The full (already patched) version of Europe 1200. To install, simply cut & paste the mod folder to your "Modules" directory.
-26 New Factions.
-Map of Europe
-New war system
-Tons of New Items
-Historical Accureate Lords and Kings
-Rule your own kingdon and recruit lords
-Challenge companions,lords or even kings to a freindly duel
-22 New Companions
-Unique Troops for All Factions
-Speak to Village Elders and Guild Masters from Menu
-Spear Bracing and Battle Morale
In Mount and Blade:
Denmark, Scotland, Almohads, Holy Roman Empire, France, England, Papal States, Portugal, Sicily, Aragon, Castille & Leon, Ireland, Roman Empire (Byzantium), Poland, Hungary, Rascia (Serbia), Wales, Bohemia, Seljuks, Venice, Toulouse, Lombard League, Bulgaria, Baltic Duchies, The Dutch Counties, The Principality of Halych.
(More is coming for the Warband version)
Go here for further info and progress reports. In the hosted forums you can also suggest, comment, post your screens...
You have to unrar the main mod file and patch, and combine them. Overwrite the mod files with the patch ones. One you have the '1200 Europe' folder combined you have to place it under Mount&Blade/Modules. The game folder 'Mount&Blade' is usually installed and therefore located under Program Files, though you might have installed in another place.
Once the module folder is under 'Modules' just click on the Mount&Blade desktop icon or exe and get to the first menu that appears in the centre of your desktop. In the upper part you have 'Current Module', were you can choose the model you want to play. Native is the original module (the one that comes with the game), just select 'Europe 1200' and click on 'Play Mount&Blade'. And Enjoy!
If you already own Mount&Blade you should be able to begin downloading and installing these mods right away, if not you can purchase it now on Desura and get the game plus these 10 great mods.
1257 AD Middle Europe is a mod based on Central Europe in the high middle ages. It's a historical mod, trying to reflect the situation of Central Europe in 1257 as accurately as possible. It started out as a sub-mod for Frederic Anklin's '1257 Edition', but with the new development team, it's now released as a fully independent mod, with many new features.
Gangs of Glasgow is a continuing series of mods for Mount and Blade, which transplant the game to the modern-day city of Glasgow, Scotland, where medieval massed melee combat is still widely practised. The mods are mostly comedic in nature, but deal with serious real-life social issues such as knife-crime, drug abuse, and sectarianism, usually in a ridiculous and/or offensive way. These mods are recommended for Adults Only due to some of the content and language used.
Khergits were thinking that peace and prosperity came to their lands at last. They already had proven their bravery and valour in many great battles with merciless Black Knights, who had came from Western lands of Calradia. When the war was finally over and the dark clouds upon the Khergit lands were about to dissolve...
...when setting foot on Calradian steppes where had been irrigated with the blood of Khergit warriors and Black Knights, Swadian King Harlaus said: "Sanjar Khan, you shall pay for the bloods of many great warriors that you shed upon these fields and when you are handing over your loathsome, filthy soul to the God... spectres of thousands of Black Knights shall be with you!"
The tension between King Harlaus and Sanjar Khan finally came to an end with Swadian raids to Khergit villages and Khergit castles captured by Harlaus' commanders. Then, it was nothing but great marching Swadian armies' terrible roars that flew up to the skies and began to shake Calradian lands wildly.
Sword of Damocles is most complex and advanced kingdom management mod. It does not simply add player's kingdom and lords under his command but it also tries to simulate kingdom management by adding population to fiefs, health, ability to create laws, reworking economy and adding new buildings. It also allows you to choose your faith which heavily influence your kingdom, allow you to build religious structures and eventually if you spread your faith ardently enough to upgrade your elite troops to unmatched holy warriors. You will also have to develop two new kingdom management skills, Administration and Intrigues to efficiently rule your kingdom.
Based on Warhammer, a fantasy modification for Mount & Blade.
Europe 1200 is a historically accurate mod that, as the name says, takes place in Europe, year 1200 AD. More than 20 factions wage war against each other in order to achieve domination and power. Join them or establish your own kingdom, and become king of all Europe.
Convince and hire lords to join your kingdom, assign fiefs to your lords, recruit experienced troops, declare war to other factions... rule or join a faction - the choice is yours.
Welcome, adventurer, to the lands of the old Empire. Once Calradia was a great empire, with good roads and low taxes, the Emperor and the peasants were friends, and land prospered. But those times are now legends and the empire is broken into many factions. Each faction has a leader, who claims the throne of Calradia, fighting other leaders to grow larger. Taking advantage of that conflicts, bandits and looters have taken control of the situation and now, only the gods may have power to restore Calradia to it's former glory. As you are a god, all factions would want you to clean Calradia of the outlaws, but you can choose your own way.
The land is under total chaos. The barbarians are razing havoc in the south, the Fenin Kingdom is fighting the Holy Council with a spear of hatred and vengeance. The Northern Kingdom is fighting for conquest and domination and the Holy Council has become stronger and ever and they are prepared for any challenge. In the east, a mysterious dark army called the Dark Legion is approaching and they plan to fill the land with darkness. You must make a choice... a choice that will decide the fate of the land.
All of above mods are now on Desura, along with already supported Star Wars Conquest.