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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    "Aye sir. Finally managed to get away from those damned ambassadors for once," he said with a grin. "And it's been with the blessing of God that I've just so happened to run into my sons on the way...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Micum F. McIntyre III, Secretary of Foreign Affairs, accompanied by his two sons, arrive at the reception, having unfortunately not been able to see much of the inauguration thanks to the massive...
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    Re: Sign Up Thread

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/93/MacIntyre_of_Glenoe_Arms_of_Clan_Chief.jpg/640px-MacIntyre_of_Glenoe_Arms_of_Clan_Chief.jpg

    Recent history has not been kind to the...
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    Re: [Test] The Battle of Turnhout

    I'll take a colonelcy in the Belgian militia. (Sentences you never thought you'd hear yourself saying...)
  5. Re: Early American RPG Character & Family Planning Thread

    For all of my memeing in the Discord, I think I would like to genuinely be in the Maine part of Massachusetts. I actually really like the idea of being an Acadian-American, there's a lot of...
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    Sticky: Re: Barry's Bar

    Hey Kip, missed your posts by a month or two lol. Can definitely recommend the Warhammers as very good quality games, I also personally quite like Attila for its aesthetic and survival-oriented...
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    Re: So i brought the game and.. urghh

    Something that should at least partially help in the diplomatic interactions is that major factions - that is, factions you can select and play - have large rectangular flags, while minor factions...
  8. Re: Veterans of TW, are you buying this game?

    I've been playing Total War since 2007-2008, started with Rome 1 and Medieval 2, was around for the launch of Empire and Rome II, was disillusioned by the latter up through Warhammer 2 which brought...
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    Re: About the animation of the halberd

    I'm turning up a bit late to this, but I have to say, after taking a look at it ingame, I agree with the OP - the elite Persian archer animations for using their spears, look absolutely amazing, and...
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    Re: Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia

    Really? Warhammer 1 and 2 battles last a ton longer than ones from Attila, etc for me.

    Thrones has very quick battle times, though. VERY quick. I think the longest non-siege battle I had was like...
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    Re: Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia

    Anyone holding out hope that a full-fledged War of the Roses mod will be made for ToB? It'd be a shame for such a massively detailed map of the British Isles to go to waste - think of the epic...
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    Sticky: Re: Barry's Bar

    >kip and everyone else having reunions while I'm dicking around in third year of college

    BOI IF U DONT

    Kip, you bastard, it's good to hear from you again. Also, what's this about an IH discord?...
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    Sticky: Re: NTW3 v7 SP & MP Campaign Updates

    Hey everyone, loving the mod, I'm playing 7.2. Campaign is crashing for me, going into turn 25 on France's turn. I think it has to do with them capturing Budapest. Is there any way to scavenge my...
  14. Re: Does fascism/nazism belong to the left of the political spectrum?

    Marx and Engels did say that the state was a tool of class dominance, yes, and they did argue that the state would eventually wither away, yes. But they did not call for the destruction of the state...
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    Re: Why Does This Decade Abide Fascists?

    TIL that people who hate capitalists and want to kill them en masse are acting on behalf of capitalists.

    Let me tell you, I wish the rumors about Soros paying leftists to protest were true. I...
  16. Re: Does fascism/nazism belong to the left of the political spectrum?

    Neither of these are correct. A left-wing view is that the state is the tool of whoever wields it. It can be used for oppression, it can be used for liberation; it can be used for bad, or for good....
  17. Re: Does fascism/nazism belong to the left of the political spectrum?

    No, fascism is not left wing. A race-supremacist, ultra-nationalist, corporatist movement which espouses intent to commit genocide against lesser peoples, which mass-murders communists and...
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    Re: Why Does This Decade Abide Fascists?

    Fascism is on the rise once more because neoliberalism is slowly suffocating under its own weight and the global left is still reeling from the fall of the world's first socialist state (not to...
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    Sticky: Re: Barry's Bar

    I dunno if I'd be wholly active around here for that kind of thing, might pop one or two suggestions in. Been meaning to get back into worldbuilding actually :p

    And yeah, @Dan, Ireland was a...
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    Sticky: Re: Barry's Bar

    Happy new year, folks. Figured I'd let y'all know I'm alive and everything. God damn it's been a while since I've posted here. Seems it indeed has begun to wind down though - a shame, really. But we...
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    Sticky: Re: RS2.6 questions & answers

    Um...how exactly do you set it to 16 bit? I see the option for 32 bit but no 16 :P
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    Sticky: Re: RS2.6 questions & answers

    I'll try it and report my results, thank you!
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    Sticky: Re: RS2.6 questions & answers

    I just installed the mod on my laptop and, strangely, the campaign map lags very badly. 15-20 fps. Battles run fine, and I can run M2TW and mods fine on the campaign map in those games.
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    I tried reinstalling, and...no dice.

    Guess I won't be able to play the mod, then. *sigh*

    Thanks for the help again, Gigantus, but I guess I'll just have to play something else.
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    It's not that I sorted the VirtualStore folder out, it's that there is no such folder in my computer. Checked via search, checked manually, nothing.

    Thank you for the help though, Gigantus. I'll...
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    So I should reinstall then?
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    Removing the lines or putting a # in front of them also had no effect. :\ Should I just try reinstalling...? Is there anything else that could have gone wrong?
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    Thank you for the reply, Gigantus. I've already tried changing the windowed and borderless_window values to 0, as well as adjusting the resolution, it does nothing. The game still opens in the same...
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    I don't have VirtualStore because I have the disk version of the game, not the Steam version. So I can't edit that file because it doesn't exist.

    It's with this mod only. I have THERA as well and...
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    I took a look, there's nothing to edit in that one. Nothing about it being windowed or borderless windowed. That's only in the Warhammer .cfg file, which, even after editing it, doesn't change the...
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    Anybody?
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    Re: RodG 1.5 - Easy and painfree Installation

    Install worked great for me, only problem I have is that for some reason the client is windowed + only takes up about 2/3s of my screen; the left and center of my screen are the game window, the...
  33. Re: Could the A-bombs have been dropped in unpopulated areas for the same effect?

    The Soviets did actually have forces capable of landing amphibiously. America gave them plenty of ships, including landing craft.

    In any case, the A-Bomb was unnecessary. Japan surrendered...
  34. Re: Preordered RTW2, played for an hour upon release, uninstalled it and haven't played since. Is the game worth playing at this point with or without mods?

    The Battle of Cannae video in question was from 3 or 4 months ago. IIRC they stopped patching it in mid to late 2014? I make sure specifically to watch videos of gameplay from within a few months at...
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    Re: Scourge of War: Waterloo v NTW

    Sadly I haven't. Though I've seen gameplay of it. SOW: Gettysburg is MUCH more detailed and, in my opinion, a much better and more immersive gaming experience, though it does have the tendency sadly...
  36. Re: Preordered RTW2, played for an hour upon release, uninstalled it and haven't played since. Is the game worth playing at this point with or without mods?

    Rome 1's mods - Roma Surrectum, Europa Barbarorum, etc - didn't overhaul combat, they enhanced the graphics and the map and brought new and interesting factions and units into the mix. They left...
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    Re: The historcial research thread

    Wow, that sucks. Are you planning on making the map a map of the entire United States out to the Pacific Ocean, or just up to, say, the Great Plains or the Rocky Mountains? Because if the latter, you...
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    Re: Scourge of War: Waterloo v NTW

    I've played Scourge of War: Gettysburg and I absolutely love it. If Waterloo is anything like it (which I can't imagine it not being) then Waterloo is a must-have.
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    Re: The historcial research thread

    What size do they need to be exactly? Would any of the maps here be big enough? The link at the very bottom of the page, the 6636x3556 one - surely that's helpful, at least? :P

    @Nord: Yep, as in...
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    Re: The historcial research thread

    The topic of the map actually brought up another recommendation I had, but I have no clue if it's possible for modding - I'm assuming the campaign map is some sort of height map where below a certain...
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