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Speaking of "All rights reserved". This is a bit dangerous thing because not everything was created by you. Because of these pictures etc.
I guess it would help for the artist and not to harm any copyrights etc. if you link these pictures and everything else what is not by you.

I'll do the same soon.

- Doctor, Serjeant Alexander of the 43rd.

Regiments / Re: ♚ 1st Regiment of Foot Guards [NA/EU] Recruiting
« on: February 03, 2018, 05:30:06 AM »
Lol Brock.. You're not even allowed to be in the 1stFG so you will be handling nothing sir. Don't post on my thread again. Thank you.

He has every right to post on your thread unless told otherwise by an admin. As-long as he doesn't post rude obnoxious things like he just did.
This does not require your opinion. I have no quarrels with you. I'm simply asking Brock not to post on my thread because he rarely has anything positive to say. I will get a moderator involved if I need to. God save the king.

I can't read any questions...

With a belly full of mead, I would feel much happier and warmer.

Without good Ale I'm lost! :D

HELP! I'm running out of ideas because I can't fly! I NEED MORE ALE! So I can get back to work!

General Discussion / Re: Blog 11 Q & A Thread - Ask us anything
« on: February 02, 2018, 12:26:11 PM »
I don't like these Mount & Blade mechanics that much...

Development Notes / Re: Development Blog 10 - Brick by brick (Gameplay)
« on: February 02, 2018, 12:12:29 PM »
* guineas for the next blog*

Community / Re: List of British Regiments! During American Revoloution
« on: February 01, 2018, 10:47:42 AM »
Make sure you add their countys and titles :)

47th were a really cool regiment at the time, maybe a link to how the unit looked with a hyper link on the name like so.

47th Regiment of Foot - The Cauliflowers

They do look like our 43rd Monmouthshire!

Community / Re: List of British Regiments! During American Revoloution
« on: January 31, 2018, 10:37:40 PM »
The 32nd Regiment of Foot wasn't part of the American Revolution

Here is a list of all regiment during this war:

Development Notes / Re: Development Blog 10 - Brick by brick (Gameplay)
« on: January 29, 2018, 11:42:07 AM »
Your work looks great, there are some things that I would love to have it in this game, like some manual of arms animation (not all of it but some of it). Or you can get in "Make-Ready" position or something... I don't know. But keep your amazing work and don't stop until it's finished!

But can I ask you what your next priorities in the next blog will be, something about Multiplayer right?

I wish you a great time! Can't wait to see more of it!

Okay, because after many researches there is nothing about platoons or sections. Just 1 Company with 60 Men - 3 Officers, 3 Serjeants, 3 Corporals, 2 Drummers and 56 Private Men...

In the Napoleonic Wars in the K. K. Austrian Army:

1 Regiment = 3 Bataillone, 1 Grenadierdivision
1 Bataillon = 3 Division
1 Division = 2 Compagnie
1 Compagnie = 4 Züge (Platoons)

1 Compagnie = 1 Hauptmann, 1 Oberlieutenant, 1 Unterlieutenant, 1 Fähnrich - 1 Feldwebel, 6 Corporal - 160-200 Gemeiner (Private)

Thank you for your info. I needed it. But Lance Corporal didn't exists at this time.
But where did you get this information?
Because I've read it that one Company has 1 Captain, 1 Lieutenant, 1 Ensign, 3 Serjeants, 3 Corporals, 2 Drummers and 56 Private Men.

Suggestions / MANUAL OF ARMS [In-Game]
« on: January 28, 2018, 10:29:18 AM »
Servus guys! Let's talk about Manual of Arms for the Game.

Here are my suggestions for animation... and stuff... i guess...

- [Standard] Shoulder firelock, (shoulder arms only with bayonet fixed)
Fix Bayonet, Unfix Bayonet
Charge Bayonet
Make Ready, Take Aim / Present, Fire
Present Firelock/Arms (Arms when with fixed bayonet)
Rest your Firelock (same thing again)
Order your Firelock (same thing again, from the Rest your Firelock)
Ground your Firelock/Arms
Take up your Firelock/Arms
Secure your Firelock/Arms
Support Arms/Firelock
Advance Arms (mostly used by NCOs, they shoulder their muskets on the right side with 3 fingers (like "shoulder arms" in US-Civil War))

Here is a great video (there are lots of videos about it):

How the buttons work we could talk about it but it should make sense and fluent.

But from one position to make ready with simple mouse click and to present with pressed mouse click would be nice...

It would be a bit similar to War of Rights but the possibility to do it would be sooooo awesome and authentic.

- Fixed Serjeant Major Service Grade: Description says now it's an battalion/regiment rank, not a company rank.

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