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Armies of Africa: Colonial Camel Troops

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Balam-Agab, Dec 27, 2016.

  1. Balam-Agab

    Balam-Agab God King

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    Camel mounted soldiers who fought as part of the colonial armies of Northern Africa and the Middle East in the first half of the 20th century. This pack contains troops of the British, French, Italian, and Spanish empires, as well as native auxiliaries and irregulars who could have formed part of several armies (a full list is below).





    Spoiler :
    British (L-R)
    British Imperial Camel Corps
    Australian Imperial Camel Corps
    Indian Imperial Camel Corps
    Somaliland Camel Corps
    Anglo-Egyptian Sudan Camel


    French
    French Foreign Legion Méhariste


    Italian (L-R)
    Eritrean Meharisti
    Somali Meharisti
    Libyan Meharisti


    Spanish
    Tropas Nómadas


    Local Auxiliaries(L-R)
    Taureg
    Bedouin
    Arab
    Somali (Dubat)


    Credits to Kinboat, utahjazz7, Micaelus, Steph, and Moeniir.

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  2. ShiroKobbure

    ShiroKobbure Still modding Civ3

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  3. Civinator

    Civinator Blue Lion Supporter

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    These units are very nice. You have done a very good job! Thank You very much! :thanx:
    So the line for adding new units to the next version of CCM is normally closed (otherwise this mod will never be realized) I have to reflect about adding some of these wonderful units.
     
  4. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    This camel riders are top! :cooool:

    Thanks

    Wotan49
    :coffee:
     
  5. Jorsalfare

    Jorsalfare Chieftain

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    An awesome unit-pack! Thanks a lot.
     
  6. clamel

    clamel Chieftain

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    What a great collection. I have waited for this for a very long time. Now the camel-resource can be used proper with so many more different units than the normal arab looking blokes. Kind of similar for the elephant-resource. These two (camels & elephants) should be like horses concerning resource. You got the resource you can build a camel soldier that could move faster on desert ground.
    Perhaps one should have a certain building only if camels are in the area, so not cities like London cranking out Camel Corps units.
    Well now one start thinking on scenarios more specific for these lovely units.

    If any negative thoughts dare to be mentioned I say the death-scene looks a bit strange. The rider glued to the camel instead of falling of, but then that's a bit harder to do I believe.
    Better not getting him killed then I guess :deadhorse:
    Many thanks mate
     
  7. Blue Monkey

    Blue Monkey Archon Without Portfolio

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    There's bound to be a building already made that could be renamed - maybe to "caravanserai"? As far as elephants go, Ogedei made an excellent hastipasala or pilkhana (two names for an elephant stable, preview).
     
  8. Kirejara

    Kirejara Chieftain

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    Lovely as ever!

    And finaly I can add some national flavor among my Camel Cavalry. ;)

    Thanks again!
     
  9. Jerry'sGoldfish

    Jerry'sGoldfish Chieftain

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    i would like to ask balam if he is going to create wallachians, serbs, croatians? i have very good reference pictures...
     

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