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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Prussian Leib-Husaren
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Macke1170
Macke1170 Feb 18 2013, 6:55am says:

Epic!

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ahmedmed
ahmedmed Feb 18 2013, 2:16pm says:

very nice ,very nice

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Jatasgo
Jatasgo Feb 24 2013, 1:27pm says:

THE BLACK BRUNSWICKERS AWESOEM

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Docm30 Author
Docm30 Feb 25 2013, 1:25am replied:

Those aren't Brunswickers.

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Kellerman60
Kellerman60 Mar 2 2013, 8:12am replied:

Prussians?

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Docm30 Author
Docm30 Mar 2 2013, 9:10am replied:

What gave it away?

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kalzim7878
kalzim7878 Mar 3 2013, 3:12am replied:

Totenkopf leib

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Docm30 Author
Docm30 Mar 3 2013, 3:44pm replied:

Death's head body?

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kalzim7878
kalzim7878 Mar 3 2013, 11:49pm replied:

hahahah excuse me, that was me atempting to know about the prussains hahaha

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Bluehawk Online
Bluehawk Mar 4 2013, 8:15pm says:

Fun fact: despite the Leib prefix, the 1st and 2nd "Body-Hussars" did not have full Guard status but would be in an exceptional semi-elite state all the way until 1918, being grouped into the "Leib-Husaren-Brigade" instead of a numbered cavalry brigade like all the other regular hussar regiments were grouped into during WW1. The mod's setting of 1809 means that Prussia's Guard cavalry was only comprised of one regiment of cuirassiers, the Gardes du Corps or Garde zu Pferde. By 1815 it would be expanded to four regiments of different types.

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Hussars of the Prussian Leib-Garde. The elite light cavalry of the Prussian army.

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