Total War: Rome II Getting Patched to Replace White Soldiers with Women And Darkies

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
September 23, 2018

History is now an anime, except with ugly brown women doing everything instead of schoolgirls.

The video game industry is becoming WOKE at a breathtaking rate these days. Every single White male character present in any game is a problem to be solved – and they’re working overtime to do so.

Not only is damn near every new release by AAA studios focused on STRONG EMPOWERED WOMEN OF COLOR, but now we’re seeing what might be a first: the mandatory remaster of an older game to replace men with brown skanks.

Total War: Rome II was released in 2013 – 5 years ago. But a recent patch made sure to update the game to the current year’s political standards – like it or not.

One Angry Gamer:

Over the course of the year Creative Assembly have been updating Total War: Rome II, issuing balance patches, modifying certain maps, and changing some of the political leaders and generals in the game with retroactive modifications. One thing that gamers noticed is that half their generals and leaders began turning into females and that more and more of their generals started having darker skin tones. When the developer was called out for changing the game and that the company was trying to utilize historical revisionism to change demographics, Creative Assembly’s Ella McConnell responded by saying that their games are “historically authentic” not “historically accurate”.

Now that’s what I call authentic.

It’s not just the generals, apparently – it’s the troops as well. Women firing war bows is just about the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen. Do these retards know that war bows have draw weights over 100lbs? You think women can fire these things?

It all started back in August of 2018, when forum posts began popping up questioning why so many of their generals and leaders were magically turning into women? Some users made others aware via the review scores on the Steam page, with gamers like Chaos Puppy writing…

“When some fans voiced concerns that there were elements to Rome II that were grossely historically inaccurate, like over 50% of your generals women, Creative Assembly told their fans that their games were NOT hisotically accurate, and if they didn’t like it, not to buy it. So if you are looking for a simulation that tries to offer the strategies, tactics, and expereinces of antiquity, this game may not be for you.” [sic]

Chaos Puppy isn’t wrong, and actually provided a visual example of the issue, where a large pool of potential generals in the game are depicted as women of color.

Top kek.

The issue spilled over into the forums across multiple threads. In one thread that was eventually locked, community manager Ella McConnell made a post on August 13th, 2018 telling gamers that if they don’t like the generals and leaders being replaced with women, they can either get a mod, or stop playing, because Creative Assembly makes “historically authentic” games not “historically accurate” games…

“This thread is a mess so I’m locking it (and bans have been issued for those who repeatedly violated Steam community guidelines).

“As has been said previously: Total War games are historically authentic, not historically accurate – if having female units upsets you that much you can either mod them out or just not play.”

The target demographic of people who play historic war simulation games is obviously not a group of people who will take kindly to this kinds of SJW meddling with history for politic’s sake.

If they’d put a Black woman on their cover instead of a White man, I’d wager they’d have sold a lot fewer copies – and they know it.

They’re sacrificing their future sales by going this route.

But things like “catering to your audience” are of no importance to these soyboy faggots, who will gladly destroy their own business in order to gain good goy points.

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