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"Ronning Terrain" - Modified terrain graphics.

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Graphics Modpacks' started by ronning, Apr 17, 2014.

  1. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias I saw the Great Library burn.

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    Absolutely sterling :goodjob:
     
  2. COAtlantis1745

    COAtlantis1745 Unit Sounds Engineer

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    Any chance we could have those city graphics made "Civ-ready" and with standard pcx formatting?
     
  3. ronning

    ronning Warlord

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    Links are in post #1.

    Most are posted, still updating
     
  4. ronning

    ronning Warlord

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    That's not bad.

    thanks for the support.
     
  5. ZergMazter

    ZergMazter Prince

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    That terrain wow... those trees wow... those terrain buildings wow... This is just incredible. It looks like a new game. Those units, and flags tho... where do i get those? I got some massive modding to do now lol. Those units are just right for the terrain.

    At this rate im never gonna finish improving my mod! I knew it was a bad idea to go into this thread :hammer2:. I read ronning and i remembered seeing some of Zub's posts about some good looking trees made by this ronning and i couldnt resist darn it.
     
  6. ronning

    ronning Warlord

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    I see what you mean about PHP, I have no idea why its doing that. Is it a Windows 8 "issue?"
     
  7. Civinator

    Civinator Blue Lion Supporter

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    ronning, with an adjustement in the view-option of winrar it seems that the problem can be fixed. :)
     
  8. ronning

    ronning Warlord

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    Ahhhh okay.
     
  9. eXalted

    eXalted Chieftain

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    Gorgeous tileset! These colors! :crazyeye:

    Great work!

    I haven't played Civilization III for a year, and now saw what you've done... I'm installing it right now.

    I also want to ask the question that has been asked above - from what pack are these unit graphics? The are MADE for this tileset...
     
  10. ronning

    ronning Warlord

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    I believe the units in the screen shots are from jedi-master sandris.
    He has an extensive collection posted at his unit library.
     
  11. eXalted

    eXalted Chieftain

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    I creatied a *.biq file and pt the graphics as a scenario. Everything seems to work smoothly but there is no View City/The Eye button. Is there something that I'm oing wrong or it's bug with the Civlization III Complete Edition?
     
  12. ronning

    ronning Warlord

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    I generally put the folder in the "Conquests" folder, with biq too. See Screenshot.



    But I don't think the location would cause the problem youre having. it shouldn't make any other chances, than to the terrain files.
     

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  13. Balthasar

    Balthasar Wise Man

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    To expand on Ronning's answer, this is a terrain tileset, so it is properly put into the Art/Terrain folder of your favorite mod or scenario (which would usually be found in the Conquests/Scenarios folder). The View City feature never works in scenarios.
     
  14. Moosezilla

    Moosezilla Grognard Warlord

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    Perhaps it (CV) will someday.
     
  15. Civking5

    Civking5 Prince

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    Beautiful screenshots, and amazing work. I found it fascinating that a game as old as civ3 still being improved in this forum, and can look so fresh and good.
     
  16. wuhjah

    wuhjah Prince

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    I agree.

    Thank you for all your contributions, both past and recent. I'm sure there hardly isn't a terrain set out there without a piece of your work in it.
     
  17. Azazell

    Azazell Prince

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    Hello.. This mod graphics is great! But How to install this mod? I have downloaded cities and terrain.. and now where is copy?
     
  18. ronning

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    Download this zip and unzip.

    copy the folder and big inside as is ...

    It contains a folder and the biq. cities are also added.

    Copy to ...Conquest/conquest

    and start from conquest menu.
     
  19. KittenKoder

    KittenKoder Chieftain

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    I have been downloading from this site for a while now but just made this account to say how beautiful those tiles look. So, I'll check the forums more now since I'm here.
     
  20. Fredeye

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    I just discovered this as well. Excellent art work
     

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