Near france, in the western europe...If you're in Morocco and start walking to the north, you should be able to reach it...
Really now, I don't think Spain would have been necessary...
Have you taken a look at the map? I believe it's pretty much complete with the factions it already have...and by the way, how was Spain sopposed to appear in a mod that focus mainly on the eastern crusades?
Even tough othr has added some factions, 1257edition start as an attempt to recreate the vanilla factions as they should have been in the real life...and since in the mod they are based to the Medieval eastern factions...I don't really think that Spain would fit that much in a mod that starts with this intents...
Anyway I believe other has done a good opera by adding some new factions, even while he has left out many other important factions, as Spain may be...
I got all of the same problems. Also, when i started it in quick start, for debugging, i noticed that there are two stirlings in scotland. Not sure if this is intentional or not, im not a big history buff.
OK thanks, there shouldn't be more than one
Got a bug, or at least somehting that shouldn't be there.
When you create a character you cannot progress beyond killing two looters. There is no way out of the area, you cannot push tab to eave, and no NPC comes either.
also i get a warning saying something a long the lines of "Warning unable to find material lamella_armour_a.lod"
Sorry if it has allready been mentioned
Started the quick start, and is looking good.
One problem is that you have got Liverpool on the border between Wales and England, half way down the border, it should be much more north than that, nearr Beesten castle. Perhaps Chester would have been a better choice of town as that was a major seat of power?
I need to take a look at how the starting quest progresses, I guess it's more involved than I originally thought. That's why you're stuck, I guess I missed that there is yet another stage to it.
I'll fix that error message, it's pretty harmless.
I have a list of English settlements to change, Raule did a wonderful job with research. I have Bristol, Durham, Canterbury and Norwich as candidates for the replacement of some of the cities. There is also lots of castles and villages that will be renamed.
Henry III was a sly dog
And in a great helm too?! Doh, thanks for the heads up
You see, the thing about adding factions is they have to have their enemies added as well. I'd like to see some dynamic action between factions, and conflicts in the mod are meant to be localized. That means no wars between factions that don't neighbour each other. So I'd have to add more factions and then it would snowball out of control.
Maybe with time Spain will make it into the mod. For now the priority is to get the mod stable.
I found a bug for you. I went into the training camp and wanted to spar with some of my men to get them ready for a fight I saw coming. I am not sure where the fight was taking place but it looked like a stor room of some kind. Only one of the guys I selected to fight was with in my reach, the other two were up in some kind of loft and I couldn't get up there.
Found another bug for you just now. The war horses that take on your colors are invisible, at least mine was. I don't know if this is beacouse I don't have a baner and fief just yet or if it some thing that actualy needs fixing.
All in all the port seems very sucseful. It will be nice once you get all the kinks worked out. I kind of feel cheep starting out with all the money and a nice army right out of the gate.
1257 would be a complicated year for the Iberian Peninsula. Not only do you have the Christian Kingdoms of Navarre, Leon, Castile, Aragon, and Portugal, but you also the Emirate of Granada. In essence, it is a region much to itself in this early era and would be a headache to incorporate faction-wise.
I am afraid I have no new bugs to report besides those before mentioned, but I will certianly make sure to report any others I come across.
No, they never officially reach France. But after the Battle of Legnica and the Battle of Mohi, virtually no European army put up much resistance against the Mongol horde. So, Mongol raiding forays were spotted as far as the Balkan, Greece, and various places in Western Europe.
Yes, they never officially got to France, there was a sighting of a Mongol raiding party that far west though. Europe stood wide open for their advance but due to the death of the great Khan and possibly issues with grazing grounds for their many horses the Mongols just went back East.
They attempted new raids in 1258 but by that time the Europeas had learned how to fight them effectively, and even though they did cause damage, they were never very successful after that point.