Due to demand, you will be able to download all of my current Men of War missions to date by joining this group. Please note: I never designed these missions for public consumption. They are not always that well balanced and require a powerful rig to run.

My missions are all about scale as opposed to balance, quality, sophistication!

I recommend an i7 CPU with at least 4gb of DDR3 ram to even attempt to run them!

You'll need:

Men of War (original PC RTS)
Men of War: Assault Squad (for certain missions)
Commanders of War II 3.0/C addon for the original Men of War (for certain missions)

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TheChizzaberry808 May 7 2012 says:

Hey Gunishment. Do you know where to find sandbags in GEM Editor? I have asked a couple times on your videos, sorry if I sound annoying. It would be much appreciated :)

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xGUNISHMENTx May 7 2012 replied:

>Long list.. and near the bottom there should be the sandbags...

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Ballist1c(an_5.45) May 6 2012 says:

Hey gunishment, can you please give us a link to the addon (commanders of war 3 or something) needed for orig MOW?

I tried this one and it didn't work, so this probably isn't it.

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xGUNISHMENTx May 7 2012 replied:

Hey I was about to provide the same link (http://www.moddb.com/mods/commanders-of-war-ii/downloads/commanders-of-war-ii-30c) so not sure! I guess you could try other versions but I am quite sure that is the one to use.

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Ballist1c(an_5.45) May 8 2012 replied:

Yes, the unternehmen mission works with this one, but not town hammer (which needs it). So I don't know...

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xGUNISHMENTx May 7 2012 replied:

Installation tips (may help):

To install Commanders of War II, use Winrar or Winzip to extract the mod's folder, inside Commanders of War II 3.0.rar, to:

C:\Program\505games\1C\Men of War\mods

The path may be different for you; I simply used my own path as an example here.

Now you have installed Commanders of War II. To play it:
1. Start up Men of War
2. Go to Options/Mods
3. Select "Commanders of War II" in the "Installed mods" section, move it to the "Selected mods" section and then hit the "Apply" button.

You are now ready to play Commanders of War

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navseacom Mar 29 2012 says:

The GEM Editor does not save and manage files the way that we are used to. Map information and mission information are saved in different steps. Instead of creating a single file, the Editor will save a map by creating a map folder (with a name we give it) with four files in the folder. The four files in the map folder are always named: map, map.grs, map.net, and map.ply. Then the mission information is saved in another file that is put in the map folder with the four files. The mission file will have a *.mi extension. The name does not have to match the folder name.

In summary, to run a mission you need a folder with the four map files and one *.mi file. This is the Men of War Assault Squad\resource\map\(map folder) location. You will find two empty folders named (multi) and (single) in the map directory. I did not want to put anything in them for fear of over-writing game maps. They will work if you put them there. Men of War has the same setup but no (multi) or (single) folders. I decided to add each xGunishmentx (folder) to the Men of War Assault Squad\resource\map directory.

Men of War Assault Group missions (The Fortress and Soviet Bridge Assault) are good to go. Just copy the folders to the correct location. Men of War Assault Squad\resource\map\The Fortress and
Men of War Assault Squad\resource\map\Soviet Bridge Assault

For two Men of War Assault Group missions (D-day and Breaking the Line) xGunishmentX only provided a single *.mi file. He has provided instructions. They are made from maps provided in the game. You will have to find the correct map, open it, then do F2 and a save-as to create a new map folder. Exit the Editor and copy the *.mi file in the map folder. To run the mission you open the Editor, press F3 and open the mission file. You do not need to load the map, that is done automatically.

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xGUNISHMENTx Apr 20 2012 replied:

Thanks for providing these tips.

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kyle2874 Mar 27 2012 says:

I was wondering how you install the maps any advice would help

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navseacom Mar 15 2012 says:

OK I figured it out. I don't have the map files since my version of the game leaves them compacted in the pak files.
I opened the skirmish map (01 usa-overloard) in the editor, then saved it to D-Day map. It created a D-Day directory with the map files. Then I copied your D-Day.mi file into the D-Day map directory.

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xGUNISHMENTx Mar 18 2012 replied:

Nice one. Glad you got it working

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