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  1. Poll: Re: Poll: Should we make RTR a community mod again or keep development Private?

    I'm not sure about the startpos, though, but I could ask in the internal forum. The constant patching demotivated our startpos guy a bit so they might not be updated right now.
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Earlier in this thread Marius Marich stated that Zara should start under Venetian control instead of rebels and I had a look into it, but couldn't find much. Wikipedia states that Zara was sold by...
  3. Poll: Re: Poll: Should we make RTR a community mod again or keep development Private?

    Syracuse does have walls in R2TR :tongue: (or it had with the latest startpos).
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    Re: Maps with regions

    I always have ideas :laughter: I have recently stumbled across the ''associated settlements'' of the Swiss Eidgenossenschaft. The most famous being the Republic of Genf, but there are also other...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Nice, looking forward to that :thumbsup2 Good luck then, I will probably add my research about the last missing family this week :)
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Hehe, oh yeah, that should have priority :D I guess the problem lies in the small part of France which is present on the map and thus they are economically not as strong as they had to be to be...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Yeah that sounds cool :) I guess they were basically at war from the moment on that Pisa rebelled, but since they would go to the rebel faction in the game that is the case anyway.
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Yes. From the book I mentioned above and from other sources I can reconstruct the events in the following way: Pisa and Lucca had always been Florence's main rivals for a hegemony over (northern)...
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    ,,Dazu kamen äußere Misserfolge, ja sogar Blamagen. So erwies sich das von Florenz in Dienst gestellte Söldnerheer als unfähig, die 1494 abgefallene Stadt Pisa zurückzuerobern. Dadurch wurde nicht...
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    Oh yes, I should have read that more carefully. Also, I noticed that Pisa always starts as rebel in the game, while Volker Reinhardt in his Geschichte von Florenz (C.H. Beck Wissen) writes that it...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    I did not know about the ''perfect spy'', ''toggle_fow'' does not show what's inside a settlement, but I did load my Florentine campaign afterwards and saw there's just a generic character in...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    If it is from South Africa I would say Battle of Modder River because, well, there is a river on the picture :tongue:
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    Re: Maps with regions

    15.The Appiani were a noble family, originally from Pisa, who ruled over Piombino, Populonia, Elba and various lesser communities in South Western Tuscany. As traditional allies of the Kingdom of...
  14. Poll: Re: Poll: Should we make RTR a community mod again or keep development Private?

    I have voted for private development, but I also find Phalangitis' view important and agree that PR is important. Every faction and a lot of features can be previewed to keep the public interested...
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    I still think the evil Thebans should not have convicted all of those poor Plataian souls to death :(
  16. Re: Phillip's II palace to be partially reconstructed as part of the new Aigai (Vergina) Museum

    That looks really promising, thanks for sharing it, mate! :)
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Indeed 1648 might just have had too MANY features, so beware of that. I think Orvieto was also important, yeah :D I'm just here to mention families, cities and duchies you might not have considered...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Yeah, it was a great feature in 1648 TW ( an amazing mod, btw, but it had so many bugs- I wonder if named fortresses were part of the cause for that?). Also, please consider adding Perugia at least,...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    13. The Baglioni governed Perugia from 1424 to 1540, but always remained under Papal control. First of all, is Perugia on the map? I can't start the game right now and only found another screenshot...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Right, I was busy with other mods but I'm coming back to TIW this evening to continue my research.

    12. The Malaspina controlled the Lunigiana as well as Carrara and Massa down the coast. There's...
  21. Sticky: Re: Beta testers for the "Greeks at War" mod! NOW HIRING!!!

    The godly Phalangitis has spoken! Now we shall await his judgement.



    Yeah, probably drunken tourists on Mallorca, which kinda adds the punch line to the joke :tongue:
  22. Sticky: Re: Beta testers for the "Greeks at War" mod! NOW HIRING!!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpbbA1r3hEU
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    Sticky: Re: Spartan Preview

    Yeah I was just thinking of the other pronounciations in Ancient Greek as well. Other than that, good job and the Santas are quite funny :D
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    Sticky: Re: Spartan Preview

    Great job! Fantastic details and graphics, have some rep. And it even looks as if you already got most descriptions done :D

    I'm not that good at praise and I'm sure most people will do that...
  25. Re: [SUBMOD] Biro96's Ambassador's Reskin

    Can you not just copy the picture URL and insert it in the image link? Like this:



    http://i62.tinypic.com/2rqnj8m.jpg
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    Re: Maps with regions

    That's cool! :) I will add the remaining families in the upcoming week.
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    Re: Maps with regions

    11. The Aleramici with their Del Vasto branch ruled over Saluzzo from the 11th century until the 16th century. In 1125 they reached the ranks of marquesses and the Marquisate of Saluzzo became the...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    10. Despite intensifying it's friendly relations with France and allowing them military access in 1494, the Duchy of Savoy was still officially a vassal of the Holy Roman Empire in 1493, being a...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Thank you guys, but I am far from finished yet.

    9. Bentivoglio I have already mentioned this ruling family of Bologna above and they were described in detail by Niccoló Macchiavelli, which makes...
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    8. Malatesta- in the year 1400 they earned 47 000 dukats yearly from Rimini and also ruled over or influenced surrounding towns like Cesena, Forli, Faenza or Pesaro, which were guarded by a...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Right, I am starting with the Italian families now. Looking at the map and recounting the 18 factions we will have soon I must say that it will be a good density, but by far the biggest missing...
  32. Re: Examples of the best-preserved Celtic oppidum settlements

    That is a very nice example indeed. I visited the city on the Magdalensberg in Carinthia in 2011, which was originally a Norici oppidum from the 1st century BC. Some of the original structures of...
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    Sticky: Re: GaW - Persia Preview

    Gorgeous! This is looking good, and you even have unit descriptions already :D
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    Re: Maps with regions

    I knew you would ask that :laughter: Yes I will try to research all of the listed families, apart from Sforza, Medici, d'Aragona, D'Este and the Roman families in the Papal States, since you probably...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    Well, thank you :) If you look at the families listed on the left there might be a few more possibilities like that one. I also googled the Baglioni of Perugia but it looks as if they only dominated...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    :thumbsup2 The map seems to be very accurate, though. For example it shows Bologna under the control of the Bentivoglio and indeed it seems to have been ruled independently from Rome by Giovani II...
  37. Re: [SUBMOD] Biro96's Ambassador's Reskin

    Good job, Biro! :thumbsup2 +Rep
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    Re: Maps with regions

    If you need any translations I can help with that :tongue:
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    Sticky: Re: {DIK} Discussion

    The Imperial Tercios were famously undefeated for over a century! :tongue: Otherwise I can't say that I particularly observed this yet, but if that AI recruitment is a general problem, it should...
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    Re: Maps with regions

    This map also implies a more direct control in Dalmatia, but apart from that it looks rather useful, especially with the list of all the Italian dynasties:
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