After so many updates about the uniforms, I figured we ought to take a look at some of the weapons featured in the mod.
The mod will feature a wide variety of muskets, rifles, pistols, sword, lances and even pikes and axes.
These weapons can be aquired through the usual means of buying them or looting them, as well as the abillity to earn them from quests and be awarded them by faction leaders for outstanding deeds.
In these images you'll see swords ranging from the basic, workman-like sabres issued to infantrymen to the more elaborate épées carried by officers. Firearms from the usual smoothbore muskets to 7-barrelled Nock volley gun and a double-barrelled handcannon (the barrels the better, I always say).
These are, of course, only some of the weapons that will be found in the mod. There should be well over twice the number seen here.
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