It has been a while since this thread has been posted but i enjoy coming around to relive ssome of the moments of NW. I hold those days dear to heart
Alexander's regiments namely the 7y and 5th dominated the underground scene while they were active. They didn't really have the player base to compete with a lot of these high skilled regiments but it was mostly through Alexander's leadership and cohesion as a unit that led them to be able to compete with these regiments as well as keep dominating the "league 2" scene. Alexander managed to form a larger group with more experienced players in what would be his pinnacle in the 75th. He managed to lead his regiment to a league title which is an impressive feat no matter the time period, though it was against a practically fallen apart 18th squad. His workhorse attitude and commitment led them to that title and few can deny him that TNWL win. Unfortunately Alexander didn't find much success in NW after this as his future attempts at putting together a solid regiment failed and he was basically squashed out of the scene.
Though many had bad things to say about me, i appreciate what was said here. It may have been Mount and Blade but in our regiments we trained hard. Our players had..questionable personalities to say the least but the compromise was that we trained hard and if you didnt show up, you didnt play in league. I think thats what made us a solid opponent for some of those heavy hitting regiments. I would have done some things differently if i had the chance to go back, but i regret nothing! thank you.
Congratulations on your success in Counter Strike! Hope you continue to find success and thanks for visiting the thread and leaving a nice post. I wrote that piece and looking back could've been a bit nicer, but I'm glad you liked it regardless.