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English_Longbowman Regular User Aug 12, 2011, 08:13:37 am 0 6
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 Re: Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod (v 0.6 beta)  » posted under Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod on Sep 14, 2011, 05:31:16 pm
Tsubodai wrote:
English_Longbowman wrote:

Yes I do, is there anything you need me to research?

Yeah, it would be great if you could research the Etruscan military, I had trouble finding something reliable (pics of soldiers/names etc.)
Also, names for Etruscan/Samnite generals etc. if possible around 300BC.
Thanks. Post anything you find on the thread at Taleworlds please as I don't always check here.
(Same username?)

Yes I am the same username and I will see what I can do.
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 Re: Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod (v 0.6 beta)  » posted under Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod on Sep 14, 2011, 02:19:41 pm
Tsubodai wrote:
English_Longbowman wrote:
Sounds Good
Also if you need help with some history, or just some ideas in general I could be of some service.

help would be greatly appreciated, are you on taleworlds? it will be much easier to discuss ideas on the main thread


Yes I do, is there anything you need me to research?
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 Re: Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod (v 0.6 beta)  » posted under Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod on Sep 13, 2011, 06:26:54 pm
Tsubodai wrote:
English_Longbowman wrote:
Question?
Shouldn't Carthage have more African troops such as the Numidians seeing as they originated from Tunisia? Also Carthage did have Gauls in their army.
Overall I think this is a great mod and with a little bit of help in troop editing, and more items you could make it one of the better mods.

Thanks!
Yeah I intend to do more or less as you say, I have some nice Carthage models now so the next version will have unique Carthage troops!
I had also thought of giving them Numidian Cavalry and Iberian infantry for example as mercs

Sounds Good
Also if you need help with some history, or just some ideas in general I could be of some service.
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 Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod (v 0.6 beta)  » posted under Cursus Honorum: An early Rome Mod on Sep 12, 2011, 06:24:09 pm
Question?
Shouldn't Carthage have more African troops such as the Numidians seeing as they originated from Tunisia? Also Carthage did have Gauls in their army.
Overall I think this is a great mod and with a little bit of help in troop editing, and more items you could make it one of the better mods.
Jollygardengnome18 wrote:
First of all this mod looks absolutely amazing! I've always been interested in history, and I plan on studying history.
I'm particularly interested in Britain at this age! It looks very promising.

Now, problem is that when I download it and click on it on the bar below (I don't know what the is called, but Chrome users will know what I'm talking about), I get an error saying: "The setup files are corrupted. Please obtain a new copy of the program. "

So I did. I went on and downloaded it again (oh, and btw, it takes like 6-7 hours for me to download it, so I wasted a whole day) and got the exact same error.
It's really annoying because I want to play this mod and I had been looking forward to it all day.

What am I doing wrong or how could I avoid this error?
ANY help would be really appreciated and if you helped me make it work, I would buy you beer if I knew you.


I use chrome to, and it also takes 6-7 hours for me to download, but i never got the set up file message.
Watcher wrote:
Sorry mate but I didn't like this mod.Because the only difference between native mod is Jerusalem.I think you need a new map,new factions,new armours,new weapons etc.

If you had read the introduction of mod to the fullest extent you would have realized, he stated he has to do what you just said he needs to do.
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