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    Default Your BC screenshots

    Here are some of my BC screenshots. Add your own.

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    Last edited by Copperknickers; 03-05-2008 at 20:05.
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    Default Re: Your BC screenshots

    What graphics setting is that on?

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    Default Re: Your BC screenshots

    High unit detail, medium vegetation, no grass though. Not absolutly top graphics, but high enough. I have edited them, btw
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    Default Re: Your BC screenshots

    Another one.

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    Where's your head at? Member Galain_Ironhide's Avatar
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    Some really good screenshots there!

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    You most use a picture editor like the photoshop

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    This is in my Abbasid campaign, I was facing the mongols at Ergench. Most of there horde had been destroyed or scratched down to small armies. My empire streches from Iraq down in to Arabia and up in to Afghanistan and across into northern India. The mongols posed a threat to me and so I tried to kill as many leaders as possible with assassins and I bribed as many armies as possible. One of my assassins failed to kill one of them and so he was caught and killed, so that is how I ended up at war with them. Once they took Ergench I declared a Jihad on the place so I could unite all of the Arab nations against them. I came up with a horde 10 times bigger than theirs and I kept on luring them in and surrounding them. This battle here is near Ergench and it was unfortunately a clear defeat. but 2 turns later I was able to take Ergench with eight armies and the Mongol dispersed.
    Was that your brother I killed, you all look alike to me.
    My Saka's shall run over you until our arrows are in your back, not even the great Selukid king could stand against us and now our great empire stretches from The great homelands to their precious Selukia.

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    Nice pic, it looks like you've got a nice rig. :)

    I faced the Mongols as a small but strong Khwarezm and they nearly were the end of me...here's from when the Mongols were outside Urgench - it was one of those all or nothing battles...if they win, I'd lose my major citadel and the ability to reinforce quickly (if at all, since Bukhara just got sacked). But if I won, they'd be down to two stacks and easily dispersed. After 40-odd years of fighting, I won and took out the horde. :D

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    However there will be a few stragglers, that's why I had 20 armies.
    Was that your brother I killed, you all look alike to me.
    My Saka's shall run over you until our arrows are in your back, not even the great Selukid king could stand against us and now our great empire stretches from The great homelands to their precious Selukia.

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