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Senior MemberRegistered UsersPosts: 3,194. Mods are actually pretty easy to install. Most just require you to put the mod files in the data folder.

Total War Center is probably the best place to ask, as that is where most of the main mods are hosted.

Most mods will tell you how to install them when you download them. "Every position must be held to the last man: there must be no retirement.

With our backs to the wall and believing in the justice of our cause each one of us must fight on to the end."

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~ Field Marshal Haig, order to British troops, 1918Please view the Total War Forum: Terms and Conditions. edited February 2011. Perhaps you can help.

I can't find a data folder. I've found a userdata folder but I dont think that correct.

Shouldn't I have a folder somewhere on C drive. I cant find anything. edited March 2011. I would like to say that Total War is not the easiest place to get an answer.

Especially with the mods. You guys are quite talented in what you do but directions are not your strong point. I have read a lot of posts from people that have downloaded and then are totally lost after that.

They keep asking for help and get directed to see threads.

They are not as savy as you guys. We enjoy your work and would love to use but cant.

14. Naval Supremacy V2.0 UAI

Blue and Gray is a great example. Someone should put together a step by step.Thanks .

Senior MemberRegistered UsersPosts: 3,194. Sorry, I didn't notice your post there!

Sometimes the forums will mark boards has having no new posts, even when there are.

XDOk, to find the Empire data folder in Windows XP (afraid I don't know if it's different for Vista or Windows 7) you need to follow this path:My Computer/Your hard drive/Program Files/Steam/steamapps/common/empire total war/dataYou may need to make sure that you can have set hidden files as viewable if you can't find these files.

"Every position must be held to the last man: there must be no retirement.

13. The Ottoman Realism Mod

With our backs to the wall and believing in the justice of our cause each one of us must fight on to the end."

~ Field Marshal Haig, order to British troops, 1918Please view the Total War Forum: Terms and Conditions.

edited March 2011. Can you tell me why there is a Steam File in C: and another inside Programs File (x86) ? Are they both the same or...

Senior MemberRegistered UsersPosts: 3,194. I don't know, I only have the one Steam folder.

12. Diverse Artillery Mod

What operating system are you running? "Every position must be held to the last man: there must be no retirement.

With our backs to the wall and believing in the justice of our cause each one of us must fight on to the end."

~ Field Marshal Haig, order to British troops, 1918Please view the Total War Forum: Terms and Conditions. edited March 2011. edited March 2011.

whats your opinion on deactiating and then uninstalling all Steam & Total War and starting fresh?

Besides the time do you see a problem? Senior MemberRegistered UsersPosts: 3,194.

11. Vanilla Units Unlocked

Apart from the time, not really. I mean, I've never used Windows 7 myself, so I really can't say anything about how it works.

I recommend you go to this site: www.totalwarcenter.net/forums This is the biggest site for the Total War modding community.

There are boards for each Total War title, and plenty of people with expertise in modding on different operating systems.

"Every position must be held to the last man: there must be no retirement. With our backs to the wall and believing in the justice of our cause each one of us must fight on to the end."

~ Field Marshal Haig, order to British troops, 1918Please view the Total War Forum: Terms and Conditions.

10. Coalition Campaign

ModeratorArkansas, USARegistered Users, Moderators, KnightsPosts: 22,936. @ dgard20: With Win 7 the Program Files (x86) folder is the one you need to find the data files.

There should be no need to uninstall Steam and the Games unless you are having other problems.Before you start tweaking in the files though, I strongly recommend you make a back up of the game folder you are working with.

If you have space on your hard drive that would be good. If not get a flash drive. They're pretty cheap now.Dio is right about checking the TWC forums.

If you have one in particular you are looking at send the writer/modder a PM for help. "The two most common things in the universe are Hydrogen and Stupidity."

- Harlan Ellison. "The right to be heard does not automatically include the right to be taken seriously."

9. Europe in Conflict

"Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” - George Carlin/Mark Twain.

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”–George Santayana, The Life of Reason, 1905. edited March 2011. ThanksI did however uninstall everything and did a new install.

Now I only have the one Steam folder. I did make back ups of both Empire and Napolean.

I have tried the forums but cant get the right answers. Do you know why ACW2.6 wont download.

Norton says VIRUS and stops it. I would be thrilled to try some of these mods but keep running into road blocks.Thanks for your adviceDave .

Sorry, I didn't notice your post there! Sometimes the forums will mark boards has having no new posts, even when there are.

8. The Rights of Man II

XDOk, to find the Empire data folder in Windows XP (afraid I don't know if it's different for Vista or Windows 7) you need to follow this path:My Computer/Your hard drive/Program Files/Steam/steamapps/common/empire total war/dataYou may need to make sure that you can have set hidden files as viewable if you can't find these files.

Is there a way for Mac?

I just got The Great War mod and I'm still trying to figure out how to install it to steam .

Players are now able to recruit foreign troops from captured regions.

The attention to detail given here is incredible as recruited units from captured nations even have their own uniforms and unit cards.

There are also more updates to the GUI, units, and general gameplay mechanics to explore in this mod. I definitely recommend giving it a try.

7. The Khartum and Zulu Mod

This time we’re taken to Victorian Era warfare with historical representations of both the Anglo-Zulu and Mahdist Wars.

The mod covers some of the great battles fought by Great Britain against African and Sudanese forces.

You’ll be able to play through custom scenarios based from the Battle of Rorke’s Drift and the Battle of Isandlwana among others.

Containing 4 new factions, you can now choose to experience the game as the Natal British Contingent, Corsaire, The Mahdist, or Zulu.

Many leaders have been added as well to match the time period, including Lord Chemlsford, Col. Anthony Durnford, and Muhammad Ahmad.

A great way to experience these epic battles, made even more immersive with additional videos and sounds taken from films relevant to the time period.

6. American Civil War

The American Civil War is mostly a scenario mod that takes us back to the time of Abraham Lincoln.

You’ll be able to play through the different historical battles between North and South America, either in single player or multiplayer modes.

Though the mod does not feature a campaign mode, there is no shortage of interesting content.

With the latest update just being released in 2019, there are now 65 battle maps to play through.

Each battle map has been recreated to most accurately capture the battlefields from historic events. Some of these maps are the Battle of Cedar Creek, Battle of Shiloh, and the Battle of Five Forks.

The attention to detail put into this mod is amazing. With over 4,300 unique units, new artillery classes, and much more to explore… this will keep you busy for a while.

5. Masters of Europe

Masters of Europe is the result of a collaboration between the 2 well-known Total War modders: l’Aigle and Steph.

Known for their Imperial Eagle and l’Aigle and Vive l’Empereur mods respectively, the 2 joined forces to create a completely new experience for Napolean: Total War fans.

Unlike most of the other mods on the list, Masters of Europe does not aim to recreate wars from other time periods.

Instead the modders focus on improving the content already available in the game.

Though there are some visual upgrades to certain textures, UI improvements, and icons, the mod really shines in the way it rebalances battle mechanics.

Changes to infantry, artillery, naval, and cavalry stats make the mod an interesting playthrough as the dynamics and feel of battles is now completely new.

There have also been changes to particular aspects of gameplay like tech, buildings, morale, and more. Check it out for yourself for a fresh NTW experience.

4. Additional Units Mod

Adding 48 new units and 3 new ships, the Additional Units Mod makes Napoleon: Total War worth giving another playthrough.

Sticking with historical accuracy, many factions have been given additional units like the British 95th Rifles, French Old Guard Grenadiers, Prussian Death Heads, and Russian Siemenovski Guards among others.

With the additional units comes gameplay balances to make sure that no faction is overpowered of course.

More than the added units, the Additional Units Mod also unlocks vanilla units and ships that aren’t readily available in the base game.

There is also a DarthMod version for players who want the additional units with DarthMod installed as well.

Tons of content to explore here which is sure to have you excited to get back in the game.

3. The Great War

Taking place around 100 years after the events of Napoleon, The Great War takes us to World War I.

A great way to add content to the game, The Great War not only makes aesthetic changes with loading screens, unit appearances, and vehicle textures… but also changes certain gameplay elements as well.

One of the biggest changes with this mod is the tech tree.

Tech upgrades have been changed to better fit the time period, with a lot of new upgrades that you’ll find as you explore.

Now you can fight your battles with tanks, mines, and even flamethrowers, in this epic recreation of WW1. Awesome.

2. DarthMod Napoleon

Darth Vader is a well-known modder in the Total War fandom.

Though DarthMods are known for improving enemy AI to overly realistic levels, this mod does way more than just that.

With over 200 additional units, gameplay updates, and even additional formations to choose from, the base game gets a complete overhaul.

And there are additional campaigns to explore.

Changes to battle mechanics, sound effects, and visuals make it possible to have bigger armies, making for longer and more epic battle sequences to boot.

Aimed at making the game more challenging by making it much more realistic, this will definitely scratch the itch of most Total War fans.

1. Napoleonic Total War 3

A result of years of research and development, Napoleonic Total War 3 gives a completely new experience of the game.

This mod is a complete overhaul aimed at giving you the most realistic and historically accurate experience of Napoleon: Total War.

The mod comes with 41 factions, 1,526 units, and updated game mechanics to discover and explore. That’s on top of the aesthetic changes that make everything look and feel more realistic. So there’s really a lot here.

Furthermore the maps are much larger, so battles are now larger and can be fought over greater distances.

There’s just way too much in this mod to discuss. It’s best to dive in and give it a shot yourself. Trust me, you’ll be pleased.

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