Great article! Think I got pulled in by Rhun as well
Nice work, son.
Interesting both for those who have yet to play their first TATW campaign and for those who know it all too well (cough) for "sentimental" reasons.
I have to say your work seems to have it's perks.
Originally Posted by Q, but written by Flinn
TATW will always be TATW the one . The problem is that after sometime of the release of TATW ,Warner Bros forbiden any merchandising of mods that would be based on LotR. Therefore any mods ,like Middel Earth TW , will have a hard life to be famous since the big youtubers will not risk playing that mod on their channels ,even if those mods are at the same level of TATW or even better .
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Great article, and it barely scratches the surface. The excitement getting more and more intense with each preview, reaching fever pitch when it was first released, and also the wave of sub mods with aspiring modders such as myself learning and making small contributions which are now part of this richly detailed mod.
Good work, sonny
Captivating style, interesting analyzis and speculations, humour but with the main draw back that we want more
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Additional Mercenary Minimod - more mercs; for TATW and DCI |Family Tree minimods - lore improvements | Remade Event Pictures - enhance cultures trough images |
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I'm glad people enjoyed it
Personally, I have to thank those who gave me the chance to be part of the Content
One word.. 'nostalgia'
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