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    Default Re: On-line guide for PMTW 1.5

    Because of HOF 2006 awards I decided to place some screenshots here under spoilers. It is to give the fair chance to the people who do not know this mod - because reading so many pages of pure text is a little boring I think.

    campaign level

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    general difficulty level is much higher


    - nope, they are not peasants...






    new portraits





    new event pictures





    new faction shields




    numerous new resources - every single one has its use...





    new use for old crusade




    muslim army figures





    european army invades



    many (over 200) new offices have been added





    over 700 units - most with well written descriptions - PMTW 2.0 will have them finished



    OVER 70 new buildings - often faction specific such as those for

    Morocco



    and Montenegro



    some are really special such as this 'your own' state structure



    or these military reforms



    not to mention old favourites...




    over 60 factions even so small as those

    Morocco

    The state of Berber nomads, religious fanatics, vangeful Moors, conquerors of of golden states of Africa and camels.



    Hessen-Kassel

    the most loyal Swedish allies



    Wallachia

    during the time of the damn stubborn Michael the Brave




    numerous (over 150) historical heroes




    campaigns with all new factions




    8 historical battles are present in the mod (some in the one historical campaign)


    Klushino 1610

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    Default Re: On-line guide for PMTW 1.5

    some infantry
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    pikemen in morions



    Haiduks






    Ottoman Yenicheri



    Zaporozhian Cossacks



    Ottoman Tufekci infantry



    Musketeers in morion helmets



    Musketeers in hats




    and with lighter muskets




    Montenegrin Hajduci



    Russian Streltsy




    Iroquis warhost

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    Default Re: On-line guide for PMTW 1.5

    some cavalry

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    French Royal Musketeers



    persian Kizilbash cavalry





    Circassian cavalry





    free lancer from early XVIth century



    elite sipahi - note western shape of their helmets



    Spanish Archeros



    Petronels



    Russian Oprychniki



    Ottoman Delil





    IRONSIDES



    Moldavian cavalry



    early lancers



    Line cavalry



    Hungarian Rac





    Cossack cavalry



    Polish militia ( Szlachta)



    Kozacy



    Pancerni cavalry



    various Tartar cavalry (some with TWO mounts)







    Florentian Bande Nere shooting at Milanese pikemen



    The final version of Persian cavalry



    Reiters charging - notice they way they are holding their pistols - it was useful to make the lock working better.



    Albanian Stradiotti in venetian service - notice the double bladed throwing spear called assagaye



    Ottoman Timarli Sipahi



    Circassian Tiley - in other words Kensai is back !



    Eastern light cavalry with carbines - not so impressive, but one of my favourite.





    Ethiopian cavalry



    Finnish Hakkapelitta



    new Hungarian Huszárok


    Spanish Herruello


    Polish Husaria









    Polish Husaria with one wing


    Polish Husaria with two wings with longsword



    and with pistol



    English Border Reivers



    two types of cuirassiers

    in open helmet from early XVIIth century





    and earlier ones


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    Default Re: On-line guide for PMTW 1.5

    SPECIAL abilities unique to this mod.

    Ski infantry - interesting in MP battles, very fast and agile infantry,

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    One of 3 ski units in the game.












    mounted infantry - fights as infantry, moves as horsemen

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    Uzbek infantry on camels



    Ottoman Tufekci mounted infantry




    Russian Draguny




    Polish dragoons





    The animations are used by other eastern european units - red will remain as their uniform colour as it should be.

    Here are Croat cavalrymen



    imperial dragoons





    ordinary, western ones





    French dragoons from late XVIIth century







    warwagons - something I am really proud of

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    even more interesting - field fortifications !

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    these are available by special new addition to the game - 'changing the battle mode' which replaces 'dismounting' and expands it to new levels i.e. infantry 'dismounting' to other infantry or cavalry - same with cavalry and even artillery...

    new map and other things to come with PMTW 2.0

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    PMTW 2.0 is coming

    some screens from the 4th campaign Lion of the North

    Bohemian musketeers



    Courland cuirassiers attack Pomeranian militia



    Palatinate cuirassiers fight militia of Munster Bishopric



    militia of Ragusan republic



    The final starting positions of the factions in the campaign



    and finally English Civil Wars - the 5th campaign - almost a mod on its own

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