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23 hours ago, stanislas69 said:

@Le Druide Gaulois What was that building supposed to be ?

I read that Tang Dynasty used fortified temples.

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:jawdrop:thanks so much for modeling that concept of mine! You made it look increible! This was suposed to be the civ center for the Part-II (or even Renaissance) Japanese. I modeled it after some dojo structures.

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Nice new Saxon buildings, Stan! :thumbsup:

I think though that the new carolingian texture is too dark (or at least, the yellowish wall texture is)

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The wooden base is indeed quite lengthy, though the footprint is not bigger than f.e. the Athen dock. Maybe you could shorten it a small bit and put a pile of barrel / crates somewhere in the middle of that wooden base to make it a tad better looking?

A big thumbsup to the Anglo-Saxon blacksmith btw, it looks incredible! :thumbup:

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It's the saxon church indeed :) I based it on osprey drawings It becomes bigger during the 10th and 11th century so I assumed it would be smaller before. I'd  say Chapel ?

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Is there any possibility that as the player advances in age the church may grow and changes its form (Age of Empires style)? Or perhaps it stays the same, but if the player wants to build a second church it will be bigger and in accordance of the architectural style of the age/stage it was built.

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On 6/11/2016 at 4:38 AM, wowgetoffyourcellphone said:

I think this should be the Gallic farmstead in Public mod:

The one they have the presently is too big.

I agree.

@stanislas69 Where can I find the file? I'd like to do some changes to the texture if you're ok with it.

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