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Mon Sep 12, 2016 9:29 pm

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More Skyrim modding
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Praise the glitching! (rather early on in Fable anniversary before I even started the quest to Oakvale)

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Sat Dec 10, 2016 11:22 am

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Mon Feb 20, 2017 8:18 pm

How'd you get that red sky? Is that a mod?
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Dick Grayson(Age 12) wrote:QR_BBPOST How'd you get that red sky? Is that a mod?
Using Vivid weathers with True Storms and a patch for them both. Vivid weathers has the best night sky for me.
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Just a couple of Patrols from my Skyrim mod.

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Wed May 10, 2017 2:25 pm

A little story... of Total War.

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Attila the Hun has invaded Germanic territory but had to retreat due to being far outnumbered by the enemy. With a small force he is sepperated from the rest of his Horde.
On the run he is attacked by a force of Westernroman Separatists from Mediolanum (Milan), lead by the experienced General Firmus Dives. The Huns (521 men) erect a small shieldwall on the gentle slopes of a snowy hill to make their stand against a well equipped Roman force that far outnumbers them (1052 men).

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The Romans first send forth their Germanic auxillary cavalry to try to break through the shieldwall but the Hunnish Spearmen stand firmly and fight them off.

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The fighting grows fierce and the Romans are indeed able to make a dent into the shieldwall due to their better training and equippment. But maybe being familar with Hannibal Barca and his victory at Cannae the Huns adapt to the situation and try to outflank the enemy.

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Just when they think they have won the Roman General sends large reinforcements that have advanced under the cover of the trees - a mix of elite Roman troops and more Germanic mercenaries. The Situation for the Huns becomes desperate as they can no longer hope to just defend and slowly break the enemy.

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In this hopeless situation Atilla decides to use his lightly armored mounted Bowmen to fall into the back of the enemy. The combat becomes more and more chaotic as nobody certain whether the Romans will flee first or if all the Huns will be slain by the much more diverse force.

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Slowly but certainly the Huns gain the upper hand again. But Attila realizes that he will have to play one more trump card to assure victory in this very bloody battle.

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Fearlessly he charges the enemy with his five heroic companions. Killing enemies left and right as they panick at the sight of the Scourge of God (that mounted guy on the right).

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The last Romans attempt to flee the battlefield. All who have strength left persue them as best as they could, trying to make prisoners of war.

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Attila rests alone in front of two slain enemies, carrying his composite bow and the Sword of Mars. The mighty Khagan is already planning new conquests, but for now he has to satisfy himself with escaping from enemey territory. The number of surviving Huns is rather low (157), while the Romans have more survivors (285), yet are broken and the head of Firmus Dives decorates a Hunnish spear. The Huns quickly sort out the men among their many prisoners (264) who they can recruit for their Campaign, for who fights with the Huns, is a Hun. The rest is slain before they can attempt to flee or overhelm their captors.

Atilla is wise enough not to attempt the conquest of Mediolanum while his troops are in such a bad shape. Instead he regroups with the Horde in the territory of the Burgandians, who have been tributary to the Huns for years. There he can more or less safely replenish his troops before he again moves over the border to deal with those pesky Barbarians. He achieves a relatively easy victory, because thinking they have proven their superiority, the Germanic troops have mostly returned to their homes.
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Wed May 10, 2017 11:23 pm

I really should find a mod that removes having a twohanded sword on your back for it. Damn Skyrim mods spoiled me.
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Fri May 12, 2017 9:53 am

Finally bought the Age of Charlemagne DLC today and started a campaign with the Lombards. This was the first major battle -

Anno Domini 768, Desiderius, the King of the Lombards, schemes to subject all of Italy to his rule. Abandoned by ist Roman allies in Sicily the Republic of Venice stands alone against the massive Lombard army.

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Not having the means to withstand a siege for long the Doge calls the citizens to arms and attempts to drive the Lombards from the hill on which they camped on their way to Venice. The Lombards slightly outnumber the Venetian force (840 versus 818) and are lead by Mauricios, the Doge, himself.

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Soon the archers begin firing on both sides. The Lombards have a clear advantage on higher ground and inflict heavy casulties on the other side.

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Broken the first Venetian archers flee behind the cover of their spearmen.

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As the spearmen try to smash through the Lombard Heerbann the Venetian light cavalry engages with the enemy. The Lombard Cavalry is supported by a united of Spearmen that has left the shieldwall and thus manages to win.

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The shieldwall withstands the attack and because the Lombards have positioned themselves in a wider formation they can surround the Venetians. Soon the first men start to panick, but the Lombards also suffer great casualties, resulting in some troops temporarily withdrawing from battle. A united of heavy armored Lombard swordsmen cut deep gaps into the Venetian formation. Their equippment and training is far superior to that of the hastily gathered milita.

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After having repulsed a second attempt to outflank the Heerbann with light cavalry personally, the old, battle hardened Desiderius contendly watches his superior troops gaining ground, shouting encouragements to them.

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Gregory, the Doge´s second in command, already departs from the field of battle with his comrades, seeing that further combat is hopeless. And indeed, soon all Venetian troops flee. Many are taken prisoner by the cavalrymen of the enemy, only a few (48 men) return to their homes. Venice falls pretty much without a fight and it´s cititenz are generously spared by the wearer of the Iron Crown of Lombardy in return for their loyalty and utter submission.

What will Charlemagne do once he hears of the proud cities humiliation? Will the same fate befall Rome and the Pope? Warily the Frankish King watches his warmongering rival and wishes he could put an end to his conquests.
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Thu May 18, 2017 1:40 pm

Some Morrowind
Looking towards Sadrith Mora with mainland Morrowind(Tamriel Rebuilt) the background.

Ontop of Red Mountain overlooking Ald-Ruhn

Overlooking the Grazelands from within the Ghostfence(Post main quest just don't know how to turn off the view distance on the blue things)

Looking south of Red Mountain

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Thu May 18, 2017 5:19 pm

A couple of years later... the Lombards have conquered pretty much all of the Italian Peninsula, Corscica and Sardinia, as well as parts of the Frankish Empire. For whatever reason Charlemagne hesitates to send troops on an Italian campaign, enabling Adelchis, the son and heir of Desiderius to take over many cities and take the fight closer and closer to Aachen. Meanwhile Desiderius goes on an eastern campaign, causes the fall and the resteblishment of the Duchy of Croatia and proves that despite being an excommunicated Tyrant he can still kick the ass of the Pagan Avars pretty good and receive tribute from them.

Finally, after his main army under Paladin Roland has already fallen, Charlemagne personally takes charge of a small force and commits raids into the territory taken over by the Lombards.

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However, Adelchis commands twice as many men. They also have better weapons and armor, if you exclude a small unit of the dreaded Frankish Scola Cavalry lead by Charlemagne.

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The Scola however is defeated by the more numerous Lombard Cavalryman before the battle even really starts.

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Charlemagne soon discovers that he won´t repell the invaders soo easily.

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With all of his Bodyguard slain he escapes from the field of battle barely, Lombard arrows riddle his byrnie.

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Now definately considered a bigger threat to Christianity than even the relentless Saracen Desiderius makes an alliance with the Pagan Bohemians to safe his kingdom from complete political Isolation. He is however prevented to cross newly conquered Bohemian lands and take part in the devastation of the Bavarian Duchy of his former friend, Tassilo. Thus he turns his troops west from their base in the Alps and intro Frankish territory. Will he succeeds in beating his rival Charlemagne once and for all and establish a permanent Regnum Italicum (or Kingdom of Italy)?
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Fri Jun 16, 2017 8:49 pm

Lich King Crossovers with everyone.
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Mon Jun 26, 2017 6:02 pm

ROMA INVICTA!
Auxiliarys ready to prove themselves for Rome


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Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:37 pm

Let´s rewrite history again.

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In 772 a small Saxon warband defends the Eresburg against a much stronger Frankish army intend on bringing them under the yoke of Christ and destroy their most holy sanctuary, the legendary Irminsul.

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The only advantages the Saxons have against their better equipped opponents are their javelinemen, whose spears pierce even the best chainmail and two heroic nobles who lead the defence.

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The two forces give no quarter as they fight for the control of one of the last bastions of Germanic Paganism.

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Just when the defenders seem to throw back the Franks a small band of elite swordsmen sneaks past the defenses and gains entrance to the fortress.

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Now even the skirmishers need to join the melee in order to break the will of the confident Christian army since they have used all their ammunition already.

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Meanwhile one of the Saxon leaders bravely defends the sanctuary itself against the sneak attack.

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At last the enemy general is slain by the Saxons and the remaining army hastily flees in an attempt to reach the forests. They are chased by the skirmishers who have drawn their seaxes eager to shed more blood in honor of Tyr... a small group of bowmen tries to no avail to cover the retreat. They are caught by the shores of a lake and slaughtered.
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