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.
Once again awesome...
Also, do they all share the same hairstyle?
Long live the epic mutton-chops and mustaches on these fine gentlemen!
While on the subject of fur, those bearskin hats are absolutely stunning.
no more bears. :(
What a fancy line!
Those are some ballin' uniforms. I really like the white colour
too bad they will be stained red in blood
will the grenadiers actually grenade things?
In the Napoleonic wars about none of the European armies still used grenades. I think one of the only armies still using them at the time were the Ottomans so you can be quite certain that Grenadiers won't "grenade things". :)
Oh yeah, I guess you're right. Didn't really think of that, I guess I can only grenade things in With Fire and Sword.
Grenades would be awesome though
AWESOME quality as usual, these are on of my favourite so far!
Keep up the GREAT work mate
This is so great, i cant wait to play it :D
Well sucks for you because you'll probably be waiting a while, like forever....
I have a feeling that this mod is coming to a point where the minimum system requirements will bust even NASA research computers...
But still. This is amazing.
Yep.... Compare this with Native > 100000% improvement in graphics, shaders, scenerey, etc. My computer will have a hard time running this
relaise a demo pls
why are they using caplock muskets? this was a civil war weapon at the time the flintlock or wheel lock (wheel was less common) were the two main firearms...if you don't fix it, I wouldn't mind if not fixed...its hardly noticeable ^^ anyway hope it gets released soon.
Look closer in HD view, you can see the gap between the jaws and the locking screw sticking out at the top of the ****.
A wheel lock in 1809?
wheel locks where still used well by hunters in 1800's, they where a faster load but the problem being is they were made by clock-smiths and had to have 40 small parts working properly to be effective. That being the main reason they were dropped by army's but still used...armys just dropped it for the flint lock as it was simple to use rarely jammed and only needed the lock for the flint to have to work as wheel locks had to have a spin to there's to work.
ok to everyone who can not seem to see it they are not wheel locks and they are not cap locks they are flint locks
the wheel lock was way to expensive and complicated for mass production and the cap lock would not come into play until circa 1820 if you look real closely you can see the flint on the lock jaws
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Grenadiers of the Dutch Royal Guard.