Mods for Medieval 2

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4 years ago#1

I've been playing the vanilla version for a while and I now want to check some great mods that are out there.

So does anyone know any good mods or must-have mods for medieval 2 and/or kingdoms ?

4 years ago#2
Check out TWCenter. Stainless Steel is a must try. If you like LotR then Third Age is also a must try. Besides those two, just browse through and see which ones look interesting. Deus Lo Vult is very good if you like lots of challenging RP elements.
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4 years ago#3
Definitly check out twcenter.net
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4 years ago#4
Third age total war is a great Lord of the Rings mod if you have Kingdoms.
4 years ago#5
Which mods are good for playing as the Mongols? I know you can play as them (or the Golden Horde or whatever) in Stainless Steel and apparently in the Kingdoms Grand Campaign Mod, as well. Are there any others?
4 years ago#6
Since I'm considering modding the game for the first time as well, I'd like to add my own question to the topic: How exactly to mods work? I mean, is there an option to play a mod or the vanilla version of the game? Say if I installed a mod and played that for a little while but then wanted to go back to the vanilla version or a different mod temporarily, would I have to completely uninstall the mod? Or is it like the dropdown box in the launcher when Kingdoms is installed? (i.e. something like: "Medieval 2" "Britannia" "Teutonic" "[mod name]")
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4 years ago#7
I think the big mods have their own executables, so you'd launch them seperately.

Tweaks tend to be file replacements.
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4 years ago#8
Cesare_Borgia posted...
Since I'm considering modding the game for the first time as well, I'd like to add my own question to the topic: How exactly to mods work? I mean, is there an option to play a mod or the vanilla version of the game? Say if I installed a mod and played that for a little while but then wanted to go back to the vanilla version or a different mod temporarily, would I have to completely uninstall the mod? Or is it like the dropdown box in the launcher when Kingdoms is installed? (i.e. something like: "Medieval 2" "Britannia" "Teutonic" "[mod name]")

Mods have their own batch file that are used to run them. They're installed separately into a folder called "mods" in your Medieval 2 base folder. They don't replace any of your core game files so you can feel free to download as many as you want without disturbing your vanilla game.
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