Sid Meier's Civilization V

Sid Meier's Civilization V

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The Anglo-Saxons (BNW + Denmark DLC)
 
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Description
This mod adds the Anglo-Saxons under Alfred the Great to the game.



Please read the description before commenting!

The Anglo-Saxons
  • The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
    Golden Age progress is impeded by 33% less Unhappiness. Social Policy costs are reduced by 20% during Golden Ages
  • Huscarl (Longswordsman)
    Gains a strong Defensive Bonus when adjacent to coast or river. Replaces the Longswordsman, but is available earlier.
  • Shire Court (Constabulary)
    Increases the Culture output of the Capital by +2 Reduces enemy spy stealing rate by 25%. +2 Local Happiness.
Installation

Requires Brave New World

Steam Install
  • Select "Subscribe" above.
  • Start the game up and hit Mods
  • Enable the mod
  • Click Next and begin a game.

Direct Installation
  • Download 7zip (it's freeware, and takes next to no time to install)
  • Download the Civ5Mod file from here -> Direct Download[dropbox.com]
  • Place the Civ5Mod in MyDocuments> MyGames> Sid Meiers Civilization 5> MODS
  • Right click the Civ5Mod file and select 7zip -> Extract to "JFD's - (insert civilization here)
  • Start the game up and hit Mods
  • Enable the mod
  • Click Next and begin a game.

Mac Install

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Credits
  • JFD: Author
  • Janboruta: Artwork, Research
  • Firaxis: Original Artwork (Leaderscene, Huscarl)
  • Viregel: Research (CitySpy-List)
  • Andrea Waldetoft: England (Peace Theme)
  • Anthony Wintory: The King's Crusader (War Theme)
Disclaimer:

Sid Meier's Civilization V, Civ, Civilization, 2K Games, Firaxis Games, and Take-Two Interactive Software are all trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc who do not sponsor, endorse or otherwise authorise these mods.

This mod is designed and tested with Brave New World (with Gods and Kings). Support for other versions is unintentional and cannot be guaranteed.

If you would like to show your support for Janboruta's or my time and effort, you may do so by thanking either of us in the comments, up-voting and favouriting the mod, or by donating via Paypal[www.paypal.com]

Please see CivFanatics[civfanatics.com] for full support.
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87 Comments
Albino Peach Nov 19, 2017 @ 7:23am 
He is not fictional. He increased literacy in the Kingdom, puppeted Mericia and built up the navy as well as reform the amry so it standing at all times.
Maddorian Apr 28, 2017 @ 4:10pm 
Though he is fictional xD
Maddorian Apr 28, 2017 @ 3:55pm 
I absolutely second DovaDwarf's idea
Commisar Dwarf Feb 12, 2017 @ 9:57am 
You should add a Great General, Uthred Of Bebbanburg.
Emperor Norton Jan 7, 2017 @ 10:09am 
@Rabid Mongoose Nope
Rabid Mongoose Jan 7, 2017 @ 10:03am 
updated for cbp?
Britannialbion Nov 21, 2016 @ 12:43pm 
So is this basically Wessex?
justinsane11 Sep 30, 2016 @ 7:01am 
then make your own mod, if you have such problems with it, god what is it about historical mods that make everyone turn into gd history professors.

thanks for the awesome mod
Destroying the weak Jul 1, 2016 @ 8:14am 
как это включить?
leonhitter May 7, 2016 @ 9:32am 
It didn't show up on mine either shame because The Anglo-Saxon Civ would have been interesting to have. Me personally i'd have picked Athelstan as the leader, as he drove the Vikings out of England completely and annilated a joint Viking and Scottish army at the very important battle of Brunanburh in 937, his military achivements outmatching his Grandfather Alfred. Another shout could have been Edgar who's reign was of peace and prosperity for England. I also hope that if I get to play as the Saxon's that Winchester is the capital city as it was since King Egbert first was proclaimed the first King of England in 827 till the very end of the Saxon era in the 11th Century.