Just came back to reminisce about my time om Romecraft back in 2014 and throughout that year, sadly I came in the tail end of the Servers popularity, but it still was a good time for me. As I got to experience some server events and even became centurion of a cohort lol, I remember making expeditions I had with the few legionares online making castrums and training formations. It was fun climbing the ranks even have some hidden YT vids if anyone is interested. And I remember Tom the admin, and I think a guy called caleb who was a swede If I remember correctly? Anyway there are others whom I remember, but I doubt any will check when it seems everyone last logged on dec 2014. Anyway just thought I would post this if any from the community came back to see whats up
Eh, a friend just told me that the ghost town here came alive for a second so I thought I might as well give a reply. I think the Parthian expedition was the most fun I had on any of the RC installations and you and Tom did a fine job actually trying to make shit active. So props to ya. One of my biggest regrets actually was losing the paper I had detailing the construction of a wooden fort because it was actually useful. Build a fort with two peeps under an hour up to snuff with materials prepared at all times. Kind of the most roman thing I ever did, building and deconstructing forts over and over. Shame how that server ended. Still though, seems RC is kind of kicking it still? Another iteration is in the works or some shit (you think they'd move heaven and earth to make the server release when everyone was locked inside but meh). Kind of like a zombie that never dies, but then again I might be the minority on this one. Can't help but sympathize though, RC was fun, so why not one more turn? But ey, if you got vids that would be fun to see. Always a great time to lack back a bit.
Frontier Island: Cohort III Immunes Lamiam
Aetas Antonie: Auxilary Optio
Legacy: Cohort (Goalie's cohort) Miles
"When one side goes against the enemy with the gods' gift of stronger morale, then their adversaries, as a rule, cannot withstand them." -Xenophon