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edited August 2014 in Total War: ROME II
Hey all!

What was with all those tweets yesterday? WELL NOW YOU KNOW!

At 4pm BST today, ROME II players will find their game updated via Steam today with a new, free content pack. The August Warriors Update adds unique units such as the Hex-Bearers, Amazonian Riders and Scythian Noblewomen to several playable factions, and includes a significant upgrade to the Suebi roster.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fWVthMjnok

Also available for purchase today, the Daughters of Mars Unit Pack brings fearsome new warriors to ROME II. Whether in defence of their homelands or called upon to fulfil their part in glorious conquest, female combatants featured throughout the ancient world. Adding a swift and deadly mix of fighting styles and abilities to the fray, generals will wisely place value on those who aspire to be the avatars of the war gods themselves!

Daughters of Mars expands the faction rosters of Rome, the Lusitani, Suebi and Sparta. These new units can also be hired as mercenaries from specific provinces, whichever faction you play as.

Full details below:


Free August Warriors Update Pack contents


To complement the Daughters of Mars unit pack, we’ve also updated ROME II to add several new units, including female warriors for the first time, and a small yet significant roster-update for the Suebi.

Free female warrior units:

• Hex-Bearers (infantry, sword and shield): new Suebi garrison unit.
Ambushing from hidden woodland positions, the sword-armed Hex Bearers strike terror into the hearts of the enemy.

• Amazonian Riders (cavalry, bow): can be recruited by Royal Scythia, or as mercenaries in Sarmatia, Ponto-Caspia and Scythia.
With excellent bow-range and able to form Cantabrian Circle, Amazonian Riders are adept at keeping the enemy at arm’s length.

• Scythian Noblewomen (cavalry, bow): can be recruited by Royal Scythia
Trained to resist fatigue, and with superior morale born of their station, Scythian Noblewomen can outlast most combatants in a long fight.


Free Suebi roster-update units:

• Horse Runners (infantry, javelin skirmishers):
These fleet-of-foot warriors can strike hard and fast from cover, making them the elite of the Suebi skirmishers.

• Spear Wall (infantry, spear and shield):
The most defensive spear unit in the Suebi roster, Spear Wall is a bulwark against even
the most powerful cavalry.

• Round Shield Swordsmen (infantry, sword and shield):
Their high weapon damage makes the Round Shield Swordsmen fearsome combatants who punch above their weight.

• Riders of the Hunt (cavalry, spear):
Few warriors have faced a charge from these terrifying, frenzied horsemen and lived to tell the tale.


Daughters of Mars Unit Pack


Athena, Bellona, Andraste, Mars: whichever war deity these soldiers pledged their lives to receiv1ed a solemn promise of victory in the face of even the most formidable enemies. Whether in defence of their homelands, or called upon to fulfil their part in glorious conquest, female combat units featured throughout the ancient world. Adding a swift and deadly mix of fighting styles and abilities to the fray, generals will wisely place value on those who aspire to be the avatar of the war goddess herself.



Gladiatrices

Can be recruited by Rome, or as mercenaries in Italia.

Honed to a razor-edge through countless drills and contests in the arena, Gladiators and Gladiatrices are ruthless and skilled brawlers. Their sledgehammer approach to melee brooks no compromise, and in the right circumstances, they can inflict heavy losses on traditional soldiery. Heavily armoured and disciplined, Gladiatrices are more formidable defenders than their arena-trained male counterparts, and every bit their equals in their lust for battle.

Mercenary Kushite shieldwomen

Can be recruited as mercenaries in Aethiopia.

The fiercely independent Kushite Nubians are a geopolitical force to be reckoned with. Their mounted archers and skilled infantry have repelled Roman advances on multiple occasions, ably demonstrating their proficiency in large-scale battle. The zealous, spear-armed warriors of the Kushite Shieldwomen are agile and deadly; able to strike swiftly from woodlands and trained to form up effectively in defence, cavalry commanders would be wise to fear them.


Lusitani Swordswomen

Can be recruited by The Lusitani, or as mercenaries in Lusitania.

Honed by generations of conflict and rightly feared for their lightning ambush tactics, The Lusitani have built a reputation as excellent guerrilla warriors. Trained to advance under the whittling fire provided by the Cantabrian Circle, their swift and hard-hitting Swordswomen are adept at exploiting woodlands to remain hidden while they move. When the charge comes, it is sudden, frenzied and terrifying; though used carefully, Lusitani Swordswomen can also mount a formidable defence.


Cimbri Bow-Women

Can be recruited by The Suebi.

Like many Germanic tribes, the dense woodlands of northern Europe have impelled the Suebi to develop superior guerrilla warfare techniques. Adept at making the most of cover and striking from a hidden position, the Cimbri Bow-Women are amongst the finest archers the Suebi can field. With superior weapon range and damage, they can wreak havoc before they are even detected. If attacked directly however, they can give a better account of themselves in melee than their principal role suggests.


Spear Gladiatrices

Can be recruited by Rome, or as mercenaries in Italia.

Bringing the bloodthirsty and brutal melee techniques of the arena to the battlefield, Gladiatrices make excellent shock-troops. When armed with spears, these warriors gain a defensive edge over their sword-wielding battle-sisters, making them better prepared in the face of an assault. Arranged effectively, they can stop the hammer-blow of a cavalry charge in its tracks, and their frenzied riposte can inflict horrific casualties.


Gorgo’s Skirmishers

Can be recruited by Sparta, or as mercenaries in Hellas.

The citizens of Sparta were among the finest infantry in the ancient world. With the Helots performing the ‘lesser’ functions of society such as agriculture, Spartan warriors were free to engage in the all-encompassing pursuit of excellence in combat. Athletics and weapon-drills were not the sole preserve of men, however. Faster-firing and heavier-hitting than standard sling-wielding units, Gorgo’s Skirmishers make a valuable addition to any Spartan force.

Spearwomen

Can be recruited by The Suebi, or as mercenaries in Suebia, Silesia, and Magna Germania.

Independent, proud, and with powerful gods watching over them, The Germanic peoples are famed for their ferocious warriors. The women of the Suebi are no exception, and carry the will of the tribe into battle as ably as the men. Standing side-by-side with their Suebian Spear-Brothers, Spearwomen are exquisite defenders, capable of blunting a charge and instilling fear in the enemies of the tribe. Their training lends them versatility however, and they can quickly switch to an offensive role as the situation demands.

Enjoy!
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  • DusenDusen Senior Member Posts: 253Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Sounds ok i guess :)
  • AndrestorAndrestor Senior Member Posts: 184Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Cool update :D
    Does this affect patch 14 campaigns?
  • GrudgeNLGrudgeNL Senior Member Posts: 7,082Registered Users, Cakes!
    edited August 2014
    Awesome!
    Dusen wrote: »
    Sounds ok i guess :)

    Free Suebi roster-update units

    Can't wait to start a new Suebi Campaign. A bit more than Ok for me! :D
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  • bleed_it_outbleed_it_out Senior Member Posts: 230Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Is it out right now?
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  • Nelorix,the CaledonianNelorix,the Caledonian Senior Member Serbia,Jagodina/Finland,JyväskyläPosts: 2,163Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Nailed it :) These units actually look great,****.
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  • jonasneejonasnee Senior Member Posts: 1,736Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    so, 2 roman FEMALE units? well at least they are slaves i guess....
    but i look forward to seeing what this update inhales.
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  • HildorHildor Senior Member The MidlandsPosts: 3,283Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Better than BOW at any rate :D
    There'd be something witty here if I could think of it
  • korpahkorpah Senior Member Posts: 148Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Will CA wrote: »
    Hey all!

    What was with all those tweets yesterday? WELL NOW YOU KNOW!

    ROME II players will find their game updated via Steam today with a new, free content pack. The August Warriors Update adds unique units such as the Hex-Bearers, Amazonian Riders and Scythian Noblewomen to several playable factions, and includes a significant upgrade to the Suebi roster.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fWVthMjnok

    Also available for purchase today, the Daughters of Mars Unit Pack brings fearsome new warriors to ROME II. Whether in defence of their homelands or called upon to fulfil their part in glorious conquest, female combatants featured throughout the ancient world. Adding a swift and deadly mix of fighting styles and abilities to the fray, generals will wisely place value on those who aspire to be the avatars of the war gods themselves!

    Daughters of Mars expands the faction rosters of Rome, the Lusitani, Suebi and Sparta. These new units can also be hired as mercenaries from specific provinces, whichever faction you play as.

    Full details below:


    Free August Warriors Update Pack contents


    To complement the Daughters of Mars unit pack, we’ve also updated ROME II to add several new units, including female warriors for the first time, and a small yet significant roster-update for the Suebi.

    Free female warrior units:

    • Hex-Bearers (infantry, sword and shield): new Suebi garrison unit.
    Ambushing from hidden woodland positions, the sword-armed Hex Bearers strike terror into the hearts of the enemy.

    • Amazonian Riders (cavalry, bow): can be recruited by Royal Scythia, or as mercenaries in Sarmatia, Ponto-Caspia and Scythia.
    With excellent bow-range and able to form Cantabrian Circle, Amazonian Riders are adept at keeping the enemy at arm’s length.

    • Scythian Noblewomen (cavalry, bow): can be recruited by Royal Scythia
    Trained to resist fatigue, and with superior morale born of their station, Scythian Noblewomen can outlast most combatants in a long fight.


    Free Suebi roster-update units:

    • Horse Runners (infantry, javelin skirmishers):
    These fleet-of-foot warriors can strike hard and fast from cover, making them the elite of the Suebi skirmishers.

    • Spear Wall (infantry, spear and shield):
    The most defensive spear unit in the Suebi roster, Spear Wall is a bulwark against even
    the most powerful cavalry.

    • Round Shield Swordsmen (infantry, sword and shield):
    Their high weapon damage makes the Round Shield Swordsmen fearsome combatants who punch above their weight.

    • Riders of the Hunt (cavalry, spear):
    Few warriors have faced a charge from these terrifying, frenzied horsemen and lived to tell the tale.


    Daughters of Mars Unit Pack


    Athena, Bellona, Andraste, Mars: whichever war deity these soldiers pledged their lives to receiv1ed a solemn promise of victory in the face of even the most formidable enemies. Whether in defence of their homelands, or called upon to fulfil their part in glorious conquest, female combat units featured throughout the ancient world. Adding a swift and deadly mix of fighting styles and abilities to the fray, generals will wisely place value on those who aspire to be the avatar of the war goddess herself.



    Gladiatrices

    Can be recruited by Rome, or as mercenaries in Italia.

    Honed to a razor-edge through countless drills and contests in the arena, Gladiators and Gladiatrices are ruthless and skilled brawlers. Their sledgehammer approach to melee brooks no compromise, and in the right circumstances, they can inflict heavy losses on traditional soldiery. Heavily armoured and disciplined, Gladiatrices are more formidable defenders than their arena-trained male counterparts, and every bit their equals in their lust for battle.

    Mercenary Kushite shieldwomen

    Can be recruited as mercenaries in Aethiopia.

    The fiercely independent Kushite Nubians are a geopolitical force to be reckoned with. Their mounted archers and skilled infantry have repelled Roman advances on multiple occasions, ably demonstrating their proficiency in large-scale battle. The zealous, spear-armed warriors of the Kushite Shieldwomen are agile and deadly; able to strike swiftly from woodlands and trained to form up effectively in defence, cavalry commanders would be wise to fear them.


    Lusitani Swordswomen

    Can be recruited by The Lusitani, or as mercenaries in Lusitania.

    Honed by generations of conflict and rightly feared for their lightning ambush tactics, The Lusitani have built a reputation as excellent guerrilla warriors. Trained to advance under the whittling fire provided by the Cantabrian Circle, their swift and hard-hitting Swordswomen are adept at exploiting woodlands to remain hidden while they move. When the charge comes, it is sudden, frenzied and terrifying; though used carefully, Lusitani Swordswomen can also mount a formidable defence.


    Cimbri Bow-Women

    Can be recruited by The Suebi.

    Like many Germanic tribes, the dense woodlands of northern Europe have impelled the Suebi to develop superior guerrilla warfare techniques. Adept at making the most of cover and striking from a hidden position, the Cimbri Bow-Women are amongst the finest archers the Suebi can field. With superior weapon range and damage, they can wreak havoc before they are even detected. If attacked directly however, they can give a better account of themselves in melee than their principal role suggests.


    Spear Gladiatrices

    Can be recruited by Rome, or as mercenaries in Italia.

    Bringing the bloodthirsty and brutal melee techniques of the arena to the battlefield, Gladiatrices make excellent shock-troops. When armed with spears, these warriors gain a defensive edge over their sword-wielding battle-sisters, making them better prepared in the face of an assault. Arranged effectively, they can stop the hammer-blow of a cavalry charge in its tracks, and their frenzied riposte can inflict horrific casualties.


    Gorgo’s Skirmishers

    Can be recruited by Sparta, or as mercenaries in Hellas.

    The citizens of Sparta were among the finest infantry in the ancient world. With the Helots performing the ‘lesser’ functions of society such as agriculture, Spartan warriors were free to engage in the all-encompassing pursuit of excellence in combat. Athletics and weapon-drills were not the sole preserve of men, however. Faster-firing and heavier-hitting than standard sling-wielding units, Gorgo’s Skirmishers make a valuable addition to any Spartan force.

    Spearwomen

    Can be recruited by The Suebi, or as mercenaries in Suebia, Silesia, and Magna Germania.

    Independent, proud, and with powerful gods watching over them, The Germanic peoples are famed for their ferocious warriors. The women of the Suebi are no exception, and carry the will of the tribe into battle as ably as the men. Standing side-by-side with their Suebian Spear-Brothers, Spearwomen are exquisite defenders, capable of blunting a charge and instilling fear in the enemies of the tribe. Their training lends them versatility however, and they can quickly switch to an offensive role as the situation demands.

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  • RonBurgundyRonBurgundy Senior Member Posts: 2,006Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Awesome. A very welcome addition.
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  • Ironside12Ironside12 Senior Member Posts: 6,127Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    When exactly is the DLC purchasable?
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  • spartanlemurspartanlemur Senior Member Posts: 527Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Great looking unit pack.

    I might actually buy it if/when politics get overhauled.
  • PezhetairosPezhetairos Senior Member Posts: 202Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    After playing every single Total War Game since Shogun 1 and watching the continued effort put into Rome 2, I just want to shout out an epic THANK YOU to Creative Assembly. Now I'm just hoping for some more Persian factions.
  • ApostolhsVlApostolhsVl Senior Member Posts: 312Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Gorgo’s Skirmishers can you do that unit for sparta garrison unit?
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  • csilvacsilva Senior Member Posts: 807Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    cant find it on team , but it looks great .
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  • Ironside12Ironside12 Senior Member Posts: 6,127Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    csilva wrote: »
    cant find it on team , but it looks great .

    Hasn't been opened by the looks of it, when the Free LC parts of it start downloading, have a look and the DLC should be there :)
    Sjiriki wrote: »
    Balancing is a far more intricate thing than looking at who wins a 1v1 fight.

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  • MakrophageMakrophage Senior Member Posts: 141Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    This is the sexiest update of all.
  • ApostolhsVlApostolhsVl Senior Member Posts: 312Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    That women will have some new animation battles or not?
    Ὃ ἂν μὴ ἴδῃς μὴ λέγε. Εἰδὼς σίγα. [Do not talk about what you do not know. And when you know, don't talk either.]

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  • Spec 74Spec 74 Senior Member Posts: 548Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Hildor wrote: »
    The guys working on the unit-packs will likely have very little to do with the patching process
    Yes, because WE NEED MORE PAID DLC UNIT PACKS. Awesome work CA.
  • HannibalBarkasHannibalBarkas Senior Member Posts: 2,860Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Had to lol hard at 0:37. Romans dropping like flies. You know, because the scutum and armor are just for decoration. :p

    The upgrade for Suebi sounds interesting. Will make them a lot more powerful if they added some mid-tier units.

    Won't buy the other DLC, though. At least the guys requesting women DLC will be happy now.
  • MacklesMackles Senior Member UKPosts: 5,358Registered Users, Cakes!
    edited August 2014
    Ironside12 wrote: »
    When exactly is the DLC purchasable?

    FB post says it's available from 4pm BST. So 90 minutes!

    Now, let's all sit back and wait for Setrus to wet himself in excitement :D
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  • HildorHildor Senior Member The MidlandsPosts: 3,283Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Spec 74 wrote: »
    Yes, because WE NEED MORE PAID DLC UNIT PACKS. Awesome work CA.

    The unit designers currently have nothing to do, so why should they not produce optional units that add a bit more flavor to the game?
    There'd be something witty here if I could think of it
  • matmannenmatmannen Senior Member Posts: 997Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Coolest ******g units yet :D. Please CA will you make a queen Teuta states(wo)man and general for the Ardiaei? The female mesh is here :)
  • csilvacsilva Senior Member Posts: 807Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    yea you are right :rolleyes:
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    HATG---Lusitani , Syracuse , Rome .
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  • IzzyStradlinIzzyStradlin Senior Member Cair Andros GarrisonPosts: 8,423Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    That women will have some new animation battles or not?

    Should they have?
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  • svehlic25svehlic25 Senior Member Posts: 1,173Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Hildor wrote: »
    The unit designers currently have nothing to do, so why should they not produce optional units that add a bit more flavor to the game?

    Not to mention the FREE LC portion of the update is larger than the paid one. Not only does it add some female units for free, another much needed suebi roster update was also added. It really can't get much better than that.
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  • csilvacsilva Senior Member Posts: 807Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    only pontus are still laking units , keep up the work CA i will get this as long as its not ridiculous overpriced .
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    HATG---Lusitani , Syracuse , Rome .
    IA----Lepidus .
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  • Ironside12Ironside12 Senior Member Posts: 6,127Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Should they have?

    Don't see why their animations should be any different. Do we want some seductive moves in here? Or maybe some ballet? :rolleyes:
    Sjiriki wrote: »
    Balancing is a far more intricate thing than looking at who wins a 1v1 fight.

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  • HannibalBarkasHannibalBarkas Senior Member Posts: 2,860Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Hildor wrote: »
    The unit designers currently have nothing to do, so why should they not produce optional units that add a bit more flavor to the game?

    To be honest, all those DLC units for free factions makes MP pay to win. They should only sell new factions, not new units for already sold factions.
  • ApostolhsVlApostolhsVl Senior Member Posts: 312Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Iceni! CA create a female unit for them as well
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  • Spec 74Spec 74 Senior Member Posts: 548Registered Users
    edited August 2014
    Hildor wrote: »
    The unit designers currently have nothing to do, so why should they not produce optional units that add a bit more flavor to the game?

    Optional, yes.

    Cheap and easily produced content for a poor excuse to get a quick money grab, yes.

    To think they could have been working on something actually worth buying, like an Expansion.

    Looks like they got their hand in your wallet no matter what pitiful garbage they produce.
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