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The Greek States Culture Pack adds a new playable Culture including three new playable Factions to Total War: ROME II; for use in Single or Multiplayer Campaign modes and Custom and Multiplayer Battles.

The Greek States Culture Pack adds diplomatic Athens, shrewd Epirus and formidable Sparta as playable factions. Each offers range of special tactics to achieve cultural and martial victories, and lethal elite units to crush foes in battle.

The Greek States share a number of common goals, philosophies and general diplomatic aims. However, they are defined by their fierce independence and between them demonstrate a huge variety in approach to civil and military challenges that often brings them into conflict with the wider world, and each other.

New Features:

New Playable Factions – Athens, Epirus and Sparta each offer a unique new way to experience the campaign, with their own rosters of powerful military units, distinct traits and play styles.
The Athenian pursuit of enlightenment grants them technological and cultural bonuses; Sparta’s dominance over the Helots allows them to maintain a larger slave population; and Epirus enjoys bonuses to settlement exploitation stemming from their village-confederation origins.

New Cultural Traits – All Greek States benefit from a bonus in battle when defending their own or an allied territory, a bonus to wealth generated by their capitals and an increase to the rate of cultural conversion within their borders.

New Cultural Objectives – Greek States have their own new set of military, economic and cultural victory conditions, as well as sharing a unique set of bonus objectives drawn from Greek history. Additionally, each faction will have to contend with its unique events and dilemmas.

New Military Traditions – Each of the Greek States has a unique top-tier military tradition: Athenian fleets may be honoured as Children of the Aegaean, improving the ramming ability of their ships whilst allowing them to secure more income when raiding; Spartan armies may be remembered as Peers of Leonidas, improving their melee defense capabilities and reducing their upkeep; the armies of Epirus may be feared as Hounds of Molossus, granting them greater charge bonuses whilst allowing them to keep public order problems in check.

New Units:

In addition to the intimidating unit rosters of each faction now playable for the first time, the Greek States Culture Pack introduces a variety of unique and especially elite and deadly forces.

Mercenary Veteran Hoplites – [available to all playable factions]
From glistening spear points to earth-shaking tread, a phalanx is a sight and sound to inspire dread. With these veteran hoplites, that dread is sold to the highest bidder.

Thureos Hoplites – [Available to Athens]
While the linen breastplates worn by these men may look flimsy, they are cool, practical and surprisingly tough. As with all hoplites, the men inside are also practical and tough warriors.

Thorax Hoplites – [Unique to Athens]
These heavy hoplites are marked by their bronze breastplate armour, a sign of wealth and status. They are armed with spears and hoplon shields, and use the phalanx formation to batter enemies into submission.

Agrianian Axemen – [Unique to Epirus and Macedon]
The Paeonian tribe of Agrianes are fierce fighters. As well as terrible killing tools, their axes are also climbing hooks for rough terrain. No sensible general would not use them in an assault.

Aspis Companion Cavalry – [Unique to Epirus and Macedon]
A king’s companions in battle are his nobles and esteemed friends. It is an honour to be a companion, to ride forth with javelin and kopis to fight for your lord and master.

Heroes of Sparta – [Unique to Sparta]
Embodying the spirit of Thermopylae, the Heroes Of Sparta bear their spears and shields with fierce pride and unrivalled mastery.

Polybolos Repeating Scorpion – [Siege Deployable available to all Greek, Roman and Carthaginian factions]
Able to make short work of even the most heavily-armoured opponents, this repeating bolt thrower sacrifices the ordinary Scorpion’s range in return for a rapid rate of fire.

Tortoise Armoured Battering Ram – [Siege Deployable available to all Greek, Roman and Carthaginian factions]
Combining devastating ramming power while affording protection to its crew, used well the Tortoise more than makes up for its lack of speed and manoeuvrability in open ground.

New Buildings:

The Monument of Leonidas – [Unique to Sparta]
A symbol of Sparta’s overridingly martial culture, The Monument of Leonidas brings cost reductions to military recruitment, significantly increases the morale of land units in the province and a global morale boost to existing units.

Oracle of Dodona – [Unique to Epirus]
This sacred grove is the domain of the priests and priestesses of Epirus. The Oracle of Dodona increases provincial happiness, wealth, and the global conversion of other factions to Hellenic culture.

Acropolis – [Unique to Athens]
A symbol of Athenian high culture and engineering excellence, The Acropolis also provides extra garrison forces to Athens, increases tax level, improves the city’s abilities to withstand sieges, and increases Athenian agents’ Authority actions.

Faction History:

Athens
Athens has long been famed for its cultural achievements, from buildings such as the Parthenon, to the plays and works of Aristophanes, Plato, Socrates, and Sophocles. In many ways, Greek culture is defined by Athens. Its military focus has long been its navy; however, continuing the traditions of the classical era, its citizens are also expected to contribute both infantry and cavalry to its armies.

Epirus
Epirus is a Greek kingdom formed of numerous small villages and towns, rather than the great cities of the south. An agriculture and fishing-based society, Epirus nevertheless maintains a balanced army on the Alexandrian model, consisting of cavalry, archers, peltasts, phalangites and war elephants. They also make extensive use of mercenaries from throughout the Greek-speaking world.

Sparta
With every aspect of their lives and society geared towards warfare, Sparta dominated the Greek world and continues to produce arguably the finest soldiers of the Hellenic period. The slaves and non-citizens of Sparta enable their citizens to pursue warrior perfection as soldiers and champions. Trained and hardened in battle, their warriors and leaders are the embodiment of military discipline and virtue. 7ad7b8b382



Title: Total War: ROME II - Greek States Culture Pack
Genre: Strategy
Developer:
CREATIVE ASSEMBLY
Publisher:
SEGA
Franchise:
Total War
Release Date: 3 Sep, 2013


Minimum:

  • OS:Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • Processor:2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor / 2.6 GHz Intel Single Core processor
  • Memory:1GB RAM (XP), 2GB RAM (Vista / Windows 7 or 8) GB RAM
  • Graphics:512 MB Direct 9.0c compatible card (shader model 3)
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:30 GB HD space
  • Additional:Screen Resolution - Minimum spec: 1024x768 minimum/ Recommended spec: 1280x1024 minimum (ALL SPECS ARE CURRENTLY NOT FINAL AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME)

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Starting position way to hard, Epirus is impossible to play as even though it has the best unit roster out of the 4 Greek factions, Athens should be more historically accurate and have weaker land units but stronger Naval units, Sparta should have lower land unit cost in the campaign, Massilia was the only faction in this pact that I actually enjoyed and they have an awesome unit roster and starting position. This DLC should not be 7-8 USD it should be 2-3 USD because I got this on sale and after playing with the factions it's definetly not worth what Creative Assembly wants. If you're reading this don't buy this DLC unless you like a really hard challenge and it's on sale. I suggest buying one of the campaign DLCs like Wrath Of Sparta instead because they offer fresh new content, all these faction packs do is unlock factions for you to play as that are already in the campaign. But i wouldn't recommend this DLC to be honest.. Starting position way to hard, Epirus is impossible to play as even though it has the best unit roster out of the 4 Greek factions, Athens should be more historically accurate and have weaker land units but stronger Naval units, Sparta should have lower land unit cost in the campaign, Massilia was the only faction in this pact that I actually enjoyed and they have an awesome unit roster and starting position. This DLC should not be 7-8 USD it should be 2-3 USD because I got this on sale and after playing with the factions it's definetly not worth what Creative Assembly wants. If you're reading this don't buy this DLC unless you like a really hard challenge and it's on sale. I suggest buying one of the campaign DLCs like Wrath Of Sparta instead because they offer fresh new content, all these faction packs do is unlock factions for you to play as that are already in the campaign. But i wouldn't recommend this DLC to be honest.. Starting position way to hard, Epirus is impossible to play as even though it has the best unit roster out of the 4 Greek factions, Athens should be more historically accurate and have weaker land units but stronger Naval units, Sparta should have lower land unit cost in the campaign, Massilia was the only faction in this pact that I actually enjoyed and they have an awesome unit roster and starting position. This DLC should not be 7-8 USD it should be 2-3 USD because I got this on sale and after playing with the factions it's definetly not worth what Creative Assembly wants. If you're reading this don't buy this DLC unless you like a really hard challenge and it's on sale. I suggest buying one of the campaign DLCs like Wrath Of Sparta instead because they offer fresh new content, all these faction packs do is unlock factions for you to play as that are already in the campaign. But i wouldn't recommend this DLC to be honest.. LOVE playing as Sparta! Very worth getting!. I really wanted to play the Greek States so I bought it. The game doesn't really add anything other than three more options to play as. So if you are okay with playing the normal states don't get this, really isn't worth $8. Nonetheless the DLC works well with the game and I like it sooo 8\/10. Starting position way to hard, Epirus is impossible to play as even though it has the best unit roster out of the 4 Greek factions, Athens should be more historically accurate and have weaker land units but stronger Naval units, Sparta should have lower land unit cost in the campaign, Massilia was the only faction in this pact that I actually enjoyed and they have an awesome unit roster and starting position. This DLC should not be 7-8 USD it should be 2-3 USD because I got this on sale and after playing with the factions it's definetly not worth what Creative Assembly wants. If you're reading this don't buy this DLC unless you like a really hard challenge and it's on sale. I suggest buying one of the campaign DLCs like Wrath Of Sparta instead because they offer fresh new content, all these faction packs do is unlock factions for you to play as that are already in the campaign. But i wouldn't recommend this DLC to be honest.. It is disgusting that this is a DLC and not included in the base game.



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