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  1. Re: Is Attila the least historical game since Medieval II (or even Rome I vanilla?)

    Your version is more in line with what I've heard. The reviewer explicitly mentioned deteriorating climate, though no the exact mechanism. Famine? Attrition? One of the faction previews (the vikings...
  2. Re: Is Attila the least historical game since Medieval II (or even Rome I vanilla?)

    Lol, well I haven't been paying much attention to TW:Attila, but I just read in a review that it has climate change as a driving factor behind the great migrations. How about that. I know I was...
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    Re: Why is the Irish not in this one??

    Indeed, exactly the same as all of the British Isles. Though we know a bit more about the English history, that doesn't make it any less peripheral.
  4. Re: Important request to CA - Mistakes of Roman and German units

    KL, got to be careful not to outfit people with ceremonial armour though. I'm not at all sure all of those helmets you've shown were meant to be used in battle. If they were, not by common soldiers...
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    Re: Elder Scrolls Online

    I don't see why not tbh.
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    Re: Elder Scrolls Online

    ESO has been neither deserving of bad reviews nor expensive over the past year. The future is less certain though, now they'll start selling stuff you'd otherwise have to acquire through gameplay.
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    Re: 10 killed in a gun attack in France.

    The enemy of my enemy can still be my enemy. All fundamentalists are fundamentally creeps, and you shouldn't want them in your corner whatever the circumstance.
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    Re: 10 killed in a gun attack in France.

    Why did they flee? Not interested in martyrdom? What's the world coming to.
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    Re: ESO TWCenter Guild

    ESO's my favourite game atm. Doesn't look as if there's too much interest here on TWC though.

    My main character!
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v724/Muizer/LTW_zpsec3929bb.png
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    Poll: Re: The Most Logical Religion

    Let's not forget the thread's title. I suppose you could argue god created the universe a few thousand years ago in exactly such a way that it would appear to be billions of years old. By the same...
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    Poll: Re: The Most Logical Religion

    What often goes wrong in discussions like these is that people try to argue why, by the standards of their own beliefs, the beliefs of others must be wrong. Fact is there will be multitudes of...
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    Poll: Re: The Most Logical Religion

    I'm a tragic figure. I search for the devine by learning about the universe, and the more I do that, the less relevant existing religions become. Salvation? Well yes, religions offer that (and...
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    Poll: Re: The Most Logical Religion

    Never heard of it. I came across "Pascal's Wager", but that doesn't answer what you should do when you have to choose between religions.
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    Poll: Re: The Most Logical Religion

    Well by not believing anything, I'm at least avoiding believing the wrong thing! That must count for something :D
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    Re: Elder Scrolls Online

    Yup, still playing. Worked myself through most of the PvE content. It's a nice, casual game. Just starting with the PvP side of things. Not at all sure I like the mainstream type of game, but perhaps...
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    Poll: Re: The Most Logical Religion

    It may be called a belief (though IMHO not a religion) that science will answer all questions, but there's no room for revelations in science:...
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    Re: CA lack of any kind of tactical insight

    Not sure. I think the main problem may be the bottom-up approach. I don't think you can get individual units to behave together like an army unless you approach it top-down, with the AI of the larger...
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    Re: CA lack of any kind of tactical insight

    @OP.

    It's like CA believed that, after some scripted opening moves, the sum of all unit AI's actions would constitute the whole of an army's behaviour. If that's the case they've probably done a...
  19. Re: Help me downloaading rome total realism 1.9

    Well it's an ancient mod, so that can happen.
  20. Re: the iberian conflicht intro video over riding all other mods videos when those mod start

    It's been a while, but as far as I remember, intro movies only show if they're put in the main folder, with the same title as the vanilla movie. If so, the only way to have another movie shown would...
  21. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Thought it looked familiar ;)
  22. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Yay! Your turn.

    Hmm, apparently I need to rep some other people first. Will be back. Done!
  23. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v724/Muizer/untitled68_zps47009719.jpg
  24. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland, England
  25. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Could be. The building on the right seems to have a stylised seven (or nine?) armed candelabrum.
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    Argentina were a worthy finalist and they had their chances, but IMHO the best team in the competition won it. Congrats to the mannschaft.
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    He actually said it helped to study the CR penalties, even though this time they all went in a different direction. I think it was more about staying on your feet long enough to get a clue from the...
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    Agreed. The refs are more inclined to let play go on this tournament, but this was excessive.
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    Oddly, though, despite numerous interceptions, Germany was hardly ever a threat on the break. I don't think it's for a lack of trying. I's not like this German team to just defend a one goal...
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    That was an awful game to watch.
  31. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Correct! Over to you :D
  32. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    It sure is part of a theatre and it's in Valle D'Aosta. But where'd you get Saint Denis from?
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    Another great game. US gave a good account of themselves and Belgium is starting to show what we all expected from them. Fits nicely with the rest of the tournament. It seems the underdogs at the...
  34. Re: New TWR2 Book spotted, "Sword of Atilla", (dd 27-01-'15). Upcoming expansion?

    I'm afraid so. Nor can it really be rationalised as captured pieces. Without the expertise and materials for maintenance, they'd break down in no time.
  35. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v724/Muizer/Untitled65_zpsf7ed5310.jpg
  36. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Budapest on the Danube.

    Edit: It's a view towards the Buda side of town actually.
  37. Re: Who were more advanced Celts or Germanic peoples?

    That fits with what I've read. At the time of Caesar's conquests, the Gauls already had a society based on agricultural surplus, which leads to specialisation and social stratification. It's been...
  38. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    The Atlantic coast of Morocco then....
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    Suarez: "These things happen.........". :rofl2:
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    Poll: Re: World Cup 2014, Brazil

    Yes, and this "religion" has led to a couple of exceedingly competitive, and very wealthy, leagues, especially in Europe. These leagues are so competitive that national squads tend to select players...
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