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The Caesariensis Legio X Equestris Clan (-{CLXE}-)

Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana MemberPosts: 90Registered Users
edited April 2011 in Total War Eras Multiplayer
The 10th legion was founded by Gaius Julius Caesar in 61BC. The 10th legion was Caesar's most trusted legion and played an important role in the Gallic Wars. They also served as Caesar's personal bodyguard during the Gallic Wars, earning them the name equestris.

The legion was disbanded in 45BC, reconstituted in 43BC by Lepidus, and disbanded again after they rebelled under emperor August.

Now, founded once more, are you ready to pick up arms and let our enemies feel the might of the finest Roman legion in existence? Are you ready to conquer a new land by the name of Japan and let our enemies tremble when they face the full force of the Roman army? Our enemies will be obliterated! Veni, vidi vici!

Steam url: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe
Founded by: InaniaEtVana and Holy Crab(TotalWar Veterans, we have played every game since Medieval I)
Our aim: Conquer Japan and have some fun along the way :)
Our specialization: Swords, since meelee infantry is the core of any army
Other requirements:
- A proper understanding of strategy and tactics, or the willingness to learn them
- You will need to be able to speak English

Ask a clan member for an invite if you want to join!

Here are 2 gameplay videos if you'd like to know how we play

Part 1

and part 2
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  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Thanks man! And who knows, maybe we'll see each other on the battlefield soon! :)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
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  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    For those interested in some more of the 10th legion's history:

    Some of the battles fought by the 10th legion:

    Gallic Wars (58-51 BC)
    The 10th legion as one of the legions that were part of Caesar's campaign in Gaul and played a crucial role in it. Caesar wrote a book about this campaign that is call 'De bello Gallico' or in English 'About the Gallic War'. In this war they were fighting under direct command of Julius Caesar in almost every battle.

    Battle against the Nervians (57 BC)
    This battle was part of the Gallic Wars and fought in present day Wallonia. The Romans were attacked by surprise whilst busy constructing an encampment by the Belgians under command of Boduognatus, warlord of the Nervii who was helped by Viromandui and Atrebates. After the 10th legion, together with the 9th defeated Atrebates on the left flank, they pursued his fleeing soldiers. Then they assaulted the Belgic populace that were gathered in the woods nearby. But after seeing that the Roman right flank was struggling they doubled back. After seeing the 10th legion coming back Viromandui fled. The 10th then threw itself against the surrounded Nervii, whom were still fighting.

    The Belgians almost succeeded in capturing the Roman encampment and even Caesar himself that day. but because of the skill of the veteran 9th and 10th legion, the Romans were able to repel the Belgians.

    Coming soon:
    Battle of Gergovia (52 BC)
    Battle of Ilerda (49 BC)
    Battle of Dyrrhachium (48 BC)
    Battle of Pharsalus (48 BC)
    Battle of Munda (45 BC)
    Mark Antony Parthian campaign
    Battle of Actium (31 BC)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Here's the next one:

    Battle of Gergovia (52 BC)
    This battle was between the Romans led by Gaius Julius Caesar, and the Gauls, led by Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix had earlier been expelled from Gergovia. In the winter of 53BC he attacked Gergovia. Caesar had to choose between keeping his troops safe for the winter, or helping the allies of Rome, the Aedui, but risk to run out of supplies. He chose to help his allies.

    He took all legions but two with him and marched to Gergovia, capturing some cities on the way there. This caused Vercingetorix to lift his siege and meet Caesar in the open. Caesar won this battle.

    Caesar then went back to win back the support of the Aedui, and detached 4 legions to advance to Senones and Parisii. Leaving Caesar with 6 legions and with Aedui auxilia and some German cavalry, which he took to Gergovia. Vercingetorix tried to prevent this, however, by destroying all the bridges over the river Caesar had to cross.

    When he reached Gergovia Caesar realised they would not survive an assault, so he decided to siege the town of Gergovia and starve the defenders. However the Aedui betrayed him and he managed to gain a narrow victory on them.

    Coming back to Gergovia, Caesar realised their siege was doomed to fail. So he tried to lure Vercingetorix to better grounds to fight. He send in 1 legion to try and lure Vercingetorix out of the town, telling them not to advance too far. The legions captured 3 Gallic camps in their way up the mountain. Caesar then ordered the legion to retreat. However, this command was not heard by most soldiers, whom where encouraged by the ease of which they were capturing the Gallic camps and the moved on to capture more. Vercingetorix heard the sounds of battle and attacked the legion. The legion was massacred and Caesar ordered the 10th and 13th legion to intercept the pursuing Gauls. Vercingetorix, realising the Romans were in a position that was in their advantage, decided to end the pursuit. Caesar wrote in his 'De bello Gallico' that 700 legionnaires and 46 centurions were missing that day. Caesar was furious with his man, because they disregarded his order to retreat. Caesar lifted the siege and marched on into Aedui territory.

    Still to come:
    Battle of Ilerda (49 BC)
    Battle of Dyrrhachium (48 BC)
    Battle of Pharsalus (48 BC)
    Battle of Munda (45 BC)
    Mark Antony Parthian campaign
    Battle of Actium (31 BC)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Battle of Ilerda (49 BC)
    This battle took place in June 49BC and was between the forces of Julius Caesar en Pompey (who's forces where led by Lucius African-us (sorry have to put a break in there or the language filter won't like it) and Marcus Petreius). Caesar had just driven his political enemies from Italy and now wanted to destroy the Republican army in Spain.

    When he arrived at the Pyrenees he managed to take control of the mountain passes and marched on into Spain. When they arrived at a plain nearby Ilerda, the Pompeians set up camp on a hill, while Caesar build his camp not to far away. There was also another hill nearby which Caesar wanted to capture. So Caesar sent a small number of soldiers to capture it.

    The Pompeians sent some forces there as well, and managed to reach it first and managed to kill the soldiers Caesar had sent. Caesar sent the ninth legion to relieve them. They managed to drive the Pompeians back to the wall of Ilerda. The ninth legion was so eager however, they had not noticed the were in a disadvantage now. They were on the foot of the hill the town was built on and the Pompeians had the high ground now and charged them. Adding to this was the fact that it was a narrow hill, so all the projectiles the Pompeians threw at them were hitting their target and they could not be supported by cavalry. Meanwhile the Pompeians were getting reinforcements all the time. Caesar had to keep small forces fighting while the wounded were taken away.

    After 5 hours of fighting, having throw all the pilia, they attacked the hill with their gladius and managed, despite the fact that the Pompeians had more men, to drive the Pompeians back to Ilerda's wall again. At the same time the cavalry managed to get to the top of the hill, and protect the rear of the Caesarian army. Caesar managed to win this battle losing only 70 men whilst killing 200.

    These are still left:
    Battle of Dyrrhachium (48 BC)
    Battle of Pharsalus (48 BC)
    Battle of Munda (45 BC)
    Mark Antony Parthian campaign
    Battle of Actium (31 BC)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Clan specialization added in the first post
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Battle of Dyrrhachium (48 BC)
    The battle was fought close to the city of Dyrrhachium (in present day Albania). The armies were led by Julius Caesar and Gnaeus Pompeius. It was part of the civil war that followed after Caesar marched his armies into Rome.After having destroyed the Pompeian army in Spain (see my previous post), Caesar set sail for Greece, to chase Pompeius.

    Because Caesar could not secure enough transport for his whole army, he sent them in two waves. Mark Anthony, who led the second wave, landed North of his objective. Pompeius hurried towards this army, to attack him while he was isolated from Caesar. Caesar followed him closely, and because of this he had to change to route of his army, to avoid being caught between them. The both set up camp on opposite sites of the Shimmihl Torrent. Pompeius' forces outnumbering Caesar's 3 to 1.

    Pompeius then attacked the Caesarian line where it joined the sea. Heavily outnumbered the Caesarian troops broke and routed. Caesar reinforced the breach with 12 cohorts and managed to push Pompeius' forces back a little. Pompeius then flanked the Caesarian right wing which collapsed and routed. First Caesar tried to stop his men from routing, then, realising the danger his army was in, coordinated the withdrawal.

    Pompeius ordered his man to halt, suspi-cious (language filter again...) of a trap. Caesar captured the town of Gomphi, then marched on to Pharsalus, where the decisive battle of the civil war would be fought.

    Still remaining:

    Battle of Pharsalus (48 BC)
    Battle of Munda (45 BC)
    Mark Antony Parthian campaign
    Battle of Actium (31 BC)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    We have made the clan public so it will be easier to join
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    I do not have enough time to write another battle report today, but there will be another one tomorrow, if you are interested.
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Thanks, good luck to you too, I have seen you already have a nice amount of members by now :)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    "Command is Wisdom, Integrity, Compassion, Courage, Severity."

    Sun Tzu
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Again no battle report today guys, sorry :(. I'll try and post 2 tomorrow. I'm also busy uploading some gameplay video's of RTW, which I'll post as soon as they're uploaded to youtube.
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    First of all: hurray! Hurray, because Shogun 2 has finally been released! Although I won't get it until tomorrow... Also I've uploaded two gameplay videos of me and Holy Crab playing a battle in Rome Total War, so you guys can see what we play like. Take a look at my first post to see them. Battle report is coming tonight. I hope that all of you who got Shogun 2 Total War today have a lot of fun and I'm looking forward to seeing you in-game!
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    We recorded it using Fraps, and used Windows Movie Maker to edit it. And thanks for the compliment, it was our first set of Total War gameplay vids and we weren't sure how good they would be.
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    And I got another battle report for you guys, enjoy:

    Battle of Pharsalus (48 BC)
    The battle of Pharsalus was fought in the year 48BC in central Greece. It proved to be a decisive battle in the civil war. The Caesarian army was heavily outnumbered by the Pompeian army, having only 22.000 soldiers, whilst the Pompeians had 40.000-60.000.

    After having won the battle of Dyrrhachium, Pompeius decided not to push forward immediately. The winter of 49-48 was one of sieges and blockades. Caesar was pushed to Thessaly by Pompeius. Pompeius wanted to starve the Ceasarian army, but his senatorial allies wanted him to attack and end the civil war quickly.

    Pompeius deployed his army in three lines, with his most experienced troops on the flanks and the new recruits in the middle. He deployed 600 of his cavalry on the right flank, under command of Labienus, the former commander of the 10th legion. The rest he deployed on the left flank. Pompeius' plan was to let Caesar advance, then attack his horses, which were fewer in number, and then attack Caesar in the flank. However, he told his men this days before the actual battle and Caesar became aware of his plans.

    Caesar also deployed in three lines. He positioned all his cavalry on the right flank, so that they would face the Pompeian cavalry and took direct command of them. He hid light troops with pillia behind them in anticipation of the Pompeian army. He posted his favourite tenth legion on the right flank, under command of Sulla. The 8th and 9th legion he posted on the left wing and the others in the center.

    Since there was a considerable distance between both armies, Pompeius' plan was to charge Caesar, then stop, and let the Caesarian army cover the rest of the gap between them, hoping they would be fatigued. Caesar's men however, on their own accord, stopped charging to rest and regroup. Caesar would later praise his men for this.

    When they came close to each other Labienus ordered the cavalry to charge. They succesfully pushed back the Caesarian horses and they began to attack the Caesarian flank. Caesar drew back his cavalry and ordered the hidden light troops to attack. When he killed the cavalry, Caesar massacred the light troops who supported the cavalry. He attacked the left flank of Pompeius and rejoined by his cavalry he managed to get behind Pompeius' army. The remaining soldiers fled.

    Pompeius retreated to his camp. Caesar ordered his man to attack the camp and win the battle. Despite that the remaining force inside the encampment fought bravely, they were no match for Caesar's forces. Pompeius fled with a small force, claiming he was betrayed.

    Pompeius fled to Egypt were he was killed by the Pharaoh Ptolemeus XIII. His head was sent to Caesar as a gift. Caesar wasn't happy with this gift, however, he supposedly even cried. He was after all, his son-in-law (Caesar had given his daughter to Pompeius as his wife). Ptolemeus hadn't taken into account that Caesar was granting amnesty to a great number of his enemies.

    The civil war was not over though. Pompeius' sons survived and fought for their father's cause. Caesar would be occupied the next years with killing the pockets of resistance that still remained. When he returned to Rome, he would soon be assassinated by a conspiracy organized by Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus.

    'Tu quoque, filii?'

    Only 3 left:
    Battle of Munda (45 BC)
    Mark Antony Parthian campaign
    Battle of Actium (31 BC)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    I would like to welcome 2 new members in our midst: pichinator and Auggy, good luck guys! Join us to and we will be the Shogun of Japan for sure!
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Been a bit busy playing Shogun 2 lately, as you might imagine, but here is a new battle report:

    Battle of Munda (45 BC)

    The battle was fought on the 17th of March in the year 45 BC and was fought in the plains of Munda in southern Spain. As I told you in the last battle report, there were still some pockets of resistance throughout the Roman empire, led by Gnaeus Pompeius (Pompeius' son). This was the very last battle of the civil war.

    After the defeat of Pompeius' republican army and killing Pompeius himself, Caesar had another victory over the republican army in the battle battle of Thapsus in 46 BC.

    After this the only military opposition left was in Hispania. Two legions had joined Gnaeus Pompeius and his brother Sextus and had driven out the proconsul. They were able to raise another 3 legions. Caesar's general whom were in Obulco in Hispania did not want to take the risk of attacking them and requested Caesar to come over and deal with them.

    So Caesar was forced to march to Hispania. He took with him his trusted legions X Equestris and V Auladae. and some newer legions. Caesar covered the 2400km from Rome to Obulco in less then a month (that's about 80km a day!). When he arrived here he was able to relieve the city of Ulipia, that had remained loyal to him but had been besieged by Gnaeus' army. However, he was unable to take Corduba, which was defended by Gnaeus. Gnaeus was determined not to face Caesar in open battle, so Caesar was forced to stay for the winter.

    Caesar took the fortified city of Ategua after a short siege, which was a blow for Gnaeus' army. And some of his local allies defected to Caesar. After he won another battle even the Romans in Gnaeus' army thought about defecting. Gnaeus was forced to offer battle.

    The two armies met on the plains of Munda, where Gnaeus was situated on a hill about 1.5km away from the city walls. Caesar led 8 legions and 8000 cavalry, whilst Gnaeus led 13 legions, 6000 light infantry and 6000 cavalry. After unsuccessfully trying to lure Gnaeus' army away from the hill, Caesar ordered a frontal attack.

    The fighting lasted for some time with no advantage to either side. At some point even the generals started to join the fight. Caesar himself would later write he wasn't just fighting for a victory, he was fighting for his life. He himself took direct command over his right wing were his favourite legio X Equestris was involved in heavy fighting. With Caesar inspiring them they managed to push back Gnaeus' army. Gnaeus saw this weakness in his line and removed a legion from his right wing to reinforce his left. As soon as his right wing was weakened Caesar ordered a cavalry charge that would be decisive in the course of battle.King Bogud of Mauritania, one of Caesar's allies, attacked the rear of Gnaeus' camp with his cavalry. Titus Labienus, commander of Gnaeus' cavalry, realised this threat and moved to intercept them. The other legionnaires however, already under pressure on both their right and left wing, thought their cavalry was retreating and fled themselves. Some managed to find refuge on the city walls of Munda, but most were killed whilst routing.

    At the end of the day 30,000 Pompeians were killed, while the Caesarian army had only suffered 1,000. Gnaeus and his brother Sextus managed to flee. Gnaeus would be executed a little later, whilst Sextus would join the Sicilian pirates and would be executed by Augustus 10 years later.

    Caesar returned to Rome to govern the Roman Empire. He would not do so for long, as you all know...

    2 left:

    Mark Antony Parthian campaign
    Battle of Actium (31 BC)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
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  • WaundWaund Junior Member Posts: 17Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Haved joined :) Am new to multiplayer TW so don't really know how clans work but have a lot of battle experience etc from R:TW, looking forward to playing with you guys, liking the battle reports.
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Only one more after this:

    Mark Antony Parthian campaign

    Julius Caesar had already planned to attack the Parthian empire, but was unable to do so because he died (duh) and the plan was never used. However, after a series of attacks by the Parthian empire, Mark Anthony decided to attack the Parthians by himself. It would end in a disastrous defeat for Mark Anthony. Not all was lost though, when Octavia-nus (language filter is getting really annoying...), better known as emperor Augustus, negotiated peace with the Parthians.

    Only 1 left:
    Battle of Actium (31 BC)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    We are still recruiting, join if you look for a fun, competitive clan!
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    And here it is:

    Battle of Actium (31 BC)

    The battle of Actium was a naval confrontation that would prove to be decisive in the final war of the Roman Republic. It was a battle between the forces of Octavia-nus and those of Marcus Antonius and Cleopatra. It was fought on September the 2nd, 31BC.

    The battle of Actium was a consequence of the second Triumvirate that broke down in 33BC, after Octavia-nus became sus-picious of Antonius (the former general of Julius Caesar), believing that he wanted to become the supreme ruler of Rome.

    Antonius wanted to attack Italy in 32BC from Greece, but halted this attack when he found out that the seas were guarded by Octavia-nus' fleet, so he retired for the winter.

    Octavia-nus asked for a conference with Antonius at this point, but this was rejected. The following months there were a few small fights, but nothing notable. The only thing he managed to do was drive Antonius north a bit.

    At this point Cleopatra strongly suggested that their army should be put in a strong town and that the fleet be send back to Alexandria, although it was probably more of an order.

    Octavia-nus aware of these plans, originally intended to attack Antonius on open sea, but was prevailed upon by his general Marcus Agrippa, to attack him immediately.

    The two fleets met outside the Gulf of Actium, Antonius' with 500 warships, Octavia-nus with 250.

    The battle raged all afternoon with no clear advantage to either side. Unfortunately for Antonius however, there had been a malaria outbreak in his camp, which led to his ship being undermanned. He decided to burn the ships he could not man, and packed the remainder tightly together. However, because many of his oarsmen had died, they could no longer ram Octavia-nus' boats with their quinqueremes.

    Octavia-nus' fleet consisted of smaller ships, which were more easily manoeuvrable then Antonius' quinqueremes. On top of that, his crew was better-trained and fresher.

    Shortly before the battle one of Antonius' admirals, Quintus Dellius, had defected to Antonius and had given him Antonius' battle plans. Antonius intended on using his biggest ship to drive back to north end of Octavia-nus' line, but because of this information, he stayed out of range.

    Antonius was eventually forced to leave the protection of the shore and engaged the enemy. Cleopatra was behind him with her fleet, but she couldn't bear the anxiety and gave her fleet a signal to retreat. The sailed to open sea without engaging the enemy and sailed for Egypt.

    Antonius had not heard the signal, thought that is was panic and that all was lost, and he followed Cleopatra. This led to many of Antonius' ships fleeing to the open ocean. Some still fought on though until the evening. Anthony transferred to a smaller vessel and fled the scene with a few ships as en escort to break through Octvia-nus' line. Those that remained behind were captured or sunk.

    With the end of the battle Octavia-nus turned his attention on the crews of the ships that were ablaze and tried to save him. The next day the part of Antonius' land army that hadn't fled yet submitted and the other were chased down. Antonius' camp was captured and Rome had only one ruler from that point onwards.
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

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  • CznielsenCznielsen Senior Member Posts: 118Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Don't you think you're going too far with all the stories?
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  • THC-Shogun[Dr.MightySnakeTHC-Shogun[Dr.MightySnake Senior Member Posts: 270Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Interesting way for battle reporting , Cheers :D

    it will be awesome if bundled with pictures
    -My Honorable threads :D
    The solution to decrease Long loading times(and loading in general)
    Honda's Navy Academy[Video Guide's]
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  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited March 2011
    Cznielsen wrote: »
    Don't you think you're going too far with all the stories?

    You mad? :P And that was my last one. And that would be awesome mightysnake, but it is a bit hard finding pictures from the battles, they didn't have a cell phone to take pictures with ;) Nor did anyone make paintings as far as I know
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  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited April 2011
    Going to bump this one up a bit ^^
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  • THC-Shogun[Dr.MightySnakeTHC-Shogun[Dr.MightySnake Senior Member Posts: 270Registered Users
    edited April 2011
    Nor did anyone make paintings as far as I know

    Here where white-board comes handy :)))



    evernote20110406083453.th.jpg
    -My Honorable threads :D
    The solution to decrease Long loading times(and loading in general)
    Honda's Navy Academy[Video Guide's]
    :D:D
    {THC}Dr.MightySnake
    Chief Admiral of ホンダの海軍 Honda's Navy
    ---- Part ofホンダ藩 Honda Clan{THC}
    Website:http://honda.clannow.com
    Clan Steam Page:http://steamcommunity.com/groups/TheHondaClan
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  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited April 2011
    Nice find! Doesn't open with me though...
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  • THC-Shogun[Dr.MightySnakeTHC-Shogun[Dr.MightySnake Senior Member Posts: 270Registered Users
    edited April 2011
    Nice find! Doesn't open with me though...

    Tested, it is working. I've blurred the map

    This is Japan Map with Seas territory, I use that for planning our Navy operation in my clan.
    -My Honorable threads :D
    The solution to decrease Long loading times(and loading in general)
    Honda's Navy Academy[Video Guide's]
    :D:D
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  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited April 2011
    Tested, it is working. I've blurred the map

    This is Japan Map with Seas territory, I use that for planning our Navy operation in my clan.

    You made it yourself? Nice! And I probably just was a bit impatient... I'm used to loading a picture in 3 secs or so :)
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • Inania Et VanaInania Et Vana Member Posts: 90Registered Users
    edited April 2011
    There is still place for some more members, send me an application by PM if you want to join!
    "In War, Victory should be Swift" (Sun Tzu)

    If you are looking for a clan, we are recruiting!
    http://steamcommunity.com/groups/clxe/
  • InaniaEtVanaInaniaEtVana Junior Member Posts: 4Registered Users
    edited April 2011
    We just promoted to the 3rd league tier. Want to help us get even higher? Join us!
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