Tale of Victory...
posted 6/15/2013 2:27:44 PM
Despite never believing I'd have the patience or willpower to finish a Roma Surrectum 2 Long Campaign ever, I have do so today.
Images are not the size they were taken in (the resolution at which I was playing) for reasons unknown to this one.
Here you can see the man who conquered the 50th city, Tarentum, Kallon son of Pythogenes which if you notice my blogs often you have met, and yes, his useless father died of old age, curiously enough and great for RP purposes, he died on the same turn I put both him and his epic son inside a fort outside of Pergamom while Pythogenes' army retrained.
Here, Scylax "Monophtalmus", another descendant of Attalos I though not of the Endios, his father or Pythogenes branch, conquers the North of the Roman Republic with his son
Kalliandros, brother to Kallon and thus son of Pythogenes, returns to Caralis soon with Lybian mercenaries hired in the shores of Carthage in order to pacify the island so he can move on to Corsica and then assist in the conquest of Rome
The Epicenter of my Empire
And here, the State of the World in present days (Factions destroyed: Sparta, Macedon)
I chose this particular area to take the screenshot of the minimap because Pontus (blue) left their homeland (north of blue) to successfully conquer the West of the Seleucid Empire (gray), however, the Armenians (pink) seeing the vulnerability in which Pontus was left in following the march of their troops south, conquered Pontus and they now have only 2 cities remaining with little to no troops at all left, which implies heavily their faction should be done for in 5-ish turns if I decide to continue playing.