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    Default "chaining" historical/custom battles?

    Both Shogun and Medieval allowed you to chain together a set of historical battles, fight one, advance to next, etc.

    can we do the same in Rome?

    (and if so how)
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    Default Re: "chaining" historical/custom battles?

    You couldn't do it in the same way as in STW or MTW, but it can be done differently. Imagine the Prologue, but pretend on the campaign map that your banners are moved for you. Basically, it'd all be done by a script that would control the campaign map and let you fight on the battle map. I know The_Mark's been looking into this sort of thing, Myrddraal would be a good person to talk to as well.
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