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  1. #541

    Default Re: Download Morning Sun Version 2.8

    https://www.moddb.com/mods/imjin-war-of-korea
    If you really like this period, you can use this mod

  2. #542

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    thanks for the link

  3. #543

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    The mod will one day be uploaded to steam or updated?

  4. #544
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    Whats been going on with this? Ive just been thinking about it, loved it like crazy back in the day! Im on good internet now so I can get that tihng going right. I remember it being on Steam at some time, is that still there?

  5. #545

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    Installed and the map looks incredibly impressive. Just a question - is it possible to do online campaign with this and also I have tried the offline campaign map and noticed no castles show on the campaign maps, is this a bug?

  6. #546

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    Yes, the loss of locks from the map is a convention of the game, or rather the size of the map. I don't know about the online campaign, but it should work in a cooperative

  7. #547

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    however, I have a question for the authors. Why do Korean, Mongolian, Chinese, etc. bows have a range of under 200?


    Luís Fróis described the range of Korean bows to be around 109 meters. the Japanese described the range of Korean bows as 140 meters. The same Fróis wrote that the firing range of the Japanese troops reached 500 meters, but this is probably due to the arquebus.

  8. #548

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    Early firearms, like arquebus ha shorter range than contemporary combat bows - that's why they coexisted for some time on the battlefield, despite shorter and cheaper training for gunners. Effective targeting range was around 50 meters due to un-aerdynamic ball ammunition an high windage for barrels. Even late-era muskets had modern-age pistol effective firing range - famous quote "fire when you see whites of their eyes" are for better, later-era muskets.

    Even modern assault rifles had effective range 400-600 meters vs individual targets, so 500 m range for primitive arquebus, with ball bullets is out of question.

  9. #549

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    actually agree, the range of 500 meters is dictated by the bow. arrows fired from a Japanese bow shed a distance of 385 to 480 meters. In addition, the Japanese used "special" arrowheads. I don't know how to show them on this forum. They looked like needles.

  10. #550

    Default Re: >>>Download<<< Morning Sun Version 2.3

    Quote Originally Posted by mhawari View Post
    how about ming dynasty uniform? it should be colored with red? maybe this will cool if the wanli emperor wearing typical clothes


    In In the Mood for Love from 2001, for instance, Maggie Cheng rocks the qipao. The question then is: since before 1949 and through 2001, have HK women been rocking the qipao?


    And if things were influenced by colonialism (made things more western), the last candidate is the Taiwanese who migrated from the mainland there after 1949. This would appear to be the citizens most likely to uphold the practice of traditional Republic-era clothes.

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