that issue. Whithout the circles, I can´t deploly the troops properly. Btw, could you please tell me how to install the RTR:Fate of Empires? It´s the same process for this mod? It goes to the RTW Gold directory or to the BI? And what is the "code" that I have to put for launching with Steam. Thank you again.

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InfanteDHenrique
InfanteDHenrique

So allow me to properly explain: I was not talking about this mod but another one whose name is Rome Total Realism VII (which comprises only the mediterranean region I believe). A long time ago (about 2 years ago I guess) I tried to install that mod, however, I couldn't because it said that I had the most recent version of Rome Total War (vanilla) and in order to sucessfully install the mod I needed the prior version. I would send you a printscreen but I guess you couldn't visualize through here.
About Hannibal Ad Portas, so those fools thought that it could actually be more immersive that way? I totally disagree. I think it's very confusing to say the least. Not to know where and how your units are deployed it's not immersive, at least in my point of view. I believe I had already tried that solution of changing the arrow markers from false to true. But to no avail. Which is why I asked you if you knew any other way. About THIS mod, I have no complaints. Works good and is excelent. The only thing that I would say that I like less is the fact that the map is too small, there could be more regions in the campaign map. Apart from that, very immersive and fun to play. I apologize for my english. But I'm fluent in Latin, so if you prefer... XD
Thank you and best regards.

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InfanteDHenrique
InfanteDHenrique

I see. Thank you for your quick answer and kindness and good will in your answer. I will do, then, as you instructed. God bless you.

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InfanteDHenrique
InfanteDHenrique

Greetings. Is this mod foldered? Does it work for Steam? Regarding to the install of both patches, is it necessary to install both or just one of them? If so, which one? You say in the instructions that is to install in the "Rome Total War Gold" directory, is it not supposed to install in the same mod folder? Thank you.

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