History VideoGame / TotalWar

11th May '16 3:23:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* IncestIsRelative: You can order your princesses to marry within the royal family. In ''Medieval'', it's also a surprisingly common trait for your units to acquire, always with their daughter. Nothing is stopping a prince from having a relationship with his daughter. Even if he isn't married, and is in his teens...
11th May '16 3:23:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheKnightsTemplar: Recruitable in both ''Medieval'' and ''Medieval II''
8th May '16 1:24:59 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Diplomacy in the various games sometimes gets absolutely crazy. Egypt in ''Rome'' would tell you that "[[VideoGame/ZeroWing All your Base are Belong to Us]]", and in ''Empire'', every single response from the Swedish diplomat is a quote from an {{ABBA}} song.

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** Diplomacy in the various games sometimes gets absolutely crazy. Egypt in ''Rome'' would tell you that "[[VideoGame/ZeroWing All your Base are Belong to Us]]", and in ''Empire'', every single response from the Swedish diplomat is a quote from an {{ABBA}} Music/{{ABBA}} song.
29th Apr '16 4:31:54 PM Arima
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* EqualOpportunityEvil: The non-playable Rebels Faction in ''Rome'' and ''Medieval II'' has access to every unit in the game. Modders have enabled these factions to be unlocked, allowing players to field a multinational army that can be tailored to handle any situation on the battlefield.
23rd Apr '16 2:41:44 PM nombretomado
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** Four available traits for characters in the game to pick up are: [[FatherTed 'Arse', 'Feck', 'Drink', and 'Girls']]

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** Four available traits for characters in the game to pick up are: [[FatherTed [[Series/FatherTed 'Arse', 'Feck', 'Drink', and 'Girls']]
22nd Apr '16 7:13:19 PM jormis29
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* FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: Or close to it, anyway. When a major clan is destroyed (and thus the daimyo dies) in ''Shogun'' and ''Shogun 2'' (only when it happens to the player-controlled one in the latter), he recites a historical "death poem", written by samurai before they either committed {{seppuku}} or went off to a LastStand.


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* FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: Or close to it, anyway. When a major clan is destroyed (and thus the daimyo dies), he recites a historical "death poem", written by samurai before they either committed {{seppuku}} or went off to a LastStand.
22nd Apr '16 7:04:56 PM jormis29
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* FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: Or close to it, anyway. When a major clan is destroyed (and thus the daimyo dies) in ''Shogun'' and ''Shogun 2'' (only when it happens to the player-controlled one in the latter), he recites a historical "death poem", written by samurai before they either committed seppuku or went off to a LastStand.

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* FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: Or close to it, anyway. When a major clan is destroyed (and thus the daimyo dies) in ''Shogun'' and ''Shogun 2'' (only when it happens to the player-controlled one in the latter), he recites a historical "death poem", written by samurai before they either committed seppuku {{seppuku}} or went off to a LastStand.




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30th Mar '16 9:14:42 PM Alceister
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* WarriorMonk: In the ''Shogun'' games, of course. In ''Shogun 2'', they are the best at what they do (naginata warrior monks at melee combat, bow warrior monks at archery), but they lack armor and thus are vulnerable to enemy arrows and melee attack (respectively).

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* WarriorMonk: In the ''Shogun'' games, of course. In ''Shogun 2'', they are the best at what they do (naginata warrior monks highly specialized elite warriors, with Naginata Warrior Monks excelling at melee combat, bow warrior monks combat and Bow Warrior Monks excelling at archery), but ranged combat. However, they are expensive to recruit and field, and their lack armor and thus are of armour renders them vulnerable to enemy arrows and melee attack (respectively).being shot to death by arrows; Bow Warrior Monks are particularly fragile, being virtually incapable of defending themselves in melee.
30th Mar '16 8:20:30 PM Alceister
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* BadassGrandpa: Even at 60+ years of age, most generals still kick ass as part of their bodyguards. And usually, by that time, they'll be ''literal'' grandfathers, if not great-grandfathers. In the original ''Shogun'', Daimyos could be found going into battle at ''seventy''. The Rebel's Daimyo (provided you gave them one via text edits) will age [[UpToEleven to 999]], due to a missing string.

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* BadassGrandpa: Even at 60+ years of age, most generals still kick ass as part of their bodyguards. And usually, by that time, they'll be ''literal'' grandfathers, if not great-grandfathers.grandfathers. In the original ''Shogun'', Daimyos could be found going into battle at ''seventy''. The Rebel's Daimyo (provided you gave them one via text edits) will age [[UpToEleven to 999]], due to a missing string.
30th Mar '16 8:20:16 PM Alceister
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* BadassGrandpa: Even at 60+ years of age, most generals still kick ass as part of their bodyguards. And usually, by that time, they'll be ''literal'' grandfathers. In the original ''Shogun'', Daimyos could be found going into battle at ''seventy''. The Rebel's Daimyo (provided you gave them one via text edits) will age [[UpToEleven to 999]], due to a missing string.

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* BadassGrandpa: Even at 60+ years of age, most generals still kick ass as part of their bodyguards. And usually, by that time, they'll be ''literal'' grandfathers.grandfathers, if not great-grandfathers. In the original ''Shogun'', Daimyos could be found going into battle at ''seventy''. The Rebel's Daimyo (provided you gave them one via text edits) will age [[UpToEleven to 999]], due to a missing string.
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