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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivanclan1 View Post
    Oh! Any new settlements or did you keep as it was for 2.1.4?
    for cities the limit is also reached. we just slightly corrected the historical names of cities

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    Please download the archive and compare two text translations. and tell which one is better?
    https://yadi.sk/d/3VhZ8axNTrU01Q


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    I prefer the second one over Vanilla, even though it's not flawless, and have tried to polish it a little (though I'm also not a native speaker). Please, post any ideas you have on how to improve the descriptions below.

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    {IMPERIAL_CAMPAIGN_ENGLAND_TITLE} Kingdom of England
    {IMPERIAL_CAMPAIGN_ENGLAND_DESCR} By 1087 almost all the English lands have been captured by the Normans. On both sides of the English Channel, the highest nobility spoke Norman. The King, all his courtiers; in fact, almost every man influential enough to be a talKing point, were Norman. They had a more progressive approach towards the art of warfare than their predecessors and could effectively utilise the country's resources to further expand their power and glory. \n \n
    The old Kingdom of England is now merely one part of a huge domain in possession of William the Bastard's, or, as he is now referred to, William the Conqueror's bloodline, albeit a very rich part. It practically monopolized the European trade in wool and generated fabulous revenue through it. \n \n Whatever it was that made the British lose their independence, for the Norman King, his continental possessions, fiefs of the Kingdom of France, require much more attention than England. \n \n
    The fact that a vast chunk of his possessions is located on the isles and the rest on the continent, poses somewhat of a challenge to the King of England, but also promises him many new opportunities. He must face the truth that he will not be able to defend all his possessions simultaneously for them lying too far apart. As for political considerations, the King of England is bound to an oath of allegiance to the King of France and as such is now nominally the former's vassal. In fact, England does not recognize this status, but is involved in a constant struggle for power with the French.
    Another issue that has repeatedly been raised during the joint existence of the two countries are the borders of the French mainland which the British were more than once attempting to occupy. \n\nOn issues of religion, too, not every matter is completely settled yet. The British, of course, profess the Catholic faith and are obedient to the Holy see, but constantly try to reduce Rome's influence in their lands. This conflict comes with varying success. It is said that English Kings are God-fearing people, but this does not mean that they can allow the Pope to single-handedly rule over their country. \n \n
    When dreaming of the conquest of new territories, the Normans enviously let their eyes wander over both France lands and what lies closer to their home. The former's lands are very seductive, but in order to take advantage of them, you first need to face the seemingly inevitable clash with Scotland, otherwise war ont two fronts can not be avoided. Although it will take a bloody toll and strain the Royal treasury the Normans will have to annex Ireland, Scotland and Wales to establish themselves as a major power in Europe. \n \n
    At the same time, there remains the risk that the French rivals will dare to attack the Normans themselves. Lacking the time to prepare for this oncoming invasion if they move on to new triumphs all-to hastily. But with the force and energy of the Normans and a growing sense of national unity, the English have the potential to arise as a powerful empire in the west. \n \n


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    {IMPERIAL_CAMPAIGN_SCOTLAND_TITLE} Kingdom of Scotland
    {IMPERIAL_CAMPAIGN_SCOTLAND_DESCR} The history of the Kingdom of Scotland has taken its course from 843 when Kenneth Makalpin became King of the united tribes of the Scots and Picts. During the following centuries, the territory of the Kingdom of Scotland expanded an area roughly corresponding to the northern part of the British main island that has never been occupied by the Roman Empire.
    Some time after the invasion of Strathclyde by the Anglo-Saxon king Edmund I in 945, the province was transferred to Malcolm I. During the reign of King Indulph (954-62), the Scots captured a fortress later called Edinburgh, its first stronghold in Lothian. Under the reign of Malcolm II, the unity of the Scottish lands was strengthened. A turning point, perhaps, was the year 1018, when Malcolm II defeated Northumbria at the Battle of Karem. \n \n
    The Norman conquest of England following Kind Edward the Confessor's death 1066 led to a chain of events which brought on a radical change in Scotland's internal organization. Malcolm III married with Margaret, the sister of Edgar Aetheling, the overthrown Anglo-Saxon contender for the English throne, who was subsequently supported by Scotland. His son David I became a power-conscoious ruler. He contributed to the introduction of feudalism in Scotland and encouraged the immigration of people from Flanders into the "burghs" in order to strengthen trade links with continental Europe. By the end of the 13th century, many Anglo-Norman families had received estates in the Scottish lands. \n \n
    Despite some convergence of countries, the wars between them do not fade. Thus, the grandson of David I, Wilhelm the Lion, took advantage of the rebellion against his son King Henry II and attepted to regain the province of Northumberland, formerly ruled by the Scottish kings, but ultimately failed to do so. The Scottish army invaded the northern counties of England and was defeated near Alnwick in 1174, while King William was captured. In order to regain his freedom he was forced to sign a treaty in his Norman prison which acknowledged England's hegemony over Scotland. \n \n
    Later, these negative consequences were reversed as the Scottish church was proclaimed independent from the English and directly subordinated to Rome. In need of money for his participation at the Third crusade, the English King Richard Lionheart recognized Scotland's independence for 10,000 pounds within the Canterbury treaty from 1189. The end of the 13th century brought severe trials for Scotland: Following the death of King Alexander III in 1286 who perished without leaving behind a male successor. Until 1290, several candidates tried to get hold of the Scottish throne, among them an English noble's son named John de Balliol. \n \n
    The English king Edward I convened a Court session later known as the "Great Cause" which in 1292 declared John the rightful king of Scotland. On November 30, he was crowned. As a sign of gratitude, of John accredited English suzerainty over his kingdom. In order to reduce dependence on England, John Balliol in 1295 renewed the Scottish alliance with France and Norway and openly turned against Edward I, his former benefactor. \n \n
    In 1296 the English army invaded Scotland's territory and defeated the Scots at the Battle of Dunbar, after which the English overtook the whole country with relative ease. John was captured and abdicated from the Scottish throne on July 10 1296. The regime established by the Egnlish authorities was so cruel that already in the following year the Scots started an uprising led by William Wallace and Andrew de Moray that defeated the English army in the battle of Stirling Bridge. But unfortunately for the Scots, Andrew de Moray suffered serious injuries in this battle and succumbed to his wounds soon after. Nevertheless, Scotland was liberated from English troops, and William Wallace was elected Custodian of Scotland. \n \n
    Last edited by Elendil 03; March 03, 2019 at 07:19 AM.

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    Looks good so far!

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    I love the graphics and look forward to a partial or the final English translation, which ever brings to completion faster.

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    Innovations of BS 2.1.5:
    https://youtu.be/_fKbaWS1Sfs

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    Translation is probably already done, but if it isn't or needs an extra reviewer, I'm around.

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    So, how many more days will Bulat Steel 2.1.5 be released with the instructions, patches, and translation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommodusIV View Post
    Translation is probably already done, but if it isn't or needs an extra reviewer, I'm around.
    English translation is made at 60%. Do you know Russian language to translate mod files? Or do you propose to check the already translated translation for errors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivanclan1 View Post
    So, how many more days will Bulat Steel 2.1.5 be released with the instructions, patches, and translation?
    the main work is done. but there is still a very important thing - script optimization. Most likely, the release date will move a little, because The person who is engaged in optimization does not have time. Focus on mid-April...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeekaaa View Post
    English translation is made at 60%. Do you know Russian language to translate mod files? Or do you propose to check the already translated translation for errors?
    Fixing errors. I'm the middle ground of taking weak translation/google translation and making it stronger English.

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    How come you are releasing a version 2.1.5 when a 3.1 also exists?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elendil 03 View Post
    How come you are releasing a version 2.1.5 when a 3.1 also exists?
    Because version 3.1 is from another developer

    our version of bulat steel: 2.1.3 - 2.1.4 and 2.1.5

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    This mods will be very good, I sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeekaaa View Post
    Because version 3.1 is from another developer

    our version of bulat steel: 2.1.3 - 2.1.4 and 2.1.5
    I see. Are you collaborating, would that be even possible or are the relationships rather on the unfriendly side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elendil 03 View Post
    I see. Are you collaborating, would that be even possible or are the relationships rather on the unfriendly side?
    Previously collaborated. But now they are two different teams. Team version 3.1 is just one person. Version 3.1 is worse than 2.1.4 and 2.1.5
    And we have bad relationships with 3.1 team

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    Hi Leeekaa what is your policy regarding giving permission to use some materials from Bulat Steel? would really love to use some of the building icons in Tsardoms Total War. Happy to share some of our materials.

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    How likely is a release of the translation this April?

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    you can use building icons of Bulat steel in Tsardoms TW. Good luck

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