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    Default KLAssurbanipal - UNITS for Rome 1 & mods - new skins & models --- UPDATED: 7.12.2017 ---

    EDIT, MAY 14th 2016







    There is the last pack of my all units for Rome 1. Units are historical (ancient, medieval) and mythological.


    DOWNLOAD: http://www.twcenter.net/forums/downl...o=file&id=4142



    There are 165 units (models & textures) from 2005-2014.

    Thank you friends!




    PREVIEW


    Some units of KLA's Gold Edition I (2005-2007) - 115 units:









    Preview of KLA's Gold Edition II (2008-2014) - 50 units:


    HELLENISTIC ARMIES





    Hoplites







    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Macedonian Hetairoi





    Seleucid Cataphract





    Herodian Horse Archer





    King Phyrrus





    Macedonian Hypaspist





    Bactrian Hypaspist





    Seleucid Hypaspist





    Seleucid Romanized Infantry v.1





    Seleucid Romanized Infantry v.2a





    Seleucid Romanized Infantry v.2b







    AMAZONS







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    Amazon Militia Hoplite





    Amazon Hoplite





    Amazon Elite Hoplite





    Amazon Guard





    Amazon Light Archer





    Amazon Archer





    Amazon Elite Archer





    Amazon Guard Archer





    Amazon Libyan Archer





    Valkyrie







    CELTIC WARRIORS







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    Celtic Spearman





    Celtic Elite Spearman v.1





    Celtic Elite Spearman v.2





    Celtic Swordsman





    Celtic Elite Swordsman v.1





    Celtic Elite Swordsman v.2







    BRONZE AGE WARRIORS







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    Sumerian Guard Spearman





    Egyptian Elite Spearman





    Egyptian Elite Swordsman





    Egyptian Pharaoh





    Priest of Anubis





    Priest of Seth







    KNIGHTS (11th-12th centuries)








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    French Knight





    English Knight





    Polish Knight





    Teutonic Knight





    Norman Knight







    GLADIATORS







    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Gladiator Samnite





    Gladiator Thracian v.1





    Gladiator Thracian v.2





    Gladiator Secutor





    Gladiator Myrmillo







    GERMANS







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    Suebi Berserker





    Saxon Elite Swordsman





    Viking Elite Spearman





    Viking Elite Swordsman





    Viking Warlord





    Viking Mythological Warrior


















    INTRODUCTION WRITING by florin80

    How to install the units.

    Note: I will use the Athenian Late Hoplite as example.
    Note#2: this install instructions refer to the text files from vanilla RTW v1.5. In general it is the same with mods too, but some of them change the path where they have the graphic or even text files installed. Other then that, the same rules apply.
    Note#3: this guide will tell you how to install the units using as example one of them. It is not a guide that contains the needed text for each and every unit in the pack. It is supposed to teach you how to do that so you`ll be able to do it on your own later.

    Table of contents:

    I.Decompress the pack--------------------------------- -------------------- page 1
    II.Placing the units in the right location----------------------------------- page 1
    III.Editing the text files---------------------------------------------starts on page 2
    • Editing export_units------------------------------------------page 2
    • Editing export_descr_unit_enums--------------------------page 3
    • Editing export_descr_unit-----------------------------------page 3
    • Editing descr_model_battle---------------------------------page 5
    • Editing export_descr_buildings----------------------------page 6

    IV.Making units available only in certain regions------------------------ page 8
    V.Making units recruitable only after the reforms----------------------- page 8
    VI.Making sprites for the units---------------------------------------------- page 9
    VII.Adding sounds for the new added units-------------------------------- page 10
    VIII.Adding the unit cards----------------------------------------------------- page 11





    I. Decompress the pack
    It`s a rar archive. You will notice that inside all the units have their own folder named after them and there is also a unit card folder that has the unit card for all of them.

    II. Placing the unit files in the right location
    You will notice that in the folder for the Athenian Late Hoplite there are 3 files. One is a JPG picture of it. That has is just for show, it has nothing to do with the install. The other two are:
    Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas
    Athenian_Hoplite_Late.tga.dds

    The .cas one is the model, the 3d part of the unit.
    The .tga.dds one is the texture, the 2d part that covers the model and is responsible for the colors, face and so one.

    You need to place the .cas file in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data/models_unit

    The .tga.dds file you need to place in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data/models_unit/textures
    Note: the texture folder do not exist there by default so you will have to create a new folder named textures inside Rome – Total War/data/models_unit



    III. Editing the text files
    The files being placed in their right location you need to edit the following text files:

    Export_descr_unit - it is the one where the unit stats are mentioned
    Export_descr_unit_enums - link the unit to the description and unit cards
    Descr_model_battle – the file where the graphic aspect(texture, model and sprites) is defined
    Export_units - the file where the unit description is.
    Export_descr_buildings - the file where you make the unit recruitable.


    Editing export_units

    The file is located here:
    Rome – Total War/data/text
    It is a text file that you can open with notepad. This goes for all the other ones too.

    If you want to modify one of the existing units do a search in the file for the name that the unit has in game. For example hoplites. You will find this entry:

    {greek_hoplite} Hoplites

    {greek_hoplite_descr}
    Hardy\nSapping Ability\nCan Form Phalanx\n\nThe basis of nearly all military power in Greece once revolved around the hoplite. {...snip…}which doubles as a weapon if the pike shaft breaks.

    {greek_hoplite_descr_short}
    Hoplites are well equipped infantry that are most effective in the formidable, if slightly inflexible, phalanx formation.

    ----------------

    Now, the one in blue is the name that appears in game. It has little relevance and as the description text it is cosmetic and you can change it to whatever you want. Don`t make it too long though or it will look bad in recruiting panels.
    The ones in red are the lines that matter. They link the unit to its description and the unit cards. If you are simple modifying an existing unit you should leave those alone as they do not show up in game anyway.
    If you want to add a unit without replacing an existing one you should copy the whole text as it is bellow and place it at the end of the text file. Then it is important that you modify the red lines if you want the new unit to have a new description and new unit cards. For example:

    {athenian_hoplite_late} Late Athenian Hoplites

    {athenian_hoplite_late_descr}
    Hardy\nSapping Ability\nCan Form Phalanx\n\nThe basis of nearly all military power in Greece once revolved around the hoplite. {...snip…}which doubles as a weapon if the pike shaft breaks.

    {athenian_hoplite_late _ descr _short}
    Hoplites are well equipped infantry that are most effective in the formidable, if slightly inflexible, phalanx formation.

    ----------------


    Note that you should not remove the existing brackets and the second line should end in _descr and the third in _descr_short
    The text that fallows after the brackets with the _descr part is the text that appears when you right click the unit and you get the unit panel.
    The text that fallows after the brackets with the _descr_short part is the short text that appears when you put your mouse on the unit in recruiting panels for example.




    Editing Export_descr_unit_enums
    Those red lines from export_units you need to place in the file export_descr_unit_enums.
    The file is in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data
    Open it and at the end of the file add this according to our example:

    athenian_hoplite_late
    athenian_hoplite_late _descr
    athenian_hoplite_late _descr_short

    You need to leave one empty line between the previous group and the new one.

    Editing export_descr_unit
    The file is in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data
    This is where the unit stats are designated and a number of other things that relate to other text files. To change the unit stats you can consult the explanations at the beginning of the file. They tell you what those numbers stand for.
    Now, to include a new unit you can use one of the already existing entries there. For example the one for the RTW greek hoplite since it is a similar unit. To find it you need to do a search for what was in the brackets in export_units. For example:
    {greek_hoplite} Hoplites

    You will find this entry:

    type greek hoplite
    dictionary greek_hoplite ; Hoplites
    category infantry
    class spearmen
    voice_type Medium_1
    soldier greek_hoplite, 40, 0, 1
    attributes sea_faring, hide_forest, can_sap
    formation 1, 1, 2, 2, 5, square, phalanx
    stat_health 1, 0
    stat_pri 7, 3, no, 0, 0, melee, simple, piercing, spear, 25 ,1
    stat_pri_attr spear, spear_bonus_8
    stat_sec 5, 2, no, 0, 0, melee, simple, piercing, sword, 25 ,1
    stat_sec_attr no
    stat_pri_armour 6, 5, 5, leather
    stat_sec_armour 0, 0, flesh
    stat_heat 3
    stat_ground 2, 0, 0, 0
    stat_mental 4, normal, highly_trained
    stat_charge_dist 30
    stat_fire_delay 0
    stat_food 60, 300
    stat_cost 1, 440, 170, 50, 70, 440
    ownership greek_cities, slave

    Copy all this and place it at the end of the file leaving two empty lines between it and the previous one.
    Now, you will need to change a few things for the new unit. These are the necessary ones. The stats you can change as you want later.

    First of all you need to change the entry`s title because you can`t have two entries named the same or you will get a CTD. So change this part:
    type greek hoplite
    to this:
    type athenian late hoplite

    Secondly, if you need to change the unit`s dictionary entry(the one that links to export_units). Change this line:
    dictionary greek_hoplite ; Hoplites
    to this:
    dictionary athenian_late_hoplite ; Hoplites

    Note: the sign ; is used to hide what follows after it from the game`s engine. So Hoplites in the example above will not be read. This means that you can change that to Athenian Hoplites or whatever, but you can just leave it as it is.

    Thirdly you need to change the unit`s aspect. Better said the entry that links to descr_model_battle. So change this line:
    soldier greek_hoplite, 40, 0, 1
    to this:
    soldier athenian_late_hoplite, 40, 0, 1

    Now, if you want to give the unit to another country you need to edit the ownership:
    ownership greek_cities, slave
    Currently it is being recruited by the greek cities and the rebels. Here is a list of the factions`s internal names which you can add there in the format shown.
    romans_julii
    romans_brutii
    romans_scipii
    romans_senate
    egypt
    seleucid
    carthage
    parthia
    gauls
    germans
    britons
    greek_cities
    macedon
    pontus
    armenia
    dacia
    numidia
    scythia
    spain
    thrace
    slave

    I presume they are self explanatory.

    Editing Descr_model_battle.

    This is where you define what graphics the unit will use. The file is located in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data
    To add a new unit you can copy and then modify one of the existing entries. Again, it is handy to use the entry for the RTW greek hoplite as you did in export_descr_unit.
    So, open the file and do a search for what was in export_descr_unit next to the soldier entry. For example:
    soldier greek_hoplite, 40, 0, 1
    You will find this entry:
    type greek_hoplite
    skeleton fs_spearman, fs_swordsman ; combat spear
    indiv_range 40
    texture slave, data/models_unit/textures/unit_greek_hoplite_slave.tga
    texture greek_cities, data/models_unit/textures/unit_greek_hoplite_greek.tga
    model_flexi data/models_unit/unit_greek_hoplite_high.cas, 15
    model_flexi data/models_unit/unit_greek_hoplite_med.cas, 30
    model_flexi data/models_unit/unit_greek_hoplite_low.cas, 40
    model_flexi data/models_unit/unit_greek_hoplite_lowest.cas, max
    model_sprite slave, 60.0, data/sprites/slave_greek_hoplite_sprite.spr
    model_sprite greek_cities, 60.0, data/sprites/greek_cities_greek_hoplite_sprite.spr
    model_tri 400, 0.5f, 0.5f, 0.5f

    The texture entry is where you designate the texture used. Namely
    Athenian_Hoplite_Late.tga.dds
    In our example. The textures are designated based on faction ownership(with a special mention for mercenaries that will be made bellow). So, you need to have the wanted faction set in the unit ownership in export_descr_unit and again, here, in front of the texture.
    The model (model_flexi) is not designated based on faction and will be used by all of them on this entry. So, while you can have different textures for each faction(different colors and such in game) you will only have one model. The model is in our example:
    Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas
    The sprites (model_sprite) are the 2d images that you see when you zoom out from the unit. They replace the image of the 3d model so as to increase performance in game. The units in this pack do not have sprites, but I`ll show you bellow how to make them. It`s a fairly easy process.

    You will notice that those lines contain the path for the files and some other stats. You need to leave those alone and just change the name of the graphic files. Like this:

    type athenian_late_hoplite
    skeleton fs_spearman, fs_swordsman ; combat spear
    indiv_range 40
    texture slave, data/models_unit/textures/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.tga
    texture greek_cities, data/models_unit/textures/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.tga
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, 15
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, 30
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, 40
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, max
    model_sprite slave, 60.0, data/sprites/athenian_late_hoplite_sprite.scr
    model_sprite greek_cities, 60.0, data/sprites/athenian_late_hoplite_sprite.scr
    model_tri 400, 0.5f, 0.5f, 0.5f

    Note that I have changed the title of the entry(to athenian_late_hoplite) so that it will match with the soldier entry in export_descr_unit. As in export_descr_unit you can not have more then one entry with the same name.
    Also, note that for the entry of the texture you need to not mention the .dds that is at the end in the name of the graphic file or it will CTD. It needs to end in .tga as in the example above.

    The changing of the sprites I will explain bellow.


    Editing Export_descr_buildings

    This file is where you make the units recruitable by the desired faction from the desired building. You can also define a specific region for a unit so that it will only be available for recruitment there. This I will show you in a chapter bellow.
    The file in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data
    If you`ve just replaced one of the already existing units then you can leave this file as it is and you`ll have that unit recruitable as it was before. If you have added a new unit then you will need to add recruiting lines for it. Open the file. You will see that you have a line that looks like this:
    levels governors_house governors_villa governors_palace proconsuls_palace imperial_palace
    Those are all the government buildings as they are upgraded and then you will have them detailed with the basic units they allow. If you want your unit to be recruited form the government buildings you can add it here, but in vanilla these were only for the peasant units. For a hoplite you need to go to the barracks. These are the levels:
    levels muster_field militia_barracks city_barracks army_barracks royal_barracks
    You will need to add your unit under the ones where you want it to be available. One thing first. The line above is the order in which they are upgraded. So, if you add your unit to be available with the second level of barracks be sure to add it to the following levels too or it will disappear once you have upgraded your barracks. In this case you can use the example of the RTW greek hoplites:
    militia_barracks requires factions { barbarian, carthaginian, eastern, parthia, egyptian, greek, roman, }
    {
    capability
    {
    recruit "carthaginian city militia" 0 requires factions { spain, }
    recruit "carthaginian infantry" 0 requires factions { spain, }
    recruit "barb infantry briton" 0 requires factions { britons, }
    recruit "barb infantry dacian" 0 requires factions { dacia, }
    recruit "barb infantry gaul" 0 requires factions { gauls, }
    recruit "warband spear german" 0 requires factions { germans, }
    recruit "barb horse archers scythian" 0 requires factions { scythia, }
    recruit "warband sword briton" 0 requires factions { britons, }
    recruit "warband sword gaul" 0 requires factions { gauls, }
    recruit "warband axe german" 0 requires factions { germans, }
    recruit "warband axe scythian" 0 requires factions { scythia, }
    recruit "warband falx dacian" 0 requires factions { dacia, }
    recruit "carthaginian city militia" 0 requires factions { carthage, }
    recruit "numidian javelinmen" 0 requires factions { numidia, }
    recruit "carthaginian infantry" 0 requires factions { carthage, }
    recruit "numidian desert warriors" 0 requires factions { numidia, }
    recruit "east hillmen" 0 requires factions { eastern, }
    recruit "east infantry" 0 requires factions { eastern, }
    recruit "egyptian nubian spearmen" 0 requires factions { egyptian, }
    recruit "egyptian nile infantry" 0 requires factions { egyptian, }
    recruit "greek hoplite militia" 0 requires factions { greek, }
    recruit "greek levy pikemen" 0 requires factions { seleucid, macedon, }
    recruit "warband falx thracian" 0 requires factions { thrace, }
    recruit "greek hoplite" 0 requires factions { greek_cities, }
    recruit "roman city militia" 0 requires factions { roman, }
    recruit "roman hastati" 0 requires factions { roman, } and not marian_reforms
    recruit "roman infantry auxillia" 0 requires factions { roman, } and marian_reforms
    }
    So, you just copy this line and add it under it. You then adjust it with the new unit` name so it will look like this:

    recruit "athenian late hoplite" 0 requires factions { greek_cities, }

    Place this under the line for the greek hoplite.

    Note:
    athenian late hoplite is the one the type entry from export_descr_unit has.
    0 stands for the experience with which the unit is recruited. If you want it to be recruited with experience you can increase that.
    greek_cities is the faction ownership. The faction that can recruit this unit. You can add more then one, but be sure not to lose that comma after the name.



    IV. Making the units available only in certain regions

    Since some of these hoplites are specific to a region you can make them available only there so you won`t be able to recruit athenian hoplites in Sparta or vice versa. It is relatively simple.
    Open the text file export_descr_buildings. You will find this line at the beginning:
    hidden_resources spartaromeitaly
    Sparta, rome and italy are hidden resources. They are linked with the regions in another text file. For our example, you will need to add a resource unique for the Athens, regions Attica in game. SO add unit_athen (it can be any other name, but if you use more then one word you can`t have space between them so you wither merge the words or link them with a _ ) after that list so it will look like this:
    hidden_resources spartaromeitaly unit_athen
    Now, you need to make the unit recruitable based on this resource. So edit all the recruiting lines you made for it so it will end with this:
    recruit "athenian late hoplite" 0 requires factions { greek_cities, } and hidden_resource unit_athen
    Note there is an empty space before the red part.
    Now you need to open the file descr_regions from this location:
    Rome – Total War/data/world/map/base
    Then search for Athens. You will find this entry:
    Attica
    Athens
    macedon
    Athenians
    58 177 106
    silver, iron, olive_oil, slaves, dogs, pigs
    5
    9
    The silver, iron and so one are the resources. You need to add the new hidden resource at the end of this line so it will look like this:
    silver, iron, olive_oil, slaves, dogs, pigs, unit_athen
    That is about it. Now the unit will only be recruitable in Athens.
    Note: in some mods the names you see in game for the regions are not the exact same ones as in descr_regions. That is because they have changes the description name, but not the internal name for the game(the one that appears in descr_regions). So, if you have doubts about this you can do a search in the file:
    imperial_campaign_regions_and_settlement_names
    It is in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data/text
    The names outside the brackets are the ones that appear in game. The ones inside the brackets are the internal names and the ones you can then search in descr_regions.

    V.Making the unit available for recruitment only after the marian reforms
    Because you can have two versions of the same unit(early and late) you can make them available in turn, before and then after the marian reforms. For example you make the regular athenian hoplite recruitable before the reforms and the late athenian hoplite will then replace it after the reform.
    For this you need to edit the export_descr_buildings again. Modify the recruiting line so it will look like this:
    recruit "athenian late hoplite" 0 requires factions { greek_cities, } and marian_reforms and hidden_resource unit_athen
    The previous line will make the unit available only after the reforms. If you want it available only before the reforms make it like this:
    recruit "athenian late hoplite" 0 requires factions { greek_cities, } and not marian_reforms and hidden_resource unit_athen



    VI. Making sprites for the units.
    • make a folder named sprites in this location:

    Rome – Total War/data
    2. make a text file(use notepad for example) and save it with the name sprite_script
    Place it in the folder where you have the game`s exe. For example in:
    Rome – Total War
    3.in the text file you`ve just done you need to insert the command for the game to create the sprites. The rules are:
    -for an infantry unit you need to write the title of its descr_model_battle entry followed by an empty space and then the name of the faction`s ownership(you need to do that for all the factions that have textures on that entry if the textures are different). In our example:
    athenian_late_hoplite greek_cities
    -for a cavalry unit you need to add the name of its mount after the ownership. This you can get from the unit`s entry in export_descr_unit. If it is a cavalry unit it will have a line for mount under the one for soldier, looking like this:
    mount heavy horse
    So, presuming that our athenian hoplite would be a cavalry unit using that heavy horse you would need to enter this command:
    athenian_late_hoplite greek_cities heavy horse
    -if your unit is on a mount, but it is standing down(for example the driver of the chariot or the elephant crew) you need to replace the mount reference from above with the entry sprite_root

    You can add more then one of these commands in the sprite script, but how many it will be able to support depends on the capacity of your PC. I suggest you don`t insert too many.

    4.After you have added the commands in the script and saved it you have to modify the target of the game`s icon. For this you obviously need to have a shortcut on your desktop for the game`s exe. To modify it. Right click on the icon. Select Properties. Modify the text in the target so that it will end with this command: -sprite_script
    So it should end like this(with an empty space betwen the original text and the command):
    RomeTW.exe" -sprite_script
    5.Now start the game using this desktop shorcut and wait. The game will start, but it will not advance past the Loading screen. After a few moments depeding on how many commands you ahve entered it will revert back to the desktop and you will find the sprites all done in the newly created sprites folder.
    6.Now, you will notice that the sprites are in the format .tga
    You will need to convert them to .dds
    For this you can use a free soft called ddsconverter that you can find in the downloading section of twc. After you have converted them to .dds you need to rename the files so that they end in .tga.dds and not just .dds. This is the format the vanilla had. Example:
    athenian_late_hoplite_sprite_000.tga.dds
    athenian_late_hoplite_sprite_001.tga.dds
    athenian_late_hoplite_sprite_002.tga.dds
    7.You will notice that one of the files the game has created ends in .scr
    This is the one you will mention in descr_model_battle and the rest will be referred to by name association with this one. So you need to mention this file(in our example):
    athenian_late_hoplite_sprite.scr
    in descr_model_battle like this:

    type athenian_late_hoplite
    skeleton fs_spearman, fs_swordsman ; combat spear
    indiv_range 40
    texture slave, data/models_unit/textures/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.tga
    texture greek_cities, data/models_unit/textures/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.tga
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, 15
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, 30
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, 40
    model_flexi data/models_unit/Athenian_Hoplite_Late.cas, max
    model_sprite slave, 60.0, data/sprites/athenian_late_hoplite_sprite.scr
    model_sprite greek_cities, 60.0, data/sprites/athenian_late_hoplite_sprite.scr
    model_tri 400, 0.5f, 0.5f, 0.5f


    VII. Adding sounds for the new units.

    If you`ve only replaced on of the existing units it will take that units voice, but if you add a new unit(meaning a new unit entry in export_descr_unit) the unit will be silent when you click it. To give it a voice you need to edit some text files. Open the file
    Export_descr_sounds_unit_voice
    It is in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data
    Now, the easiest way is to use an already existing entry and add the new unit name to it. For example the RTW greek hoplite.
    (Note: the units are referred to in this file by the type name they have in export_descr_unit)
    So, do a search for greek hoplite and you will find this entry:

    unit greek hoplite
    event
    folder data/sounds/Voice/Human/Localized/Battle_Map
    Greek_General_1_name_greek_hoplite_1.wav
    folder data/sounds/Voice/Human/Localized/Battle_Map
    Greek_General_1_name_greek_hoplite_2.wav
    folder data/sounds/Voice/Human/Localized/Battle_Map
    Greek_General_1_name_greek_hoplite_3.wav
    group
    end

    Now add the new unit`s name like so:

    unit greek hoplite, athenian late hoplite
    event
    folder data/sounds/Voice/Human/Localized/Battle_Map
    Greek_General_1_name_greek_hoplite_1.wav
    folder data/sounds/Voice/Human/Localized/Battle_Map
    Greek_General_1_name_greek_hoplite_2.wav
    folder data/sounds/Voice/Human/Localized/Battle_Map
    Greek_General_1_name_greek_hoplite_3.wav
    group
    end

    The unit will now have the voice and give the reply of the RTW greek hoplites. If you want to mix those remarks or to insert custom made sound it is a bit more complicated so I recommend you read a tutorial that is dedicated to that.

    Now, you may also want to edit these two files:
    Descry_sounds_units_celebrate
    Descr_sounds_units_charge
    They are in this location:
    Rome – Total War/data
    It is fairly easy to add the unit here. Open each file and you`ll see that the units are grouped based on their culture. So in our example just add the unit name from export_descr_unit in the greek section:
    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
    ;;;;;;;;;;; GREEK
    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

    After the last entry there. In RTW v1.5 that should be
    , cheat oliphants

    This goes for both files.

    VIII.Adding the unit cards.

    In the pack there is a folder called Unit cards. You have the unit cards for all the units in there. You only need to implement them.
    • create a folder named UI in this location:

    Rome – Total War/data
    • inside this new folder you need to create two new folders named

    UNIT_INFO
    UNITS
    So you will end up with two paths looking like so:
    Rome – Total War\data\UI\UNIT_INFO
    Rome – Total War\data\UI\UNITS

    • Now, you don`t just add the files in these two folders. All the unit card files need to be inside a folder that is named after the faction that uses the unit. So, in our example they need to be placed in a GREEK_CITIES folder. This should be created inside both the UNITS and the UNITS_INFO folders. You will then have two paths that look like this:

    Rome – Total War\data\UI\UNIT_INFO\GREEK_CITIES
    Rome – Total War\data\UI\UNITS\GREEK_CITIES

    The files that start with # should go in the folder UNITS.
    And the rest of the files, the ones that end in _INFO.tga, should go in UNITS_INFO.

    One thing you need to be careful. These graphic files are linked to the text file via their name. So they have to have exactly the name from the first brackets in export_units. To remind you in export_units we had:

    {athenian_hoplite_late} Late Athenian Hoplites

    So the two graphic files should be named according with this example as:

    #athenian_hoplite_late.tga
    to go in this location:
    Rome – Total War\data\UI\UNITS\GREEK_CITIES
    And
    athenian_hoplite_late_INFO.tga
    to go in this location:
    Rome – Total War\data\UI\UNIT_INFO\GREEK_CITIES






    EDIT, DECEMBER 7th 2017




    There is the skinpack of all units from European Wars (Rome 1). There are historical units from early (Great Northern War and Spanish Succession War) to mid-18th century (Seven Years War).



    DOWNLOAD: http://www.twcenter.net/forums/downl...o=file&id=4335



    This pack includes a beta version of the mod (6 playable factions).

    There are 314 units (models & textures) from 2008-2011 (12 factions).




    Artwork by Mariusz Kozik - Lacedemon




    There are 6 factions released with European Wars beta:
    Austria
    Poland
    Prussia
    Russia
    Spain
    Sweden

    + 6 factions have never been released:
    Britain
    Denmark
    France
    Netherlands
    Portugal
    Scotland








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    Factions:




    Poland





    France





    Netherlands





    Britain





    Austria





    Prussia





    Russia





    Spain





    Denmark





    Portugal





    Scotland





    Sweden





    Example of headgears:
















    Last edited by KLAssurbanipal; March 14, 2019 at 01:58 PM. Reason: KLAssurbanipal - UNITS for RTW & mods - new skins & models --- UPDATED: 12.12.2014 ---

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    Nice centurion my Lord!

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    my new model, spanish guardsman, XVIII century:



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    I dont want to be harsh here, but the way you did the legionaires arms looks a tad weird. The main problem is that you reskinned a part that was flesh to look like armour, and so now this armour is 'skin tight' in a sense which makes for a fairly unrealistic feel. Perhaps if you altered the model to better fit it would look better, or maybe change it to just grieves. Aside from that, most of the units look liked either dismounted cavalry or webbird's celts to me.



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    Attila Reloaded, British Redcoat:




    My unit, Gardes Francaises (with Redcoat model)






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    Last edited by KLAssurbanipal; September 28, 2006 at 12:53 PM.

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    French Cuirassiers, Louis XV's period:





    :wink:

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    Ptolemaic Hypaspist:




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    very nice work king louise

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    good work :wink:

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    ACHEA, THUREOPHOROI



    CRETAN ARCHER



    ETOLIA, PRODROMOI



    ILLIRIAN ARCHER



    SPARTAN PHALANX



    SPARTAN HOPLITE


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    Very nice work, keep it up.

    Out of curiosity, are the early modern units (French etc.) just practice, or for a mod in development? I hope that there will be more mods set in the 17th/18th century in the future, it's a highly underappreciated period IMO...

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    Seleucid Xystophoroi:



    Xystophoroi vs Silver Shield:



    Seleucid Phalanx:



    Silver Shield Peltast:



    Silver Shield Phalanx:



    Ptolemaic Peltast:




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    Epeiros:










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    Seleucid Rebellians:

    SELEUCID ARGYRASPIDES



    SELEUCID LEGIONARY



    SELEUCID PELTAST



    SELEUCID PHALANX



    SELEUCID PHILOI



    SELEUCID THUREOPHOROI



    SELEUCID XYSTOFOROI


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    Very good work King Louise
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