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After reaching 100% of loading game crashes, here's the error description
Much to our regret we must report the program has encountered an error.
Please let us know at http://trac.wildfiregames.com/ and attach the crashlog.txt and crashlog.dmp files.
Details: unhandled exception (Access violation reading 0x00000000)
Location: unknown:0 (?)
(error while dumping stack: No stack frames found)
errno = 0 (No error reported here)
OS error = 0 (no error code was set)
I read the same thing Apparently Alexander used Xenophon's works, particularly Anabasis, as a field guide during his expedition into Persia. In his work Περὶ ἱππικῆς (peri hippikēs), "on horsemanship", Xenophon advcates for the use of the Boeotian helmet: "...the Boeotian type [of helmet]. For this not only gives the greatest protection to all the parts above the cuirass, but allows free vision.", which explains Alexander's choice.
If the units level up, maybe you could use Phrygian helmets for the second level (representing Phillip's cavalry) and the Boeotian helmet for the third level (representing Alexander's cav). Or just use the Boeotian one with a very low prevalence of Phrygian ones mixed in (like 1/10). Or just don't use the Phrygian one at all for Macedonian cav?