· The Campaign Map camera movement has been made considerably smoother with the addition of inertia to remove camera judder. This option can be switched on and off in the preferences.txt file by changing the value of CAMPAIGN_MAP_CAMERA_SMOOTHING between TRUE and FALSE.
· Added 'show character details' button to coming of age message
· When accepting a marriage proposal, a marriage message is generated with a 'Show character details' button, so the character can be located
· You can now sally out against a besieging army only once per turn
· Heirs are chosen through their influence rather than their
management or command skills
· Decreased movement cost for deep sea, hence an increase in movement per turn
· Brigands now more active - they will move around more often
· Brigands now have the option of attempting to conquer human-controlled settlements on difficulty levels hard and very hard
· Reinforcements will now only be available in a sally battle outside a settlement, if the army that is attacked is the besieging army
· Fixed crash bug when doing a multi turn action on a fort or port which
then disappears before the action is finished
· Watchtowers were not using their height advantage to see over obstacles and terrain
· Limited the effect of squalor on public order to 100% max
· Rebalanced elephants and chariots in auto-resolve, they were hugely undervalued
· Improved behavior of the auto-resolve on hard and very hard
· Increased frequency of ambushes
· Losing or drawing army withdrawing now reforms with all it's routed units as long as there are enough soldiers to reform the army
· Assassinating generals is much more difficult if his army has a substantial number of men
· Slightly increased movement extends for agents
· Can now disband units in enemy territories
· Map information diplomacy costs increased in line with the amount of information received
· Post Marius upgraded bodyguard units are now working
· Subterfuge AI now much more active
· Sally battles are now only available against a besieging army rather than just an adjacency check
· Fixed many trait and ancillary issues
· Battlefield now shows adjacent settlements, forts, wonders, ships and ports
· Extermination cash reward reduced
· Bribing settlements and characters is now a transgression
· Fixed bug where spies in an enemy settlement were getting killed when the settlement changed hands
· Improved campaign map scroll speed control.
· Navies are now more likely to blockade enemy ports
· Navies will consider moving to reinforce a navy that is transporting troops, as long as the moving navy has not already moved that turn, and can reach the transporting navy within one single turn
· Navies transporting passengers will no longer consider merging with other navies
· Fixed bug that was preventing navies from merging (hence lots of little
ships in version 1.0)
· Fleets may split into smaller fleets if the faction doesn't have enough
individual navies to satisfy all transport requirements
· Added contiguous coastlines to help with long range naval pathfinding
· Fixed admirals not getting command stars after battle
· Fixed bribery attribute so that it increases your chance of bribing
rather than reducing it.
· You cannot bribe a family member back after another faction has bribed them. He is disinherited from any of
his former factions
· Cannot bribe fellow Romans anymore whilst you're allied
· Bribery costs increased to double and also according to the wealth of the briber
· Bribery of a captain with agents and incompatible units was disbanding the agents with the army. Now fixed.
· Infiltrated spies remain when a settlement changes hands
· Maximum chance of assassination and sabotage is changed from 100% to 95%
to stop assassins assassinating everything.
· Characters can now be cured of the plague when they are not in a settlement
· Character plague duration has been reduced from 8 to 5 turns
· Command stars will not be assigned in battle when the odds are overwhelming in favor of the winner and vice versa for the loser
· Fixed transgression bug when making small value deals
· Birthplace, marriages, and adoptions can be at other settlements now, not just capital. New characters will appear in the settlement where their father (or father in law in the case of marriage, and adopted-father in the case of adoption) is garrisoned
· Tweaked the age of marriage candidates so that you get less old suitors and overly young suitors.
· Marius is now more likely to happen later on in the game
· All future disaster events and historical events were being erased when a save game was loaded up. This is now fixed
· Improved the AI unit re-training behavior
· Tweaked the AI subterfuge so that assassination missions, sabotage
missions, infiltration missions are actually carried out. Is now less
cautious with lower ranked assassins and spies.
· Tweaked the AI tax level setting code (also affects player-assist)
· Fixed the player-assist AI updating the tax policy when part or all of the
garrison is moved out of a settlement
· Fixed the AI not attacking enemy controlled forts in its territory
· Changes to campaign AI strength evaluation
· Improved likelihood of AI sallying
· Allowed AI armies to move again after executing an attack
· Increased AI target evaluation of provinces which contain Wonders
· Changed campaign AI production behavior to make it more likely that elephants and Artillery are produced
· Fixed protectorate behavior (Tribute and not attacking)
· Fixed other Romans attacking your protectorates
· Fixed bug stopping the AI defending fords in river battles
· Reinforcement AI – AI Generals are now less suicidal
Many more general tweaks and fixes.
UNINSTALLING THE GAME
When uninstalling Rome: Total War™ , there will be 2 files that will remain on the hard drive. You can find the files in the following locations if you wish to delete them.
PATCH FIXES v1.1
· Elephant units in the game have been tweaked to make them less overpowering.
· This 1.1 patch addresses many issues with multiplayer dealing with game stability, performance and some synch issues.
· Fixed an issue with the GameSpy multiplayer lobby population when it hits its maximum.
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