if you don't want to read the wall of text that I worked hard to type for you, here is the gist of it.
Hi I am the new team member, a lame april fools joke, and a serious request for assistance with the mod, also some features that will be in the next update.
I am Mr. Nuke a.k.a THE SCREAMING COMMUNIST and the new assistant vice manager in charge of certain things. First order of business is that I am proud to announce that the fully playable United States of America faction will make its appearance in the next update, featuring George Washington, Patton, Robert E. Lee, and Jimmy Carter as lords. Now that I have that late april fools joke out of the way, here is the real news.
We currently have a large stock of models that are about ready to be inserted into the game, credits will come later when we get it all compiled. But what we really need is a texture artist to make us cool uniforms and variations for all the factions, to spice up the game and the different factions. A modeler would also be nice to make some industrial era scene props, but those aren't of high priority right now.
Now for the part most of you want to hear, The only things That the United Vaegir Federation has permitted me to disclose is that the next update will feature lots of guns and cool additions to the world map. I urge you all to be patient, it took 700 years for the medieval world to proceed into the industrial time period. While our team won't take nearly that long to accomplish this, any help with modeling and texturing and maybe some coding would be appreciated.
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