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  1. Re: Ana De Armas' spanked butt represents the might and the majesty of Rome

    In fact, Lusitanio also added generic universal traits for the wives of all the factions, so now we will be able to know our family members's wives's wealth and personality.
  2. Re: Ana De Armas' spanked butt represents the might and the majesty of Rome

    BTW, I forgot to mention that in the next version, thanks to Lusitanio, the family members' wives of the Iberian Peninsula will be a little more important. Now, we have a new trait system with...
  3. Re: Ana De Armas' spanked butt represents the might and the majesty of Rome

    Well, actually, Iberians and Celtiberians had different material culture, so we know some feminine Celtiberian jewels that differ from the Iberian ones. That said, in general terms, I guess we could...
  4. Re: Ana De Armas' spanked butt represents the might and the majesty of Rome

    OMG, I was watching that historical series when I started my degree, it was so historically inaccurate (fantasy panoplies, Greek names for the Lusitanian characters, absurd Roman behaviour...)!...
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    Re: Areuakoi traits, ancillaries and tips?

    Yes, it's by design, maybe I should re-think some of these mechanics.



    It's there for historical and replayability reasons, but actually, it is not the best choice in terms of gameplay.



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    Sticky: Re: Europa Barbarorum Bibliography

    The battlefield of Baecula (the battle of Baecula was an important and decisive Roman victory in the Second Punic War) is also very interesting and much better known:
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  7. Thread: Scutarii armor

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    Re: Scutarii armor

    It is the reenactment of some shields that appear in Iberian pottery and that, due to the differences between these shields and the common ones, it is likely that they were made by wicker or another...
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    Re: Scutarii armor

    The different Lusitanian and Celtiberian governments will play an important role in the recruitment of these units. The swordsmen will be only recruitable in the Iberian Peninsula if you establish an...
  9. Thread: Scutarii armor

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    Re: Scutarii armor

    The point is that the unit slots are finite and the engine hardcoded and bugged. We are not going to use two slots to represent the same thing. The swordsmen represent allies and auxiliaries this is...
  10. Thread: Scutarii armor

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    Re: Scutarii armor

    Similar shape and organic nature, that's how the vase of Llíria translates into the Scutarii armor.

    That could be an armour or a tunic, it is hard to say with certainty.
  11. Thread: Scutarii armor

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    Re: Scutarii armor

    I am referring to the vase of Llíria:
    https://i.postimg.cc/RVzS5GTf/vase.png

    Regarding the vase of Libisosa, the armour depicted may be a linothorax as you say, but it may also represent another...
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    Re: Scutarii armor

    The shape of the organic armour is inspired by the vase of the warriors. It is the same shape and we have just followed the modern interpretations of these Iberian armours understood as protections...
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    Re: Is Spain basically Vietnam?

    Regarding the Iberian warfare, I think that I forgot to suggest this paper that is written in English:
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    Sticky: Re: Europa Barbarorum Bibliography

    It is not easy to find quality information in English since the last historiographical points of view haven't been translated yet, and it's probable that most of the secondary sources speak about old...
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    Re: EB2, 2.35, Video AAR, Lugiones

    I don't think that the new Lusitanian governments will be ready for the next patch. Surely, they will have to wait for the following one.


    However, Celtiberians have both a unique government...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Yes, the production of units (and other projects) continue, the thing is that the EB Scribus is a bit inactive right now.
  17. Re: Rad looks at things - a thread for visual improvements

    Yes, that's the idea, but unlike in the Lusitanian and Celtiberian cases, the revamped Iberian units have not been finished yet.
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    Re: EB2, 2.35, Video AAR, Lugiones

    It is being the best AAR of EBII, great job!
  19. Re: Rad looks at things - a thread for visual improvements

    I plan to write new descriptions for them but only once we have the new units.
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    Re: Breaking The Limits (Religions limit raised to 32, will release REALLY SOON)

    I agree, great work Aura!
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    Re: Ancient Special Forces

    In the ancient Mediterranean, elephants, Cretan archers and Balearic slingers were considered valuable specialised contingents. However, I am not sure if they are actually effective in-game.


    The...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Because it was made out of perishable materials. The archaeological results of the Iberian peoples are very successful. We know more than 600 falcatas, have detailed typologies to organize several...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    You are welcome. Yes, it's the famous linothorax mentioned by Strabo, it's the best we can add to a professional unit without using the chainmail armour that was very rare and scarce in the pre-Roman...
  24. Re: Future update Carthage Questions and Suggestions

    From a purely gamey perspective, your suggestion makes sense and allow us to keep most of the Liby-Phoenicians in Africa. Definitely it's food for thought and we could consider it during the revamp...
  25. Re: Future update Carthage Questions and Suggestions

    Yeah, but Carthaginians had the hegemonic control of the area, so it also affected Carthage herself. Anyway, I have no doubts that the Punic city-states had to have some sort of military forces, for...
  26. Re: Future update Carthage Questions and Suggestions

    Yes, we want to revamp that system too.



    An alternative to represent the Punic populations that inhabited outside of Carthage and the Punic core of northern Africa may be a small pool of...
  27. Re: Future update Carthage Questions and Suggestions

    Yes, it is explained in the Carthaginian Army Composition thread: "The last time that the Sacred Band is mentioned in the written sources is during the battle against Agathocles in 310 BC. They...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Quintus is the one who can reply to your question of the stats. Regarding the other matters, these horsemen can't have iron helmets because of the only iron helmets (of La Tene typology) attested in...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    No, not exactly. In the early Celtiberian period the local elite buried themselves with costly panoplies formed by long thrusting spears and bronze cardiophylax. In EBII time frame (Middle-Late...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Nationalist history? that's a serious accusation. Nationalist point of views was a major problem during the Franco Regime in Spain. It promoted a lot of misconceptions and lack of research....
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    In this case, "Celtiberian" and "Hispano-Celtic" are just modern terms that refer to different academic concepts. All the Celtiberian peoples are Hispano-Celtic peoples but not all the Hispano-Celtic...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    As Rad says, the Montefortino helmet wasn't adopted in the Iberian Peninsula until the Barcid arrival. It's also true that the Gallaeci belong to the Hispano-Celtic group but not to the Celtiberian...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    It's the so-called "spear of dual purpose". In the Celtiberian world, it was complemented by a longer thrusting spear and used as either a traditional javelin or a thrusting spear according to the...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    I am not entirely sure how they looked like in the old version but the current ones measure about 60 cm in diameter. That was the common measurement of a caetra used by the line infantrymen although...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Actually, is a very well known typology of the Iberian belt buckles:

    https://i.postimg.cc/Z5NyxrRf/cinturon-1.png

    A few examples:

    https://i.postimg.cc/wMd6HmHB/cinturon-2.png
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    No, they will appear after the Celtiberian/Barcid reform, this is why the common Celtiberian swordsmen can also represent Celtiberian mercenaries in the early stage of the game.

    Even if they are...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    No, they are already a late version. They cannot be an early version because use both Montefortino-type helmet and thureos (these elements were introduced during the Barcid arrival and Second Punic...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    It seems that Emporion didn't play an important role in the adoption of foreign weapons in the Iberian Peninsula. The Hispano-Chalcidian helmet was adopted in Italy and then, developed in the core of...
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    Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Yes, in fact, that bronze Celtiberian helmet is known by the researchers as “Hispano-Chalcidian type helmet”. It's thought that this helmet was developed by Celtiberians linked with mercenary...
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    Re: Making unit cards with MilkShape3D and GIMP 2

    Awesome, great work! :)
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