All the keyboard shortcuts you need for the Terry mod tool.
Back when we originally announced Total War: WARHAMMER, we explained that we wouldn’t be able to support the game with official mod tools, as unlike other TW games, it wasn’t just our game we were making this time.
However, as of May 2016, both Creative Assembly and Games Workshop announced that they were now allowing both the Assembly Kit and Steam Workshop added to the game for the launch.
Terry – The Terrain Metadata Editor – is the primary tool for developing campaign maps and battlefields in the Total War engine. It comprises a number of utilities (called Modes) which enable level designers and artists to build beautiful levels for use in-game. Features include: • Tile Creation • Terrain Editing • Terrain Painting • Object Placement • Logic Placement • Lighting Authoring • Sound Placement • And More! In the current release of the Assembly Kit, we’re only supporting the authoring of battle tiles, but future iterations of the tool with have different features and options. Terry is not a full game creation tool. As with other applications in the Total War engine, it is a specific tool, created to perform a specific job.
All Toolbars can be found in the file menu, under View > Toolbars
The Terry Editor is compiled in with the Assembly Kit tools which can be downloaded from the Steam Tools page. To reach this:
• Open Steam
• Go to LIBRARY
• Select ‘Tools’ from the Drop-down
• Search for ‘Warhammer Assembly Kit’
• Install the software
If you’re already got the Assembly Kit installed, you’ll just need it to update to get these changes.
Getting custom maps in campaign video tutorial.