A mod developed by Vornne based on M&B warband engine which is designed to create a realistic medieval world including a faction system with build-in diplomacy and a full economy with a harvesting/crafting/selling system.
In PW, with server populated by hundreds of players, fight for your own life and build your own legacy.
You will be able :
- Harvest crops, cook food, drinks and hunt down animals for meat.
- Craft weapons, armours and horse out of raw resources. Do you part in the economy to provide gears for others players.
- Wage war for territory and capture enemy castles
- Master a huge map and build your own empire.
Here the new version 4.3.
It has been up on the official forum since a while now, but i would like to apologize for not being able to put it beforehand.
Otherwise find the change log below and the full download in download area.
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