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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by Elfhelm View Post
    I seem to remember KK discussing making 2 versions of each building for Osgiliath(one destroyed,one restored)which means almost twice the work but all the more impressive when it does arrive. Version3 tho? now that may be wishful thinking
    He might have said something about two different versions (I've heard that too but not from Kingkong)
    but he never mentioned he was working on them

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by lolIsuck View Post
    He might have said something about two different versions (I've heard that too but not from Kingkong)
    but he never mentioned he was working on them
    Right

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    could it ever be done that in certain battlefields ,far in the distant horizon,certain landamrks could be seen ? (kinna like mount doom ,or the three towers etc..maybe just creating some new custom -horizons for certain battlefields around these landmarks? what are the images in world/maps/custom used for ?)

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    KK stated, in the custom object collection thread, that he needed preferably 2 versions of Osgiliath buildings. So he never stated HE was going to make 2 osgiliaths, but that's pretty easy a guess. And we still don't know what he choose to do (if 1 or 2 cities -eastern and western-). Ruined Osgiliath is al large amout of polys, and there's the "how do I make the river" question too.
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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by el Cid View Post
    Not to mention that there are two parts of Osgiliath, so that makes 2x2=4 settlements of work?
    i think that osgiliath will be 1 big settlement, not sure though

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch-Balrog View Post
    i think that osgiliath will be 1 big settlement, not sure though
    I don't think so, this would cause gameplay problems.

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    Excellent work KK although maybe the orc settlement walls could have been jazzed up ??? a few skulls here and there maybe .. a ditch? my experiments with adding a hill ridge just inside the wall didn't work .. archers could fire great and set many a ram a-fire .. BUT any troops standing on the hill were just tooo vunerable .. plus it didn't look right .. and wasn't LORE!!!

    BTW, are these orc settlements Lore? you know what the PMS Lorers are like.

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    No words the preview it says all...Bravo.......

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Every release makes it more difficult to wait for 3.0
    Great work

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    Can I just time-travel to the release date?

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    Very good work!!!

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch-Balrog View Post
    i think that osgiliath will be 1 big settlement, not sure though
    You could include a part of east osgiliath on west osgiliath map and vise versa, but I don't think it will be one big settlement because the east bank was under the control of Mordor and the west of Gondor for quite some time

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    I've just seen in TV that KK will be the next german chancellor; he deserved it .....
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    i just jizzed all over my cant ing wait shorts.

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    guys you are amazing

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    My first post here, but I've been a long time reader of this site.

    I must continually take my hat off to the genius of all who have been involved in some way with modding, either with the releases working with King Kong, or with their own individial sub modifications, absolutely stunning work!

    The screenshots of the custom settlements also looks fantastic, in particular the work on Minas Tirith, and The Black Gates!

    Any ideas to add 'The Battle of Pelannor Fields' and the final stand off at the Black Gates in the Historical Battles section?

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    Rivendell is an piece of art!
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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    awesome work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by Our Al View Post
    My first post here, but I've been a long time reader of this site.

    I must continually take my hat off to the genius of all who have been involved in some way with modding, either with the releases working with King Kong, or with their own individial sub modifications, absolutely stunning work!

    The screenshots of the custom settlements also looks fantastic, in particular the work on Minas Tirith, and The Black Gates!

    Any ideas to add 'The Battle of Pelannor Fields' and the final stand off at the Black Gates in the Historical Battles section?
    Welcome to the forums

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    Default Re: Preview: Settlements of Middle-earth - Part III

    Quote Originally Posted by Our Al View Post
    My first post here, but I've been a long time reader of this site.

    Any ideas to add 'The Battle of Pelannor Fields' and the final stand off at the Black Gates in the Historical Battles section?
    Welcome to the forums!
    I don't know if it is possible to make a 'siege-historical battle' but if it is then there will be

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