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Primo Ordo. Europa Universalis: Rome's Main Menu
By the seat of your toga. The tutorial is short and sweet, giving just an overview of the game, the interface, and your options.
This is Sparta! Like that line, the glory of Sparta has long since dwindled, as evident by the plagued queen being better skilled in war than her king.
She can do better. Cleopatra prepares to knock off her little brother/husband in favor of finding a stronger mate.
Next we'll pray to Iron Man for better defense and Captain America for better patriotism! The varied gods of the ancient world are available to receive blessings from.
War! What are we in control of? Absolutely nothing! EU:Rome is a grand strategy game, so once battles commence, you have to trust your generals.
It's not the years, honey... it's the mileage. The history of your characters is well documented.
Everybody's a noble! Various events, many random, will pop up that will dramatically reshape your characters or nation.
All roads lead to Rome... and sometimes enemy armies take them. The newer engine allows for pivoting and rotating the main map.
Et tu, Brute? Watch even your 'friends' as they may turn on you if their loyalty drops.
What has Rome ever given us? Opening diplomatic relations with Judea.
Art of War. One of the artistic loading screens.
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