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  1. I'm thinking that the Peloponnesian War is a prefect spot to create not just a DLC but a new TW game. With bigger map and adding Magna Grecia area with Syracuse and more cities. I enjoy the 12 turns per year, but I don't like at this DLC the system with the united areas with capital (Sparta-Messini-Pylos-Kythira) you know. It's much better to let the cities free at a Peloponnesian War like Shogun

  2. If you like this dlc or if you dont like it, i highly recommend everyone to try the mod called HELLENIKA which is a mod absolutely for wrath of sparta. Its the best mod for total war i played so far and its a total overhaul, it adds many units all of them historical accurate and many changes to the campaign .. everything based on reality and history. Search for it on steam workshop and if you decide to download it make sure to read the guide and manual so you can play it properly.. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=656921464

  3. The reason you get the major diplomatic penalty is to reflect history. As soon as one faction became too powerful the others would turn on it. It's what kept the fighting going for so long.

  4. If you like this dlc or if you dont like it, i highly recommend everyone to try the mod called HELLENIKA which is a mod absolutely for wrath of sparta. Its the best mod for total war i played so far and its a total overhaul, it adds many units all of them historical accurate and many changes to the campaign .. everything based on reality and history. Search for it on steam workshop and if you decide to download it make sure to read the guide and manual so you can play it properly.. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=656921464

  5. it pissed me off that Athens didn't have the acropolis. The long walls were cool but this era followed the Golden age of greece. I was shocked because in the base game, you could build the acropolis but you couldn't in Wrath of Sparta

  6. I just wish I could get a mod or something for the vanilla game to add more provinces/make the ones we have smaller. add some new factions too. Guess it's not possible like in Shogun 2?

  7. I considered buying this mod because the date this takes place is when Egypt was still ruled by itself and not the Persians or Greeks. But the Campaign is only limited to Greece so… Never mind.

  8. I don't get it. Historical accuracy is what I think makes this DLC campaign the best of all Rome II DLC campaigns. This map is extremely detailed and has a nice 12 turns per year system. Furthermore, people keep complaining about the unit rosters when it is near perfectly historically accurate. So I guess total war players barely care about historical accuracy and want really unrealistic units in the game? I think the only problem is how overpriced the campaign is, but if you get it on offer its well worth the price, unless players continue whining over unit rosters and how "boring" the campaign is.

  9. Sure there's a lack of unit diversity but what can you expect when it's a DLC set in classical Greece?? I really enjoyed this campaign to be honest as it's one of my favourite eras from history. Not including Syracuse was a miss though

  10. I actually don't mind the lack of variety. After all, pretty much all Greek warfare was hoplite-based. It would have been nice to see units like the Sacred Band of Thebes, or chariots for Persia. Persia could probably do with some hoplites too, as they had mercenaries.

    There's a game called 'Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece', which covers a larger area than 'Wrath of Sparta', and is set in the period of the Peloponnesian Wars to the death of Phillip II of Macedon, with some different and very interesting gameplay. I'd recommend it to anyone who didn't like 'Wrath of Sparta' (and even those who did). And yes, Persia has hoplites, and Thebes has the Sacred Band.

  11. Really, if they had just put Sicily and Southern Italy on the map I would buy it. Really ridiculous some of the historical over-sites CA makes. I think the mods have been carrying their games for years now–the mods with goals of history and realism are the only reason I play them.

  12. I hate how people are like BIGGER ROSTERS, BIGGER ROSTERS, but really… are you going to pick that unit that looks different but statistically worse? Or are you going to spam the better one, you're going to spam the better one and completely disregard the rest. I've noticed throughout my playthroughs of campaigns with a lot of unit packs, I tend to not use 90% of the added units because I just go for the best. So why would you want a bigger unit roster if you're most likely not going to use said units anyways. Just food for thought…

  13. Was I the only one to notice that the shields in Rome 2 are all held the same way at a single point, when hoplons should be held by strap and harness (2 points of contact)? Lazy much?

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