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I don't think you know what a hoax is.
Nah, I've run into Putin on multiplayer a few times. He knows where it's at.
No. Just Warband. This mod have nothing to do with the DLC.
It was barely two years ago that I announced the mod. Don't make things up.
I hope you appreciate the irony of complaining about my previous inaccurate estimate and demanding I make a new estimate.
That's their officer.
'Czapka' is the usual term in English.
Napoleon had nothing to do with these men. Murat was responsible for them.
This regiment was with Murat when he switched sides and betrayed Napoleon. It was called the Gardes du Corps by then, though.
Just like in the native game, you can add whatever troops you want to whatever command groups you want.
The mod will always be for the newest version.
Not in the first release. I plan to expand greatly upon on the naval aspects later.
No. The Peninsular War will come later.
If I spent 5000+ hours working on a mod to make off with $300 dollars worth of donations I would be the official World's Stupidest Person.
Let me remind people I've put at least $100,000 worth of work into the mod.
What's impossible is trying to tell how playable the mod is by looking at screenshots. If it were playable it would be released. It will be released as soon as it's playable.
I was going to delete this post, but I figured I'd leave it for posterity's sake. People ought to be able to see the stupidest comment ever left on this page.
I hardly think that's in the spirit of a donation.
I've given nobody inside information about a release date. You're being lied to.
This is the defenders sallying forth and trying to take the enemy's siege-works.
Taking a break? I'm working on the mod every day.
I'm not adding any regiments that didn't exist.
Poker didn't exist, but I might add the similar game Brag.
What troops were issued airguns in 1805?
You're pretty sure even though you clearly have no evidence that suggests that?
There were no troops using airguns in 1809. There were 28 in the hands of Brunswick officers, so I my include them for the player, but no troops will get them.
The latter thing probably isn't far off from how it'll end up.
I make the mod with the Steam version.
They don't work at all like in Napoleonic Wars because they aren't played by humans, but rather the AI.
Artillery is currently exclusive to the campaign.