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Total War: ROME II – Daughters of Mars Steam


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Daughters of Mars Unit Pack Athena, Bellona,
Andraste, Mars: whichever war deity these soldiers pledged their
lives to received a solemn promise of victory in the face of even
the most formidable enemies. Whether in defence of their homelands,
or called upon to fulfil their part in glorious conquest, female
combat units featured throughout the ancient world. Adding a swift
and deadly mix of fighting styles and abilities to the fray,
generals will wisely place value on those who aspire to be the
avatar of the war gods themselves! Gladiatrices
Can be recruited by Rome, or as mercenaries in Italia. Honed to a
razor-edge through countless drills and contests in the arena,
Gladiators and Gladiatrices are ruthless and skilled brawlers.
Their sledgehammer approach to melee brooks no compromise, and in
the right circumstances, they can inflict heavy losses on
traditional soldiery. Heavily armoured and disciplined,
Gladiatrices are more formidable defenders than their arena-trained
male counterparts, and every bit their equals in their lust for
battle. Mercenary Kushite shieldwomen Can be
recruited as mercenaries in Aethiopia. The fiercely independent
Kushite Nubians are a geopolitical force to be reckoned with. Their
mounted archers and skilled infantry have repelled Roman advances
on multiple occasions, ably demonstrating their proficiency in
large-scale battle. The zealous, spear-armed warriors of the
Kushite Shieldwomen are swift, agile and deadly; able to strike
swiftly from woodlands and trained to form up effectively in
defence, Cavalry commanders would be wise to fear them.
Lusitani Swordswomen Can be recruited by The
Lusitani, or as mercenaries in Lusitania. Honed by generations of
conflict and rightly feared for their lightning ambush tactics, The
Lusitani have built a reputation as excellent guerrilla warriors.
Trained to advance under the whittling fire provided by the
Cantabrian Circle, their swift and hard-hitting Swordswomen are
adept at exploiting woodlands to remain hidden while they move.
When the charge comes, it is swift, sudden, frenzied and
terrifying; though used carefully, Lusitani Swordswomen can also
mount a formidable defence. Cimbri Bow-Women Can
be recruited by The Suebi. Like many Germanic tribes, the dense
woodlands of northern Europe have impelled the Suebi to develop
superior guerrilla warfare techniques. Adept at making the most of
cover and striking from a hidden position, the Cimbri Bow-Women are
amongst the finest archers the Suebi can field. With superior
weapon range and damage, they can wreak havoc before they are even
detected. If attacked directly however, they can give a better
account of themselves in melee than their principal role suggests.
Spear Gladiatrices Can be recruited by Rome, or as
mercenaries in Italia. Bringing the bloodthirsty and brutal melee
techniques of the arena to the battlefield, Gladiatrices make
excellent shock-troops. When armed with spears, these warriors gain
a defensive edge over their sword-wielding battle-sisters, making
them better prepared in the face of an assault. Arranged
effectively, they can stop the hammer-blow of a cavalry charge in
its tracks, and their frenzied riposte can inflict horrific
casualties. Gorgo’s Skirmishers Can be recruited
by Sparta, or as mercenaries in Hellas. The citizens of Sparta were
among the finest infantry in the ancient world. With the Helots
performing the ‘lesser’ functions of society such as agriculture,
Spartan warriors were free to engage in the all-encompassing
pursuit of excellence in combat. Athletics and weapon-drills were
not the sole preserve of men, however. Faster-firing and
heavier-hitting than standard sling-wielding units, Gorgo’s
Skirmishers make a valuable addition to any Spartan force.
Spearwomen Can be recruited by The Suebi, or as
mercenaries in Suebia, Silesia, and Magna Germania. Independent,
proud, and with powerful gods watching over them, The Germanic
peoples are famed for their ferocious warriors. The women of the
Suebi are no exception, and carry the will of the tribe into battle
as ably as the men. Standing side-by-side with their Suebian
Spear-Brothers, Spearwomen are exquisite defenders, capable of
blunting a charge and instilling fear in the enemies of the tribe.
Their training lends them versatility however, and they can quickly
switch to an offensive role as the situation demands. SEGA.
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System requirements


  • OS: XP/ Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • Processor:2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor / 2.6 GHz Intel Single Core processor
  • Memory:2GB RAM
  • Graphics:512 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card (shader model 3, vertex texture fetch support).
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:35 GB HD space
  • Additional:Screen Resolution – 1024×768

  • OS:Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • Processor:2nd Generation Intel Core i5 processor (or greater)
  • Memory:4GB RAM
  • Graphics:1024 MB DirectX 11 compatible graphics card.
  • DirectX®:11
  • Hard Drive:35 GB HD space
  • Additional:Screen Resolution – 1920×1080