How did you add schiltrom ability for pikemen?
Simple replacing ''phalanx'' by ''sciltrom'' in EDU didn't work, so how?
from what i have studied and read, the Scottish infantry wouldve appeared close to what your Nobles look like in the Lordship of the Isles faction, especially in the grampians, as the north east of Scotland was also gaelic among the common folk. Only nobility wouldve spoken French, but that also changed a bit when the gaelic vassals were brought into the kingdom of Scotland. Only the clan leader and his close family, i.e. sons, would wear the family surcoat. If i were to choose classes for the Kingdom of Scotland, i would have spearmen like the types you have, nobles on horse and some on foot, infantry with hand and a halves (halflang) swords in the scottish fashion (like the Nobles you have in the Isles) then the basic infantry. this mod looks awesome i cant wait til it comes out
Beautiful work Lord Hamilton and thanks for the effort going into this mod, I am looking forward to it. I just noticed William Wallace. Not sure about the dress but is it possible to give him his legendary claymore? If you plan to make his unit foot soldiers that would be nice.
The Claymore was a gaelic weapon (as in irish and highlanders) not sure the scots would have used it
The Orcs of Gundabad Erin go Bragh FROGS
When I came back to Dublin I was court marshaled in my absence and sentenced to death in my absence, so I said they could shoot me in my absence"
The Irish won an Empire
The Scots ran an Empire
The English lost an Empire
"When I told the people of Northern Ireland that I was an atheist, a woman in the audience stood up and said, 'Yes, but is it the God of the Catholics or the God of the Protestants in whom you don't believe?"
- Quentin Crisp
There is one weapon that the British cannot take away from us: we can ignore them.
- Michael Collins
They have nothing in their whole imperial arsenal that can break the spirit of one Irishman who doesn't want to be broken.
- Bobby Sands
Today 715 years ago was the battle of Stirling bridge. Looking forward to play it in WotW!
Aye, these documentaries are pretty good, I read Neil Oliver's book on it as well
I'll be going to the sites of the Battle of Harlaw and the Battle of Inverurie tomorrow, both fit to WotW