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add the egyptians, minoics, chinese, ancient korea, ancient japan, and add the incas the mayans and the aztecs only to play with them lol...

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1 hour ago, Sergio said:

add the egyptians, minoics, chinese, ancient korea, ancient japan, and add the incas the mayans and the aztecs only to play with them lol...

 

The good thing about 0.a.d is its easy modification. The egpicios already exist in the Aristeia mod (in the future if someone is willing to model Minoics can be added).   https://0ad.mod.io/aristeia

Chinese are already well developed in Mod Terra Magna.  : https://0ad.mod.io/terra-magna  /// https://0ad.mod.io/delenda-est 

The Incas and the Aztecs arose after the year 1000 AD, they can be added in the future Pre colonial American mod, as well as the post classic Mayans (coff .. coff ...).   

Early Japanese were already in Japan at least before 300 BC.

The preclassic Maya were already well developed at that time as well (new studies come out almost weekly about that) El Mirador was a city in the 1st century BC with at least 80,000 inhabitants, with gigantic structures, engineering, writing and developed calendars.

 

 

I think at that moment the best thing for anyone who wants to add a civ (faction) to the game is to create a mod and make it available to the community.

 

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1 hour ago, Sergio said:

add the egyptians, minoics

The current version of 0 A.D. in development is focusing on the time span 500 BC - 0 AD. Further development in the future could include 0 - 500 AD.

The ancient Egyptian civilization start to collapse after the end of the New Kingdom in 1070 BC. The Minoan civilization vanishes around the same date. So their inclusion in the vanilla version of the game is not planned. However, a mod centered on the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age is planned:

https://wildfiregames.com/forum/index.php?/forum/420-aristeia/

1 hour ago, Sergio said:

chinese

The Han dynasty of ancient China is a candidate for the game as a new civ. You should try the mod of @wowgetoffyourcellphone, he already included this civilization.

See his mod there:

https://wildfiregames.com/forum/index.php?/forum/448-delenda-est/

You can download a mod by following those guides:

https://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/Modding_Guide

 

2 hours ago, Sergio said:

ancient korea, ancient japan, and add the incas the mayans and the aztecs only to play with them lol...

About them, the mod Terra Magna is planning to include much more Asian, American and African civilization.

https://www.moddb.com/mods/rote

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2 hours ago, Sergio said:

the mayans

1 hour ago, badosu said:

Mayans tho, not in the same development level unfortunately

33 minutes ago, Lopess said:

as well as the post classic Mayans (coff .. coff ...).   

Sorry to interrupt, but the plural of Maya is Maya or Mayas, but not Mayans. Nobody writes Quechuans either (or Incans, I hope). Getting Mauryans [sic] in 0 A.D. corrected into Mauryas was already difficult enough.

3 minutes ago, Genava55 said:

The Han dynasty of ancient China is a candidate for the game as a new civ. You should try the mod of @wowgetoffyourcellphone, he already included this civilization.

Actually they're included in the Terra Magna mod (A23) available via the in game mod downloader; improvements are made in a separate mod: https://github.com/0ADMods/han_china (A24).

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5 minutes ago, Nescio said:

Sorry to interrupt, but the plural of Maya is Maya or Mayas, but not Mayans. Nobody writes Quechuans either (or Incans, I hope). Getting Mauryans [sic] in 0 A.D. corrected into Mauryas was already difficult enough.

Actually they're included in the Terra Magna mod (A23) available via the in game mod downloader; improvements are made in a separate mod: https://github.com/0ADMods/han_china (A24).

 

I'm sorry I'm not an English speaker so these mistakes happen (I think that's the case for most people here too), but it's always good to learn something new :banana:

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Just one example in the wonderful Google Chrome automatic translator (I have to abandon this urgently) Your translation is as follows when translated to Portuguese "Desculpe interromper, mas o plural de maia é maia ou maia, mas não maia."   :LOL: 

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4 minutes ago, Lopess said:

I'm sorry I'm not an English speaker so these mistakes happen (I think that's the case for most people here too), but it's always good to learn something new :banana:

There is no need to apologize, most people have different mother tongues. Moreover, many (most?) native English people are unable to write their own language properly. However, I just noticed three different people in a row making the same mistake, therefore I felt the need to speak out. If people are aware something is wrong, they're hopefully less likely to repeat the same mistake.

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36 minutes ago, Genava55 said:

The current version of 0 A.D. in development is focusing on the time span 500 BC - 0 AD. Further development in the future could include 0 - 500 AD.

Actually it's 500–1 BC and AD 1–500. The year 0 does not exist (which is why it was chosen as the name of the game :)).

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Just now, Nescio said:

Actually it's 500–1 BC and AD 1–500. The year 0 does not exist (which is why it was chosen as the name of the game :)).

Yes I know but I didn't want to be confusing for new member of the forum.

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yes the developers can add them, well, I think some will not, but most of them can be, by period of time they can enter to the game dude...

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China is one of the four ancient civilizations in the world, and China's written history dates back to the Shang dynasty (1600 BC - 1046 BC), more than 3,000 years ago. Before 1600 BC. China was primarily mapped by prehistoric legends and evidence. The ancient Chinese era was 1600 BC. - 221 BC. The imperial era was 221 BC. - AD 1912, from the unification of China under the Qin government to the end of the Qing dynasty, the era of the Republic of China since 1912, and the modern Chinese era since 1949.

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From a temporal point of view, the long history of Mayan culture begins in the Formative and extends until the Spanish Conquest. It covers, therefore, about 2,600 years, separated into three periods: Formative, between the 10th century BC. C. and the third century AD. C .; Classical (III to X centuries AD); and Postclassic, from the tenth century to the Conquest. "they are already in decline when the Spanish arrived"...

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Mesoamerican civilizations: The civilization that the Mexica called Olmeca, one of the oldest in America,
developed on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico approximately between 1200 and 400 BC, and spread to the Central Valley of Mexico, Guatemala 
and El Salvador. The astronomy, architecture and art of this ancient culture influenced both the Mayans and the Aztecs.
Of the Olmecs, the monumental stone head sculptures, the small stone and blue jade sculptures, the hieroglyphic writing,
and the irrigation systems that crossed the cities and supported agricultural production are famous. The game of the ball and the cult of the jaguar-child were two of the symbolic characteristics of this ancient civilization Later, between 200 B.C. and 500 A.D. A culture was developed in the Central
Valley whose main city was Teotihuacán. Its pyramids of the Sun and the Moon and the famous temple to Quetzalcoatl
(the feathered serpent, called Kukulkán or Gukumatz among the Maya, an important hero-god of Mesoamerican cultures) are preserved...
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Incas
The Quechua culture that developed in the Peruvian Andes in the years 1430 AD is known by the name of the Inca Civilization. and lasted until 1532 A.D. The origins of this civilization are lost in the myth and legend that had as its nucleus of religious and ceremonial activities, the city of Cusco considered as "The Navel of the World". You were right the Incas are after christ oh man and the Aztecs too (T_T)... and we don't know much about the olmecs and the teotihucanos dude, and they were quite dead when the Aztecs swarmed around (T_T)...

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The Teotihuacan culture is one of the most mysterious pre-Columbian cultures on the continent, whose origins and disappearance constitute debate among scholars. Only the ruins of what was once its largest city, Teotihuacán, remain today, an area of archaeological monuments of tourist and anthropological interest, characterized by its great pyramids. Even so, the influence of this culture on its Mesoamerican neighbors is known, judging by the presence of its imagery in other archaeological centers. In fact, Teotihuacán was an important pilgrimage center for the later Aztec culture, who saw in the already abandoned city a point of religious revelations. This city is considered to have been the equivalent of the enormous and ancient imperial Rome in its context and influence, judging by clearly Teotihuacan reasons in the ruins of Tikal or Chichen Itzá. See also: Zapotec culture.

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Korea's history is very rich and very old. Archaeological and linguistic evidence suggests that Koreans were originally people who spoke Altaic languages from southern / central Siberia, 1 who populated ancient Korea in successive waves from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age.2 The adoption of the system Chinese writing ("Hanja" in Korean) in the 2nd century BC and Buddhism in the fourth century had profound effects on the Three Kingdoms of Korea. Korea was unified by Emperor Taejo of the Goryeo dynasty in 936. Goryeo was a highly developed state and created Jikji in the 14th century, using the world's first movable type printing press. The Mongol invasions in the 13th century, however, weakened the country and it was converted into a tributary state. After the collapse of the Mongol Empire, the political dispute continued and Goryeo was replaced by the Joseon dynasty in 1388.

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Until the Viking Age began, at the end of the 8th century, Scandinavia went through a long evolution of thousands of years, the beginning of which we will go back to the presence of the first settlers, hunter, fisherman and gatherer peoples who began to arrive towards the 12,000 BC both to the southern part of the peninsula and to the territories of Denmark. It is
believed that the arrival of the first settlers would have coincided with a moment in which a climatic change took place that favored a substantial softening of the climate in the area, which in turn caused an increase in the flora of the territory; This was covered with a layer of tundra that was evolving in the appearance of evergreen forests and deciduous forests that attracted new species of animals that endowed the area with new fauna. These animals that are likely to be hunted and consumed are the ones that, in the end, attracted the first hunting and gathering peoples, still nomadic peoples that began to inhabit the lowest area of Scandinavia, a territory that is considered more or less sporadically populated. from the Mesolithic, around 8,200 BC
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On 6/14/2020 at 8:38 AM, Nescio said:

There is no need to apologize, most people have different mother tongues. Moreover, many (most?) native English people are unable to write their own language properly. However, I just noticed three different people in a row making the same mistake, therefore I felt the need to speak out. If people are aware something is wrong, they're hopefully less likely to repeat the same mistake.

Is difficult because Mayas and Mayas are same  in english or Spanish.

the difference must be The Mayas and los mayas.

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1 hour ago, Sergio said:


Korea's history is very rich and very old. Archaeological and linguistic evidence suggests that Koreans were originally people who spoke Altaic languages from southern / central Siberia, 1 who populated ancient Korea in successive waves from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age.2 The adoption of the system Chinese writing ("Hanja" in Korean) in the 2nd century BC and Buddhism in the fourth century had profound effects on the Three Kingdoms of Korea. Korea was unified by Emperor Taejo of the Goryeo dynasty in 936. Goryeo was a highly developed state and created Jikji in the 14th century, using the world's first movable type printing press. The Mongol invasions in the 13th century, however, weakened the country and it was converted into a tributary state. After the collapse of the Mongol Empire, the political dispute continued and Goryeo was replaced by the Joseon dynasty in 1388.

any dynasty late to 500 AD will be no included. and we are total  focus in Classical world. Africa, Middle east and Europe.

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