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  1. Re: Skandinaviske/Skandinaviska Språk/Språken (Swedish, Danish and Norwegian)

    Jeg var ute etter originalteksten for å se hva slags latinsk ord som ble brukt i denne sammenhengen.

    Kort fortalt. For det første, det ikke-eksisterende beskrivende kildematerialet av Svenske og...
  2. Sticky: Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War Suggestion Thread

    Ye, it's pretty Sly. :tongue:
    Here are some of the few available sources that depicts warrior nobility of Sweden + Royal Huscarls. AttilaRoyal Huscarls, Total War: Attila. ...
  3. Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War: Kingdom of Jerusalem and Cyprus

    I do not want to mess with those horses used by the Poulain officer. Those teeth. D: He'll bite your face off. http://i.imgur.com/z9ycUYt.png?1Massive props for huge amount of work. ;)

    Not sure if...
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    Re: Italian States Research Thread

    @marius
    Nice images. The Cantiga image is interesting. I've can recall rumors that scale was used by both Christians and Muslims in Iberia, then again, I could be wrong. All the images, the Iberian...
  5. Sticky: Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War Screenshots and Videos Thread

    That's pretty neat. ;)

    I can't wait for the YouTube comments saying that it's a studded leather armour and that knights would actually have access to plate armour, yeah. Sigh. :3 :D


    The...
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    Re: Italian States Research Thread

    Firstly, don't mistake what I say as normative. It's not my intention to tell you what you should or shouldn't do, however, it can be beneficial to talk about facts as a basis for artistic license....
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Indeed. The epic battle of the thirty. :P

    ​~Wille
  8. Sticky: Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War Screenshots and Videos Thread

    Take a look at this helmet from an effigy of Lagman, 1331/2, Norway. :P
    http://i.imgur.com/lBli8zR.jpg?1


    http://i.imgur.com/dVDJiez.gif

    http://i.imgur.com/2QijuXj.jpg
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Doesn't do anything. I tried a ton of stuff, but didn't work. *sigh* I give up. :P

    http://www.medievalists.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/strange-medieval-battles-e1453615463746.jpg

    ~Wille
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    The killing of Darius the 3rd. I don't know, cheating by googling the image makes this feels a bit too easy to exploit. First post in this thread so excuse me if it's been brought up before, but have...
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    Re: Venetian Work Thread

    Unless there is a major city armoury with surviving accounts of items made or stored like the Tower. Compare that with muster rolls and other historical accounts of battles to match the numbers and...
  12. Re: Historical 12th century illustrations of northern Italian soldiers

    Interesting way of depicting, what I assume to be, mail hauberk... Or a surcoat made of Swiss cheese. It looks odd, am I seeing things? http://www.warfare.altervista.org/12/Modena_Archivolt-5.htm
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  13. Sticky: Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War: Campaign Map Master Thread

    3 Scandinavia edicts to reflect how the armies depend on the levy (leidang), in the form of either as a tax or muster, and the German Mercenaries. All these pros and cons can be given descriptive...
  14. Re: Kingdom of Jerusalem and Cyprus Units (In Progress)

    Ah, the details.
    Excuse me for going of on a tangent here, but it reminds me of some of the beautiful high-end soft kits I've seen.

    Frontal of Epiphany, ~mid 15th century. Silk, velvet, gold,...
  15. Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War: Despotate of Epirus

    The purple or blue color (I'm colorblind) of the cape of the Epirote Guard look really beautiful! ;)

    ~Wille
  16. Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War: "Byzantine Empire" HIGH and LATE ERA units

    The longswords of the Anglovarangoi, but also mixing them up with axes. :bounce: That is just perfect stuff right there.

    ~Wille
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    Re: Schwyz Work Thread

    Very nice choice of colors and coat of arms. They are technically just another group of men with swords, but you managed to give it a sense of diversity from other knights. ;) Thumbs up!

    ~Wille
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    Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War: MERCENARIES

    I will have to agree with Linke. There may be reasons to limit certain faction's cavalry potential, your heart is in the right place Påsan, but your reasoning doesn't sit very well. German Mercenary...
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    Sticky: Re: 2D Art Preview Thread

    Good initiative on the Mercenary and Tournament buildings. They look great fenix.

    Here is a list of suggestions for buildings. They are inspired by various medieval jobs from Nuremberg between...
  20. Re: Kingdom of Jerusalem and Cyprus Units (In Progress)

    Those dismounted knights look pretty awesome. I love the knights who use their lances on foot. Awesome. ;) One question, what will be the weakness of this faction? The roster seem to have a complete...
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    Re: Italian States Research Thread

    A couple of images I found interesting. 1320-1330 Italy, Milan. Vibrant use of colors, early bevors(?), strange helmet solutions, first knights I see using black+gold cloth and a lot of colored...
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    Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War: MERCENARIES

    *Googles Medieval slabes. Finds nothing. Looks down at the keyboard, see that b and v are located close together. Nods slowly in a confirming manner.*

    ~Wille
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    Re: Installing mod

    Hey Thyroideus. Welcome to TWCenter.

    If you're asking how to install the Medieval Kingdoms Total War mod (1212AD), then you've come to the right place. I'm not familiar with Mac, but the...
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    Re: Venetian Work Thread

    I love the variations of colours and the scull cap (those are perfect archer helmets). I would argue since archers use munition armour, that is, their gear was "mass produced", that you could even...
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    Re: Medieval Warships Research

    That's a good question. I'm not qualified to give you good answers on the subject, these are just some thoughts I got.

    1.) Probably to add flyers, smaller flags, some where down the road. We know...
  26. Sticky: Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War Suggestion Thread

    I understand what you mean. :) When we look at armour in M2TW, they're sometimes taken for granted as a singular type of protection with no variation. However, there is huge amount of variation and...
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    Re: Research Thread: Schwyz

    Early swiss halberd, as well as the online swiss museum with 1000s of objects. I've not bothered to look through it.
    ...
  28. Sticky: Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War Suggestion Thread

    Nice suggestions!Can you be a bit more specific by showing or describing examples.


    Wheel-lock pistolers, sometimes referred to as Reiter, didn't come around until 1530-40 if I remember correct....
  29. Re: The origin of the medieval Ribuld (Ribault, Organ Gun, Ribauldequin, Ribaldis, etc.)

    Speaking of the Mildenhall reference, 1345, dubious is a good word. Not only is there no mention of a connection, we have account of similar carts without guns 40 years earlier. Not to mention the 8...
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    Sticky: Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    And now it's time for you to explain the danish number system. In my opinion, the danish number system is a monstrosity along with having two variations of Norwegian (Bokmål and Nynorsk) in the...
  31. Re: 14th century Illustrations of Mamluk Costume and Soldiers

    Nice work.

    Have you ever come across one of the earliest depictions of fire arms that supposedly stem from Ayyubid area? I seem to remember a 13th century image of a handcannon and arrow...
  32. The origin of the medieval Ribuld (Ribault, Organ Gun, Ribauldequin, Ribaldis, etc.)

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/c5/4f/f6/c54ff6fa0f217798a22c5da3e462d2b3.jpghttp://www.honga.net/totalwar/images/medieval2/m2tw/unit_info/england/ne_ribault_info.png

    Organ gun,...
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    Sticky: Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    Yeah, femtenhundretallet. The thing is, nobody uses the second version. Why is that? It's the danes, isn't it?

    ~Wille
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    Re: Italian States Research Thread

    Unit suggestion. This unit is in many ways a late era or burgher version of Armed Peasants. Late game units tend to boil down to elite full plate for all factions. More more plate in general is good,...
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    Sticky: Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    When we in Norway say 15th century we mean 1500-1600. When English say it they mean 1400-1500. I assume the French way of saying it is the same as the English? What about the German way of saying...
  36. Re: How detailed memories do you have of your childhood?

    At the age of 4 I spent 2 months in Ivorian Coast.

    * Dinner included walking it home from the market. Every detail from slitting the throat, the screams, the struggle and the blood of the goat,...
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    Sticky: Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War Research Thread

    Gunpowder Post


    ABC timeline of the evoltion of gunpowder

    Roughly speaking, an evolution of gunpowder. More detail, but I can't confirm all of it:...
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    Re: Medieval Warships Research

    It's a 16th century pothund (3/4 pound, Netherlands).

    http://www.vikingsword.com/vb/attachment.php?attachmentid=122203&stc=1

    ~Wille
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    Re: Medieval Warships Research

    Cannons on ships

    The classification early artillery is fairly difficult. There is no set contemporary standard, at least up until the 16th century, where places such as England, France and Spain...
  40. Re: Medieval Kingdoms Total War: Empire of Trebizond

    I fought as Trebizond vs Aragon (Jeyger, the YTer). My sword brother was Sly (Teutonics) fighting Splooge (Serbia) in the distance. I feel as though the faction performed to my expectations. I used...
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