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European Wars: Flemish, Burgundians and Dutch Armies from High Medieval to late 18thC

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by imperator1961, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    Here my pack for Flemish, Burgundians and Ducth units from High Medieval to late 18th C.

    Flemish (High Medieval):
    Archer, Crossbowman, Horse Crossbowman, Horseman, Knight, Spearman, Swordsman.


    Burgundians (Late Medieval)
    Archer, Crossbowman, Horse Crossbowman, Horseman, Knight, Spearman, Swordsman.


    Dutch 16th C - 17th C
    Arquebusier 16th C, Artillery 16th C, Pikeman 16th C, Reiter 16th C, Artillery 17th C, Dragoon 17th C, Musketeer 17th C, Pikeman 17th C.


    Dutch Early 18th C
    Artillery, Cuirassier, Dragoon, Fusilier, Grenadier.


    Dutch Mid 18th C
    Artillery, Cuirassier, Dragoon, Grenadier, Fusilier, Early Hussar.


    Dutch Late 18th C
    Artillery, Cuirassier, Dragoon, Fusilier, Grenadier, Light Infantry, Hussar.


    And as a Bonus units: Burgundian Artillery 15th C, Burgundian Handgunner 15th C.


    As usual some units preview:





    Download the files:

    Part 1 (Flemish)
    Part 2 (Burgundians)
    Part 3 (Dutch 16th C - 17th C)
    Part 4 (Dutch Early 18th C - Mid 18th C)
    Part 5 (Dutch Mid -Hussar- Late -all- 18th C)
     
  2. Steph

    Steph Multi Many Tasks man Retired Moderator

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    I noticed them in the download database, and I was waiting for the thread to congratulate you :goodjob:
     
  3. georgestow

    georgestow Proud to be Awesome

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    New units? And of such a high calibre and quanity? VERY smexy.
     
  4. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    :eek: Holy :eek: Mom :eek: O'G-d :eek:

    You, Sir, have outdone yourself!

    Bellissimo!

    :clap: :clap: :clap: ,

    -:yup:z
     
  5. Goldfool

    Goldfool Alchemist

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    Wow!, do they all sounds included.

    I will find room for some of these, especially the crossbowman.
     
  6. tom2050

    tom2050 Deity

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    OMG! Just.. wow! The Swordsman I can definitely use.. :thumbsup:

    EDIT: And the Knight! And the Crossbow!
     
  7. Madeira

    Madeira Emperor

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    Very cool! Good to see new unit packs comming out!
     
  8. Yabanjin

    Yabanjin Warlord

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    Great stuff! Much appreciated, as usual.
     
  9. Tortosa

    Tortosa The Big E

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    Very nice work on a much needed unit pack.
     
  10. Fredeye

    Fredeye Warlord

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    Awsome!
     
  11. Vuldacon

    Vuldacon Dedicated to Excellence Supporter

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    Moff Jerjerrod Deity

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    These are beautiful! Nice job. :goodjob:
     
  13. W.i.n.t.e.r

    W.i.n.t.e.r Frozen!

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    Holy... Netherlands o0... a whole lot of very good looking units for such small a region. :king:
     
  14. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    Yes, but they were major players in the 30 Years War; colonization from North America and then South Africa to Indonesia; and IIRC the 7 Years War.

    A very active small region :)

    Best,

    Oz

    PS A personal favorite - King Crimson's "The Night Watch" about the painting of the same name. For pure historicity, the lyrics are worth attending to - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWFO8bo06gM

    -O.
     
  15. Conan2002

    Conan2002 Chieftain

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    Imperator
    I'm waiting your Ducth units!
    THANK YOUUUUUUUUUU
     
  16. Balthasar

    Balthasar Wise Man

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    I agree with Oz; these units will have more use one might expect. All of the 17th century units could be used in an early american/New England setting. The early 18th century fusilier could be one of Ethan Allan's green mountain boys, and fellows who looked like the dragoon next to him could be seen up to and during the civil war.

    In fact, Imperator, you did such a good job on that unit that it makes me yearn to see an American West set from you; it would be beautiful.
     
  17. BadKharma

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    OMG, great job! As already stated they will find many uses. This will round out Netherlands for an expanded Age of Piracy scenario. Now if only I could get more pirate units.
     
  18. Balthasar

    Balthasar Wise Man

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    BK, did you happen to see Tom's new unit?
     
  19. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    Thanks to all for the comments!. As for an American West set, it is in my to do list. The only problem is that I dont'have many images/pics; if someone can help me...
    The next pack would be a very huge pack: the Italians from High Medieval (with northern italians, venetians, papal states and sicilians) to late 19th C. The only period I dont'cover is the Napoleonic Age. Next will be a Western Medival Siege weapons and after this I hope the American West pack.;)
     
  20. Steph

    Steph Multi Many Tasks man Retired Moderator

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    Didn't you already made Italians?
     

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