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  1. Re: Vandalarius: The One Sword of The Romano-Gothic Empire [COMPLETED]- Updated September 16th

    Thank you all for supporting my writing over the years. I've had several requests to notify people when my book is published and that time has come. The book is set in the same time frame as Attila:...
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    Re: Total War: ROME II - Empire Divided

    You can ignore politics in Empire Divided. But you will die. Sometimes you'll get a secession/civil war likely message and by that point it's too late if you don't have the money for actions, or they...
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    Re: Total War: ROME II - Empire Divided

    This was a welcome update to the game. I've just finished a H/H campaign as Aurelian, and it took me until he was seventy years old. I didn't go into the game having high expectations, thinking that...
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    Re: Total War: ROME II - Empire Divided

    This really would have made a perfect Attila expansion. I'm not sure what to make of it. The graphics are so tame compared to what could have been done with Attila in the 3rd Century. The new...
  5. Re: Vandalarius: The One Sword of The Romano-Gothic Empire [COMPLETED]- Updated September 16th

    So here's the scoop. Photobucket has recently begun demanding 399 dollars a year for third party hosting. Which means I have to find an alternate host for the images in the AAR. It's going to be an...
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    Re: Ancient Egyptian DNA - new results

    My side of the argument wins. For all time. Now that it's settled, we can move on.
  7. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Yearly Awards 2016 - The Awards Ceremony!

    You wrote your narration behind the scenes though. You showed us all a new way of doing things, and that deserves recognition.
  8. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Yearly Awards 2016 - The Awards Ceremony!

    That was a beautiful tribute to another year, Shankbot, thank you. Congratulations to all the winners and those who competed. The announcement scroll had me chuckling this morning, Alwyn and...
  9. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTQlnmWCPgA

    This is an interesting video I found on observations Macchiavelli made about the common man and the ownership class in Medici's Florence. Should be good...
  10. Re: The Restoration of Epirus [DEI Campaign AAR]

    Congratulations on entering the MAARC. This is my type of AAR with one of my favorite factions because of their historical start in Rome II. It's really great to see Epirus on higher settings in DeI.
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    Re: Anyone ever try allying with WRE early?

    It's really easy to become their ally as the Vandals, but you need their territory to progress as a faction, making any alliance obsolete within less than a decade of game time.
  12. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    I posted an advert on Reddit, which I thought was a pretty good idea too, and to some surprise I saw the advert you had placed a year ago :P What had happened was the timing of my post was at the...
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    Re: Writers' Study Yearly Awards 2016!

    I've updated my favorite top three male characters from an AAR, as well as the authors for the nominations and correct title for the Ironborn AAR with Theon Greyjoy.
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    Re: Writers' Study Yearly Awards 2016!

    AARotY:
    Best Male Character:Theon Greyjoy 'Last, but not least.' by Mitsosan. Pakheme, 'Scourge of the Sands'. by Paladin94610. Authorius 'Fractured Eagle.' by Baozi
    Best Female Character: Rosalind...
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    Re: Writers' Study Yearly Awards 2016!

    I'm flattered by these nominations. I'm familiar with several of these tales so perhaps I can get a nomination list in by tomorrow. RL has been an obstacle recently.
  16. Congratulations to all of the winners and...

    Congratulations to all of the winners and participants, and a huge thank you to everyone who volunteered to make the awards happen. Modding keeps the community alive, and these awards drive home that...
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    Poll: Re: MAARC LXVII Vote Thread!

    Voted. Best of luck, gents. :thumbsup2
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    I'm getting the error image for mobile devices, and literally nothing for my PC.
  19. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    Does anyone know what happened to the screens and pictures from A Wolf Among Dogs, by Radzeer?
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    Re: Interesting Political Moments

    I'll have to see how this looks on the campaign map. Generally, it would appoint a regent (a generic sister or cousin) to serve as queen until your new heir could take her place. When civil war...
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    Re: MAARC LXVI - Results!

    Congratulations to the winners. And I agree that Geoffrey of Villehardouin's overlooked narrative is a new template that AARtists could use to tell a campaign story. I would highly recommend him as a...
  22. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    WB Lortano. How goes it?
  23. Re: What do you like the most about Attila Total War?

    Political actions, influence and the family tree. So much to work with.
  24. Re: Attila and going forward with future historical Total Wars

    I would add trading provinces in diplomacy to your list, as well as tribute per turn. I'd also like an option to bring children of marriages between factions over to your faction.Bringing 'Demand...
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    Re: The game is too dull just like Rome 2

    I don't find Attila to be dull. It's my favorite title, right next to Medieval II. TBH I've had a lot of fun getting the max potential out of the unmodded game and DLC and I look forward to overhaul...
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    Sticky: Re: Ancient Empires Attila, 202BC - Project Outline

    It's exists and is in this thread. It might be under spoiler tags though. EDIT: It's the very first spoiler tags in the OP
  27. Re: Way of the Bow:A Chosokabe AAR-(Updated Chapter XXXXII 30/9)

    Beautifully written chapter
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    Re: The Fall of Vienna, A Visigoth AAR.

    I enjoyed this. Sometimes in AAR writing you lose focus on the adversaries story and perspective, and since this was centered around Merenda, it made me forget that it was a Visigothic campaign. To...
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    Re: What could get Warhammer a 10/10 Score !

    I'm in disbelief: OP's favorite recent title is Shogun II due to features, yet there's almost nothing Shogun II can do that Attila can't. And as for a higher rating, I want customization for LL that...
  30. Re: Vandalarius: The One Sword of The Romano-Gothic Empire [COMPLETED]- Updated September 16th

    So there you have it. I'll be tidying up the thread, spoiler wrapping the index, making sure the chronicle is current, and finishing the cast of characters.

    Some things I could go...
  31. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    My personal favorite migration AAR was Taking Back Europe From the Timmys (Timurids) Mine was an accidental migration :P it was my second time playing and I was unprepared for the Huns (and you know,...
  32. Re: Vandalarius: The One Sword of The Romano-Gothic Empire- Updated September 14th

    EPILOGUE

    THE ONE SWORD HAS MANY BEARERS

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    Re: [IB AAR] Spite of Severus

    I just finished it, enjoyed it very much, and that was a satisfying but bleak ending. I couldn't help but feel bad for Severus, in part because we as readers are engendered to the first person. I...
  34. Re: Vandalarius: The One Sword of The Romano-Gothic Empire- Updated September 11th

    END GAME


    http://i1277.photobucket.com/albums/y485/Zaptashdrubal/Odotheus/6f9bc4ec161f88fec31d544b4bc886b0_zpswo3rhzni.jpg

    The Eagle...
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    Re: Kingdoms of the Sand

    Very well narrated- this is the first let's play I've seen that reads out like a proper AAR- you should consider a career in voice acting, book narration, or perhaps even acting.
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    Re: So many questions

    Congratulations on finishing the book. 1. the use of the story vehicle of a 'fish out of water.' works early, but if he acclimates and starts acting like the rest of the characters with some...
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    Re: Empires of Sand - Aksum

    Best DLC other than AoC for the reasons stated above. It shows that the game can stand on it's own without the Hunnic Invasion, which makes it a shame to me that a second GC map campaign was never...
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    Re: The 2010's: The Decade Democracy Died?

    I agree with all of your points, to the letter- the MSM is to blame for most of these problems, with a dim, partisan, all or nothing approach, that really benefits only the elites in the country....
  39. Re: Vandalarius: The One Sword of The Romano-Gothic Empire- Updated September 11th

    Thank you for the critique as always. I hadn't noticed that run-on with the Pyramid of Cestius until now, it's easy to get going with a first person narrative ;) I've fixed it and I really pore over...
  40. Re: Vandalarius: The One Sword of The Romano-Gothic Empire- Updated September 10th

    PORTA FONTINALIS

    VIA FLAMINIA

    AURELIAN WALLS OF ROME

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