On a suggestive note; I'd like to request we get the new Family Member/Officer models implemented from BfTBII. Implementing the full campaign ala the Italian Wars and Reconquista mini-mods in previous builds I can imagine would be a lot of work. Surely not much so for just the leader models? At the least we know the Mongols need more work to pry them away from the whole Middle-Eastern-Faction thing....
how about custom settlements like u r doin for third age. i would love to see the walls of constantinople.
I remember the latest version of RR/RC had different models for diplomats, renaming them also to "Minister". My suggestion is to put them in the incoming patch and renaming diplomats to Ambassadors? Sounds more logical.
Also putting the whole RR/RC thing won't hurt, except the heavy garrison script.
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I dont suggestes only europe map. I meant it like cut everything beyond and between persian gulf - caspian sea - white sea line (including these waters), maybe south africa a bit too.
The map is maxed out. Try this if you want
I have a question. I like the music of Broken Crescent a lot. Now I wonder how do you put the music of Broken Crescent for your eastern factions like the Seljuks in stainless steel 6.4
A suggestion, I don't know if it's possible: asiatic faces for cuman & mongol generals.
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I don't know, were Turks blond?A variety of sources from different countries (such as Germany, Hungary and Russia) explain that the different names for the Cumans may all refer to the meaning 'blond', 'sallow' and 'yellow' in reference to the color of the Kumans' hair. The Russian word 'Polovtsy'(Пóловцы) means "blond", since the old Russian word "polovo" means "straw". Another explanation was given by O. Suleymenov as "men of the field, steppe" from the Russian word "pole" - open ground, field, not to be confused with "polyane" (cf. Greek "polis" - city). A third explanation of the word was also made by O. Suleymenov which stated that the name "polovtsy" came from a word for "blue-eyed," since the Serbo-Croatian word "plav" literally means "blue" The German word for Cumans was 'Folban' which also means blond.
seriously, the cuman (and I suppose, mongol as well) faces look european currently. It would be nice if they weren't.
only if there would be some portraits to replace them with...
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