In the year 1923, war erupts across Calradia and Balion once more, bringing life to a new age of mechanization, revolution and nationalism, and a fourth era of technology that will forever shape the face of warfare.

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ManlyMan24
ManlyMan24

That looks fancy.

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Kriegtooth
Kriegtooth

Very nice! World War II meets World War I!

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Mitthrawnuruodochiss
Mitthrawnuruodochiss

You know that in ww2 the german army mainly used the K98, which is just a shorter version of the G98 used in ww1...

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88milimeter
88milimeter

K98 was used in WWI too. K98 models A-Z were used in WWI and then Kar 98 K (Kurz) was used in WWII.

This AVS-36 almost looks like a AVT-40

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taffy497
taffy497

He was correct in saying the G98 was used in WWI. There were carbine variants of the G98 used in WWI, but the Kar98k used in WWII was a different rifle. It was essentially a short G98 with some modifications.

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I take some creative liberties when modelling, since sometimes an artist's view is a little more interesting than reality. The most notable example is with the STG-44 (not posted yet, I'll explain further once I have visual aides to help)

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swadian_black_knight
swadian_black_knight

ut talking **** there is nothing as a G98. IT IS called K98. Karabiner 98. IT was used in ww1 and in ww2. just modified an theres a version called k98k. Karbiner 98 Kurz just shorter

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JakdMavika
JakdMavika

I think you mean the G43, which was a World War 2 german SLR. This however seems to be a RUSSIAN SVT which was also used during WW2

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wildtexan
wildtexan

its cool but the shaders look off

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Chalk

This wasn't rendered in Mount & Blade.

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PooterTooterMcCooter
PooterTooterMcCooter

Chalk have you thought of making an armor that looks like WW1 Lobster armor. Would be a good middle armor and it does look cool.

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