Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Kindred72, Mar 18, 2003.
COAtlantis, you may always do sounds for my units. You are quickly become my best friend.
Here are a set of alternate unit action sound and .INI files for the Scottish Warrior, as always, if you choose to use them.
Actions include Run, Fortify, Attack1-2, Death, and Victory.
Have MUCH fun!
perhaps its almost a greatsword
yep ill make it medieval infantry
and yes theyre hilly and mountainy, and they are wet with lots of water, they rain a lot
ah i love living in the nice warm (yeah right) central belt, at least its not that hilly here
I'm adding a Scotish civ to my mod and this unit is perfect thank you so much.
Reminds me of William Wallace and Brave Heart nice work!
Here's a pedia entry for anyone who wants it.
^The Scottish unique unit is a fierce warrior armed with a claymore.
^A city must have $LINK<iron=GOOD_Iron> in its $LINK<Strategic Resource=GCON_ResourcesS>
box to build Claymores.
The claymore is one of the most recognizable swords in history. A uniquely Scottish hand-and-a-half style of
sword, first appearing at the beginning of the sixteenth Century, it is almost certainly a development of the
Scots-Irish single hand style of sword. Shorter and lighter, in general, than the continental Two-Hander,
the average Claymore ran about 55 inches in over all length, with a 13 inch grip and a 42 inch blade. Fairly
uniform in style, the sword was set with a wheel pommel often capped by a crescent shaped nut and a guard with
straight, down sloping arms ending in quatrefoils and langets running down the center of the blade from the guard.
Every able bodied man in the Highlands carried arms, as can be attested to by John Hume in the passage below
written on his experience as a prisoner after the battle of Falkirk (1746). Thy [the Highlanders] always appeared
like warriors; as if their arms [weapons] had been limbs and members of their bodies they were never seen without
them; they travelled, they attended fairs and markets, nay they went to church with their broadswords and dirks.
I shall do the same.
Edit: I will use it as a Celtic Longswordsman.
Great unit...looks like William Wallace. It's being used for my Alba Mod.
*it's a very very old post*
hemm... what about a unit32.pcx file for this WONDERFUL unit?!?
Really really great... both for celts/picts/scottish civ both for fantasy scenarios (Aragorn...)
Yeah, I made one.
May I recommend using the Wonder Drift made at my request, Raising The Highland Clans to generate this unit?
Good for a Braveheart mod. Cool attack
Its amazing a unit of this calibre came out so long ago. bravo creator
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