Total War: ROME II - Black Sea Colonies Culture Pack

Factions in Total War: Rome II

Ranging from the Spanish coast to the far-flung, exotic kingdoms of the east, the campaign map for Total War: Rome II is breathtaking in scope, and a study in detail and variety. This page is your source for background information about each of the playable factions: their starting position on the campaign map, their civic and military focus, and some of their key battlefield units.

The playable factions represent key powers within the Greco-Roman, Barbarian, and Eastern cultures, and each offers a notably different and deeper form of gameplay experience from those in previous Total War games. Each brings unique commercial, military and political strengths, its own agents and political system, and three tech trees representing civic, military and engineering disciplines. Each will have its own dilemmas to face and different styles of army to manage. Some factions are split into a number of playable families, which bring further unique benefits to their base faction traits.

A Greek-inspired hybrid unit roster gives the Black Sea colonies a fighting chance against major powers, while its very distinct and significant faction bonuses create the first somewhat diverse. All games; Trending Products; Bestsellers; Preorders; Games by genre. Action Games; Adventure Games; Action & Shooting Games; RPG Games; Simulator Games.

Players will need to work with – and in certain circumstances against – their faction’s internal political system. You’ll direct the actions of famous characters from history, and if they’re not out in the field commanding your armies, they’ll be politicking in the senate house, or its cultural equivalent. Players would be wise to keep an eye on such individuals…

Some factions rely more on mercenaries for their military might; some prefer to train their own. Some rely on client-nations or vassals to boost their economic growth, while others are more trade-focussed. Whichever you choose, each faction brings a completely different gameplay experience to Total War: Rome II.

  • 1Grand Campaign
  • 2Campaign Packs
  • 3Culture Packs

Grand Campaign

- Rome

- Arverni

- Carthage

- Egypt

- Iceni

- Macedon

- Parthia

- Suebi

Free Factions

- Pontus

Available for free in content update from release day.

- Seleucid

Second Free-LC Faction.

- Baktria

Third Free-LC Faction.

- Getae

Fourth Free-LC Faction - released alongside the Battle of Pydna.

- Armenia

Fifth Free-LC faction - released as part of the Total War: Rome II - Emperor Edition.

- Massilia

Sixth Free-LC Faction - released alongside the Black Sea Colonies Culture Pack.

Campaign Packs

Caesar in Gaul

- Boii

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- Galatia

- Nervii

These factions are included in the Caesar in Gaul Campaign Pack, but are playable in the Grand Campaign Game.

Hannibal at the Gates

- Arevaci

- Lusitani

- Syracuse

These factions are included in the Hannibal at the Gates Campaign Pack, but are playable in the Grand Campaign Game.

Wrath of Sparta

- Sparta

- Athenai

- Boiotian League

- Korinthos

These factions are available only in the Wrath Of Sparta Campaign Pack. The Factions Sparta and Athens in the Grand Campaign (part of the Greek States Culture Pack) remain the same.

Imperator Augustus

Free Campaign Pack

- Octavian's Rome

- Lepidus' Rome

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- Antony's Rome

List of playable factions in the Imperator Augustus Campaign Pack: Marc Antony, Lepidus, Octavian, Pompey, Iceni, Marcomanni, Dacia, Egypt, Parthia and Armenia (also playable in the TWR2 Grand Campaign).

Culture Packs

The Greek States

- Athens

- Epirus

- Sparta

The Nomadic Tribes

- Massagetae

- Roxolani

- Royal Scythia

Pirates and Raiders

- Ardiaei

- Odrysian Kingdom

- Tylis

Black Sea Colonies

- Cimmeria

- Colchis

- Pergamon

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