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Erstellt von De_La_GreCo, 24.09.2008, 23:23 Uhr · 23 Antworten · 29.547 Aufrufe

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    Total War

    kennt einer von euch die spielereihe der total war serie????welche spiele der TW reihe findet ihr am besten was sind eure taktiken bzw eure lieblings völker eure meinung interessieren mich

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    Kingdoms: Hosted Modifications




    TSARDOMS: TOTAL WAR - FIRST PREVIEW



    Factions in v1.00

    Roman Catholic Christians
    Kingdom of Hungary
    Kingdom of Naples
    Republic of Venice

    Orthodox Christians
    Tsardom of Serbia
    Tsardom of Bulgaria
    Byzantine Empire
    Principality of Wallachia

    Muslims
    Ottoman Empire

    Krstjani
    Banate of Bosnia

    The following factions will be added in later mod versions: Duchy of Athens, Knights of Rhodes (Knights of St.John), Archduchy of Austria (the House of Hapsburg), Karamanid Emirate


    Map

    The map includes part of Italy, Balkans and Asia Minor and it will contain about hundred regions which will allow us to represent the area in a realistic fashion.


    Flags and faction symbols

    Tsardoms: Total War, in its final version, will include over 100 totally new flags and coats of arms.
    We take heraldry very seriously, so we decided to make a reconstruction of all primary sources made known to us. Here you can see results in some examples (made by matko and phoenix[illusion]):



    The King of Hungary, The Ban of Bosnia, The Roman Emperor

    Here you can see 4 randomly selected faction symbols (by Ave_Serbia):

    Principality of Wallachia, The Empire of Romans, Knights of Rhodes, The Republic of Venice



    Tsardom of Serbia: Units Part I
    ( all models and skins by phoenix[illusion] - except for the skins on horses )

    "At first we were confused. The East thought that we were West, while the West considered us to be East. Some of us misunderstood our place in the clash of currents, so they cried that we belong to neither side- and others that we belong exclusively to one side or the other. But I tell you, Irenaeus, we are doomed by fate to be the East in the West and the West in the East, to acknowledge only heavenly Jerusalem beyond us, and here on earth--no one." - St. Sava (of Serbia) to Irenaeus, 13th century

    Although Serbia has long been in the shadow of more powerful rivals in the Balkans like Byzantium, Hungary and Bulgaria, under the Nemanjic dynasty its influence and power grew significantly. In 1345, Serbia is a dominant power in the peninsula and one of the most serious contentenders, along with Ottomans, Hungarians and Venetians, for the legacy of Byzantium. The player who controls Serbia will have these units (among others) at his disposal...

    Shielded Bowmen

    Shielded Bowmen are the evolution of early Serbian archers. They are primarily archers, but unlike their predecessors they are armed with swords, carry shields for protection, and wear light armour. In battles they act as archers and they can fight melee but are not effective as standard infantry. They are best for weakening the enemy with a rain of arrows and for defending settlements. Historically-speaking, in feudal Serbia there was a class of people called vlasi (vlachs) who were cattle breeders. They had an obligation to provide certain number of soldiers and were archers in Serbian armies. In the famous Battle of Velbužd (1330) they inflicted great losses on Bulgarian army.






    Upgraded Shielded Bowmen






    Heavy Infantry

    Historically, there were free people in high feudalism in Serbia who weren’t meropsi (peasants), but neither had they income enough to buy horses and expensive cavalry equipment (like vlastela). Because of that they became infantry (ordinary called vojnici) and formed a class called vlastelcici, the lowest ranked nobility. These soldiers are covered with mail, have a round shield and are armed with a sword. The unit can be upgraded with better armour and then the soldiers will wear scale and lamellar armour (like on these pictures).





    Serbian Speramen

    Historically, there were free people in high feudalism in Serbia who weren’t meropsi (peasants), but neither had they enough incomes to buy horses and expensive cavalry equipment (like vlastela). Because of that they became infantry (ordinary called vojnici) and formed a class which was called vlastelcici, the lowest ranked nobility. These soldiers are covered with mail, have a large round shield and are armed with a spear.





    Horsearchers

    Serbian Horsearchers are light missile cavalrymen drawn from various nations popular known as Turcopoles. These cavalrymen are armed with bows and arrows and in close combat they use swords and sabres. For protection they use smaller shields and light armour which allow them higher maneuverability. Historically, they were mercenaries hired from Cumans, Turks, Alans and Tatars and were heavily hired in time of King Milutin (1282-1321). He used them mostly in several civil wars with his brother Dragutin and for special tasks when he couldn’t rely on the Serbian nobility. In 1321 he sent a unit of 2000 Cuman Turcopoles to help Andronicus II to hold his rule in Roman Empire





    Upgraded Horsearchers





    Auxilia Cavalry

    These horseman, recruited from among the lower nobility, are armed in Byzantine fashion. Their equipment consists from a scale/lemellar loricon,
    mail protection for arms and legs and an open helmet. They use spears and swords in combat.
    In a beginning of the 14th century they were seen as heavy calvary but now (in the year 1345), with the development of the plate armour, they should be considered as medium cavalry. Auxilia are a support cavalry for heavier troops like Vlastela; they cannot defeat western style knights in a direct battle but their speed and manoeuverability makes them useful on the battlefield.








    And it is important to mention that we have got permission from DisgruntledGoat to use his beautiful skins for Byzantine Empire.
    Skins on horses that you see in pictures above are his.


    Gameplay

    Tsardoms will bring many changes to gameplay to reflect our aim of striking a perfect balance between gameplay and historical plausability. More realistic economy, harder and longer sieges, improved recruting system, realistic population growth, more buildings etc.






    Tsardoms: Total War - Total War Center Forums

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    weiste zufällig wann diese mod rauskommt??spiele grade die mod stainless steel 6.1 wenn sie dir was sagt

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    Zitat Zitat von Venom1 Beitrag anzeigen



    TSARDOMS: TOTAL WAR - FIRST PREVIEW



    Factions in v1.00

    Roman Catholic Christians
    Kingdom of Hungary
    Kingdom of Naples
    Republic of Venice

    Orthodox Christians
    Tsardom of Serbia
    Tsardom of Bulgaria
    Byzantine Empire
    Principality of Wallachia

    Muslims
    Ottoman Empire

    Krstjani
    Banate of Bosnia

    The following factions will be added in later mod versions: Duchy of Athens, Knights of Rhodes (Knights of St.John), Archduchy of Austria (the House of Hapsburg), Karamanid Emirate


    Map

    The map includes part of Italy, Balkans and Asia Minor and it will contain about hundred regions which will allow us to represent the area in a realistic fashion.


    Flags and faction symbols

    Tsardoms: Total War, in its final version, will include over 100 totally new flags and coats of arms.
    We take heraldry very seriously, so we decided to make a reconstruction of all primary sources made known to us. Here you can see results in some examples (made by matko and phoenix[illusion]):



    The King of Hungary, The Ban of Bosnia, The Roman Emperor

    Here you can see 4 randomly selected faction symbols (by Ave_Serbia):

    Principality of Wallachia, The Empire of Romans, Knights of Rhodes, The Republic of Venice



    Tsardom of Serbia: Units Part I
    ( all models and skins by phoenix[illusion] - except for the skins on horses )

    "At first we were confused. The East thought that we were West, while the West considered us to be East. Some of us misunderstood our place in the clash of currents, so they cried that we belong to neither side- and others that we belong exclusively to one side or the other. But I tell you, Irenaeus, we are doomed by fate to be the East in the West and the West in the East, to acknowledge only heavenly Jerusalem beyond us, and here on earth--no one." - St. Sava (of Serbia) to Irenaeus, 13th century

    Although Serbia has long been in the shadow of more powerful rivals in the Balkans like Byzantium, Hungary and Bulgaria, under the Nemanjic dynasty its influence and power grew significantly. In 1345, Serbia is a dominant power in the peninsula and one of the most serious contentenders, along with Ottomans, Hungarians and Venetians, for the legacy of Byzantium. The player who controls Serbia will have these units (among others) at his disposal...

    Shielded Bowmen

    Shielded Bowmen are the evolution of early Serbian archers. They are primarily archers, but unlike their predecessors they are armed with swords, carry shields for protection, and wear light armour. In battles they act as archers and they can fight melee but are not effective as standard infantry. They are best for weakening the enemy with a rain of arrows and for defending settlements. Historically-speaking, in feudal Serbia there was a class of people called vlasi (vlachs) who were cattle breeders. They had an obligation to provide certain number of soldiers and were archers in Serbian armies. In the famous Battle of Velbužd (1330) they inflicted great losses on Bulgarian army.






    Upgraded Shielded Bowmen






    Heavy Infantry

    Historically, there were free people in high feudalism in Serbia who weren’t meropsi (peasants), but neither had they income enough to buy horses and expensive cavalry equipment (like vlastela). Because of that they became infantry (ordinary called vojnici) and formed a class called vlastelcici, the lowest ranked nobility. These soldiers are covered with mail, have a round shield and are armed with a sword. The unit can be upgraded with better armour and then the soldiers will wear scale and lamellar armour (like on these pictures).





    Serbian Speramen

    Historically, there were free people in high feudalism in Serbia who weren’t meropsi (peasants), but neither had they enough incomes to buy horses and expensive cavalry equipment (like vlastela). Because of that they became infantry (ordinary called vojnici) and formed a class which was called vlastelcici, the lowest ranked nobility. These soldiers are covered with mail, have a large round shield and are armed with a spear.





    Horsearchers

    Serbian Horsearchers are light missile cavalrymen drawn from various nations popular known as Turcopoles. These cavalrymen are armed with bows and arrows and in close combat they use swords and sabres. For protection they use smaller shields and light armour which allow them higher maneuverability. Historically, they were mercenaries hired from Cumans, Turks, Alans and Tatars and were heavily hired in time of King Milutin (1282-1321). He used them mostly in several civil wars with his brother Dragutin and for special tasks when he couldn’t rely on the Serbian nobility. In 1321 he sent a unit of 2000 Cuman Turcopoles to help Andronicus II to hold his rule in Roman Empire





    Upgraded Horsearchers





    Auxilia Cavalry

    These horseman, recruited from among the lower nobility, are armed in Byzantine fashion. Their equipment consists from a scale/lemellar loricon,
    mail protection for arms and legs and an open helmet. They use spears and swords in combat.
    In a beginning of the 14th century they were seen as heavy calvary but now (in the year 1345), with the development of the plate armour, they should be considered as medium cavalry. Auxilia are a support cavalry for heavier troops like Vlastela; they cannot defeat western style knights in a direct battle but their speed and manoeuverability makes them useful on the battlefield.








    And it is important to mention that we have got permission from DisgruntledGoat to use his beautiful skins for Byzantine Empire.
    Skins on horses that you see in pictures above are his.


    Gameplay

    Tsardoms will bring many changes to gameplay to reflect our aim of striking a perfect balance between gameplay and historical plausability. More realistic economy, harder and longer sieges, improved recruting system, realistic population growth, more buildings etc.






    Tsardoms: Total War - Total War Center Forums

    Welches Total War braucht man für die Mod

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    Zitat Zitat von Сербиан Beitrag anzeigen
    Welches Total War braucht man für die Mod


    medieval 2

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    das sieht sehr interessant aus. welches spiel ist das????

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    Zitat Zitat von meko Beitrag anzeigen
    das sieht sehr interessant aus. welches spiel ist das????

    gibt viele spiele dieser spielreihe...von shogun total war bis empire total war was jetzt im november rauskommen wird.jeder dieser TW reihe spielt in bestimmten zeitaltern.die bekanntesten sind rome total war (antike) und total war medieval 2 (mittelalter)

    Tw ist ein echtstrategie spiel,man muss das land aufbaun indem man städte auf der karte verwaltet provinzen einimmt und seine gegner ausschaltet.

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    Medieval 2 Total War

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    Zitat Zitat von De_La_GreCo Beitrag anzeigen
    gibt viele spiele dieser spielreihe...von shogun total war bis empire total war was jetzt im november rauskommen wird.jeder dieser TW reihe spielt in bestimmten zeitaltern.die bekanntesten sind rome total war (antike) und total war medieval 2 (mittelalter)

    Tw ist ein echtstrategie spiel,man muss das land aufbaun indem man städte auf der karte verwaltet provinzen einimmt und seine gegner ausschaltet.
    kann man das schon kaufen,.. wenn ja schick mir bitte einen ink oder so das ich weiss welches ich nehmen soll,...
    das mit den balkanvölkern sieht interessant aus.

    THX

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    da steht aber nichts von jugos

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