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I've never been much of a writer... forgive me for what you're about to read... Some models/textures currently used in v2.3 will be improved in time!

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Some models/textures currently used in v2.3 will be improved in time!


Disclaimer! All the new battles maps were created by me with permission to use certain assets from DaC by Arkay! Moat Cailin, Kings Landing and Dragonstone are the work of Makanyane, Inarus and the Westeros Total War Development team!


Custom Battle Maps

Winterfell














Moat Cailin (Created by Makanyane)



The Dreafort





White Harbor..









The Twins




Riverrun







Acorn Hall






Harrenhall




The Bloody Gate




Gates of the Moon




Longbowhall battle map




Dragonstone battle map










Sharp Point battle map







Duskendale battle map..





Storms End









Highgarden







Oldtown..








The Arbor..









Goldengrove..





Yronwood






Starfall










Casterly Rock (credits to Arkay and DAC, I just rextured the models and added lion statues)


Dragons

Balerion 'The Black Dread'



Meraxes



Vhaegar



Caraxes 'The Blood Wyrm'



Sunfyre 'The Golden'



Dreamfyre



Seasmoke



Meleys 'The Red Queen'



Tessarion 'The Blue Queen



Arrax




Moondancer



Shrykos



Syrax



Tyraxes



Vermax



Drogon



Rhaegal



Viserion



Undead Viserion



The article would be too long if I previewed every change, be sure to try v2.3 and check the changes out yourself!

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Lord_Baal
Lord_Baal

You are using the Medieval 2 engine overhaul to place as many custom places as possible right?

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PeaMan Author
PeaMan

Nope, I'm waiting for a more finished version of the MEOP before I implement it to the mod.

The battle maps are tied to certain faction and culture upgrade levels which comes in handy as almost every settlement in Westeros has its own unique look on the strat map and in time will have a unique battlemap (hopefully) , with some hardcoded limits taken into account of course.

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