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Installation Instructions for Romae ad Bellum Mod.

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    1. First step: Install the latest version of the mod. You can currently find this here Moddb.comMod DBRomae ad Bellum Release 8.30.22 (Latest Version with Patch v9122) fileAugust 2022 Update (Full Version Updated 8.30.22 includes patch v9122). Added several new civs including Germani, Numidians, Phoenicians, and the Macedonians. Reworked some prior released civs. Heavy rework of the DAT file to incorporate extensive new...

      Romae ad Bellum Release 8.30.22 (Latest Version with Patch v9122) file

    2. 10:52 PMNext, unzip both parts of the mod, and drop them into your local mod directory. You can find this directory here: C:\Users\JSmith\Games\Age of Empires 2 DE\Large Number\mods\local
    3. 10:54 PMIt should now look like this in your local mod directory (you may also have other folders, but you need these

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    4. 10:55 PMNow, install the free Enhanced Graphics DLC for AoE2 DE, found here Store.steampowered.comSteamEnhanced Graphics PackThe Enhanced Graphics Pack increases Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition to ultra-high fidelity resolution. Before you attempt to install, please make sure that your system requirements meet or exceed the minimum specs for this content.Enhanced Graphics Pack
    5. 10:56 PMYou can also go to the steam store, and search for "Age of Empires"

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    6. 10:56 PMSelect AoE2 DE, and scroll down until you come to the DLC section

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    7. 10:57 PMSelect the free UHD DLC, then scroll down and click Download

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    8. 10:58 PMNow go to your steam library, select AoE2 DE, look at the right of the screen, and scroll down until you find the DLC section

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    9. 10:58 PMSelect "Manage My X DLC" Image
    10. 10:59 PMThis game management properties tab should open. Select the DLC tab in the far left, and ensure the ultra high graphics DLC is enabled

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    11. 11:00 PMNow open AoE2 DE
    12. 11:01 PMOpen the settings menu in the top right, and click "Options"

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    13. 11:04 PMSelect the "Show Advanced Options" box

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    14. 11:06 PMEnsure the "Enhanced Graphics (UHD)" box is ticked

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    15. 11:06 PMNow click "Confirm" to close the menu

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    16. 11:07 PMOnce again, open the settings menu in the top right, but this time, click "Mods"

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    17. 11:07 PMYour mod manager will now open

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    18. 11:08 PMFind the "RAW UI and Files" mod, hold Shift, and click "Priority Up"

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    19. 11:09 PMEnsure the box is ticked to enable the UI mod

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    20. 11:09 PMNow, close the game

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    21. 11:09 PMNow, restart AoE2 De
    22. 11:10 PMYou will now see the UI mod has been applied to the game, altering the menu

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    23. 11:11 PMNow, select "Single Player", then "Skirmish" or "Editor"

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    24. 11:12 PMSelect a civilization for each player

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    25. 11:12 PMEnsure that you only use a civilization that is fully colored in
    26. 11:12 PMYou must never use a civilization that is greyed out, or says this in the top right. The technical constraints are very real

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    27. 11:14 PMNow close the civilization menu, and go to the Game Settings part of the lobby. Select the "Rome at War" datamod

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    28. 11:14 PMYou may now start a single player game. Remember to select the Data Mod before each game
    29. 11:15 PMIf you instead want to load or create a custom scenario, return to the main menu, open "Single Player", and press "Editors"

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    30. 11:17 PMBefore loading your scenario, change the data mod to "Rome at War" in the bottom right

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    31. 11:18 PMThat covers all the single player content
    32. 11:18 PMIf you instead want to play a multiplayer Rome at War game, open the mod manager again
    33. 11:19 PMThis time, change the tab to "Browse Mods" at the top

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    34. 11:20 PMSlowly type "Rome at war" in the search box

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    35. 11:20 PMSelect the Rome at War Multiplayer Datamod Version mod
    36. 11:20 PMClick "Subscribe" Image
    37. 11:21 PMWait for the mod to install and change from the loading circle to a tick

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    38. 11:21 PMReturn to the main menu, and click "Multiplayer"

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    39. 11:22 PMSelect "Host Game" or use a regular joining process if someone else is hosting (you need to multiplayer DAT installed either way)
    40. 11:23 PMIf you are hosting, before creating the lobby, change the data mod to the Rome at War multiplayer datamod

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    41. 11:23 PMYou may now host your lobby, and anyone else with the datamod installed can join and play normally
    42. 11:23 PMThat covers all of the single player and multiplayer setup
    43. 11:24 PMIt's important to remember to re-enable the data mod before each game, because it resets after each game (for the editor, you only need to load the data mod for each session in the editor)
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joagalindo14
joagalindo14 - - 1 comments

Hi!
I have already unzipped the whole folder in the correct directory, but in Config>Mods there is not a "RAW UI and Files" item, but just a "RAW UI" (in addition to "Rome at war"data item).

When I run the game on Single player, only some feautures are changed but not all (for instance the names and descriptons of the civs remain Medieval).

I don't know how to solve it.

Thnks!

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vkvamsi355
vkvamsi355 - - 1 comments

Hey guys. I have some issues. When i build a wall i cant see it and also when there are no war ships in harbor for just rome. i only have fishing trading and transport ships

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