Though i┤ve been playing more then one Roman campain myself, i pretty much enjoy your AAR without getting bored, moriluk. The combination of event descriptions with screenshots in a single picture makes it very easy to follow the stories, though i┤m usualy not a big friend of a "comic style" ( so to say ). I also quite agree with changes like removing the year requirements for the reforms to take place, and the "Legionary Name" attribute for your troops. I, for myself, always wanted to edit the merc files to allow the Romans to hire their factional troops as mercenaries, but this would mostly make sence when SPQR is controlled by AI ( to sylbolize the ease, and the advantage, of the Romans in raising legions in short period of time, and not seeing their armies mostly made up of Greek and Celtic warriors ), but mercs on RTW engine can┤t be faction specific, pity. Keep up the writings, and good luck.
@ vollerix "comic style" is sort of what this is. And the funny thing is I don't even like comic books.
As for the other stuff you mentioned I am using the minimod. Most of the cool changes were done by konny and Darth Stalin.
@Seleucid, I am using power point 2010. A feature called artistic effect. which is quite fun and easy to use.
Last edited by moriluk; 11-22-2012 at 03:48.
I was going to just post images from imageshack as I am tired of the loading pics. Kinda lame. But imageshack doesn't seem to be working right now. Perhaps next post...
I am in 204 BC, the aar is in 220's. Slowly getting there. I guess it wasn't built in a day. I was grooming an awesome young guy to be my marian wannabe but his grandfather stole the spotlight. I forgot it is only Augustus who needs to be faction heir.