The Great War is a total conversion modification that brings the history, combat, emotions and overall feeling of World War One to Napoleon: Total War. We aim to completely convert NTW into a WW1 Total War game.

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Aanker
Aanker Jan 17 2013, 8:17am says:

A note: the Austrians never used the Mauser Gewehr 98 as their standard rifle, but due to prioritizations we have made the Gew 98 the principal rifle of the Central Powers. We aim to diversify the weapons department in the future. :)

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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r Jan 17 2013, 9:19am replied:

it would take a very picky historian with nothing better to do to complain about the rifle :P great work as always!

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STOKK-E
STOKK-E Jan 17 2013, 9:46am replied: Online

I complain!

No I'm not :P

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don_durandal
don_durandal Jan 17 2013, 10:27am replied:

Don't worry about that. There's a resident picky historian on the team. They're used to the complaining by now.

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Halorecon95
Halorecon95 Aug 11 2013, 11:24am replied:

I want my Steyr-Mannlichter :(

awesome work you guys are doing here, realy apreciate it. :P

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xristos10
xristos10 Jan 17 2013, 10:00am says:

Amazing!

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Chilzone173
Chilzone173 Jan 17 2013, 10:43am says:

Bravo, ******* bravo!

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Sniper_LTU
Sniper_LTU Jan 17 2013, 11:14am says:

red poppy in the trench :P

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.Mitch.
.Mitch. Jan 18 2013, 7:14pm replied:

Good spotting ;)

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Silvermarch
Silvermarch Jan 17 2013, 4:24pm says:

So badass.

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bigred13
bigred13 Feb 2 2013, 1:20pm says:

They had the Steyr- Mannlicher Carbine (1895 Model) and of course a bayonet.

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don_durandal
don_durandal Feb 13 2013, 6:47pm replied:

No. Infantry had the m1895 rifle. The carbine was only issued to cavalry units. Worst still, bayonets could NOT be fixed on the carbine version, only on the rifle and Stutzen (a shorter version issued to mountain troops).

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Jellyy
Jellyy Apr 6 2013, 1:14pm says:

"The German Empire consists of a small sausage factory in Tanganyika".~Blackadder

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HamzaRasol
HamzaRasol Jan 9 2014, 6:31am says:

may i ask again what happened to the trenches like this? I think this is much more bearable than the current depiction of trenches today which are just some random misplaced sandbags,woodlogs and etc. that is not doing the job too well of portraying a trench.

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Austro-Hungarian infantry holding off an enemy bayonet charge, somewhere on a piece of densely wooded eastern front.

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