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    Default Completeness of the Celts.

    How complete are the Celtic (Aedui, Aruernoi and Boii) factions? Was is missing?

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    EBII Hod Carrier Member QuintusSertorius's Avatar
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    Default Re: Completeness of the Celts.

    There are some regional units missing, but the core units are done. Various scripted events and such aren't done yet, though they have their military reforms in.

    No faction in the game is close to complete, we're still working on lots of elements. Completeness isn't really going to be a useful measure of which faction to play.
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    Default Re: Completeness of the Celts.

    Their core rosters are mostly done, and they've got lots of new traits/ancillaries for 2.3.

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    Default Re: Completeness of the Celts.

    Is the EDU with its placeholder entries (names without stats) a useful indicator of units that are definitely planned?




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    EBII Hod Carrier Member QuintusSertorius's Avatar
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    Default Re: Completeness of the Celts.

    Quote Originally Posted by athanaric View Post
    Is the EDU with its placeholder entries (names without stats) a useful indicator of units that are definitely planned?
    No; most of those have been cleared out, and those that remain aren't necessarily suggestive of what might be.
    It began on seven hills - an EB 1.1 Romani AAR with historical house-rules (now ceased)
    Heirs to Lysimachos - an EB 1.1 Epeiros-as-Pergamon AAR with semi-historical houserules (now ceased)
    Philetairos' Gift - a second EB 1.1 Epeiros-as-Pergamon AAR


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    Default Re: Completeness of the Celts.

    The Arevaci have a ton of interesting new features, like different offices for family members, a colony system, a whole bunch of new traits. Oh and the best part is they have a new unique music! Definitely recommend.

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