Summary continued.

After the recent events in the movie as you know it, it skips ahead thousands of years to the time of Rick O'Connell. But there's the time gap in between that was never told because was there? There was the story of the Scorpion King and how Imhotep tried to ally with him to kill Rick, plus the fact that Evy had ancient Egyptian ties as daughter of Seti. Therefore to fill in the gap to find out what had happened between the years 1290 BC and 1923 AD, I have decided to make a fan fiction tale up. Surely there must've been cults or a cult that have attempted to raise Imhotep from the dead and to capture the princess but failed so many times because of the Medjai, heroes and even forming alliances with old foes against a common threat.

Well then, here we are. I have decided to change the course of this mod to a much simpler one.

Here's the untold tale and keep in mind, this is a fan told tale so do not assume I am claiming characters are my creation. This is a mod based on one of my favorite film series.

Seti is dead, murdered in cold blood by Imhotep and Anck Su Namun. But after the death of the two treacherous lovers, a cult secretly arose called the Circle of Imhotep, vowing for vengeance. With the New Kingdom desperate to appoint a successor to the throne since Ramsess II is not born yet in another decade, the realm is slightly weakened & exposed. Just when things could not get any better, it got worse. The cult begins to bring chaos to the people, killing many who had loved the Pharaoh with all their hearts. The Pharaoh had the love of his people while Imhotep had the love of Anck Su Namun, his fellow priests and the newly formed cult.

The Medjai do their best to keep order and the peace. At first, it was just small waves of raids upon villages, but as the number of cultists grew, the Medjai begin to realize that something else was up. Knowing in their minds that they cannot allow the cultists to resurrect Imhotep. The New Kingdom was in utter danger of a walking disease with the power of invincibility as told by Oded Fehr in the movie. After all, it was the Medjai who created a monster from the former high priest Imhotep that must be contained for eternity as punishment for what he had done in his lifetime.

Now over these past months, I have learnt how to edit scenes as well as things I already know about modding (Only things left now are 3D modelling and mapping. Trust me when I say this, I have tried mapping and I will keep on trying. But scenes will be worked on immediately.)

With the nobles of the Egyptian Empire yet to appoint Seti's son, Ramesses II to the throne, who is not born in another 10 years or so, enemies such as the Hittites plan an invasion, while the cult continue with their evil work to resurrect Imhotep and his undead minions. The Mittani hope to negotiate a military alliance with Egypt against the Hittites. The Babylonians remain neutral for now. Knowing the Egyptian Empire is under threat from all sides, the Medjai prepare everyone for war.

Factions:

The Egyptian Empire (Sarranids)

The Hittite Empire (Nords)

The Mittani (Vaegirs)

The Babylonians (Swadians)

For the last two, I am hoping to merge the two factions together.

Cult of Imhotep (Khergits)

The Undead (Rhodoks)

Just keep in mind everyone, it will take time to re add the other factions that I had turned invisible. Troops will be reworked, same with npcs, banners etc.

Update: I am currently working on the city of Thebes. Will upload a screenshot when I finally finished.

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With the nobles of the Egyptian Empire yet to appoint Seti's son, Ramesses II to the throne, enemies such as the Hittites plan an invasion, while the cult continue with their evil work to resurrect Imhotep and his undead minions. The Mittani hope to negotiate a military alliance with Egypt against the Hittites. The Babylonians remain neutral for now.

Factions:

The Egyptian Empire (Sarranids)

The Hittite Empire (Nords)

The Mittani (Vaegirs)

The Babylonians (Swadians)

For the last two, I am hoping to merge the two factions together.

Cult of Imhotep (Khergits)

The Undead (Rhodoks)

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Next version, new scenes and maybe new units such as Anubites.

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New update with good news and bad news. This has some minor additions such as items. Still lots of work to be done!

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New Update. New items.Old map because of new map issues(The new map, although well done and much nicer will not let you load back in after saving and...

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tepeNNN
tepeNNN

the map seems to be empty, is there anything to do?? i can only see a few towns but the towns that belong to the swadia and the nords are not here

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TheBatmanofGotham Creator
TheBatmanofGotham

That is because I removed them in the previous mod by making them invisible. I will be adding them back since I've decided to include all factions now. As you can see in the description above, I have made sure there will be 6 factions. Best to wait until I've made the brand new version. The old mod is now turned into a new one.

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Guest
Guest

This looks awesome!

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TheBatmanofGotham Creator
TheBatmanofGotham

Thanks, it still needs alot of work.

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cristiroth
cristiroth

Hello, do you plan any future releases? It would be too bad to discontinue such an amazing mod

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TheBatmanofGotham Creator
TheBatmanofGotham

Yes of course. Right now, it's on hold. I have a lot to figure out in modding.

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Guest
Guest

Ffs... Set was not an 'evil' god, he was the guardian of the underworld. Apophis was the snake god that might be called 'evil'.

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TheBatmanofGotham Creator
TheBatmanofGotham

Set is seen as evil from Age of Mythology the game and from Gods of Egypt, the film. Anubis is the Guardian of the Underworld and he is not evil, he is a judge. I have not heard of Apophis. Your argument is invalid.

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migdeu19
migdeu19

Set start as God of the desert, foreigners , envy, violence etc. In fact the "evil" god (in fact were more what today we call a monster or deamon) were Apohis (Apep), as the opossite concept of the Maat (also in the solar bark myth set gought agaimst apep to defend Ra (but that conception is mostly from New Kingdom). The conversion of Set in an evil good seems to start with the Hiksos invasion that were from the desert (like set), and after Egypt regaign the independence set fall in disgrace, with the exceptuin of the military garrisons that wete placed in hiksos central cities, were set were adopted again. Long time after that one military of that garrisons become pharaoh (Ramses I), and restore the cult of set as one of the egyptian protectors. What is true is that in the myth of Horus and Set he is the enemie of the monarchy god (Horus), but that seems to come from a predynastic fight between two major towns in southern egypt in wich Horus and Set were patron deities from that towns (obviously the winner were the Horus town).

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migdeu19
migdeu19

Sorry because orthography mistakes, Im writting without keyboard

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raik3n87
raik3n87

They're both evil, tough apophis is the most evil of the two

En.wikipedia.org

En.wikipedia.org(deity

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TheBatmanofGotham Creator
TheBatmanofGotham

Of course and thank you. There is always a greater evil then the evil that exists. Btw I have been told by friends of mine that wikipedia isn't always 100% accurate because people change things on it from time to time.

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Guest
Guest

Wiki may or may not always be accurate but that doesn't change the fact that both Set and Apophis are both Gods of Chaos

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TheBatmanofGotham Creator
TheBatmanofGotham

Yes I know. I am already aware that Set and Apophis are evil Gods of chaos, destruction etc.

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ARandomPerson101
ARandomPerson101

Set was only considered evil from at the very earliest the 22nd Dynasty under Libyan Rule, more likely under the 26th Dynasty. Although in the Osiris Myth he killed Osiris and scattered his body across the land, he was viewed with respect by the Egyptians for most of the Pharaonic Period as he was also one of the gods, who helped Ra the sun god travel through the afterlife and be born again each morning. Without him, the Egyptian concept of ma-at (sort of moral compass but not really, more like cosmic order) would not have been possible. Throughout Egyptian history, he had devoted followers. To be evil by Ancient Egyptian standards was to go against Maat, and he definitely didn't. Apep, on the other hand, was seen as evil, because he tried to eat Ra and bring about eternal night.

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