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Yeah, unless I die or get bored.
Bannerlord is being made by a studio that employs hundreds of people. I'm one person working in his spare time.
I also worked on Bannerlord.
That usually happens when playing on the wrong version of the game. Use the latest version of Warband if you're not.
Progress does still occur, just very slowly. An update will come, but not soon. Enjoy the current version or put the mod out of your mind is my advice.
They didn't even ask for permission.
One of these days, Bluehawk.
There should be correct uniforms for most ranks in the next version.
Re lancers, the British didn't have any until after the Napoleonic Wars.
Depends on how you define "near"
You won't have to do manual recruiting in the next version. You'll be automatically supplied with the correct number of troops for your rank.
You're not supposed to be able to start your own faction.
The next update will definitely not be save compatible, but you will want to start over as it will be a radically different game.
The Empress's Dragoons are wearing their surtouts, as they invariably did on campaign.
Unless I screwed something up, the British do have one 'guard' cavalry regiment in the Royal Dragoon Guards. I was planning to add the Blues at some point, but I don't know if it'll be next version---I haven't really put that much thought into it.
The latest one works perfectly
It's not done yet.
I didn't delete your question.
Why do you care if I add Turks or Serbians?
Besides, the Turks played a definite role in the Napoleonic Wars and the Serbian revolution was a major issue they were facing in 1809.
I don't know.
I'll let you know as soon as I know.
Unfortunately too much of the next version is in progress to release a patch.
I've never had a mod taken down from here. I've never even tried to.
L'Aigle is still in development.
Why it matters is that I've spend thousand and thousands of hours working to provide people with free entertainment and asked absolutely nothing in return. What you've done is taken my work and denied me even the basic right to have it acknowledged that I did the work.
If you really want to make a mod to surpass L'Aigle as you claim, the first step would probably be to not steal from L'Aigle.
I didn't give you permission to use my map, my map icons, my flags, my parties.txt or whatever else you may have helped yourself to.
If you're referring to some villages not changing hands when towns are captured, that has also been fixed in the upcoming version.
That's a problem with the current version, but for what it's worth it's been addressed in the upcoming version, whenever that comes out.
While I'm here, I'll point out that $300 for 4 sets of armour is a phenomenally good price. If a retail game asked for the same thing, I'd likely charge at least $3000-$4000.
Sure, I'd like to be able to help the mod for free, but I just don't have the time. Getting a little extra pocket money (who doesn't need it these days?) is the only way I can budget the time to help Cozur. And I think you'll understand that when I do have time to work for free, I owe it to my fans to spend that time working on my own mod.
You do realise one of the main reasons I haven't been able to update this mod is because of the time I spent (and will spend) working on Holdfast?
Beta usually means it contains all the final content and features, so no.
All the menu stuff is being redone. See this early example I tweeted a while ago: Pbs.twimg.com