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Total War: Attila - Empires of Sand is a culture pack adding three new playable factions to Total War: Attila. Empires of Sand introduces the Aksum, Himyar and Tanukhids factions. Enhanced religion is also a factor, with players now able to adopt Eastern Christianity, Semitic Paganism, and Judasim. The religious features tie into victory conditions, campaign bonuses, technologies, events, and building chains
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