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    Quote Originally Posted by paulus View Post
    A few guesses, here and at the .org, have been--how might I put it?--"close-ish"
    Very secretive arent you paulus Give us people a clue maby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulus View Post
    A few guesses, here and at the .org, have been--how might I put it?--"close-ish"
    Indeed, it's quite dissapointing especially when you hear things like:
    "Levy spearmen"

  3. #263

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    Chatti Spearmen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brymht View Post
    Chatti Spearmen?
    No. Someone at the .org said the same thing (sort off).

  5. #265

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    I'm at a loss. Some kind of unit which uses clearly Germanic spears but celtic incluenced shields.... and not alpine or Helvenit or Chatti...

    New unit maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brymht View Post
    I'm at a loss. Some kind of unit which uses clearly Germanic spears but celtic incluenced shields.... and not alpine or Helvenit or Chatti...

    New unit maybe?
    Bingo! That's all i have to say from now on.

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    When you said "LaTene shield designs" you talked about the shape or the patterns? Cause I talked about the patterns.

    I think they are the Druhtiz Habukisku of EB1.
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    I will be mad... They used the Thorsberg cloak no? Thus they are the Druhtiz Habukisku or the Druhtiz Skandzisku, no?

    I want a stool and a rope... lol.
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    Y'all are making good observations, but mark, Genava, what Tux said in post 266

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    Finished two indian models, turbans, knots and all you can ask for.~Tux

    an indian faction
    When a nation forgets her skill in war, when her religion becomes a mockery, when the whole nation becomes a nation of money-grabbers, then the wild tribes, the barbarians drive in... Who will our invaders be? From whence will they come?”
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    Quote Originally Posted by clone View Post
    Finished two indian models, turbans, knots and all you can ask for.~Tux

    an indian faction
    No, clone. You already know that.

    3/4 of all the units for the first full release are done it seems, including 2 Indian regionals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediolanicus View Post
    No, clone. You already know that.

    3/4 of all the units for the first full release are done it seems, including 2 Indian regionals!
    when they say first release they mean gaza campaign
    When a nation forgets her skill in war, when her religion becomes a mockery, when the whole nation becomes a nation of money-grabbers, then the wild tribes, the barbarians drive in... Who will our invaders be? From whence will they come?”
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    Quote Originally Posted by clone View Post
    when they say first release they mean gaza campaign
    When we say first release we mean first relase and not the gaza campaign. That campaign we'll simply be a demo that'll introduce you to eb2 until the main release arrives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clone View Post
    when they say first release they mean gaza campaign
    The EB team sometimes speaks in riddles, but when they say A, you can be sure it is A, and not B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediolanicus View Post
    The EB team sometimes speaks in riddles, but when they say A, you can be sure it is A, and not B.
    I often say 'C' though. Alin usually keeps it with 'A', but a few times I've witnessed him saying 'ć' instead. Paullus always speaks the truth however. Abou just likes animals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moros View Post
    I often say 'C' though. Alin usually keeps it with 'A', but a few times I've witnessed him saying 'ć' instead. Paullus always speaks the truth however. Abou just likes animals.
    My point exactly.

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    Well, if you know what you're doing, they tend to put up the least resistance. You'd be surprised what you can do with a just a tail jack on a cow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abou View Post
    Well, if you know what you're doing, they tend to put up the least resistance. You'd be surprised what you can do with a just a tail jack on a cow.
    That's very interesting, you need to tell me all about it.

    The only things I learned from working with animals are:
    Don't get close to the tigers especially with you back turned towards them.
    Monkeys steal and grab everything they can, but the more intelligent ones (such as Chimps) do make exchange deals. That and they can pull out fingers and well they bite.
    Turtles can bite.
    Badgers can bite.
    Foxes don't usually bite, but can carry deadly parasite worm eggs.
    Minks can bite.
    Raccoons kill Rottweilers. And well they can bite.
    If it can't bite, it probably can peck, strangle, sting or scratch nasty.
    If it's not dangerous it dies itself, because of stress.

    If none of the above are applicable it's a pet.

    I tell you working in an animal rescuecenter is very educative.


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    I thought you were a beer master at a pub...
    And you forgot giant centipedes in that list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moros View Post
    That's very interesting, you need to tell me all about it.

    The only things I learned from working with animals are: [...]
    Blue Tits have a nasty bite for their size as well.
    Blackbirds tend to lose a lot of feathers. They also defecate on your table.
    Starlings are nasty and very noisy if you need to treat them.
    Peregrines of all ages have incredibly large talons.
    A great way of testing your veterinarian is having him/her handle a frightened cat. Mine slaughtered an inexperienced vet...

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