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General Discussion / I love you and best of luck to this community
« on: April 27, 2022, 05:32:57 am »

Many of the newerish members of this community may not know my name. I believe I started playing this game in 2012, but I was most active between 2014-2018, I tried to stay involved here and there but eventually, I got burnt out. My life moved on and my schedule couldn't really work to keep attending events. I'm glad to see that BCoF was finally released, I'm also glad to see that this community is still alive and well when even back in 2018 we'd joke that "NW is dead." This community just has a knack for staying alive. I've made so many friends (and enemies) in this community, some of which I even went out of my way to meet in real life! In 2014, I was in a really bad place, I was extremely depressed, almost suicidal, this place, this game, this forum offered me a community, people to talk to, who didn't care how autistic I was being. People I could play games with and nerd out about niche historical subjects (about to finish my degree in history/education). I just want to say, I love you all, I love this community. This post has been an homage to you all. I hope you all continue to have fun for years to come in NW and now BCoF. I still haven't bought BCoF but I might soon to try it out. May even join a reg to hangout with some old friends, but I know it won't last for long, life moves on. Take care all.

Gluk The Walrus

2nd Wisconsin Infantry Regiment
6th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment
7th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment
19th Indiana Infantry Regiment
24th Michigan Infantry Regiment

For Admins: Me and my friends intend on making a brigade basically on the historically accurate Iron Brigade. I have reserved the names of the historical regiments involved for this usage. Please contact me on FSE or steam before removing anything or if you have any questions as I believe I am within my rights to do this.

Iron Brigade

Regiments (Game Clans) / 6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment
« on: June 26, 2019, 07:42:22 am »
Iron Brigade

Regiments (Game Clans) / 7th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment
« on: June 26, 2019, 07:41:47 am »
Iron Brigade

Regiments (Game Clans) / 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment
« on: June 26, 2019, 07:41:17 am »
Iron Brigade

Regiments (Game Clans) / 19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment
« on: June 26, 2019, 07:40:31 am »
Iron Brigade

Regiments / The International Brigade [WIP]
« on: May 17, 2019, 08:22:17 am »
Competitive Brigade of regiments dedicated to winning League 1 in NANWL.

Current Regiments:
1er Grenadiers a Pied de la Garde Imperiale
Royal Scottish Lowlanders
30th "Edinshire" Militia

This thread is a work in progress

Brigade Officers:
GlukTheWalrus (1erGren)
Nappy Surena (1erGren)
Stryker (RSL)
COPOT (30th)


When: Saturday, April 13th 9PM EST

Where: 1er_Gren_Official


- No shooting-
- Line infantry are the only unit classes allowed-
- No Jump stabbing or fisting-
- Bayonets are the only weapons allowed-
- Duels will either be single or double elimination based on the number of entries -
- Duels will be first to 5, Once in the Semi finals and Finals it will become first to 7-
- Be gracious in Victory and defeat, if you wish to question an admins decision then please do so through steam-
- If you arent present when your turn is called, you will be disqualified. No exceptions! -

Steam Name:
In-game Name:
Do You Agree To The Event Rules?:









We currently do not have a map at the moment. If you would like to help us by making a map or giving us a map you already have, add me on steam, Thanks :)

$20 steam or G2A giftcard to 1st place winner
$10 steam or G2A giftcard to 2nd place winner
$5 steam or G2A giftcard to all semi-finalists

My Steam: GlukTheWalrus



   The 1er Grenadiers were formed as a Mount & Musket regiment on 31 October 2010 by Willard who soon after gave Herlev overall command as Colonel, we started out small but eventually grew into a formidable regiment ranking among the top with a reputation for fearful melee skills and cursed marksmanship. We had frequent 1vs1 linebattles and a good record with 40+ won matches and about 6 lost, as well as hosting several of our own historical events and bigger linebattles. We also maintained a healthy rivalry with the British 51st. Eventually we joined the Imperial French Army who collected many of the best regiments into one organization with the aim to fight other such armies, which we remained a member of for over a year, until we left and then became a member of the Imperial Guard, although we didn't participate as much in that army. In the summer of 2012 a while after the release of Napoleonic Wars our Colonel Herlev announced his resignation and Maktheridon stepped up as Colonel until in the beginning of 2013 he also stepped down and Colonel Sergi took command. Throughout all of this, members have joined and left and many great friendships were forged in the heart of battle many still lasting to this day.


   The North American company was formed on June 21, 2012 under the command of Frederickson up until early 2014 when he stepped down and let Christopher take over. Soon thereafter he stepped down and Glukhovsky (GlukTheWalrus) took over in October of 2014. The 1er would later disband on July 2, 2015 after it's long standing 5 years in the Napoleonic Wars community. The 1er was one of the most feared regiments in the community during its reign.

   The Old Guard was the elite of the elite, the creme de la creme of Napoleon's infantry. You cannot exaggerate about them. They were convinced to the point of arrogance, that they are the most ferocious fighters on earth- and the amusing thing about it is that they were. If the men of the Old Guard had the chance to fight the enemy today in a pub, they would take them to the cleaners then drive them back in a school bus sobbing like the muppets. The Emperor was proud of their reputation, appearance, and always gave them a prominent place in his great exhibitions at Paris. They occupied the barracks of the Cent-Suisse, nearest the Emperor. Over the door was carved: "The Home of the Brave". One of the commanders of the Old Guard was General Gros. Napoleon had a very particular regard for him. “Gros, he said, lives in gunpowder like fish in water: it is his element.... He is a finished trooper.” Gros was masculine, very brave but poorly educated, the way in which he expressed himself belonged only to him. With their wounds, tattoos, and golden earrings, the fearsome legionnaires inspired awe. Napoleon selected his guardsmen carefully and the requirements were not easy to meet for the candidates. In 1806 only one man from each infantry battalion was admitted to the Old Guard.

   The Old Guard was disbanded by the victorious Sixth Coalition in 1814, along with the rest of the Imperial Guard. During Napoleon's 1815 return from exile, the Old Guard was reformed, and fought at the Battle of Waterloo, where the 2e Regiment de Grenadiers-à-Pied was pivotal in the defense of the village of Plancenoit against the Prussians. The 1er Regiment, charged with protecting the field position around Napoleon himself, served as a rear guard after the failure of the attack of the Middle Guard on the British center. The Old Guard cavalry was involved in the unsuccessful midday charges against the British infantry, and was unavailable at the battle's decisive moments. In August 1815, Louis XVIII ordered the Imperial Guard abolished. By December, all the Old Guard regiments were disbanded. Ex-guardsmen ended up in a variety of places after their units' disbandment. Some re-enlisted into the king's army. Most lived out their lives watched with suspicion by Bourbon police. When Napoleon's body was returned to France in 1840, many of the surviving Old Guard paraded in threadbare uniforms.


Colonel, GlukTheWalrus

Officiers Non-Commissionnés

Sergent, Nappy Surena
Caporal-Fourrier, BeanBean
Caporal, Pooba
Caporal, Jean Champoux
Caporal, Grégoire Cousteau

Total Numbers

Officiers : 1
Officiers Non-Commissionnés : 5
Enrôlé : 18
Total Strength : 24

Garde, Steinmann

Soldat, Wilhelmrk
Soldat, Aratrex
Soldat, SerVeserev
Soldat, Curnel-H
Soldat, GamerofWar99
Soldat, Jerry
Soldat, Poppa
Soldat, Lyon
Soldat, Darthmaldude
Soldat, Dinkleberg
Soldat, MiniPooba

Recrue, James Doyle
Recrue, Keeko
Recrue, Camden
Recrue, Pothead
Recrue, BruceAllMighty
Recrue, Willard


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Regiments / 10th Regiment of Foot "North Lincoln" [NA]
« on: January 05, 2017, 01:19:34 am »

                                                             Regimental History

The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army raised on 20 June 1685 as the Earl of Bath's Regiment for its first Colonel, John Granville, 1st Earl of Bath. In 1751, it was numbered like most other Army regiments and named the 10th (North Lincoln) Regiment of Foot. After the Childers Reforms of 1881, it became the Lincolnshire Regiment after the county where it had been recruiting since 1781.The regiment embarked for Egypt in 1800 for service in the French Revolutionary Wars and took part in the Battle of Alexandria in March 1801. The 2nd battalion then took part in the disastrous Walcheren Campaign in autumn 1809. Meanwhile the 1st battalion embarked for Spain in 1812 for service in the Peninsular War and took part in the Battle of Castalla in April 1813 and the Siege of Tarragona in June 1813

                                              Col - Strategist                                             
Capt - Lurvy
Lt - Lawbringer

SjtMaj - DireWolfe
Sgt - Bunsley

Cpl - GlukTheWalrus
LCpl - Salakien
Pte - Babyg
Pte - Rex
Pte - AsianP
Pte - Zortron
Pte - Ghostpig
Pte - Smexy
Pte - Moussolini
Pte - Billthebutcher
Pte - Maple
Pte - Wencosa
Pte - Apoc
Pte - Kovyjack
Pte - Mexicant
Pte - Taehyun
Pte - LadyMoraine
Pte - Voodoo
Pte - Candee
Pte - Arthennos
Pte - Janissary/Airraider
Pte - Bianco
Pte - Haru
Mus - Pinkertool


32e 6 - 4 10th
AEF 4 - 6 10th
1tesLB 2 - 8 10th


41st 6 - 10 10th | 7v7

Off Topic / Goodbye 2016
« on: December 31, 2016, 01:50:21 am »
Nobody will miss you. Totally awful year in general.

Goodbye 2016
Hello 2017

Off Topic / Christmas Thread
« on: December 24, 2016, 09:05:50 pm »
Tell papa gluk what you want for christmas. I'll have you know that I live in the north pole and I talk to santa on a daily basis. I can get you guys in. Whatever you want, just ask, video games, cars, steam giftcards, hookers, whatever.

Union / 19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment
« on: December 09, 2016, 01:52:21 am »
The 19th Indiana was raised at Indianapolis, Indiana on July 29, 1861. It saw severe fighting in the 1862 Northern Virginia Campaign. In their first battle at Gainesville, the 19th supported the left flank of the embattled 2nd Wisconsin, fighting Confederates near the buildings of John Brawner's Farm. They also fought in the main part of the Second Battle of Bull Run, where they, along with the rest of the Iron Brigade, were part of the rear guard covering the retreat of Union Army General John Pope. During the subsequent Maryland Campaign, the 19th attacked Turner's Gap in the Battle of South Mountain, and then suffered considerable casualties battling Hood's Texas Brigade in the D.R. Miller cornfield at Antietam.

During the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1, 1863, the 19th pushed a part of James J. Archer's Confederate brigade off McPherson's Ridge, and then stubbornly defended the heights later in the day before withdrawing to Seminary Ridge. When the I Corps retreated to Cemetery Hill, the Iron Brigade and the 19th Indiana were sent over to nearby Culp's Hill, where they entrenched. They saw comparatively little action the rest of the battle. The regiment later served that year in the Bristoe and Mine Run Campaigns and in 1864 during the Overland Campaign and the Siege of Petersburg.

The regiment was amalgamated with the 20th Indiana Infantry on October 18, 1864.

Off Topic / Addiction/Drug Abuse Thread
« on: November 28, 2016, 08:27:28 pm »
This is a serious thread dedicated to the issue of addiction and drug abuse.

I recently just lost my neighbor and childhood friend to a drug overdose. We've been drifting for the past couple years although we would always sit together in 8th grade and talk and I've been to her birthday parties when she was much younger. It still kinda fucks me up whenever I think about it, I'm not really sure what to think or feel. She was a senior in highschool with her whole life ahead of her.

Has anyone else experienced this? Whether it be a relative or friend with a drug habit, someone you lost, someone you regained or maybe even yourself if you'd like to vent. I've abused drugs before and i'm not afraid to admit it.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is NOT a thread dedicated to hating on drug abusers, they are people, they are family, they are loved ones. This is also not a thread dedicated to glorifying drug culture.

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