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      Here it is, my next AoH2 project. With this one, I'm focusing on improving content from the base game instead of adding new stuff. Basically anything that I think should be fixed or changed will be in this "mini-update". However, there will be no new scenarios, provinces, formables, etc. My goal is for this to become a base for all future mods, so I believe that other modders should provide new content themselves.
      That being said, here's what I will do with the game:
      Correcting the capitals in all scenarios. More leader portraits. (this isn't off-limits since it's part of improving the existing leaders) Gandhi will be removed since he never actually led India. Plus this game doesn't have nukes. Civ names will appear in white. Bug fixes. NOT TAKING SUGGESTIONS - ALL SUGGESTIONS HAVE BEEN CLEARED
    • By Chairman Baad
      ...the community promises to me that they will let me work at my own pace. All I wish for is to be comfortable with how I'm working. Not only do I have my own life issues to tend to, but I also have a handful of projects outside of AoH that I have to manage as well, so I can really only focus on one thing at a time. If I'm getting tons of requests to release updates or new stuff, then that'll seriously stress me out. And I don't care if custom content for AoH2 isn't worthwhile anymore.

      UNLESS you promise me that you won't push me to make new stuff or do anything besides release a hotfix, I won't ever feel happy about making the TCBC mod again. But if you let me work how I want to work and live how I want to live, then I shall return from Mod Hell. That is all. I await your response, dear players.
       
       
       
      TCBC has returned to its roots: not as a mod, but as a Collection. Even with no mod to back my new creations, the ideas of the Collection will persist.
      Just now, I realized that even with the TCBC mod gone, I still had my original set of civs and scenarios that I released separately. That set of civs and scenarios was the reason I created the TCBC mod to begin with, not to mention it's still around for people to download. So in raising awareness for my old standalone releases, I really had nothing to lose. That's why I'm making this post: to show to you that these old releases are all that is left of the Collection, and the mod.
      To view the Collection, you can either click here or click on the tag that says the chairman baad collection. As for the TCBC mod, I leave you with one word: unless.
    • By Chairman Baad
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      Place the contents of the extracted folder in civilizations_editor, add trollge; to the Age_of_Civilizations file, and then hide or cover yourself in oil.
      The Trollge.zip
    • By Chairman Baad
      Long ago, the heavenly kingdom of Chromatia sent 16 million people to establish governments and nations on Earth. Each nation had a specific national color, and nations with similar colors formed "realms". 1,266 years later, the nations began seeking to expand their "realm" across the entire world...

      The Colorful World is a scenario where all the nations and factions are based on colors.
      This scenario was made in Project Imperator, but you don't need it to play this.

      This scenario currently contains 32 nations. Updates are planned, but won't come out very often.
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      1.1: Added the orange, purple, pink, and brown realms. 1.0: Created the scenario! Planned Updates
      Create new nations for all the realms Events? The Colorful World.zip
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      Here are two scenarios based on two different maps predicting what two different continents would look like in two different centuries.
      The first is a prediction of what Africa would look like in the 21st century. It is based on this map from 1963.

      The second is a prediction of what Europe would look like in the 20th century. This map was created by French writer Henri Dron in 1863.

      These scenarios come with 3 custom civs: two for Africa, one for Europe.
      Download here: Africa and Europe Predictions.zip
       
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