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    PikEnthusiast's Avatar Laetus
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    Default Getting Started

    Hey! I wanted to try to mod Rome Remastered. However, I want to keep an original copy of the game to play, and have separate mod I can edit. Hopefully that made sense. Is there anywhere I should store the duplicate, or a template on this forum? I'd really like to get started on modding while being able to do it with no risk to the original game. Thank you for your time!


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    alhoon's Avatar Comes Rei Militaris
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    Default Re: Getting Started

    You can use, I think, the mod manager to activate and deactivate mods for RTW as you can with more modern games.
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    Beta-tester for Darthmod Empire, the default modification for Empire Total War that does not ask for your money behind patreon.
    Developer of Causa Belli submod for Darthmod, headed by Hammeredalways and a ton of other people.
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    Dismounted Feudal Knight's Avatar 🦀\_(ツ)_/🦀

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    Default Re: Getting Started

    If a more elegant solution doesn't present itself and you have the drive space, simply copying the game files to a backup directory is a pretty sure way to ensure you have both and then you can rename the folders as required to make one or the other official at a given time. I don't have experience with the mod manager mentioned above but I'd try that first for being better on space and being the more 'clean' solution.

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