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  1. i like horse update very much. But some cavalry units have not reins like Ptolemaic and Carthagains. It would be nice champion cavalry horses have head crest like seleucid heavy armored horses, perhaps without feathers. Crest only.
  2. Hamilcar Barca: portaits are very rare in web, but some source here
  3. is this building in mod only? would be nice if it is in main game.
  4. @wackyserious can u add this macedonian textures on seleucid pikemen?
  5. @Alexandermb i wish your all good things on this world and i hope your country will get back his normally situation without limitations. Pls keep your works for this amazing game and community, look forward and have nice time with our family. i am sad about the situatuon in your county and your grandfather
  6. Helmets are pretty outdate: Some ideas for new helmets, inspirated by rome 2: Konos helmet Phrygian helmet (short top) Chalkaspides helmet Boeotian helmet All helmet in overview:
  7. Do u take this shields over celtic swordmen at ptolemaic and carthagian fractions? Sorry for noob english
  8. Tarantine Cavalry The Seleucids employed a number of Tarantine cavalry, either as mercenaries or – more likely – equipped and trained in the "Tarantine fashion". They were present at the Battle of Panium[49] and the Battle of Magnesia. Epilektoi At the Daphne parade, there was also a regiment of 'picked', known as Epilektoi, horsemen, numbering 1,000. The Epilektoi were most likely recruited from the city of Larissa, which was founded by colonists from Larissa on the Greek mainland. After the loss of Media, the main recruiting ground for the Agema, to the Parthians, the Epilektoi were given the title and role of the Agema by Alexander Balas. They are best used where the decisive action will take place, either to force their way through enemy infantry, or to repulse the heavy cavalry of the other Greek states. Toxotai syriakoi (implanted) Kardouchoi Pantodapoi These Kurdish spearmen were provided by the client-kingdom of Media Atropatene. Antiochus III, after breaking Molon’s revolt, invaded Atropatene, who had declared itself fully autonomous, and established it as a client-kingdom once again. Being a client-kingdom, Atropatene was obliged to supply the Seleucids with manpower. The Kurdish soldiers supplied by Atropatene were levy spearmen with little training and poor arms. Armed with a basic spear, no armour and a large wicker sparabara shield, they can take on other levy and light troop and hold their own against light cavalry. They have poor moral and will be the first to break when the odds are stack against them since they have little commitment to the Seleucid cause. But they are cheap, expendable units, a means for a strategos to preserve and not bleed out his Seleucid troops proper.
  9. Will get Black Cloak Champions (Athenians & Spartians) Phrygian Helmets?
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