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.
:O DAT ! So there is a bombarding a city option ? 0_o
And that's what we call awesomness... it's like a whole new game.
So, is this cannon of a siege or an indipedent unit?
word on the street is cannons will work similarly to totsk, so they should be in standard battles as well
Aw yeah! I am going to get smoked by the British! Exactly what I want! I think its clear this is single-player and multi-player..
Let's talk about the detail on the gun carriage and the parapets! That's some life-like stuff there!
And the epic cannoneer in the bicorne hat, he knows how amazing he is.
Will there be fireable artillery on the ships? This woud increase the naval fun about 100%!
no naval yet
How to become Napoleon II in L'Aigle :P Awesome work Docm30.
They should hurry to release bannerlord before your mod as your mod it truly next level of warband.
10/10 would bombard
If yah know what I mean.
Man,this is GREAT
Speechless, like always.
wow so nice
I hope the French like eggs with cannons!
is fhat a fritish firing canon on my cfity? you fetter be hidin coz ill freak yer fones! Cuirassier's Charge!
And the French surrendered shortly thereafter.
I just love how the officer holds his hand behind his back!
Everything look so marvelous... kinda worried about you Docm30, take some rest and time!
caption: "Yes, exactly as I have planned, this cannon will shoot at the french capital, AHAHAHAHAH!"
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Nope. They redefined the Graphics from Battlefield 4.
very great job!!! i hate to download your mod
ha! my bad it's my capital (lol)
can we use the cannon?
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A poor situation for the French.