The "dress"-like clothing one is imitating a 16th century Landsknecht hired by the French king in the illustration below:
All the Standing, Running/Walking and Attacking animations are in 8 directions! So, in order to ensure the animation shows up correctly in the game, please remember to set the 'Mirroring mode' value of these 3 SLP into 0 in your mod's .dat file. The Dying and Dead Body animation would remain in 5 direction though.
New unit icons are also included in the RAR file.
Feel free to use it in your mods, but don't forget to give Kinboat and me credits!
This unit is a unit converted from a civi3 unit but the proportions are fixed to match AOK more and looks less like a civi 3 unit.It has both running and walking frames and icons are also included. Different variations adds more use to the game but the attack animation could use more work.
Instructions are provided on how to get it in to the game but not easy to do unless you know how to edit the dat file.
Additional Comments:Downside of this mod pack is that you need data editing knowledge to use so not recommended for newbie users.
[Edited on 02/28/17 @ 05:45 PM]
Posted on 02/28/17 @ 05:43 PM
The Landsknecht/Doppelsoldner were mercenary soldiers formed by Maximilian I. at the end of the 15th century. Not only were these elite soldiers known for their strength in combat but also for their colourful and provocactive style of dressing. Usually armed with a double-hander broadsword or a long pike. Though the original civ3 unit contains only one beautifully adapted version of the Landsknecht/Doppelsoldner, the author adds two (!) more versions to it, all three versions included on the pack are very accurate and finely crafted. Top notch!
The player colour was transfered from civ to age without any flaw, the unit size was adjusted to perfectly fit age! BUT moreover even the usual running animation of civ3 units has been changed into a walking animation that is perfectly fitting age units character. So why didn't I give the full 5 points? Just because of the fact that the author has not changed the angel count and erased the 3 angles (NE, E, SE). Surely one can edit the dat file or extract the slp file and cut out the 3 angles oneself.... but for a perfect 5 that should have been done by the uploader. Other than that: TOP NOTCH!
In the original Kinboat file there is another attacking animation (AttackB) in which the Landsknecht/Doppelsoldner is using the broadsword like a pike, which I personally liked. It would have been nice to have it with the unit probably better than the two very much a like looking attackings that the author provides.