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Thread: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

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    lukulusi's Avatar Laetus
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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

    Quote Originally Posted by QuintusSertorius View Post
    I'd better make some things absolutely clear, so that people don't expend lots of time and effort, only to be disappointed. Firstly, there will not be a Georgian faction, I can state that categorically. We already have Hayastan in the Caucasus, and there's nothing a Georgian faction could add, that would make up from the amount they'd detract from Hayastan by sharing the same region, similar culture and similar ambitions.

    Secondly, there will not be a Georgian roster, as in a collection of 5-6 units from the same place. We have space on the roster for a Georgian unit, an Iberian unit, and we already have a Colchian unit concepted. So if you want to contribute to the official mod, I'd suggest you focus your thoughts on concepting a single unit that best exemplifies troops from the region, and adds something interesting to the wider regional roster.

    All this is not to say that if you want to make your own submod for EBII, where there's a Georgian faction using one of the empty slots, and add a Georgian roster with the currently unused unit slots. If you want to do that, by all means go ahead. But it won't be in the official mod.
    then use those paintings to make Iberian and Colchian unit

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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

    Quote Originally Posted by lukulusi View Post
    then use those paintings to make Iberian and Colchian unit
    We don't do units based on fan "paintings". We need hardcore evidence and proof why that unit represents the fighting men of the time and era in the best way possible.

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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

    Not to mention that it's kind of hard to synthesize one type of unit from the various gear kits on display .

    The paintings themselves are pretty nice though.
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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anubis88 View Post
    We don't do units based on fan "paintings". We need hardcore evidence and proof why that unit represents the fighting men of the time and era in the best way possible.
    I drew in accordance with archaeological materials


    you do not know
    Please Read This

    https://www.academia.edu/3639351/Gam...?auto=download

    http://dspace.nplg.gov.ge/bitstream/...OfGeorgia..pdf


    http://www.spekali.tsu.ge//pdf/9_82_en.pdf
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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

    Quote Originally Posted by Khevsur View Post
    Iberia-Colchis is other culture,Armenian culture is other.
    you could expand on that and add that actually, Iberian culture is quite distinct from Colchis whereby some Hellenistic aspects are much more pronounced etc. at the end of the day, it is a game that tries to accommodate too many variables and simplifications and generalisations are often inevitable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Khevsur View Post
    p.s hayots ayrudzi is not iberian warriors!
    actually, it is more Iberian than Hay. dont judge solely by the unit's name and description - those were created in some confusion as to the design for this unit and are based on a wrongly held belief that the unit is concepted as a Hay factional.

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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarkiss View Post
    actually, it is more Iberian than Hay. dont judge solely by the unit's name and description - those were created in some confusion as to the design for this unit and are based on a wrongly held belief that the unit is concepted as a Hay factional.
    Should they be an Iberian regional unit?

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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

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    Default Re: Caucase Iberian ( Kartli ) and Colchian (Egrisi) units.

    colchian warrior
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    please delete My old theme.
    I want to delete the mistakes
    I want new theme
    I learned a lot
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