Extract the containg folder into the M&B Folder. Remember to backup your old NW folder, and don't overwrite anything.
This mod is client side, so it should work perfectly well on normal NW servers.
The Dano-Swedish War was an event during the Napoleonci Wars, were Sweden and Denmark fought over the controll of Norway. Denmark had support from France and Russia, and Sweden got naval support from United Kingdom. The war lasted one and a half year with no territorial changes, with around 1000 casualties on both sides.
-All of the factions have been replaced except for Russia.
-Britain becomes Kingdom of Denmark-Norway
-France becomes Sweden
-Austria becomes Britain
-Prussia becomes France
-All of the british units are replaced by my selfmade Danes.
-All of the french units are replaced with my selfmade Sweden(except for infantry and hussars)
-France and Britain are more or less the same, just with another faction.
To install, simply put the downloaded folder into the module folder in M&B Warband Directory
Units from all of your favourite Napoleonic Nations! .France, .Spain, .Holland, .Poland, .Bavaria, .Sweden, .Naples,
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