Set during the American civil war, War of Rights aims to bring players into the midst of several famous battles. Gameplay focused on realism will enable players to fully engross themselves into the ferocious combat of the era. Featuring several regiments, players will quickly learn the benefits of fighting together. An organized and tactically clever chain of command will be needed in order to succeed. Players will be able to enlist as different ranks spanning from Private to General of the army, each with its own distinct role and play style. Utilizing CryENGINE 3's sheer amount of power, getting as many players online as possible and thereby ensuring massive battles will be one of the priorities throughout the development.

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The Dunker Church
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tman0617 Sep 17 2015 says:

153 years ago today. Never forgotten!

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By mid-morning on September 17, 1862, the flower of the Union Army of the Potomac, Major General Joseph Hooker’s I Corps, lay shattered in a 40-acre cornfield northeast of Sharpsburg, Maryland.
By the same time, Brig. Gen. George Greene's 2nd Division got orders to march toward the Hagerstown Pike. Their objective: A small church near the West Woods.

Brig. Gen. J.B. Kershaw’s South Carolina brigade of Walker’s division, who were now making their appearance on the field south of that church, tried to hold that ground at all costs.
As the 8th, 7th and 3rd South Carolina regiments charged toward Greene’s division, both sides met at the Dunker Church and a dramatic close combat appeared.

The smoke of the battle limited the view, their object was as close as 20 yards away. Greene’s men had a difficult time making out to the church, which lay infront of them, though it was obvious that a large body of Confederates had secreted themselves among the trees and wood that surrounded the little church.

The fighting around the West Woods and at the Dunker Church, were one of the most intense fightings during that day.

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