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Ancient Total War ATW

HamilcarHamilcar MemberRegistered Users Posts: 32
edited July 2011 in The Graveyard
I think we should go back to a roman period, but instead of Rome2TW, and have loads of silly XXX"2" TW, we should call it Ancient TW, from Spain to east coast of India. This would be a revamp of Rome, possible starting from 320 BC just after alexander or maybe even more. The intial game could likly have rome as a non playable faction tho and then the expanisions could be, rise of rome and fall of rome, though that could be sorted out. You could also have factions like Pathia better represented with a bigger map, also have full extent of Selucid Empire and bactria and Mauryan Empire.
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  • Emir ElmudzahidEmir Elmudzahid Junior Member Registered Users Posts: 28
    edited March 2011
    yeah i like this idea
  • CogreCogre Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 2,189
    edited March 2011
    now that is a good idea, here here, i 2nd it
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  • Aiken LugonnAiken Lugonn Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 233
    edited April 2011
    There are threads discussing this topic in the Off Topic sub forum.
  • Dionysius the MightyDionysius the Mighty Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 3,194
    edited July 2011
    Duplicate thread, closed.

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