L'Aigle is a singleplayer and multiplayer total-conversion mod for Mount & Blade: Warband. Set during the Napoleonic Wars, L'Aigle will recreate the age of blackpowder warfare.

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Napoleon in his office.
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ahmedmed Oct 11 2014, 5:43am says:

yep... in his fabulous pose :)

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Docm30 Oct 11 2014, 5:48am replied:

At some point I'll do some new poses for the officers in castles (or at least what used to be castles), so they won't always use the native gorilla animation.

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ahmedmed Oct 11 2014, 12:24pm replied:

you guys are awesome and i think you all have unhealthy obsession in perfection.

this is my diagnosis XD

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Bluehawk Oct 11 2014, 3:13pm replied:

I had a friend in high school who started to stand like that after first playing M&B, he thought it made him look tough or something. "I'm a ******* knight, dude, pretend I'm holding a sword right now." He'd even do that shifting his weight thing from foot to foot.

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derpingtonpryce Oct 15 2014, 4:17pm replied:

That made me cringe.

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vaderlmaker Oct 11 2014, 9:36pm replied:

his face, looks a little silly

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Rileysviking Nov 19 2014, 12:38am replied:

should of seen my reaction when i walked into the paris castle ;)

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HounderKnight Oct 11 2014, 5:46am says:

"The Emperor working at the enormous amount of administrative responsibilities he placed upon himself."

I don't think I've ever seen a person work harder

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Frenzied_Metalhead Oct 11 2014, 5:48am says:

Tough work being the emperor I bet.

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MasterofMetal Oct 11 2014, 6:04am says:

Looks a bit... short, don't you think?
(Yes, I do know that he wasn't that small)

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LFCJames Oct 11 2014, 7:51am replied:

Napoleon was actually taller than the average Frenchmen.

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TerrorBaby Oct 11 2014, 1:29pm replied:

aye, by about 2 centimeters I believe :p

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fribal Oct 12 2014, 8:59am replied:

you're right : 167cm vs 165

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CrazierCaptDice Nov 7 2014, 6:40pm replied:

Napoleon was also Northern Italian XD

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Docm30 Nov 20 2014, 12:30am replied:

The Bonapartes were historically from Florence, which is more like central Italy.

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Borristherat Oct 11 2014, 6:32am says:


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texclint Oct 11 2014, 8:03am says:

congratulation nice work!

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manosss Oct 11 2014, 8:18am says:

WHoooaaa!! Awesome!! :D

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ambotic123 Oct 11 2014, 9:53am says:

Are you planning to put his "one hand inside his suit" pose like in his portraits in the future?

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sifis172 Oct 11 2014, 12:10pm replied:

i believe this would require a new suit.
given the engine, the costumes can't be stretched,
so if you must have a hand inside a costume,
you must create a costume with an extention-hole for him to place
his hands on... too much work for little gain.
also in battles, given that he is shown in the
battlefield, it will be pretty akward, havin a costume over-stretched, with a hole in it.

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ambotic123 Oct 11 2014, 6:56pm replied:

Well, it's just an idea. Even then, this one looks amazing without that pose. Also, you're right. It's very awkward to see the Emperor having a hole in his waistcoat in the battlefield :D

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Edu-Br Oct 11 2014, 11:02am says:

Vive L'Empereur!

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rikardo18 Oct 11 2014, 3:28pm says:

nice one.
you made it resemble the actual person - something that's quite hard with m&b engine; where the characters we made will hardly even resemble a person...

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Kriegtooth Oct 12 2014, 2:51am says:

Looks great! Cant wait to join the French Army in that office :P

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Silvermarch Oct 13 2014, 3:34pm says:


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hobosr4evr Oct 15 2014, 9:57am says:

This is amazing. Great work on the face especially

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Colbertftw Oct 18 2014, 12:18pm says:

the amount of detail is amazing but of course with all of it comes a long, unknown release date. Still, awesome and by no means bugging for release

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Renomaki Nov 1 2014, 11:36pm says:

Dear blimey, that is some insane detail there.

Looks nothing like a Mount and Blade game that. Could easily be mistaken for something else.

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BritWarrior Nov 24 2014, 7:10pm says:

I can't wait to shoot him in the face.

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The Emperor working at the enormous amount of administrative responsibilities he placed upon himself.

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