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    Gallery to check out screen shots of the work we are doing!

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    1.0 Playtest is approaching:

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    EGGsellent. This mod looks epic

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    Thanks! Were working very hard on this mod. Our goal is to make a very polished TW experience with lots of new and interesting campaigns.

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    looks great!

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    Thanks! Putting a lot of sweat, blood and tears into this project. Me and succictim have been working on it several hours a day (nice to finally be working with someone as crazy as me! ). It's all coming together very nicely

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    what Attila campaign map will you use for your first release?

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    This is an older wip map but should give you a good idea of what to expect:

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    Good, good. Mods for Attila are always welcome. For me it was a shame how CA dropped the game and instead focused on Rome II for a couple more dlcs (Desert Kingdoms, Rise of the Republic, Empire Divided), while Attila could use some more life. Oh well. One detail, though: León and Castile were under king Ferdinand I "the Great", count of Castile since 1029 and king of León since 1037, so the name should be "Reino de León y Castilla" (if you want to keep the language like you do for Hungary, for example); also "Condado de Portugal", or more correct for that time, "Condado de Portucale" or "Condado Portucalense", not "de Portugalia"

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    Amazing work guys! I like the fact the map is based off AOC. Are the factions highlighted with yellow are the playable ones ?

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    That is an old map based on a 1066 start date, ours will be based on the situation in 1051 so it will be different (and much harder I might add). Our version 1.0 will have limited playable factions that match up with the yellow highlighted names except we will have norway under hardrada instead of denmark be playable.

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    thought byzantines had more of southern italy at this time.

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    Ya like I said that map is very old, from like 2015 when Linke first started working his 1066 mod. Ours is updated to 1051 timeline

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    Hi everyone! I really have to thank the team for his fantastic work: these previews look astonishing and the mod covers one of the most crucial and fascinating periods of the Middle Age
    (do you guys have any idea about the release date?).

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    Thanks, personally I think we might have a playable version available in late summer. Really have no idea or set dates though, we are just focused on getting a polished mod together right now

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