The Great War mod is a total conversion modification for Napoleon: Total War. It creates an authentic representation of World War 1-era tactics, strategies and general warfare within the game. Including stunning new visuals that include entirely new models and textures for equipment, vehicles and more, the mod immerses you into the era with brand new gameplay unlike anything you've experienced in Total War before.

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Did Anyone Say Red?
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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r Jun 9 2013, 6:16pm says:

thats what we like to see

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Commissar_Delta
Commissar_Delta Jun 9 2013, 6:57pm says:

ah okay so these guys are the red army troops i see now

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Mr.Birds!
Mr.Birds! Jun 9 2013, 9:37pm says:

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDDD HURAAAH!!!
great job! (:

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asemo12000
asemo12000 Jun 9 2013, 10:15pm says:

FOR THE MOTHER LAND!!!!!!

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to-der-trenches
to-der-trenches Jun 10 2013, 12:23am says:

OH MAN I CANT WAIT!

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kalzim7878
kalzim7878 Jun 10 2013, 12:44am says:

awsome

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Silvermarch
Silvermarch Jun 10 2013, 1:25am says:

How marvelous.

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GRIM9541
GRIM9541 Jun 10 2013, 5:43am says:

Oh great, there's something that will be fun to kill! :D

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SuperSonicRULAA
SuperSonicRULAA Jun 10 2013, 5:47am says:

HURAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! TOVARISH!

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Extradaemon Online
Extradaemon Jun 10 2013, 6:30am says:

Are their hats supposed to look like that? I always thought that the Bolsheviks used Pilotkas throughout their history.

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don_durandal
don_durandal Jun 10 2013, 8:03am replied:

It's the budenovka, the iconic headgear of the Red Army during the Russian civil war.

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petroschkaa
petroschkaa Jun 10 2013, 8:08am replied:

Long live our Great Marshal S. M. Budjonny ^^

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Extradaemon Online
Extradaemon Jun 10 2013, 10:55am replied:

Thanks. Today I learned.

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dok-tirch
dok-tirch Jun 10 2013, 11:03am replied:

You could learn more id you'd play this one Internetwars.ru

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SantaofDeath
SantaofDeath Jun 10 2013, 6:28pm replied:

Respect for the budynovka! that nice little hat served from 1919 to 1942 as the Soviet standard, and popped up afterward too! long live that fine little hat.

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swelund
swelund Jun 10 2013, 7:54am says:

Will these be a part of the russian army or will they be rebels?

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muratozcan94
muratozcan94 Jun 10 2013, 10:15am replied:

and did reds fight on WW1?

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Aanker Author
Aanker Jun 10 2013, 10:36am replied:

@swelund: these will be the "rebels", e.g. the "Reds" of Russian Civil War fame.

@muratozcan94: the Russian Civil War took place after World War I, but Total War is about changing history. When you cause a rebellion within your nation, you are given the choice of siding with either the loyalists or rebels (this is a vanilla mechanic). As the rebels, you fight a short war to conquer the capital and regain control of the country. In TGW, this translates into having a short Russian Civil War followed by the early establishment of the Soviet Union.

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muratozcan94
muratozcan94 Jun 10 2013, 2:22pm replied:

That is so logical. What do you think about Turkish independence war?I think it can be included,too. At least,as a new and small campaign. Its wars look good,because the wars were generally on hills. I think you can love it.

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HamzaRasol
HamzaRasol Jun 15 2013, 4:11am replied:

Turkish Independence? no such thing and are you talking about European or Slavic countries conquered by Ottomans? if so then most logically they will revolt once the Ottoman Empire has been abolished which is after World War 1.

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muratozcan94
muratozcan94 Jun 15 2013, 4:50am replied:

No I mean Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's revolt against British,Greek,Italian and French occupation in Anatolia which happened between 1918-1922.

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ArcheSel
ArcheSel Dec 6 2013, 7:38am replied:

This historical situation won't be easy to put in... But as Ottoman Empire starts as an absolute monarchy, a revolution in their capital could appear, the rebels being the kemalist insurgents...

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daerre
daerre Jun 10 2013, 2:26pm says:

The White Army and the Black Baron
Trying to force us back to the Czar
But from the Siberia wild forest to the cold British seas
Our Red Army is the strongest of all!

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Schrubber
Schrubber Jun 11 2013, 4:11pm says:

Nice!

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artzausaylov
artzausaylov Aug 8 2013, 2:36pm says:

Well, nice but why are they in the winter uniforms of post revolutionary era? Plus the uniform didn't differ that much from the imperial one 'coz basicly it was the same uniform and the same army gone rogue))

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Mikhail_Zelinsky
Mikhail_Zelinsky Aug 12 2013, 9:15pm says:

What about Mosin-Nagant M91s? :3

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SirJohnKnight
SirJohnKnight Jan 10 2014, 2:34pm says:

why do they have Lee Enfields? and not Mosin Nagants?

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Are we going to be content with just Russian Imperial infantry? Of course not, comrades!

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