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    Sticky: Re: Europa Barbarorum Bibliography

    Pretty pretty, shiny shiny.
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  2. Re: Rad looks at things - a thread for visual improvements

    Although I should have did a better job with the pic, it will do.

    Ilergetan swordsmen are going to have big doctor bills for their left wrists in the near future.
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  3. Re: Is there any way to improve CAMPAIGN map performance, speed, and FPS?

    It's time to get a new PC, Roma.
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Now would be a good time to brighten my day with a new unit. Just sayin... :whistling
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Seems like a good time to churn out spear armed cavalry :D
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    I remember reading about the team managing to find a fix for the cavalry shield clipping issue. Is this true and if so, can we expect to see it in the next patch?
  7. Re: The War Council is hereby convened - Invasion: Britannia

    The weirdos are my priests lol. I was trying to preach the word of the Holy Light to the ice trolls :D
  8. Re: The War Council is hereby convened - Invasion: Britannia

    In a different mod, I invaded a continent with 12 full stacks. Training them, the navy required to transport them safely and the agents that helped pave the way was a huge task. Assembling them into...
  9. Re: The War Council is hereby convened - Invasion: Britannia

    This is the largest invasion in the history of TW games. No way I'm not seeing this through :D
  10. Re: Rad looks at things - a thread for visual improvements

    Eburones cavalry

    Although they have no missile attack, they do have javelins for melee.
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  11. Re: The War Council is hereby convened - Invasion: Britannia

    Has the invasion started?
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    I don't think so. They are too different in style. That being said, I am all for a new late version :D
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    What about the mail armor? I haven't seen mail in a tube and yoke pattern before.
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Yup, I love the new colors, the gear and the variety. I hope the unit card gets redone as well.
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    I might wanna check the unit closer.
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Reworked Celtiberian spearmen. I guess we will see the new swordsmen as well.
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    I like it. The original version was too heavily armored in my opinion. This one is more colorful, the shields and clothes are awesome. I am still waiting for my detailed in-game zoom test, but I...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    New Celtiberian unit looks great! Will it be available from the start?

    P.S. Once again, I gotta ask. What's with the spola style mail armor?
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    Re: Roman FMs and their hatred for games/races

    I have played a shortish Roman campaign (200-300 turns, methinks) and none of my FMs actually liked the games/races.
  20. Re: What are your tactics/strategies when fighting the Romans?

    That is dishonorabru!

    I do that every time I get a chance to.
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    Sticky: Re: Announcement: Europa Barbarorum II 2.35 released!

    Well, some people mature faster than others, I guess :)
  22. Re: Rad looks at things - a thread for visual improvements

    The mail armor on the late Illergete Spearmen is very interesting. Instead of a shirt with an extra layer on the shoulders, it appears to be mail version of the tube and yoke armor.

    What was it...
  23. Re: Professional Armies vs Warrior Aristocracies vs Military Levies

    As far as I know, from some time after the Norman conquest and through the middle ages. The law could still be in effect today unless someone bothered to abolish it.



    It really depends on...
  24. Re: Professional Armies vs Warrior Aristocracies vs Military Levies

    There is nothing to apologize for, mate :D
    To me, the greatest advantage of professional troops isn't increased combat effectiveness, it's availability. Their primary duty is to fight. They are...
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    Not necessarily. Campaign or no campaign, they would have good equipment and a lot of training. Some would choose to stay on campaign for longer periods out of personal interest. I just wanted to...
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    I am going to argue against that, at least when it comes to the middle ages. For example, a knight in England was only obliged to do military service 40 days per year. 40 days out of 365 days. That's...
  27. Re: What are your tactics/strategies when fighting the Romans?

    Shoot them up, then charge them from the flanks and center. Destroy their cavalry first if you can. I disagree with nvm - Roman cavalry is decent.
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    Re: Iberian Linen armor

    Without going into the history of it, I'll tell you this. It's dirt cheap compared to metal armor and your grandma can make it.
  29. Re: Professional Armies vs Warrior Aristocracies vs Military Levies

    Professional - engaged in a specified activity as one's main paid occupation rather than as an amateur.

    Levies aren't professionals. Their primary job is to produce goods and services....
  30. Re: The War Council is hereby convened - Invasion: Britannia

    In my 2.35 campaigns, Gauls is a battleground for Rome, Sweboz, Pritanoi and the Celtiberians. Aedui and Arverni can't catch a break.
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Give us the late Illergete Spearmen and there won't be trouble!
  32. Re: Professional Armies vs Warrior Aristocracies vs Military Levies

    The Romans are a good example because more people are familiar with their military. That being said, the 180 degree switcheroo the Macedonians did is a great example.
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    Most of us probably do overestimate the fighting capability of the ancient pros, in varying degrees. I believe that all other things being equal, a professional force would rout a levy force of the...
  34. Re: The War Council is hereby convened - Invasion: Britannia

    I did something similar in Warcraft total war, it took a month. You have it worse, though - the British Isles are a lot smaller than Northrend.

    I'm not sure you have enough troops, honestly. Looks...
  35. Re: Professional Armies vs Warrior Aristocracies vs Military Levies

    The topics of the subject are the advantages and disadvantages of various military systems. One of the possible disadvantages of a professional fighting force in the hellenistic period is that they...
  36. Re: Professional Armies vs Warrior Aristocracies vs Military Levies

    They were supposed to fight for and be loyal to the People and the Senate of Rome, not the individual generals that paid them. That's the trouble.
    Today, the state pays the army, as it should.
  37. Re: Professional Armies vs Warrior Aristocracies vs Military Levies

    Again, missing the point. There is not one post that states that professional soldiers are less organised/disciplined/effective. Roman professional soldiers were loyal... to the people that paid them.
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    The loyalty of the army. The professional soldiers of Rome were not loyal to the state of Rome, but to the individuals that paid them.
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    You're missing the point. The state made the mistake of refusing to pay for those soldiers. Private individuals stepped up and took those costs on themselves. They took the responsibility of...
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    The Romans did not have a professional army until the end of the 2nd century BC (roughly speaking). The fact that Rome paid soldiers while they were on campaign does not change that. It can only be...
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