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Ancient & Medieval Settlers & Workers (02/11/10)

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Plotinus, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. Plotinus

    Plotinus Philosopher Administrator

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    Thanks for the comments. Hopefully these units will prove useful to some of you.

    Yes, that's on the to-do list.

    Looking very good! Although don't forget, Cistercians, Dominicans, and Franciscans did not exist in the period 600-900 CE...

    Thanks for picking up on that. I've corrected it now.

    The concept art is really nice. There's definitely potential for some great units based on that. But I don't have time myself at the moment. I did post the templates for my settlers and workers here, though, so anyone with Poser can easily make more.
     
  2. aaglo

    aaglo Furioso!

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    Holy Hikingboot, Plotinus!
     
  3. Takhisis

    Takhisis excuse me

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    They will, you can be sure of that :)
    Do you think I can wait for the next update of R&D?
     
  4. bigdog5994

    bigdog5994 Lady Day

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    are elf workers/settlers on the to do list?
     
  5. Pleistocene

    Pleistocene Chieftain

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    Thanks for the reply, Plotinus!
    So I will post the unit request for the Siberian tribes in the respective thread then.
    Thank you, nick0515, for the hint where to go with this request!
     
  6. Steph

    Steph Multi Many Tasks man Retired Moderator

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    Good remark, I may move the techs a little further to the next era.
     
  7. Deth McBones

    Deth McBones The Inconsistent Modder

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    What a list! Great work Plot!
     
  8. ShiroKobbure

    ShiroKobbure Still modding Civ3

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    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    :eek: :woohoo: :thanx:

    ... And what, precisely, was in that "potion" you alluded to??

    Great work, guys :clap:

    -:Dz
     
  10. edil

    edil Chieftain

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    pls an one patch of all for download
     
  11. tom2050

    tom2050 Chieftain

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    Holy <don't even know what word to use to describe it>! That is one helluva lot of workers and settlers, and each is terrific!
     
  12. T-mun

    T-mun King Numa

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    Amazing work Plotinus, EXTRA BIG SIZE !!! Caution : it's raining units here !!! Wonderful !!
     
  13. The Guardian

    The Guardian Praetorian

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    Yes yes yes!!! Pls, put them all in one zip or rar, so we can DL all at once. :please: :please: :please: :please:
     
  14. BadKharma

    BadKharma Chieftain

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    OMG that really takes care of allot of missing flavor. I'm not sure which one I like the best , however that late medieval settler really looks fantastic. The Umayyad Worker is another one that stands out though.
     
  15. Civinator

    Civinator Blue Lion Supporter

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    That´s absolutely phantastic work!:clap::goodjob: Thank you very much Plotinus for giving us such a present. :thanx:
     
  16. Grandraem

    Grandraem Alchemist

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    WOW!!! Can't think of much else to say...
     
  17. nick0515

    nick0515 Fantasy World Builder

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    Which is intened to come first the Classical Greek worker/settler or the Hellenistic ones?
     
  18. Steph

    Steph Multi Many Tasks man Retired Moderator

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    In my mod classical is first, then hellenistic
     
  19. Kyriakos

    Kyriakos Alien spiral maker

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    Yeah, that is the correct progression.
     
  20. nick0515

    nick0515 Fantasy World Builder

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