SP Musket Era global_map_16th century:the northern hemisphereV1.6(released the PY code)

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Yifeng_konjac

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Just an update to anyone still playing Warband and this mod. The moddb page has updated to 1.8.2 with a bunch of fixed and changes so you might want to check it out. I'm still playing this since my potato can't quite run Bannerlord without stuttering (probably because EA title) but can run warband+this mod with a custom battle size of ~800-1000 no problem. This is still also the only mod I have used that has a very good custom troop tree editor built into the game.

Enjoy and happy hunting!
PS. Yifeng, if you ever come by here again, impressive work. See you in bannerlord!
thank you,the 1.82 update was made by other friends.My version is 1.64,but didn't be translated.
We made another mod,named In The Name of Jerusalem,you can try it.
And we also modding MB2 mod too

see you in bannerlord!
 

Yifeng_konjac

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I also think it's a very interesting mod, but unfortunately I couldn't play it with all those settlement names... They are either wrong or simply random, maybe it's a leftover from the vanilla Warband (don't know, never played unmodded M&B). So I decided to change it myself so I could enjoy this mod much better. I hope Yifeng won't mind.





















I know it's not ideal, some cities are in wrong locations, but it still gives much better experience than Yifeng's names. I also noticed "Bombay" should be "Mumbai" and some other settlements maybe could've been a bit better researched by me, but so far it's ok to me. I did not touch Chinese, Mongolian, Persian or Far-East cities (except Japanese) because I'm no specialist about that region and I trust Yifeng, as a Chinese, knows them better than me. If anyone has any suggestions about city or lord names (which are also wrong in many cases as far as I saw) - I can add them, just post it here. I don't have much time (and will) to do it myself.

If you're interested, just paste these files in your mod's folder. Backup the original first and keep in mind that I'm not a professional modder.


I noticed my changes were not visible until I deleted corresponding csv files from mod's languages/en folder. But I have no idea whether it's necessary or not, as I said - I'm not a "professional" modder. I also have no idea whether you have to start a new game or not to notice the changes. Just experiment, like I did :wink:

Maybe, if I find time and will, I'll try to add new cities. Any helpful research/suggestions would be welcome.
Thank you, I will be serious with the names in bannerlord mod:grin: