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    New Member Member Ulpian's Avatar
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    Default How to beat a Rome?

    Hello everyone,

    I guess this question has already been asked on this forum many times, but I couldn't find it. I don't know where to put my question, so if I made a mistake, please move it to the appropriate thread. I know it will be a funny question for serie Veterans, but I started playing Total War a few days ago.
    I don't know how to achieve the campaign goal - get a Rome.

    It is about 295 BC. Suddenly a message appears that Octavian August will be born in about 200 years. The number of turns to win Rome is 0. But sometimes it was less (for example -4) and I could play. I will be extremely grateful for your answer!

    P.S. Sorry for my English. ;)
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    Default Re: How to beat a Rome?

    IIRC, the Prologue is for practice and there is no win or loss

    Just start a full or short campaign, which starts in 270BCE, with any playable faction. You can edit the game file as described here:

    https://forums.totalwar.com/discussi...k-all-factions

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    Default Re: How to beat a Rome?

    Thank you so much for your advice! Let the gods bless you! :)

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