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Discussion in 'Civ5 - New Civilizations' started by Pouakai, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Qoyunlu

    Long before the rise of the Ottomans, the gradual migration of Turkic tribes into the Middle East brought with it a vast array of new states and powers. Two of the most powerful of these, following land grants from Timur himself, were the famed Aq Qoyunlu and Qara Qoyunlu - the White and Black Sheep Turkomans. Qoyunlu ruled over Mesopotamia and Iran, often warring and allying with their neighbours and themselves. Though eventually subsumed by the might of the Ottomans and Persia, their legacy would live on for centuries to come.

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  2. Sword_Of_Geddon

    Sword_Of_Geddon Arbiter of the Sword

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    Very very nice work here. A pleasant surprise Pouakai, thankyou :)
     
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  3. Sir Edgen

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    Hello. I hope you can read this - I'm simply in awe by the sheer amount of your work and dedication. But some links for download are broken - for example, Nazca and Tibet. For some reason I have problems with activating mods via subscription, so manual install is my only hope. Is there any chance the links could be restored? Thanks in advance!
     
  4. TopHatPaladin

    TopHatPaladin Warlord

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    As an alternative solution, there are websites you can use to directly download the mod package from Steam— I recommend steamworkshop.download (my usual go-to) or steamworkshopdownloader.io.
     
  5. Sir Edgen

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    Oh, thank you very much! The first one indeed works perfectly!
     
  6. Pouakai

    Pouakai It belongs in a museum. Moderator

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    Welcome, and thank you! Yeah, a lot of the direct links are unfortunately broken, mainly because they either point to old sources or have since been deleted. Often if I update one of the mods I only ever do it to steam, so many of the direct downloads - even if they work - will also be outdated. I'll get around to fixing them at some point but I would suggest using TopHatPaladin's suggestion in the mean time!
     
  7. Sir Edgen

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    Thanks for the answer. One more question - in some civs (namely Motu and Lenape) there seems to be some bug with music, when instead of civ's theme it just continues to play main menu music. It isn't bery troublesome, because I just muted it and found some traditional music tracks and play them instead, but just wondered if is is intentional or, in case it is a bug, is there any way to fix it? thanks in advance
     

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