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Author Topic: Alistair's Gentleman's Collection (New Joseph Napoleon Regiment Skin)  (Read 36943 times)

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Alistair's Reskin for the 7th Regiment of Militia (Centre, Grens, Light and Commander)
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Voor Vaderland en Oranje



This reskin replaces the 33rd Regiment of Foot, 2nd Coldstream and 51st on the UK faction with the corresponding Centre, Grenadier and Light companies of the 7th Regiment of Militia as well as the flags. It also replaces Arthur Wellesly with the Duke of Orange. The skins are historically accurate within reason. I have even added the motto of the regiment to their shako plate. "Voor Vaderland en Oranje."

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This regiment was one of many Militia Regiments that were raised by the Allies towards the end of the war to take part in the Hundred Days campaign.

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Alistair's 49th Hertfordshire Regiment of Foot reskin Version 1 (Centre)
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God Save the King!



This is a skin for the 49th Regiment of Foot which will replace the 33rd Regiment of Foot in game.

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During the French Revolutionary Wars they were designated as Marines, serving at the Battle of Copenhagen with Hyde Parker's fleet. Units of the 49th Regiment served in British North America during the War of 1812, and participated in several significant engagements. Thanks goes to Kochi for his amazing British Line Infantry template which was of vital help when making these skins! :)

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Alistair's reskin for the 33rd Regiment of Foot (Centre, Grens, Lights, Sapper and Commander)
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The Immortals



Hello again. This is an editted version of a reskin made by manicdefender (ex-CSgt of the 33rd) for our regiment. I have made a number of changes to it and now I am releasing it here for you all to enjoy. :) This will replace the current 33rd with a better looking newer version circe 1815, the 2CSG with the 33rd Grenadier Company and the 51st with the Light Company to give a full Regiment. Wellington is replace with a Colonel for the 33rd and the Sapper is reskin too. The appropriate changes have been made to the colours and they also show the slogons of our regimental companies on them.

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By early March 1815, the regiment was again under the command of the Duke of Wellington, this time during the Hundred Days campaign of Napoleon. Having taken part in the action of the previous day, at the Battle of Quatre Bras, they took part in the action at Waterloo; the 33rd was part of the 5th Brigade under the command of Major General Sir Colin Halkett.

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Alistair's reskin for the 42nd Regiment of Foot (Centre).
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I have reskined the 42nd Regiment of Foot to give an accurate representation of how the centre companies of the Regiment looked at Waterloo. The current in game units are men of the grenadier company with a number of inaccuracies.

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Originally this ranker was a ranker of the 42nd Gren Company. I have removed the wings and changed the plume colour so the uniform represents that of the Centre Company. I have removed the sporrans as they were not worn at Waterloo.
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This was called an ensign. The unit in game was actually a lieutenant of the centre company with a bed sheet wrapped round him, a 1700s style brass plate round his neck and the symbol of the 2nd Coldstream on his shoulder!?! I have editted it so it closely resembles a sergeant of the 42nd Centre Companies at Waterloo.
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This was an officer of grens not centre so I have editted it to be a centre officer. I have also removed the bed sheet and brass plate and replaced them with the correct shoulder piece (with no footguard symbol) and the British army regulation sash.
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The original drummer was just wrong... I don't know why fse thought the piping was yellow... So I have completely pain stakenly redone it so it is now correct for a 42nd Black Watch musician. :)
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The single battalion 42nd fought at the chaotic Battle of Quatre Bras on 16 June 1815 and was one of four battalions mentioned in despatches by Wellington. Two days later at the Battle of Waterloo, the 42nd and also the 2nd/73rd Highlanders, which was later to become the new 2nd Battalion, Black Watch, were both in some of the most intense fighting in the battle and lost 289 men.

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Alistair's Reskin for 52nd Oxfordshire Regiment of Foot (Lights - 52nd only had Light Companies).
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Rule Britannia!



This is a reskin that will replace the 95th Rifles with the 52nd Light Infantry. It includes a ranker, sergeant, lieutenant, bugler and a volunteer soldier. The random trousers that the 95th Rifles have in NW allowed me to make it so that you sometimes spawn with the uniform of a 52nd Volunteer rather than ranker. There are also two types of shako to represent the two different type worn by the 52nd. A shako with gold plate and wool plume and a shako with silver plate and feather plume.

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In 1815 the regiment fought at Waterloo and helped break the final advance of the Imperial Guard. In November 1818 it became the last British battalion to leave France at the end of the Allied occupation.

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Alistair's Nr.25 1st Battalion reskin (Musketeers, Freikorps, Jaegers, Sapper and Commander)
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Gott mitt uns!


Hello again, here is my reskin for the Nr25 (better know as Lutzov's Free Corps). This particular reskin represents the 1st Battalion of the Regiment and includes an editted Freikorps units, a Freikorps Jaeger unit and Nr25 Ersatz (replacement) soldiers which replace the first Prussian infantry unit. The commander unit and the sapper unit are also replaced. :) This reskin aims to be as historically accurate as possible.

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Alistair's 5thKGL Reskin (Grenadiers) (WIP)
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Alistair's 7. Freikorps Reskin (Fictional Regiment)
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I made this fancy reskin as a request by Heinrich. :) I hope you enjoy it. It is a fictional Freikorps regiment which will replace the existing Freikorps.

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Alistair's 41st Centre Company Reskin:
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His Britannic Majesty's 41st Regiment of Foot!



I present to you a reskin for the first infantry unit of the UK faction to a Centre Company of the 41st Regiment of Foot. The orginal 41st Gren retexture was made by Kochi and can be found here: https://www.fsegames.eu/forum/index.php?topic=3563.msg158591#msg158591

I have made various changes with Kochi's permission such as removing the wings from the rankers and creating new textures for the officers, sergeants and musicians. (Also smoothed out Kochi's bump map so the shako plate doesn't blind you. :P )

There are two version of this skin. One which is historical to the early months of the 1812 war, as Kochi's was, and one which is historical to the later months of the Napoleonic Wars which is the setting for the game. The 1812 version will replace legs on various units on the British and French faction which, though not intentional, gives a nice early war look to some other units. :) This was made for Charles Alten.

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Centre Company 1815:
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42nd Regiment of Foot full regimental reskin:
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Alistair's reskin for 42nd Regiment of Foot.

Based on the uniforms found from centjours.mont-saint-jean.com I have come up with what I believe to be a historical representation of the 42nd Regiment of Foot as they appeared at Waterloo. All three companies are represented as are a Major of the regiment and the drum major. The 33rd, original 42nd and 51st are replaced as is Wellington. I have reused my earlier reskin. Enjoy! :)

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Centre Company Drummer (note the 42nd Drum instead of the 33rd one all British normally use):
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Centre Company Fifer (note the heavily edited uniform facings as seen in my previous version too):
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Centre Company Sergeant (note the change from Ensign to Sergeant):
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Centre Company Lieutenant (note the sash addition etc.):
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1st Company
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Light Company Hornist (note the addition of the clay pipe band to all musicians):
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Light Company Sergeant (same as the other sergeants):
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Light Company Lieutenant (note the light company insignia on shoulders):
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Piper 2 - Battalion Major of Pipes (see the changes for yourself. :) ):
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Major of the 42nd (note correct rank markings on shoulders etc.) :
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89th Regiment of Foot
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89th Regiment of Foot Circa 1812

Reskin I have done due to a request. This is of the 89th Regiment of Foot in the early war period. I intend to do a Belgic shako version soon as well. It replaces 33rd, 2ndFG, 51st, Sapper, Marines & General on UK.

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Put troops.txt in the NW file. Put images in the textures folder and brfs in resources. :)



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116th Pershire Highlanders:
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The 116th Perthshire Highlanders were formed the in 1793 and after serving briefly in Ireland suppressing the uprising before the unit was broken up for reinforcements in 1795 with most being sent to the 42nd.

Replaces the 42nd, Sapper and General with 116th units.

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1st Coldstream Guards Parade Dress
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The Coldstream Regiment saw extensive service in the wars against the French Revolution and in the Napoleonic Wars. They fought in Egypt, Denmark, Portugal, Spain and at Waterloo.

This skin gives the unit a bearskin as they would have worn on parade in London. The ranker and musician also have the trousers changed to white breeches with gaiters.

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Regiment of Joseph Napoleon (1813) Grenadier Company
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Joseph Napoleon Regiment Grenadier Company (1813):

Joseph Napoleon's Regiment was a regiment formed from Spanish prisoners of war, which served in the French Army from 1809 until 1813, participating in the 1812 Russian campaign and 1813 campaign in Germany.

This was made on the request of Bluenose.

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Minor Mods

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If anyone would like to use these skins in full or part for their own reskin please message me. :)
In addition I can release each part of the reskin idividually if requested.

My steam is [116th]Alistair. Enjoy! :)

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Re: Reskin for 7th Dutch Militia [7 Nederlandse Militie]
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2015, 04:01:04 pm »
Ecellent work, but one thing though. Grenadier and light company soldiers had wings on their shoulders, just like the British.
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Im from Poland , a land of lawlessness

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Re: Reskin for 7th Dutch Militia [7 Nederlandse Militie]
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2015, 04:07:26 pm »
You're probably right but are you sure that was true for militia troops? I can't find any good references for this regiment.

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Re: Reskin for 7th Dutch Militia [7 Nederlandse Militie]
« Reply #3 on: March 08, 2015, 05:23:36 pm »
I saw them on the Mont Saint Jean website, but other than that no. I'll try to dig a bit for you.
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Re: Reskin for 7th Dutch Militia [7 Nederlandse Militie]
« Reply #4 on: March 08, 2015, 06:19:57 pm »
Thank you.

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Re: Reskin for 7th Dutch Militia [7 Nederlandse Militie]
« Reply #6 on: March 08, 2015, 07:55:18 pm »
Oh thanks! Nice link. I didn't have that when I made these skins.

But I think you'll agree I was pretty close.  8) Apart from the wings of course. Also from another picture I found the different companies had different shako plumes... Maybe it was wrong.
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Re: Reskin for 7th Dutch Militia [7 Nederlandse Militie]
« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2015, 08:58:46 pm »
Looks good

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Re: Alistair's Gentleman's Collection [49th Skin V1 Released!]
« Reply #8 on: March 15, 2015, 02:55:53 pm »
Alistair's 49th Hertfordshire Regiment of Foot reskin Version 1
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This is a skin for the 49th Regiment of Foot which will replace the 33rd Regiment of Foot in game.

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During the French Revolutionary Wars they were designated as Marines, serving at the Battle of Copenhagen with Hyde Parker's fleet. Units of the 49th Regiment served in British North America during the War of 1812, and participated in several significant engagements. Thanks goes to Kochi for his amazing British Line Infantry template which was of vital help when making these skins! :)

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Re: Alistair's Gentleman's Collection [49th Skin V1 Released!]
« Reply #9 on: March 15, 2015, 03:16:27 pm »
Very good work :)
"For fangs I may have none but I have mind and it is sharper than any tooth."

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Re: Alistair's Gentleman's Collection [49th Skin V1 Released!]
« Reply #10 on: March 15, 2015, 09:12:35 pm »
Thank you. I am working on a 33rd reskin now. :)

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Alistair's reskin for the 33rd Regiment of Foot

The Immortals



Hello again. This is an editted version of a reskin made by manicdefender (ex-CSgt of the 33rd) for our regiment. I have made a number of changes to it and now I am releasing it here for you all to enjoy. :) This will replace the current 33rd with a better looking newer version circe 1815, the 2CSG with the 33rd Grenadier Company and the 51st with the Light Company to give a full Regiment. Wellington is replace with a Colonel for the 33rd and the Sapper is reskin too. The appropriate changes have been made to the colours and they also show the slogons of our regimental companies on them.

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n 1793 the 'Honourable Arthur Wesley', third son of the Earl of Mornington, the future Duke of Wellington, purchased a 'Majority' in the 33rd.

By 1794 the 33rd was under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel (promoted to full Colonel in 1797) Arthur Wellesley. They took part in the disastrous Flanders Campaign and the retreat from Germany, and embarked, from Bremen, for England on 13 April 1795.

In 1799 the regiment took part in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War in a Division commanded by Colonel Arthur Wellesley, as part of a British East India Company army, commanded by Major General Harris, with Major General Sir David Baird as second in command. Arthur's eldest brother Richard Wellesley, 2nd Earl of Mornington, later 1st Marquess Wellesley, had just become Governor General of India. So in addition to the 33rd, Arthur, who had now become Colonel Arthur Wellesley, was given command of the 10,000 men of the Nizam of Hyderabad.[10] They had a decisive part to play in the Battle of Seringapatam. The regiment, involved in bitter fighting with the Tippu Sultan's warriors, were repulsed with heavy losses when they attacked a wood, which was strongly defended by the Sultan's forces. The 33rd rallied and fought further actions throughout the battle, with the British emerging decisively victorious and the Tippoo Sultan being killed. The regiment won a battle honour for its involvement in the action.

By early March 1815, the regiment was again under the command of the Duke of Wellington, this time during the Hundred Days campaign of Napoleon. Having taken part in the action of the previous day, at the Battle of Quatre Bras, they took part in the action at Waterloo; the 33rd was part of the 5th Brigade under the command of Major General Sir Colin Halkett.

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Quite nice skins you releasing one after another  :o
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Hello.. I have a problem... It says I don't have Mount&Blade Warband: Napoleonic War and I have to buy it
Try joining a regular Napoleonic Wars server and then re-running the installer.

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I made my Dutch one a while back but didn't upload it. And the 33rd one was done mostly by someone else at least a year ago. :) That might explain the speediness.

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I'm glad you saved the old 33rd one ^^ good work touching them up too