L'Aigle is a singleplayer 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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OpposingFarce Jun 19 2014 says:

Very happy you didn't make them full size. After a while it would just get tedious. This size seems larger than a castle, which is nice, but shouldn't be silly. Great job!

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Gerard_bob Jun 28 2014 replied:

If it were real size it would take like 10 minutes just to get to the other side lol

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Kriegtooth Jun 19 2014 says:

Very nice! Cant wait to play with that :D

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usnavy30 Jun 19 2014 says:

Glad to see new screenshots, keep up the amazing work overall ^^

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niles93 Jun 19 2014 says:

nice :)

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rikardo18 Jun 19 2014 says:

very nice job...
from what i've seen this is one of the few professional quality mods around here.
it would be nice if you could set up multiple spawn points for the troops to take full advantage of that model - let's say: a band of troops per wall - instead of the regular mob spawning on top of each other like the vanilla version does

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skibir Jun 19 2014 says:


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ℱℓσℊℊℯɾ Jun 19 2014 says:

Where are the cannons ? cannister shots you know :P

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Nilidus Jun 19 2014 says:

the 2d distance looks much better than native one

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lordoflord Jun 19 2014 says:

I am the only thinking of how to deploy my Prussian Landwehrs and leading them into a victorious battle against the French?

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OneAckJack Jun 19 2014 says:

The entire length of that wall lined with green jackets with nothing but a hedge of bayonets from the Coldstream Guards waiting for anything that came through that gate. Glorious.

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Stefanice Jun 19 2014 says:

You can't conquesr a fort like this without a massive bloodshed for your side, many of your soldiers will fall...

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I_Love_Cat Jun 19 2014 says:

Really cool model. Is the backdrop yours too? Because it really enhances the terrain in this shot. I have to say though, i have never seen those cylinders you put on the corners on real star forts, what are their purpouse?

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fribal Jun 19 2014 replied:

Those sentry boxes built directly on the wall were used to watch for the enemy and to throw arrows through their embrasures. Very common in France (Vauban's fortifications).

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fribal Jun 21 2014 replied:

arrows at middle age then bullets of course

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soldiermarine09 Jun 19 2014 says:

All I can say is Stunning!

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Gerard_bob Jun 22 2014 says:

Are the doors openable? Or do you have to walk on those awkward ladders or siege towers again? Or can you actually use artillery to batter the wall down?

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Gerard_bob Jun 28 2014 replied:

Yea lol. But maybe improve the ladders. Its a bit queer the ladders are already on the wall in a siege. The defenders would just throw them off.

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FusilierDeLigne Dec 31 2014 says:

Go see Palmanova :)

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Castles in the mod have been replaced with small star forts. Castles have been limited to one per faction and now serve as military depots and regimental headquarters.

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