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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    there will be both for them. A Unit limit and a long rate of replenishment.
    problem is that the game give this units as a reward. i got 2 times, 4 units of fire thrower as a reward.
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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    Well I guess your neighbors should be worried then. What other mission rewards do other nations get? If you know at this point.

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    at the moment, the normal vanilla stuff. there hasn´t been any kind of updating (it´s not that important a.t.m.), but there are typical missions, like conqeuer region X from the rebels or neutral factions, blockade port Y and recruit a priest a.s.o.
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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    Alright, cool. Honestly even the most basic version of this mod would be wonderful! Thank you for your continued work :-)

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    Most wonderful units and flags. I can't wait to bash some skull with the Romans. Great job.



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    I can't wait to use those Numeroi and Excubitores to crush my enemies! Great work TGC team!!!

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    AnthoniusII, one historical question about the tagmatic units.
    Which of them do we know for certain that they were discontinued in the 12th century, which of them, besides the obvious varangians and siphonatores we know for certain they continue to exist after the 12th century and for which are we not certain?

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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    If I remember correctly Varangians and Vestiaritai were regular foot guards, Hetaireia and Vardariots (I´m not sure if Vardariots were guard units) were regular horse guards during the 12th century.

    Also the relatives of emperors with their retainers and emperor´s retainers were mustered as guards in campaigns, but they were not the regular/permanent guard regiment.

    Edit: Also the famous Archontopouloi were the elite cavalry regiment during Alexios I Komnenos reign.
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    For French speakers, here is the almost fully translated Preview of Tagmatic Units: https://www.mundusbellicus.fr/538435...es-tagmatiques.

    I have to thanks all TGC team for all the things I have learn while reading and translating that preview. This care of details and historical respect deserve admiration above all.

    Thanks folk.

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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelduin View Post
    For French speakers, here is the almost fully translated Preview of Tagmatic Units: https://www.mundusbellicus.fr/538435...es-tagmatiques.

    I have to thanks all TGC team for all the things I have learn while reading and translating that preview. This care of details and historical respect deserve admiration above all.

    Thanks folk.
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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    AnthoniusII, in the credits part of the first post you say:
    Koultouras (model parts, 3d banners, textures, 3d heads, varangian animation modification).
    May I ask what changes have been made to the 2H axe animation?
    -In case this has been explained before, do excuse my lack of patience to go through every post in this thread.-

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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    i think it´s the combination of 2handed axe + small axe/sword +shield in the same unit. this way two animation appear at the same time in the unit, making them look fight in different style for the same time.
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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    That much I could remember, I was asking if there were changes in the animation files themselves.
    I take it the answer is no?

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    Default Re: [Preview]The Roman Empire Part II-Tagmatic Units.

    No animation changes. Everything is in the model's weapon comments and in the animation entries in bmdb.
    There are moments (in history), in which a nation owes,
    if it wants to be considered as a great one, to be able to fight.
    Even without hope of winning. Just because it has to.
    Greek War motto.
    XXI Armored Brigade. Proud that served in that unit in 1996!
    "Spartans do not ask how many (enemies are) but where they are"!
    XXI Armored Brigade's motto.
    The Greek Secret (or why they will fight again if it will be necessary or why they do not sell their history).


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