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Greek Swordsmen

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batejrc
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This cool unit is a kind of greek arcani, they carry two swords, wear black armour, and carry a armoured hoplite shield on their back. Like my primigenia mod the download instructions are foolproof. this also comes with all the necessary text documents and .tgas etc.
If you like greek cities then you should not be reading this and should have already downloaded this. If not, you'll still like it.

Cheers
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Feuer_frei
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5.0
Rating: 5
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OMFG THIS UNIT RULES I HAVE BEEN OWNING THE CRAP OUT OF THE AI WITH IT!!
batejrc
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glad you like it
Feuer_frei dude make more units im begging u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
batejrc
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'fraid my computer's broken
Feuer_frei i need a unit made and i was wondering if u could do it... i need a greek eliphant done please just 4 the greeks...
batejrc
File Author
I'll give it a go as soon as my computer's working, in about a month probably. I'll assume you want a new model and textures as well as the text files.

[Edited on 08/28/05 @ 02:51 PM]

Feuer_frei ya ....just make it as cool as you can plz!
Argus003 Installed and like what I see with one exception; the title of the unit comes up as "Unlocalised Placement Text" instead of "Greek Swordsman". Rechecked installation of files and all seem to be entered correctly. Have you run across this one before?

[Edited on 09/16/05 @ 02:02 PM]

dark_shadow89 Hey,

Nice skins. Any cahnce you'd like ot join Troy Total War? PLease reply.

cheers, dark_shadow89
MedievalGamer Hmm.. I like it, but it's not historically accurate. Actual Greek Swordsmen carried one sword and had a shield in the other hand. Many were used in Alexander's army and known largely as "Hypaspists"
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Size:1.08 MB
Added:08/19/05