Who said the best you can do with MnB, a medieval game, is to create a musket mod? Now let me present you WWII China Battlefield, a total conversion mod of MnB Warband based on east Asian theater of WWII. Rifles, SMGs, MGs, grenades, mortars, even flamethrowers working smoothly and efficiently in the mod. There are 7 classes troops for each factions(rifleman, storm trooper, cavalry, machine-gunner, coehorn shooter, medic and pioneer), you need them all working together to win a battle against human players or waves of AI attackers.

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EvilAngel
EvilAngel May 11 2011, 4:20pm says:

Man if you made it so you could blow out chunks of a wall that would be sick, Mount and musket mod worked out how to do it surely you can :)

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WilliamBerne May 11 2011, 4:21pm says:

It is not hard, the principle is just like the fortifications. It is just a matter of time.

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EvilAngel
EvilAngel May 11 2011, 5:45pm says:

My comment sounded harsh, I meant it that your better than them :D

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Rotfuchs
Rotfuchs May 12 2011, 6:58am says:

awesome work. keep it up!

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Urdnot.Grunt
Urdnot.Grunt May 12 2011, 10:48am says:

epic song :)

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Punderland
Punderland Jul 20 2011, 6:15am says:

游擊隊之歌 @v@

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ownpk611
ownpk611 Aug 2 2011, 12:32am says:

why do u have these in single player if they dont work?

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rendiir
rendiir Oct 21 2011, 10:32pm says:

I think he's enjoying playing with his morter :P

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May 11th, 2011
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