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    The heavy spanish soldier we see in many paintings ( from osprey to many others ) with the classic capacete/morione helm and the short halbeard ( or poleaxe ) was not rappresented in M2tw so ive decided to portrait it ( for now for aragon and later for castilla ) ... since there is no short halbeard in the game ive used the bill , that is the most similar in pratical use on the battlefield .




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    Default Re: Aragonese Heavy inf

    very nice

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    Default Re: Aragonese Heavy inf

    Indeed

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    Excellent textures and new helmets.You indeed have talent in modelling as well as texturing Fra
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    The classic capacete/morione helm is one of the coolest designs, i'd like to see it on cavalry

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    Default Re: Aragonese Heavy inf

    can the hereldary of aragon include the same colours as in MTW (1st one).
    i liked the salmon coluor in thier hereldary.
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    Default Re: Aragonese Heavy inf

    If I'm right, these units are not used in the mod since fra70 left without sending them, but I'm not sure.

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    Default Re: Aragonese Heavy inf

    Quote Originally Posted by sinople View Post
    If I'm right, these units are not used in the mod since fra70 left without sending them, but I'm not sure.
    I have the models, but I am trying to figure something out with the skin.
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    .....Thing is, that bill is an entirely unrealistic weapon in itself.

    Might I recommend you employ the poleaxe used by dismounted knights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolling Thunder View Post
    .....Thing is, that bill is an entirely unrealistic weapon in itself.

    Might I recommend you employ the poleaxe used by dismounted knights?
    I don't see that the bill is unrealistic at all, although it may not be the right weapon for this unit. The poleaxe would also not be the right weapon for this unit. I plan to use a shortened halberd for the final model. This model is about 3 years old and reflects our modeling capabilities at the time.
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