Iron Europe is a World War I mod for the Mount&Blade; Warband Napoleonic Wars DLC. Our goal is to immerse players in the brutal battles of WWI. Players will have the opportunity to fight it out, for France or for Germany, in the trenches and in no man's land. Play as an expendable rifleman grunt, a brave officer leading from the front, an artillerymen supporting comrades from afar, or an elite assault trooper, spearheading attacks. Use bolt-action rifles, machine guns, and pistols to take down enemies from a distance or close in and engage in brutal hand to hand combat with knives, clubs, and the trusty bayonet. A host of features, including whistles, bleeding, bandaging, and grenades have been added to bring the WWI experience to life. To get the latest version of the mod, first install 1.0 and then the 1.21 patch.

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Meyerm
Meyerm Feb 20 2015, 1:23am says:

Where's the filter n the french model? Hidden from view?

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vol4ok
vol4ok Feb 20 2015, 8:15am replied:

Before gasmask were discoverd, Soldiers and people used to cover Rags in urine and wear it. (improvised gasmask probably shown)

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Valerian
Valerian Mar 17 2015, 12:25pm replied:

this makes me so happy i got a boner. KEEP IT UP THIS IS SO AWESOME!!!

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SquizzyT
SquizzyT Feb 20 2015, 2:03am says:

Very nice update soon?

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deurker
deurker Feb 20 2015, 2:04am says:

The french didn't use filters in there gas masks.

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Meyerm
Meyerm Feb 20 2015, 2:25am replied:

How useful was it then?

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Bluehawk
Bluehawk Feb 20 2015, 4:48am replied:

The fabric of the mask was porous but layered and impregnated with chemicals - effectively the whole mask was a filter. The French didn't see a need to replace it and it served from February 1916 until the end of the war. It was graded as withstanding five hours of exposure to phosgene but some later chemicals like chloropicrin could penetrate and poison the wearer. 30 million were made, and at least six million were used by the British to augment their own mask numbers.

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lexyz123
lexyz123 Feb 20 2015, 6:56am says:

Where is the ****-mask, tho? ;)

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Luthre
Luthre Feb 20 2015, 9:27pm says:

How would gas work in Iron Europe Riga? would it be if you don't have your gas mask on in time when the gas comes i suppose your health bar declines? like the gas was a slow and painful death? and that you cant stop it

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Stoss16
Stoss16 Feb 21 2015, 10:15am says:

French use filters in the gas mask modele 1918

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SantaofDeath
SantaofDeath Feb 21 2015, 12:29pm says:

Very happy to see you guys are back! And those masks are quite good. You never disappoint with your work!

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Badasdodder
Badasdodder Feb 21 2015, 4:04pm says:

Cooooolll!!

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TankGun
TankGun Feb 23 2015, 8:36pm says:

Nice <3

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RussianBadAss
RussianBadAss Feb 28 2015, 1:49pm says:

Looks pretty nice!

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eeee7
eeee7 Mar 28 2015, 3:55pm says:

How to wear a gas mask pls

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