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  • An added thing to make your people happy (or sometimes, as the case may be, unhappy) is religion

    • by englishdude
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      Rome Total War: Barbarian invasion, is an expansion pack for Rome: Total War, but unlike most expansions, it gives an entirely different game. In Rome: Total war, the game was about the rise of Rome.

      Time has passed, and this game is about the decline of Rome (if you play well, you can preserve most of the empire).

      Some of the factions are new, but most are just


      differently named.

      The main difference is the units, much has changed since Rome: Total War ended, and it shows, especially in the Romans, but not so much in the uncivilized faction.

      An added thing to make your people happy (or sometimes, as the case may be, unhappy) is religion.

      There are three types of religion your people can worship Christian, Pagan, (sometimes including human sacrifice, gruesome) and Zoastrastrisiam ...


      • (try to say it ten times in a row).

        What your people worship, or mainly worship, is based on a few things; what religious buildings are in the settlement, what the leaders, or governors in those territories believe, (including those of enemies) and surrounding settlements, the more people around you believe something, the harder it is to convince them otherwise.

        It can be a very hard job to

        keep order in a Christian settlement surrounded by Pagan ones.

        Builds on the success of the original game, but still is very hard to win.

        One thing that makes it easier to find a faction you like is, all the playable factions are available the first time you play, and you don’t have to go through the game to get them.

        There is another expansion available, based on Alexander and his conquests.




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