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Adventure in the East is a semi-historical mod for Mount and Blade: Warband, taking place in the Middle East in the year of 634.


Some of the features:

- Story campaign

- 9 starting factions : Roman Empire, Rashidun Caliphate, Sassanid Empire, Avar Khaganate, Bulgar Khanate, Satrapy of the Alans, Kingdom of Aksum, Kingdom of Makuria and Western Gökturks.

- Rebels can create Armenia and Judea if they manage to capture settlements

- Small tribes can establish minor kingdoms

- Many historical lords and other characters

- A lot features reworked and added such as dueling which gives the player the ability to face enemies in single combat

- Large battles

- New quests

- Bandits can raid villages

- New RPG elements (for example, Persuasion skill is now useful and can be used to negotiate with characters)

- New graphics and music which creates an immersive atmosphere

- A detailed map

- Diplomacy 4.2, Motomataru's Campaign AI Fixes and Tweaks, Freelancer 1.5 (bug fixed) and FormAI mods integrated


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Credits :
Rise of Islam
Sands of Faith
Bellum Imperi
Hispania 1200
Imperium Garaecorum
Crusade against Jihad
12th
Imperial Rome
Juice late Roman pack
Total War Atilla
(LSP) Roman Era buildings
Brytenwalda Helmets pack
Theodosian Wall pack
rgcotl roman pack
Italian Pack
 
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rogo77

Recruit
Hi mad_scientiss, you update your mod very frequently. Are updates compatible with saves of previous versions? (TLD has got a mechanism implemented which updates old saves.)
Best regards, rogo
 
TLD is one of the biggest projects in the franchise spanning years of creation by tens of contributors; few teams can afford the mod's sophisticated innovations such as updating old saves.
TLD has got a mechanism implemented which updates old saves.
 

rogo77

Recruit
TLD is one of the biggest projects in the franchise spanning years of creation by tens of contributors; few teams can afford the mod's sophisticated innovations such as updating old saves.
TLD is open source, so the mechanism could easily be adapted to other projects, if it's a priority. Which you didn't answer. (I just took a look at the code. It's really not that complicated.)
 
TLD is open source, so the mechanism could easily be adapted to other projects, if it's a priority. Which you didn't answer. (I just took a look at the code. It's really not that complicated.)
Answer what? I did not look into it, so I could not tell, but yes, TLD is LSP.
 

KEYFEKEDER

Veteran
This mod looks pretty identical to the Rise of Islam, but i guess you got a bunch of new stuff worth to go back to the good old Warband
 
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