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How much of a point is there to play Total War campaigns beyond the first fifty years or so? I played Rome for literally thousands of hours as a kid and recently got into Rome II, and after I take nine or ten provinces the game feels like it becomes a management sim with no one able to oppose me. I played the Britons on legendary and meeting Rome at like 200 BC was a massive challenge, I got my ass kicked, but then playing through it the second time I realized there was just nothing to do after beating the Romans. Will I meet some massive AI final boss if I play it all the way through? Or does the challenge of the campaign just fall off?