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European Wars: Italian Armies from High Medieval to Late/End 19th C

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by imperator1961, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    Here my (huge) pack for the Italians. For all the pics from left to right archer, crossbowman, horse crossbowman, horseman, knight, spearman, swordsman. This is the Part II of my previous Italian pack; the part I is here: European Wars: the Italians mid 16th C - mid 18th . Some units like the Savoy/Piemontese Fusilier and Grenadier Mid 18th C are in both the parts; obiouvsly the older are obsolete.
    Milanese High Medieval:


    Papal States High Medieval:


    Venetian High Medieval:


    Southern Italy High Medieval:


    Savoy High Medieval:


    Milanese Late Medieval:


    Papal States Late Medieval:


    Venetian Late Medieval:


    Southern Italy Late Medieval:


    Savoy Late Medieval:


    The downloads:

    Milanese/Papal States High Medieval
    Venetian/Southern Italy High Medieval
    Savoy High Medieval

    Savoy/Southern Italy Late Medieval
    Milanese/Papal States Late Medieval
    Venetian Late Medieval

    Bonus units: Italian Carroccio, Italian Artillery 15th C, Italian Handgunner.


    Download Bonus units

    Missing file: Milanese Horse Crossbowman HM.
     
  2. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    Generic Italian units 16th C: Caliverman, Front Rank Swordsman, Pikeman.


    KINGDOM OF TWO SICILIES FROM 16TH C TO 1820
    Artillery: (from left to right 16thC, 17thC, Early 18thC, Late 18th C, 1820)

    Cuirassier Early 18thC, Mid 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Dragoon 17thC, Early 18thC, Late 18th C, 1820

    Fusilier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Grenadier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Light Infantry 1820, Light Cavalry Late 18thC, 1820


    PAPAL STATES FROM 16TH C TO 1820
    Artillery 6thC, 17thC, Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820

    Cuirassier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Dragoon 17thC, Early 18thC, Late 18th C, 1820

    Fusilier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Grenadier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Light Infantry 1820, Light Cavalry Mid 18thC,
    Late 18thC, 1820


    SAVOY FROM 16TH C TO 1820
    Artillery: 16thC, 17thC, Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820

    Cuirassier Early 18thC, Mid 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Dragoon 17thC, Early 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820

    Fusilier Early 18thC, Mid 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Grenadier Early 18thC, Mid 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820, Light Infantry 1820,
    Light Cavlry Mid 18thC, Late 18thC, 1820


    VENETIA FROM 16TH C TO LATE 18TH C
    Artillery: 16thC, 17thC, Mid 18th C, Late 18thC

    Cuirassier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, Dragoon 17thC, Early 18thC, Late 18thC

    Fusilier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, Grenadier Early 18thC, Late 18thC, Light Infantry Late 18thC, Light Cavalry Mid 18thC, Late 18thC


    Downloads:
    Italians 16th C
    KTS Artillery
    KTS Cuirassiers and Dragoons
    KTS Fusilier, Grenadier, Light Infantry and Light Cavalry
    Papal States Artillery
    Papal States Cuirassiers and Dragoons
    Papal States Fusiliers, Grenadiers, Light Infantry and Light Cavalry
    Savoy Artillery
    Savoy Cuirassiers and Dragoons
    Savoy Fusiliers, Grenadiers. Light Infantry and Light Cavalry
    Venetian Artillery
    Venetian Cuirassiers, Dragoons, Fusiliers, Grenadiers, Light Infantry and Light Cavalry
     
  3. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    Papal States Mid 19th C:
    Artillery, Carabinier,Cuirassier, Dragoon, Light Cavalry, Swiss Grenadier, Swiss Infantry, Swiss Light Infantry, Zouave.



    Kingdom of Two Sicilies Mid 19th C:
    Artillery, Carabinier, Cuirassier, Dragoon, Grenadier, Infantry, Light Cavalry, Light Infantry.



    Piemontese Mid 19th C:
    Artillery, Bersagliere, Cuirassier, Dragoon, Grenadier, Infantry, Light Cavalry, Light Infantry.



    Garibaldi's Volunteers Mid 19th C:
    Artillery, Infantry, Light Cavalry, Civilian Insurgent.



    Italy Late/End 19th C:
    Bersagliere, Cuirassier, Dragoon, Infantry, Light Cavalry, Artillery.



    Bonus Unit:
    Italian Late/End 19th C Gardner Machine Gun.


    Extra Bonus unit:
    Italian Condotta Late Medieval


    Downloads:
    Piemontese and Garibaldi's Volunteers Mid 19th C
    Kingdom of Two Sicilies Mid 19th C
    Papal States Mid 19th C
    Italy Late/End 19th C + Extra Bonus unit
    Italian Gardner Machine Gun
     
  4. Gary Childress

    Gary Childress Student for and of life

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    I'm guessing the most tedious part of this pack was all the UV mapping that must have been involved. It definitely paid off with all these beautiful units! Nicely done!! :goodjob:
     
  5. Ares de Borg

    Ares de Borg Norman Knight

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    Steph Multi Many Tasks man Retired Moderator

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    :goodjob:
    This comes as a complement to your existing Italian packs, or should we wait some updates of all your animations?
     
  7. The Guardian

    The Guardian Praetorian

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    Incredible. Well worth the wait. Love the archers.
     
  8. Sandris

    Sandris Rise and Rule

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    Great pack. :)

    I like Foot and Mounted Crossbowmen. :)
    Unfortunately, Milanese Horse Crossbowman HM has no FLC files.
     
  9. Sandris

    Sandris Rise and Rule

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    Sword_Of_Geddon Mysterious Jungle Warrior

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    Between Sandris and Imperator, my mind is blown....:eek:

    How do you guys do so many great units all at once..simply amazing.
     
  11. Virote_Considon

    Virote_Considon The Great Dictator

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    Well done imperator! I checked the thread earlier, and have been since trying to think of how in the devil I'm going to fit these units in my mod! :D And then I was surprised when I came back - and there were lots more units! And then I realized - you've previewed units for this pack which still aren't in this thread! :eek:

    Spoiler How in the hell I'm thinking of fitting them in :D :
    In my scenario (set in the age of discovery), Italy is ruled by one Italian civ comprising of Tuscany, Lombardy, Genoa, Savoy, Venice and the Papal States (as well as the Knights of St. John and Albania), and the rest of the lands (Naples, Sicily, Sardinia) are under Spanish control. Also, Ragusa in the Balkans is under Austrian/Hungarian control.

    So, what I'm thinking of doing, is using the units from Milan, Piedmont and, to a lesser extent, Savoy for the "main" Italian units (with any spare being used as much-needed mercenaries for other civs), Venetian units to be built in the Venetian holdings of Crete and Cyprus, and the Southern Italian/Neopolitan units for Spain in Europe (Iberia itself is cut off by the Pyrenees, so this can be done). Unfortunately, this leaves the Papal units. On the one hand, I could use them in for the Knights of St. John in Malta+Rhodes (since these islands already have a special resource for Knights' Hospitalier units, of which there are none past the middle ages), but I'm not sure... And any spare artillery can be used to represent Ragusan artillery, for which they were famous for.
     
  12. tom2050

    tom2050 Deity

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    The units look magnificent. Textures are great. Simply amazing!
     
  13. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    I'm starting to work to a complement for my previous pack, but I think that in a future I would expand the 16th section and add Florence and Genoa.
     
  14. Yang Liu

    Yang Liu H.Balck

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  15. CiaranB123

    CiaranB123 That guy

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    Wow:eek:
    At my count thats currently 191 units :goodjob:
     
  16. Jerry'sGoldfish

    Jerry'sGoldfish Emperor

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    i spent already more than 2 hours watching and thiking about these units. great job , although some of the units are darker, i dont contest their quality but for playing they coul be a little brighter. of course the battle was muddy, one can say that. i was particularly hit by the superb unit called milanese swordsman high medieval and the arabian mounted crossbowman for which i request also a mounted attack.:crazyeye:
     
  17. edil

    edil Warlord

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    why south italy and no great grecee?

    cmque grazie :D bravo wagliò
     
  18. The Guardian

    The Guardian Praetorian

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    Hmmmmmm, :mischief: What I need now is a reeeeeally big map of Italy. :D
     
  19. Mithadan

    Mithadan Wandering Woodsman

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    H O L Y C R A P! :faint:
     
  20. utahjazz7

    utahjazz7 Deity

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    Wow. That's a whole bunch of units. It must have been a lot of work.

    The units look great, too.
     

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