Game Warhammer 2 is worth as you expect

   This Total War: Warhammer 2 mod gives AI more interesting armies

   We assume Total War: Warhammer 2's AI makes ample enough armies - but they all tend to look pretty similar in terms of composition. Most armies you'll be fighting in in fantasy strategy games tend to be fairly focused on infantry, even with Total War's built-in randomness. A mod by Steam user Jadawin helps to mix things up a bit.

   Jadawin's goal is to build brand new patterns for each faction in Total War: Warhammer 2, add new unit groups and units until each side has 12. Some are good general armies, while others focus on melee, cavalry or long-range units. Unfortunately, Jadawin learned while creating the mod that Total War used a lot of uncontrollable random elements in the army creation process - which, ironically, created similar armies. weird most of the time.
   That was also the initial case for Jadawin's new models - making them dismay. The first couple building armies that produced troops worse than the vanilla engine did, and so they had to put in more effort - in the end, making a mod that usually produces Army has a similar quality to vanilla, with the group occasionally stabbing the category 'better than vanilla'.
   Jadawin said the mod will now create armies that vary greatly in terms of balance, overall strength, and cost, even within the same camp. They tried to build a bit of preference for higher quality units, but also as a way to combine some cheaper units.
Subscribe to this mod and many other best Total War: Warhammer 2 mods on Steam Workshop. It's a lot cleaner than the model painting, at least.
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