Kinda cheesy, I know, but I hope you continue your excellent Empires of the East series. I’d love to see how you’d recreate the amazing armies of...
Two maps of Euroasia for the periods 268BC and 1081AD
City locations based on numerous sources from my library. Some cities (especially) in the...
WIP - for my own Warhammer 40,000 Horus Heresy-era mod.
A test version. :)
This turns single tile LM Mountain into a equally single tile city-covered planet. Useful for outer space Sci-fi mods, where islands are planets :)
An unfinished Alpha Centauri SMAC .biq with techs and improvements. :)
Hope someone can use it as a base for a SMAC mod.
This is the interface I use for my own personal Rise of Rome scenario. I'll share it here for your enjoyment. Happy gamin' :)
Cool, thanks guys! :)
There is always a simple explanation, and this was one that I missed. :)
Thanks for helping me out.
I am having a bit of a problem here.
I use Gimp to work on the pcx files I use to import/export in unit creation. But suddenly...
Balam, you rock, dude!!!
A belated thank you for the Martin B-10! :)
I have been using a stand-in model in my own scenario for a while, because I honestly never...
Awesome surprise! Very nice work, Balam-Agab :goodjob:
Sweet details, by the way. Looking forward to trying them out :)
These are so cool! Thanks :)
Hah, okay this is a funny coincidence…
Just this Sunday, I was thinking about a scenario set in the early modern period, centered on the...
Sacred beard of Zeus!!! :eek:
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! :goodjob:
Those are some really cool Machimoi!
For scenario makers out...
Awesome units! Also, it is cool to get yet another Phalangite. We have some excellent variance for Hellenistic units now. :)
Edit: If you ever...
Unknown, but probably non-existent for the Seleucids.
It is also unlikely that even the easternmost provinces of the kingdom under Antiochus...
Awesome collection of units!!!
I'm currently half-way through my fifth book on the Selucids, so these arrive at the perfect time. :goodjob:
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