"The Elder Scrolls: Total War" is a total conversion of Medieval 2 Total War - Kingdoms. It gives you a glimpse into the world of The Elder Sсrolls, as the head of one of the 20 factions fighting for dominance over Tamriel...

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The Elder Scrolls: Total War 2.0 full version release with Fourth Era campaign. Installation instruction and changelog in description.

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The Elder Scrolls: Total War 2.0 (Full Version) + Hotfix
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ScriptedSamurai
ScriptedSamurai

Thank you guys for all the hard work downloading it right now!!

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Blue199
Blue199

Thank Talos, it's here!

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mikeymessaoud
mikeymessaoud

It is time my brothers.

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Lôke-Naar-Rîm
Lôke-Naar-Rîm

Uuuhhhh Yeaaaahhh!!!

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thedovahkin
thedovahkin

thank you all for working so hard on this im very excited to play this!!!

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Rivalnator
Rivalnator

IT BEGINS

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Guest
Guest

It's here! Can't wait to play it! :)

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Guest
Guest

guys it's not working for me :( it says unexpected error and shuts down, tried both luncher and the backup thingi

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GreenMountaineer
GreenMountaineer

Same problem.

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Ranulph
Ranulph

I got past the intro by simply letting it play out. But still CTD's at launching a campaign. Maybe you'll get past it.

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ArchdukeVon
ArchdukeVon

I crash when selecting the Third Era.

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t67
t67

The date is 11-11-2019. The Second Great War has begun.

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dertypdermk
dertypdermk

it is crashing and i cant find read only in medival.preference.cfg

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Thenton
Thenton

It's not working for me, everytime I try to start it up, it says I encountered an unspecified error.

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dertypdermk
dertypdermk

is there anyone that knows how to fix that

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GreenMountaineer
GreenMountaineer

I have the steam version and its not working, keep getting unexpected error

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Guest
Guest

I am also having the game crash on start-up with "Medieval 2 has encountered an unspecified error and will now exit"

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Guest
Guest

For me it's saying it can't find Kingdoms.exe :/

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ArchdukeVon
ArchdukeVon

This video will help you fix that, it's actually an easy fix. Youtube.com

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pepe12521
pepe12521

Pls TES Total war Team say something about this bug

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dertypdermk
dertypdermk

The Elder Scrolls: Total War team please say something

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Guest
Guest

I'm sure they are trying to figure it out, give them time

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loustag2003
loustag2003

Doesn't seem to be working dor me. Tried edditing .cfg file and enabling "Read Only" attribute. Didn't seem to work. Any help would be appreciated.

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Marekmandalorian
Marekmandalorian

I also seem to be having the same problem of Medieval 2 encountering an unspecified error

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pepe12521
pepe12521

The team of TES Total War is now like US in fallout when the Great War starts

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DaedraWarrior Author
DaedraWarrior

We're working to fix this problem with crash

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Marekmandalorian
Marekmandalorian

Thank you for the reply, will be looking forward to the fix :)

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pepe12521
pepe12521

Yeaaa, Thats good!

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DaedraWarrior Author
DaedraWarrior

Did you guys renamed medieval2.exe to kingdoms.exe?

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Guest
Guest

Sorry for my english but it's working for me and i have to share it. Maybe some people can find it helpful.
It's working after i quit steam. I use the launcher (TESTWlauncher.exe)and when it reload steam it launch the mod and i can play the game!
Hope that will help some of you guys! And sorry again for my english ^^

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KingNovaDragon
KingNovaDragon

Hey, thank you for sharing but I tried to replicate what you said and it did not work for me

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Guest
Guest

Thank you! Restarting Steam and trying to launch again worked for.

Keep in mind, for others, I did all of the other mentioned fixes: duplicated .exe and renamed one to kingdoms, applied 4gb patch to both of the .exe files and deleted the events files. If it's not working for you try doing those as well.

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Cshelton
Cshelton

I use the Steam version of the game and had the same issue. After you make a copy of Medieval II.exe and rename it Kingdoms.exe, use the 4GB patch on both the original .exe file and the Kingdoms.exe file for the mod to launch correctly. I did this since I tried to only patch the copy and it didn't work, but I patched the original .exe file the second time and it launched with no problems.

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popefranciss
popefranciss

Yes! this is it, chief. This should work for anyone getting the unexpected error upon launching. Worked like a charm.

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Guest
Guest

it keeps crashing n startup for me

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DaedraWarrior Author
DaedraWarrior

Updated installation instructions, forgot to mention few things

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Areeon
Areeon

What 4gb patcher? You are still leaving out stuff.

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DaedraWarrior Author
DaedraWarrior

You can find it on Beginning of the End Times mod page, but it's not essential. If you experience crashes, when you need to rename your medieval2.exe to kingdoms.exe

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GreenMountaineer
GreenMountaineer

Does that count for the steam version because I did that and now its saying it can't find medieval2.exe

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Guest
Guest

Same here, when I tried to re-name medieval2.exe to kingdoms.exe it caused steam to bug out and force re-install the game

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DaedraWarrior Author
DaedraWarrior

backup your medieval2.exe

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Marekmandalorian
Marekmandalorian

I already have both a medieval2.exe and a kingdoms.exe, and steam won't launch the game without a medieval2.exe

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Guest
Guest

Same for me, even with a backuped medieval2.exe, it refuses to launch the game unless medieval2.exe exists

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Cshelton
Cshelton

Sorry for posting this comment a second time. I'm just trying to help.

I use the Steam version of the game and had the same issue. After you make a copy of Medieval II.exe and rename it Kingdoms.exe, use the 4GB patch on both the original .exe file and the Kingdoms.exe file for the mod to launch correctly. I did this since I tried to only patch the copy and it didn't work, but I patched the original .exe file the second time and it launched with no problems. Also, make sure to RENAME THE COPY and not the original.

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popefranciss
popefranciss

steamapps\common\Medieval II Total War\mods\The_Elder_Scrolls\4gb_patch

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DaedraWarrior Author
DaedraWarrior

RENAME YOUR MEDIEVAL2.EXE TO KINGDOMS.EXE IF YOU EXPERIENCE CRASHES

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pepe12521
pepe12521

I can play 1.6 and 1.5 version but 2.0 I cant

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Guest
Guest

When I do that I get an error from steam that it can't find medieval 2 exe
on 1.6 I used 2 copies of the exe file. One named kingdoms the other one medieval2

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Guest
Guest

Right click The_Elder_Scrolls.bat and choose "edit" and then change kingdoms.exe on medieval2.exe (on the last line). That is what fixes it for steam version.

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CommodusIV
CommodusIV

This advice is not accurate. Crashes are typically caused by memory outage, something likely with a mod that lobs on massive model after massive model. Medieval2.exe is identical to kingdoms.exe in the game engine's consideration. If this is such a good fix, point your launcher at kingdoms.exe in the first place and have people duplicate before installation as many large profile mods already do, and please, end the memory outages by integrating LAA.

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