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2016-03-10 Updated Army List (Scenario X)

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Hi guys,

just to inform you that I've just completed the update of all armies in "Variants - Army List" category with all cross reference about enemies.

After porting old website to the new platform I lost all armies internal links but now I've recovered them (adding army name too).

Hoping for you to enjoy this new feature and let you easily choose your army when playing "Scenario X" variant.

Don't forget to enjoy every game.

Ale

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2016 Support

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Hi guys,

It looks like yesterday when I decided to group all C&C website under a single web domain (commandsandcolors.net)... but a full year has passed!

A single domain has the great benefit to ask for a single renewal so I'm here asking for your contribution to keep this website free, updated and without annoying ads!

Feel free to contribute in every way you decide using the PAYPAL icon on  the top-right corner.

Support Us 

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely

Alessandro

I'm cross posting this message on all other C&C website.

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2016-02-01 New scenario designer (Michaël Lagarde)

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C&C: Ancients Community is proud to welcome and enjoy a new Scenario Designer: Michaël Lagarde.

Here under you can find his linked scenarios to recreate Alesia Battle.

ML01 Alesia I (52 BC) 
ML02 Alesia II (52 BC) 
ML03 Alesia III (52 BC) 
ML04 Alesia IV (52 BC) 
ML05 Alesia V (52 BC) 
ML06 Alesia VI (52 BC) 

From now on you will find the complete list of his works in his "Designer Page".

Welcome aboard Michaël and thank you for your submission.

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2015-09-20 Modified Login Menu

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Hi guys,

I've changed a little bit "top menu".

After login the right most link will be changed in "user" menu with the following "submenu":

  • Your Profile
  • Played Games
  • Personal Messages
  • Submit an article
  • Logout

These should be "self explanatory"... :D

I've also tried to introduce "Played Games" as a sort of "own played game record". Every users should see his own played games.

Let me know if you'd like to have more details under this menu.
Regards
Ale

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2015-09-18 Scenario Statistics

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Hi guys and Welcome in this "fresh new" website dedicated to Commands and Colors: Ancients game by Richard Borg.

A big thank you goes to Robert Koch for creating "Game Results" recording component.

You can see it "in action" in each scenario page, with restored data from previous website.

I've also restored Ancients Scenario Statistics webpage, linking it also on Top Menu, under Maps.

Moreover I've added "Most Played" and "Last Played" visualization on Homepage bottom, adding a table style to better show values.

For suggestions, reference, corrections or any other issue you can use the website FORUM.

Welcome back!

Alessandro

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Most Played

Map NameTimes Played
001 Akragas (406 BC) played 416 times
004 Ticinus River (218 BC) played 201 times
002 Crimissos River (341 BC) played 188 times
003 Bagradas (253 BC) played 187 times
015 Zama (202 BC) played 180 times
007 Cannae (216 BC) played 177 times
010 Castulo (211 BC) played 152 times
005 Trebbia (218 BC) played 150 times
013 Ilipa (206 BC) played 134 times
101 Marathon (490 BC) played 131 times

Recently Played

Map NamePlayed onUser
EPIC12 Hydaspes (326 BC) 2019-11-13 20:59:13 RiverWanderer
218 River Stour (54 BC) 2019-11-13 19:35:53 kostas63
217 Invasion of Britain (55 BC) 2019-11-12 17:16:04 kostas63
110 Jaxartes River (328 BC) 2019-11-11 19:31:19 Masa61
626 Megalopolis (331 BC) 2019-11-10 21:38:59 Stanislav27
118 Beneventum (275 BC) 2019-11-04 13:32:48 sushidog
201 Clusium (225 BC) 2019-10-28 15:57:10 WhiteKnight
EPIC02 Ilipa (206 BC) 2019-10-27 20:32:43 Masa61
117 Asculum (279 BC) 2019-10-24 15:21:24 sushidog
602 Thyreatis (545 BC) 2019-10-22 20:04:27 GF1954

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