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Alright thanks. I look forward to it.
Is that screenshot at the top with all the crenelations and corbels from a currently released and playable mission?
The script that switches units into greatcoats for cold and rainy weather has the side effect of making them look naked on the party management screen, but they should appear correctly when you're actually in battle.
The original Imperial Militia Battalion had a large number of Lutheran Ingrians or Karelians in their ranks recruited from the crown estates of Krasnoe Selo, Oranienbaum, Gatchina and Strelna, although after the 1807 campaign, their numbers were already thinning and being replaced by Russians from recruit depots and transfers from the regular army regiments. A more likely explanation was that the regiment was named after the newly annexed Finland, since the battalion changed its name in early April of 1808 and Alexander I declared his annexation of Finland in his declaration of war on Sweden in March of 1808. What better way to cement your conquest than by adding a "Finnish" unit to your Imperial Guard. Once the unit was tripled in size in 1811 with even more Russian transfers, becoming a regiment of three battalions, it was really only Finnish in name. In his history of the regiment from 1906, Captain S. A. Gulevich admitted that the true reason is not definitively known.
He would never set foot in Croatia.
I wouldn't mind having 3 or 4 different grades of ammo in the same calibre, if I could consolidate them into the same magazines. It's very irritating to have 30 rounds of 5.45 but need to reload every 5 shots because they're all different types.
I can't pick up any of the radio parts in the Cement Factory for Nitro's question. Picking up items in general is more difficult than in vanilla CoP, but these items in particular seem impossible to grab.
The 3D PDA kills my framerate. I go from 60 to 5 - it's nigh unusable.
Google "Греческий батальон Балаклавы" or "the Greek Battalion of Balaclava"
It's made to resemble a bishop's mitre. Trier was an archbishopric and electoral principality in the Holy Roman Empire.
It looks like they have three greatcoats; one they're wearing, one they have rolled up over the shoulder and a third rolled up on the backpack.
"Why would somone play stalker with crosshairs?"
For reading stalker's names.
Grenade spam is on point in this mod, baby.
Possibly the worst railgun ever made in an fps.
Use Morgh's editor - Forums.taleworlds.com
You have to modify the trooptrees.
Those 1809 uniforms look really good. You're a talented 3d artist.
Has anyone noticed that the Monolithians talk as if the Monolith has been destroyed, in order works, using audio files from Call of Pripyat? Since CoC has the Monolith restored, shouldn't that be changed at some point?
Beat windward by tacking
Have you played through the main questline?
Will uniforms vary based on weather, such as Russian infantry wearing greatcoats and papakha's on snowy maps, but have their forage caps and coat-rolls in the summer?
the functional range-finger is very cool.
It could be called reggae.
Do I have to turn on storymode on the main menu? Currently my quest chain is going in circles with no apparent end in sight.
Lieutenant requires 250 renown.
Chernobyl Weapon Pack, a supped up replacement for STCoP.
They were fighting a contemporary war with Russia from 1806 to 1812. The mod's year of 1809 in particular saw a few sieges and field battles along the Danube (like the years before and the years after, the two empires were stuck in a rut).