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We will give this till 12pm BST on the 11th of August l before we lock in who can run and put up the thread for people to vote in as I'm away until then from tomorrow anyway.

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[b]Name:[/b] 
[b]EU or NA?:[/b]
[b]Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?:[/b]
[b]Why should you become CR?:[/b]
[b]What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term?[/b]

EU:

Maskman
Name: Maskman
EU or NA?: EU
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: I did not aim to run again to be CR, however as now it is past the deadline and no one has applied to be CR so may as well be me. As someone having previous experience in being CR in the past two years, I have a general idea of how the forum works and will continue to help administer and represent the community.
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term?  Regardless of whether I am CR or not, I plan to host a small format tournament come Mid/End September for the community. Furthermore I will try to revive and stimulate the regimental community, as to how to do that other than increasing involvement in casual events and perhaps reopening a Thursday event - will remain up to discussion. Please do text and get in contact with me as to any ideas!
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jakob
Name: jakob
EU or NA?: eu
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: so guys, me as a newcomer, the fresh blood of the nw community, i am here to change the system. i am here so all of us can escape the matrix. we get brainwashed and pushed into taking decisions; pushed to follow the mikado.
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term?  i plan to rescue all of us, i plan to make nw a better place. nw should be a place where new players can enjoy their time without being bullied and brainwashed by the ruler of the matrix. so if you trust me and have faith i can guarantee you that you will not regret it. its time to time.
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Blitzkrieg
Name: Blitzkrieg
EU or NA?: EU
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: I am a valued member of this community with much respect amongst minorities and i will FREE fse once and for all
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? I wish to host more tournaments and host servers whilst give out admin to as many people as possible cuz we all saw how that went last time. I also wish to free our people like Moses did to the Jews uncensoring FSE forever thank you for listening to my TED talk if you have any questions feel free to private message me on FSE or steam and i will try my best to get back to you.
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NA:

Soulja
Name:Soulja boy
EU or NA?:NA
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?:Y
Why should you become CR?:Because I am the best leader
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? Playing good ole mount and blade and whatnot
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We will give this till 12 am central US on the 28th of April before we lock in who can run and put up the thread for people to vote in.

Troll apps will not be added, and you must answer all of the questions in the app.  Consider this your warning.  I'll try and update the op daily, other mods can update it as well.  Check the stickied threads for help.

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[b]Name:[/b] 
[b]EU or NA?:[/b]
[b]Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?:[/b]
[b]Why should you become CR?:[/b]
[b]What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term?[/b]

EU:

Maskman

Name: Maskman
EU or NA?: EU
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?:
Why should you become CR?: Add a bit of spice to FSE, we shouldn't be allowing these NA's to dominate the thread!

I was also CR before and did some stuff but more importantly I have just recently gained the support of the two most influential groups that operate and control the community, the Kayi Tribe and the 45tMen Lovers. With their support I feel like I can finally win a CR election  :-*

What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? Keeping the community active through continually helping out hosting tournaments like NWWC whilst also building the ground work for EIC and RGT, the next regimental tournaments

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Alf
Name:  Alf
EU or NA?: EU
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: Because we can’t let Maskman win a CR election, also because I’m a nice guy who talks to a lot of people (probably)
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? I will mostly focus on using my term to meet with multiple parts of the community including the more casual side to learn what they want from the game and why they stick to the areas they do. The same will go for the competitive side as although I’m more familiar I would still enjoy learning about what players look for these days in the game. I will support event hosts however I feel it’s best to let the great hosts we have keep up their good work without more interference than they ask for. Down to get a randomised tournament going though
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NA:

Glenn
Name: Glenn

EU or NA?: NA

Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes, I do understand.

Why should you become CR?: For the past several years, I have been heavily involved in regimental and competitive matters in both North America and Europe. Because of my experience in the past, I have been entrusted with administrative privileges or being forced to captain a team during tournaments. I feel my past experiences being a regimental leader and having administrative privileges can translate over fairly well if I were to be Community Representative.

What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? I will support Wastee with whatever is needed to help complete his Napoleonic Wars Championship Series. After his draft league completes, I will help host a tournament whether it is a duel or groupfighting tournament depending on what the community wants during that period. Afterwards, we will see if the community would like to have another Draft League as it seems to be the pattern for the past year.

On the casual side of things, I will continue supporting that side of the community as well. I am still in contact with the remaining regimental leaders of the causal North American side of the community. I am aware that the 61e has been hosting events on Thursday with their Trench Battle event and Sundays with a joint event with South Americans that brings about 100+ people still. The ERB regiment based in South America are hosting SA based events on Saturdays that several North American regiments are attending as well. I'm hoping that I can find a way to push those numbers up throughout the Summer.
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Morraine
Name: Moraine
EU or NA?: NA
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: I've undoubtedly done more for NW and BCOF than anyone else running, I am mostly active on the forums on the bcof side at the moment but I do poping on NW from time to time to see the competitive events and how they are doing.
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? Moderate both NW and BCOF forums, as well as work with both sides of the community to perhaps collab and work together to make both communities alive and prosper especially linebattle side of NW.
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Levis
Name: Levis
EU or NA?: NA
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: I have helped the NA community in many forms, by running tournaments or helping by being a referee in the competitive community. Also on the BCOF side, i am helping in the running of events or even started making maps.
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? Moderate both NW and BCOF forums, as well as work with both sides of the community to help both communities grow.
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SouljaBoy
Name: Souljaboy (CockJohnson)
EU or NA?: NA
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: Because I (Soulja boy) want to see this community rise up to greatness again, I have backers like Dan the Chef endorsing and financing my campaign. I feel like with my new gen angle I can revive this community and make it strong again!
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? I commit to making MM a mandated experience for all NA mount and blade gamers so that I can finally have stats of above 700 dmg per game, I also plan to unravel a new NA merch line featuring all of the quotes from all of our beloved NW gamers such as Yoloswag, Cwater, Glenn, Myself, TomSnow, Russianfury, NickyJ, 61e save NW meeting,. I plan to host a variety of FUN NW tourneys.
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Mikey
Name: Mikey
EU or NA?: NA
Are you aware that the position of Community Representative is one of trust and confidence, and do you understand you can be punished for breaking that trust?: Yes
Why should you become CR?: Because I am cool and if I get elected I can make our community cooler.
What are one or two things you commit to doing as CR this term? Host more tournies, continue to help waste run the draft league we made, and keep cringe posting off FSE I'm sick of the cringe posting. Whoever wins please help stop the cringe posting.
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Community / MOVED: Noobs dogshit Melee Tier List for Duels
« on: February 22, 2022, 02:24:44 pm »

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Groupfighting Teams / Looking for a Groupfighting Team or Members?
« on: February 22, 2022, 02:23:44 pm »


Looking for a Groufighting Team or Members?



This thread is for;

- People who are looking for a groupfighting team.

- Groupfighting teams who are looking for more members.

- Seeing which teams are recruiting and which are closed.

If you are looking for a team or for players for your team then feel free to post below, just like people do on the regimental version of this.

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Groupfighting Teams / Invictus - Disbanded
« on: December 07, 2021, 10:12:22 am »



ROSTER


CAPTAIN(s)
   
MEMBERS
Herishey
ClaSh
Hypno
Snikkel
ZeroNight
Blitzkrieg
Narrow
Golden
Axiom

HONORARY MEMBERS
DOMI
Gibby
Hertz






TOURNAMENT FINISHES

GOLD(s)
   SILVER(s)
   BRONZE(s)
🥇 Placeholder   🥈 EGS S3 #5 6v6 Tournament   🥉 EGS S3 #3 7v7 Tournament
🥇 Placeholder   🥈 Placeholder   🥉 EGS S3 #4 5v5 Tournament
🥇 Placeholder   🥈 Placeholder   🥉 EGS S3 #6 7v7 Tournament



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The Mess Hall / Hall of Fame - Posted!!
« on: September 02, 2021, 05:45:57 pm »







Regiments that may have seen less success in the competitive sphere yet have contributed significantly
to the development of this game, community and have been a constant fixture in competitive events.






77y




About them
In 2011 the 77y began to play in the Mount & Musket mod for Mount & Blade:
Warband which lead to the Napoleonic Wars DLC we play today. It is unclear who
they were founded by but since their switch to the Napoleonic Wars DLC Aztir has
been the Colonel, prior to this it is likely Heinis, Henkka and Bjarzii were
some of the key founding members. The regiment/group itself actually formed a
good bit before this. Thanks to Malakith's YouTube channel which thrived in the
earlier years of NW the 77y had a constant influx of new players and recruits
bringing a massive amount of players into the community. Some of which stayed
but many of which sadly did not, the DLC of course is not for everybody. Despite
this the 77y has had many different detachments/companies over the years and had
varying levels of competitive success but no one can deny that they have always
been a pillar within the community throughout NW's entirety. Overall they are
one of the most successful regiments in NW on a few fronts other than just
competitive aspects. Generally speaking the best of the 77y's players have been
trained in-house, especially their earlier years and they have always been a
fixture in line competitive events. The regiment was always praised for it's
great community outside of M&B as well.
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IVe Corps




About them
The IVe community first started playing the Mount & Musket mod for
Mount & Blade: Warband in 2011 but was originally formed in 2010 by Bastien.
Since then the 45e is another regiment that has had a few varying levels in
competitive success. Over its years the IVe Corps including regiments such as
the 45e have had some good highs in competitive fixtures and a few rougher
patches but always been a constant fixture within them. Over its many years a
very high percentage of all French players have passed through here at one point
and many of them have improved here a lot before moving on elsewhere or in some
cases staying.
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59th




About them
The 59th were formed by Kaide, they were another one of the great
regiments when it came to their approach to recruiting. Due to their two highly
successful servers JailBreak and Napoleonic Role Play which they kept a tight
leash on their flow of recruits was pretty much endless and it was a regiment
who truly helped shape a lot of great players, many of which are probably not
remembered as being part of the 59th such as Hypno. Until they disbanded they
were always part of competitive fixtures and also had varying results though
never quite reached the heights that say the 77y did.
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63e




About them
The 63e are another obvious one when it comes to talking about famed and
strong community regiments within Mount & Blade: Warband's Napoleonic Wars DLC.
Obviously the 63e was an enormous regiment, especially on their NA side where
they were able to field 100 players at one point. Generally speaking the 63e
didn't have too much competitive success but they were always a hard regiment to
play due to their 'slower' style of playing 1v1's. That being said they did have
some good results versus regiments and came 2nd in one season of NWL. Formed by
Karth the regiment began to fade reasonably quickly once he departed/went
inactive.
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2Lr/2Lhr




About them
The 2Lr, formed by Ipoa (the 2Lhr before it was formed by Cooper) are
almost the German equivalent to the French's IVe. It is worth noting that the
communities of the 2Lr and 2Lhr are practically the same but under new
leadership and similar rules/traditions though these are now evolving more in
line with the community for better or worse. A massive regiment where the vast
majority of German players have passed through at at least one point. Always a
constant fixture in any competitive events but with a much more limited success
record than many of the other regiments here. But their impact on the
competitive and casual scene for both infantry and cavalry more than warrants
their place here.
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33rd




About them
The 33rd was formed on 5th of June 2012 by Lowlander. They ran the 33rd
Siege server and had a few popular YouTubers (popular by NW's standards at
least) such as SilentMusket, as well as their constant presence in both casual
and competitive events allowed them to have a great and constant flow of
recruits. Their siege server was always very popular and outlasted the first
popular NW siege server (84e Siege) in the end. They are one of the largest and
longest-standing regiments throughout NW's history and throughout that entire
period they have been a constant fixture in competitive events/leagues. At times
they truly have been a force to be frightened of just like the 77y but over the
years as they shifted to a more casual focus they have fallen a bit down the
ladder to being more of a 'top of league 2' or 'bottom of league 1' side in most
events. Over their NW lifetime they've had a number of leaders such as MrSt3fan,
Gurkha and Bobmahlog.
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18e




About them
The 18e is a regiment that has disbanded, renamed and reformed more times
than even Chriseh himself can count. Founded by Chriseh this regiment has always
had a similar core of players with varied other members in each of it's eras.
The regiment had some periods of success for example when they won the
Napoleonic Wars League Season 9 'controversially' but generally speaking were
not much of a threat in competitive events/leagues. Though they were always
present. The regiment always had a strong community and a high amount of players
and was often praised for its community outside of M&B much like the 77y.
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15th




About them
The 15th was an early powerhouse for regimental size and attendance.
Founded by Cenkris with his wife MadVixen they had the first Humans vs Bots
server which was a constant flow of a lot of recruits in itself and they ran
this server with an iron fist controlling a large portion of recruitment on the
EU side of things. They didn't really compete in competitive events but I feel
they deserved a place here for their activity, attendance and community impact
with that server alone.
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16th




About them
The 16th was founded on the 28th of December 2014 by Nicos &
AlekoTheGreek. The past few years they have been arguably the most active and
largest casual community regiment. Attending 4-5 events per week and out of
those 3 events with all their companies (bringing comfortably 65+ members to
said events. Overall as well they have been present in competitive and casual
events since the start of their existence have been doing our part for the
development of the game as well as it's own players hosting a public server for
almost a year (16th Naval Battle) and some of their own events such as
linebattles. They have not had a great deal of competitive success as of yet but
they have a strong community and are a large part of the current NW one.
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19th




About them
The 19th was formed almost 5 years ago by El Presidente. The 19th has
more competitive success than its predecessor regiment the 54e where a large
portion of this community comes from. They have a few podium placements in some
of the more more 'minor' competitive events/leagues and have played in most the
others since their formation as well with some varying success levels. Much like
hte 16th they are one of the highest activity active regiments at the moment and
do their part for the community hosting events and training up/with a lot of
'smaller' name players.
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Special Mentions:

6te
5pp
1stBrig (56e)








Regiments that have contributed to the community via recruiting and training
players from public servers or weaker players to a better skill level, a large
proportion of the community will recognise one of these regiments as being the
first they ever joined. These regiments have often been responsible for the
early development of some of the community s best players, who often moved on
and joined one of the top regiments in their respective eras.







Spartans




About them
The Spartans formed by Titan/Unnamed Spartan in 2012 trained a high amount of quality melee based
players. They were constantly playing on public servers be that 33rd Siege, Groupfighting or any other playing as
a team and had very high levels of teamwork. Their roster was not always the strongest but due to their
focus on teamwork they could cause any regiment a problem if they did get into melee with enough men
left. Even now a large amount of great players that still play to this day passed through the Spartans
and this is where their skill began to increase a lot due to this focus on melee/teamwork practice. Some
players trained in this regiment were Rommel, BlackBeard and ZeroSkilled.
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K-KA




About them
The K-KA after its first few years didn't tend to do much 'training' as such but played a
high amount of events and were always heavily focused on melee. A large percentage of the NW
community passed through here at least once over its three stints and for some players, this is
where they reached their peak playing at the highest level against other great regiments such as
the 91st or 77y. Some players trained in this regiment were Norseman, SweetAngel and Flammeus.
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63e




About them
The 63e were a regiment who took a lot of complete 'new' players in as well as
some veterans and were very focused on training because of this. Much like the 77y due to
their servers/popularity/size they had a large amount of new recruits coming in that may
have little to no experience in a proper regiment so they needed to be trained up. Over the
years many great players came up through the ranks of the 63e or just passed through for
a period. Especially Scandinavian players. Some players trained in this regiment were
EpicPizza, Rydh and Umbra.
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59th




About them
The 59th was a regiment that for their actual level of success created a very
high amount of skilled meleers. A lot of these tended to move on once they were starting to
reach their prime which is why I believe they never reached the heights they may have
liked to. But they focused on melee/teamwork training heavily, much like 63e with a lot of
new players from their highly popular public servers and churned out many a great player.
Some players trained here were Hypno, Hursty and MarxeiL.
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2ndCSG




About them
The 2ndCSG was a more 'Corps' like regiment formed in 2011 by Titan/The
Unnamed Spartan and was essentially the regiment before both Spartans and Posh's 17e
that when it split/disbanded created the two of them. Both were regiments that took many
more unknown or 'new' players and trained them up to play very well. These core training
techniques came originally from the 2ndCSG and were carried over to both other regiments.
Much like the Spartans most of their focus was on the teamwork side of melee. Some
players trained here were Posh, Mike and Titan.
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77y




About them
The 77y lead by Aztir over the Napoleonic Wars DLC years but the founders are unclear
are along the same lines as the 63e and 59th, as mentioned in the other section, had
a massive influx of recruits from Malakith's YouTube as well as their highly popular
early events such as their sieges and a few servers that they ran over their years.
The 77y always had very specific training procedures and processes in order to
obtain higher ranks or even to join specific companies in the 77y and in their earlier
years probably up until about 2016 this kept the standards very high for their
grenadiers and some other players which allowed them to perform very well even
with a 'weaker' roster in a lot of cases on paper in many competitions. Some players
trained here were Rikkert, Rikimaru, JHS and Raii.
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84e




About them
The 84e formed by Aldemar had a similar scenario to the 77y where Aldemars YouTube
was rather popular and brought in recruits and they also hosted the 84e NW Siege
server which generated a high amount of recruits as well over their years. The 84e
much like the 77y had standards once you got to a certain rank that if you did not
meet or could not pass the challenge(s) then you could not get promoted and due
to this they had very high quality meleers as you got to the higher ranks with some
of the most feared 'CplFo's the game has probably ever seen. The 84e did not have
the strongest roster overall generally speaking but their older or higher ranked members
were all top players in their own right and they focused on melee training very heavily.
Some players trained here were Eddie, Axiom and Mopin.
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14e




About them
The 14e were in the same Corps as the 84e and were their French brother regiment. The
14e was formed by Verdieb and Knight. Much like the 84e they had standards/challenges
for their members to get promoted to certain ranks and these were all taken very
seriously as was their commitment to training both melee and teamwork. The 14e
achievement more with pretty much just French players than their international brothers
the 84e and most great French players that played throughout their years passed through
here at least once. Some players trained here include FlopZ, Enriik and SpaceKiller.
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33rd




About them
The 33rd was formed by Lowlander. They ran the 33rd Siege server and had a few popular
YouTubers (popular by NW's standards at least) such as SilentMusket as I mentioned in
the last section this lead to a constant flow of recruits both new and in some cases a bit
more seasoned. The 33rd always trained hard and offered a bit of mentoring for these
newer players to improve. They have never been a regiment to take in too many
veterans/seasoned players and generally all their best players came from within through
their internal training procedures, at least in their earlier to middle years. Some players
trained here include Ledger, Draken and Van Hulstein.
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17e




About them
The 17e was formed by Posh in 2012 and was another early regiment who did a lot of
recruited on public servers. The 17e consisted mostly of ex 2ndCSG members who were
trained up over their years in 17e to make one of the most formidable regiments of it's
era without too many big names on the roster. Through their lights and line company
they recruited 10's of players and trained up those who stuck around. Their training style
was quite similar to the Spartans training once or twice a week in both internal
groupfights, 2 or 3v1s with the rookies being the 2 or 3's and the more experienced
players being the 1's as well as general formation training. Some players trained here
included Herishey, fatkoala and SilentPain.
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Special Mentions:

2Lr/2Lhr
45e (IVe Corps)
92nd








Leaders that specifically have shown superior and advanced leading technique and ability in linebattle/1v1/2v2 style events. You do not have
to have won anything to be eligible as you could win something by purely having a very strong line-up rather than superior leading skills.







Gaz




About him
Gaz'z only leadership experience has came leading the 77y over the last 8 years. It's had its
highs and lows of competitive success and throughout all of NW's years and Gaz has always been
known as one of the best tactical leaders throughout these years. Many of the times the 77y did
win a gold, silver or bronze medal which they have the third most in total below 15thYR and the
K-KA). These podium spots include NWL (Napoleonic Wars League), NLC (Napoleonic Linebattle
Cup) and the NWCL (Napoleonic Wars Champions League). During many of these podium spots
the 77y were not the strongest regiment on paper and often had significantly weaker line-ups
where Gaz's strong leadership allowed them to win my taking the advantage before engaging in
melee where if they went in outnumbered they would most likely lose.
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Tavington




About him
Tavingtons only leadership experience came leading the 91st Highlanders, one of the most
feared & notorious regiments in all of NW's history. He ruled this with an iron fist and was known
forcing high levels of both discipline and teamwork within his members. The 91st always had a
very strong roster but they played in a highly competitive era so a good leader was still required
to achieve success. During his command of the 91st they won the first season of NWL (Napoleonic
Wars League), the second season of NLC (Napoleonic Linebattle Cup) and the 5th season of NWL.
As well as a few other top 3 placements.
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Hekko




About him
Hekko lead the 15e originally in Mount & Musket and then a few years later in NW's period lead the Nr.24 which during its life span was debatably the most feared regiment in
the NW DLC in its time. Not to be mistaken by just their pure melee ability the Nr.24's leadership
was of the top caliber and very experienced. Hekko always found a way for them to get into melee
without losing too many troops as they knew as long as the losses were not too heavy that they'd
be able to overcome the majority of regiments even with a slight deficit. They had very few losses
or draws aside from the odd slip-up such as the famed 5pp draw during NWL during Hekko's time leading.
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Verdieb




About him
Verdieb lead another of the stronger/strongest regiments in the earlier NW era and possibly the
strongest French regiment of NW's time (though this is of course up for debate). He was a more
patient leader than most of the others in this list but that does not detract from his ability. During
his time at the helm the 14e achieved 1st place in season 2 NWL'S (Napoleonic Wars League)
league 2 and then won league 1 the season after. They then came 2nd in the fourth season as
well. As an all French regiment it is argument during their more successful years prior to their
more recent reform that they had a less 'stacked' roster than many of the regiments they
competed against.
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Pieter




About him
Pieter's first regimental leadership role came in the 15thYR where he was 2nd in command until
he formed the 17e as Colonel. It was around this time that he began to show his leading prowess
where the 17e dominated both line and groupfighting style events/tournaments/leagues. Of
course they had a very strong roster but it still requires a good leader at the helm to have such
success. This was further supported when he lead Belgium & the Netherlands in the Nations 1v1
Cup where he beat the UK in the final controversially.
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Gi




About him
Gi's only regimental leadership role came within the 15thYR where he has been at the helm for
several years now and has achieved more success than any other leader over those years and
maybe over the entirety of NW's years other than perhaps Gaz. It is without a doubt that he is
tactically one of the best leaders throughout NW's history even though he has played with a
very strong roster in his regiment over these years. Aside from this Gi also lead the UK in the
Nations 1v1 Cup where the UK came 2nd to the Netherlands & Belgium team lead by Pieter.
During 15thYR's successful years they won the most regimental tournaments/leagues achieving
fourteen gold medals and several silver/bronzes.
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Posh




About him
Posh's leadership experience was mainly in the original 17e of the NW DLC. Aside from this he did
rank as an NCO in a few other regiments such as the 2ndCSG and 22nd. During his time leading
the 17e through vigorous training on mainly public server players or players from his past regiment,
the 2ndCSG he trained up one of the strongest regiments of the earlier era's of the NW DLC. His
leadership had to be good in order to obtain results as the roster was one of the less stacked playing
in the first editions of the NWL (Napoleonic Wars League). The 17e won the 1st edition of NWL's league
2 which as it was the first edition had a mixed batch of strong and weak regiments within it. The
regiment also won the 3rdFG Cup which was a knockout style regimental tournament defeating the
22nd in the final.
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Chriseh




About him
Chriseh's leadership experience came in several stints/versions of the 18e. They were known as a few
other names such as the 27th but ultimately they were all the same regiment with a similar core and
the same leadership. Chriseh won the NWL Season 9 (Napoleonic Wars League) once with the 18e
(there was quite some controversy around this win due to the K-KA dropping out who had beaten the
18e giving them a default win to beat the 15thYR in the end). But aside from the controversial win the
regiment achieved very good results, especially for a roster that was significantly weaker than several
other regiments competing in the competition that year.
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DasBrot




About him
All of DasBrot's leading experience came within his own regiment the 6teGarde. The 6te Garde never had the best or most stacked of rosters of all the German regiments let alone others. But that did not Stop DasBrot practicing unique formations with his members. Some of these simply looked cool but others like their quick form formation started a base that many leaders still use to this day. The 6te had a good amount of surprise results in NWL (Napoleonic Wars League) due to his leading ability including a win vs the K-KA and close linebattles with the original 8Lr who were the best German regiment at the time.
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PrideofNi




About him
PrideofNi's leadership experience all came within the K-KA (Kaiserlich und Königliche Armee) in both the
early era of NW and once they reformed after their initial disband a few months later. In the earlier era's
that K-KA played the regiment had a lot more success than in the later one when it came to linebattle style
events purely because the new roster had no patience for these events as time passed, Pride also began to
lose that same patience in the later period. During their stronger years, they won many tournaments such
as the Won 6th season of NWL as well as ten top two placements in total.
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Special Mentions:

Desant
Donald
Aldemar








These are players that dedicated a lot of their time to hosting events for the community be that something
entirely new or just carrying on the traditions of the community and fulfilling their competitive needs.






Hekko




About him
Hekko was the inventor/creator of the NWEC (Napoleonic Wars European Cup) which lead to the creation
of the NWWC (Napoleonic Wars World Cup) createdby Herishey once he had dropped out of the community
after Nr.24 disbanded. This was the first and at the time only nation style tournament. He hosted the NWEC
from 2011 up until 2013 at which point he dropped out of the community as mentioned before. Aside from
this Hekko also hosted several more minor tournaments such as 5v5 tournaments or the fisrt randomised
team tournament that I can remember, which was a 5v5 Randomised in 2013.
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Herishey




About him
Since around 2014 Herishey has been involved in the tournament scene. Starting off with minor
tournaments such as the [FG] series. He was the creator of several tournament concepts such as the NWWC
(Napoleonic Wars World Cup) once Hekko had stopped hosting the NWEC (Napoleonic Wars European Cup),
the Duel League (FG Duel League), M-NWWC (Mini Napoleonic Wars World Cup) and the creator of TOG
(Tournament Organisational Group). TOG was the first attempt at making a group of all the current organisers
with official referee's, rulesets and servers to help other hosts and improve tournament quality. On top of this
he hosted/co-hosted twenty+ minor tournaments such as duel, 5v5 and sword/bayonet tournaments and four
editions of the NWWC as well as two of the Mini-NWWC. He also helped host NWL in two of it's final seasons
and has helped with the majority of other tournaments at some point over the years such as hosting an
edition of the GFL (Groupfighting League) and RGT (Regimental Groupfighting Tournament). Aside from these
more 'serious' tournaments Herishey hosted many casual tournaments such as the hunger games tournament,
randomised tournaments and decremental tournaments.
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MarxeiL




About him
MarxeiL created his own M.Tournaments series which gained its own board a few years back. He
has been hosting tournaments even before then though starting to help host or co-host in around 2016. He has
hosted fifteen+ minor tournaments in this time and co-hosted many others. He is also the eventor/creator of the
Tiered Duel League. MarxeiL also hosted an edition of the NWWC (Napoleonic Wars World Cup), the MRGL
(Regimental Groupfighting League) and the NWFL (Napoleonic Wars Fantasy League).
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Tavington




About him
Tavington hosted tournaments during the entire duration of the 91st in both it's stints. These were
always in the same format which was the 5v5 with 1 sword format. These were seen as iconic during this era and
pretty much the only tournament hosted with the exception of the NWEC. He hosted ten+ of these over the period
and this format still crops up from time to time to this day.
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Voluble




About him
Voluble is one of the more recent hosts and only started hosting in about mid 2019. He started by
hosting fairly minor tournaments just the standard 5v5, 6v6, etc formats. Since then however he has helped with
several more major projects such as TOG (Tournament Organisation Group) and EGS (European Groupfighting
Series) which is now going into it's 3rd season. EGS is along the same lines of what TOG Was but has been much
more successful and gone on for much longer than TOG did due to the dedication of Voluble and
the rest of the team. This has helped improve tournament quality greatly and pretty much now controls the
majority of the competitive scene (at least team wise) in Mount & Blade's Napoleonic Wars DLC scene.
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Tardet




About him
Tardet has been known over the majority of NW's time but I think he started properly hosting
around 2013-14. Tardet has also been involved in the vast majority of major tournaments over the years such as
hosting a couple editions of RGL. He has also hosted fifteen+ minor tournaments over the years too in varied
formats such as 5v5, 6v6 or tournaments involving swords that not too many hosts get involved in.
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DasBrot




About him
DasBrot was one of the two inventors of the NWL (Napoleonic Wars League) which was the first
major regimental linebattle tournament. He hosted this event over 8 seasons, Bever stopped after 5 which is why
DasBrot has been included here in his absence.
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Cazasar




About him
Cazasar was one of three creators of the RGL (Regimental Groupfighting League), the first proper
regimental groupfighting league, before this there was only the Regimental Groupfighting Tournament which was
a knockout, then later groups and knockout style tournament. He helped the other two (Pheon!x and Rommel)
host this event for 6 seasons before others took over in their absence. On top of this he was also one of the
creators of the NLC (Napoleonic Linebattle Cup) with the same organisational team. He also hosted NWWC once
with the same team but half way through the two others went inactive and this edition was then continued with Herishey.
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Chriseh




About him
Chriseh also known as John Price created and hosted the EIC (European Infantry Cup) for four
seasons. He also hosted the RGT ( Regimental Groupfighting Tournament) for several seasons after Karth dropped
it and ever since. He has also helped with 2 editions of the RGL and co-hosted a few other events.
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Kore




About him
Kore over the years has generally took more minor roles in the scene such as co-hosting major
tournaments such as the NWWC (Napoleonic Wars World Cup), RGL (Regimental Groupfighting League), etc. But
aside from that he has also hosted/co-hosted several minor tournaments (10+) and at hosted some major ones
of his own such as the NWWC (Napoleonic Wars World Cup) as the main host for one season.
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Special Mentions:

Shadey
Rommel
Pheon!x








Much like the competitive category these are players that dedicated a lot of their time to hosting events for the
community be that something new or carrying on the traditions of the community, just for the casual side of things.







Kincaid



 
About him
Kincaid has hosted many events over the last few years. These include things like the 33rds
prestigious LOTR (Lord of the Rings), historical and normal linebattles. As well as more major works that could
be seen as either competitive or casual depending who you ask such as the NWBC (Napoleonic Wars Battle
Championship) which he created in which all forms of regiments/armies are brought together to fight in a
competitive version of a casual linebattle. As well as his other invention of the Napoleonic Campaign where
linebattles are played to fight through a virtual map of Europe. Aside from this Kincaid also hosted the Regimental
2v2 tournament for 2 seasons, although this is competitive rather than casual I felt it should be mentioned as he
isn't mentioned in the competitive area. All of these events use a wide range of custom maps.
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Dams




About him
Dams has hosted the IVe events such as their linebattle or sieges for several years now
which have remained to be one of the most consistent and popular events over the period.
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Tavington




About him
Tavington hosted two of the most reknowned linebattles in early NW (the 91st Thursday/Sunday
linebattles) that were very popular and very exclusive to get into. They generally only accepted the more skilled
regiments that would come at the time as they wanted it to be a high skilled and competitive linebattle rather
than a normal casual linebattle. They only used custom maps, even for the maps that seemed random in order
for them to be balanced.
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CurlyConnor




About him
CurlyConnor hosted the 2nd linebattles/events as well as the original version of the Trenchbattle
event that is still going today but under new hosts. Trenchbattle was pretty much exactly what it said in the name.
An Napoleonic Wars linebattle with maps designed to be like a World War One trench battle. He hosted between
the 2014-2019 years and much like most of the hosts that made it into this list the events used custom maps.
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Malakith




About him
Malakith hosted the early 77y events for quite a few years up until he eventually retired from the
77y. In the early days this event brough in hundreds if not thousands of players into the Napoleonic Wars DLC
through Malakiths YouTube videos. The event was extremely popular for its first few years. The event didn't
always use custom maps but used quite a few as well as adaptations of the original maps.
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Kieran




About him
Kieran hosted the 19th events including the 19th Saturday & Sunday Linebattles and the Friday
Modded event for over 3 years now. These events have been very popular over these years and although I've
never been to one personally I've heard great things about them from fellow 19th members and those who
have attended. I believe its quality is backed up by it's attendance where at certain points in recent months
it's been one of the very few events that reaches the full capacity of two hundred.
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Fenny




About him
Fenny hosted the 8th Royal linebattles & conquests from 2013 up until late 2016. These events
were fairly standard Napoleonic Wars Linebattles/Conquests but were always properly hosted and very popular
during these earlier years of NW. An average event always had a full server for Fenny and the 8th events.
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Peter Broetz




Spoiler
Peter Broetz hosted the renown 60th Rifles events as well as the K-KA ones. This included three different
linebattles that were all very popular during their time.
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Felix




Spoiler
Felix hosted several 'special'/'unique' events between 2013-16 to promote his server company Arctic Servers
as well as any new Napoleonic Wars modes/features that FSE (Flying Squirrel Entertainment) brought in. These
included events such as the first ever pirate battle event that went on for a few months after it's first trial.
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Zebaad




Spoiler
Zebaad hosted several linebattle events such as the 47th linebattles and he also hosted some more unique
events with some of the custom maps he himself created. These more unique events included events such as
 the first ever melee only siege and a deathrun.
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Special Mentions:

Mitchell
Aztir
Stylish







These are players that have influenced the community constructively in a
major way with their efforts and actions over their time in the community.






Hekko




About him
Hekko began playing in the early days of MM and made both the 15e and the Nr.24 which were
both highly successful regiments of their time. On the hosting side Hekko was the inventor/creator of the NWEC
(Napoleonic Wars European Cup) which lead to the creation of the NWWC (Napoleonic Wars World Cup) created
by Herishey once he had dropped out of the community after Nr.24 disbanded. This was the first and at the time
only nation-style tournament. He hosted the NWEC from 2011 up until 2013 at which point he dropped out of
the community as mentioned before. Aside from this Hekko also hosted several more minor tournaments such
as 5v5 tournaments or the first randomised team tournament that I can remember, which was a 5v5 Randomised
in 2013.
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Tardet




About him
Tardet from a community aspect aside from his tournament/hosting contribution he was also known
to help create/maintain strong regiments at an officer level such as the 75e, 85e and the 13e. He has always been
heavily involved in the community from all aspects including moderating over the forums also over the last few
years and just generally helping out in general. If you don't know him from that you've most likely seen some of
his lengthy posts on regimental/event threads summarising or updating on event or regimental status and these
are truly a sight to behold and certainly not short of effort. Tardet has also been known over the majority of NW's
time but I think he started properly hosting around 2013-14. Tardet has also been involved in the vast majority
of major tournaments over the years such as hosting a couple of editions of RGL. He has also hosted fifteen+ minor
tournaments over the years too in varied formats such as 5v5, 6v6 or tournaments involving swords that not too
many hosts get involved in. He also had a YouTube channel where he covered several events and tournaments.
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DasBrot




About him
DasBrot was one of the two inventors of the NWL (Napoleonic Wars League) which was the first major
regimental linebattle tournament. He hosted this event over 8 seasons, Bever stopped after 5 which is why DasBrot
has been included here in his absence.
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Voluble




About him
Voluble from a community perspective has been involved heavily in regiments like the 66th, K-KA and
92nd as an NCO and on the groupfighting team front teams like ChimpZ wihch he lead with ThrowUptheX, ProudBoys
and Poosy as well as leading team England in 2020 with Herishey to a win in the NWWC. But where what he is
probably more known for is that he is also one of the more recent hosts and only started hosting in about mid
2019. He started by hosting fairly minor tournaments just the standard 5v5, 6v6, etc formats. Since then however,
he has helped with several more major projects such as TOG (Tournament Organisation Group) and EGS (European
Groupfighting Series) which is now going into its 3rd season. EGS is along the same lines of what TOG Was but has
been much more successful and gone on for much longer than TOG did due to the dedication of Voluble,
and the rest of the team. This has helped improve tournament quality greatly and pretty much now controls the
majority of the competitive scene (at least team-wise) in Mount & Blade's Napoleonic Wars DLC scene. He also has a
YouTube channel where he shows short highlight clips and some matches.
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Herishey




About him
Herishey aside from his hosting/competitive involved has been involved like Tardet in most community
areas of the Napoleonic Wars DLC. He was a Community Representative on FSE for over a year until he was promoted
to moderator where he has now since became a senior moderator, he is also the top poster here and creator of the
all-time list with Gibby. He also created the [FG] (Foot Guards) which was the 2nd ever melee clan doing groupfightings
and 1v1 linebattles at 8pm after the FFE (Friends Federation of Excellence). He was also an NCO/CO of several
renown regiments such as the K-KA, 91st, 17e and 3rdFG. On the groupfighting side of things he captained England
four times to two wins, one third and a second place. He also created The Disciples and TFFO (The Forbidden Fucking
Order) as well as a few other minor teams. Since around 2014 Herishey has been involved in the tournament scene.
Starting off with minor tournaments such as the [FG] series. He was the creator of several tournament concepts such
as the NWWC (Napoleonic Wars World Cup) once Hekko had stopped hosting the NWEC (Napoleonic Wars European
Cup), the Duel League (FG Duel League), M-NWWC (Mini Napoleonic Wars World Cup) and the creator of TOG
(Tournament Organisational Group). TOG was the first attempt at making a group of all the current organisers with
official referee's, rulesets and servers to help other hosts and improve tournament quality. On top of this he
hosted/co-hosted twenty+ minor tournaments such as duel, 5v5 and sword/bayonet tournaments and four editions
of the NWWC as well as two of the Mini-NWWC. He also helped host NWL in two of it's final seasons and has helped
with the majority of other tournaments at some point over the years such as hosting an edition of the GFL (Groupfighting
League) and RGT (Regimental Groupfighting Tournament). Aside from these more 'serious' tournaments, Herishey hosted
many casual tournaments such as the hunger games tournament, randomised tournaments and decremental tournaments.
He also has a YouTube channel where he posted pretty much everything competitive/casual from Mount & Blade over
several years.
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MrSt3fan




About him
MrSt3fan was I believe the longest standing leader of the 33rd Regiment of Foot and lead them through
arguably their strongest period as a regiment competitively. He also hosted several casual events (mainly just the 33rd's
events that have been ongoing over the years during his period in command). Aside from this he also had his own sever
company which donated to both casual and competitive events to be used.
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Cazasar




About him
Cazasar was involved as an NCO in the Spartans and captained Germany several years to their first and
only win in NWWC (Napleonic Wars World Cup) as well as a third place. Cazasar was also one of three creators of the RGL
(Regimental Groupfighting League), the first proper regimental groupfighting league, before this there was only the
Regimental Groupfighting Tournament which was a knockout, then later groups and knockout style tournament. He helped
the other two (Pheon!x and Rommel) host this event for 6 seasons before others took over in their absence. On top of
this, he was also one of the creators of the NLC (Napoleonic Linebattle Cup) with the same organisational team. He also
hosted NWWC once with the same team but halfway through the two others went inactive and this edition was then
continued with Herishey.
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Malakith




About him
Malakith was one of the founding members and the major of the 77y for a long period of time until
around mid-2015. during this time he brought thousands of players to the Napoleonic Wars DLC via his videos. He was also
an FSE moderator for a period of time. Malakith also hosted the early 77y events for quite a few years up until he eventually
retired from the 77y. In the early days this event brought in hundreds if not thousands of players into the Napoleonic Wars
DLC through Malakiths YouTube videos. The event was extremely popular for its first few years. The event didn't always
use custom maps but used quite a few as well as adaptations of the original maps. Malakith was one of the more popular
YouTubers that was actually heavily involved in the community be that with 77y or his time as a moderator on FSE. He
made a lot of videos over his time active on Mount & Blade's NW DLC which included 77y promotions, linebattles, sieges
and other events. His 77y siege event videos tended to be the most popular of the series which helped him get his forty
thousand plus subscribers and hundreds of thousands of views. These videos helped bring countless people into
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Tavington




About him
Tavington created the 91st Regiment in two different competitive era's which was/is one of the most
known regiments in NW's history even though it was not one of the longest alive mainly for their great melee, discipline
, and teamwork. He also ran the Groupfighting Sever when melee groupfighting and 'Groupfighting' competed against one
another for the player-base and maintained this during both stints of the 91st's existence. Tavington also hosted tournaments
during the entire duration of the 91st in both it's stints. These were always in the same format which was the 5v5 with 1
sword format. These were seen as iconic during this era and pretty much the only tournament hosted with the exception
of the NWEC. He hosted ten+ of these over the period and this format still crops up from time to time to this day.
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MarxeiL




About him
MarxeiL Co-lead several Russian regiments and was NCO in some others like 92nd, 96y and 17th_JR.
He also lead and founded the only successful Russian GF team CCCP (other than maybe Elessar's Fruit Ninjas). He also created
the M.Points thread/list to go with his M.Tournaments series which was highly viewed over its years on FSE. MarxeiL also
created his own M.Tournaments series which gained its own board a few years back. He has been hosting tournaments even
before then though starting to help host or co-host in around 2016. He has hosted fifteen+ minor tournaments in this time
and co-hosted many others. He is also the inventor/creator of the Tiered Duel League. MarxeiL also hosted an edition of the
NWWC (Napoleonic Wars World Cup), the MRGL (Regimental Groupfighting League) and
the NWFL (Napoleonic Wars Fantasy League).
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Special Mentions:

Diplex
Wustenkrieger
Grozni




14
Groupfighting Teams / Poosy Groupfighting Team
« on: May 31, 2021, 12:45:48 am »






About






It appears we are back again for some odd stupid reason with a bunch of the same losers, if you want a match talk to Bagins or Hertz.

Python's a loser who lost a tortoise once.





Communication

Bagins
Hertz
Python

Interested in joining Poosy? You probably can't because Rikkerts ugly fuck off.

Top 3 Tournament Placements;

Gold 10x | Silver 8x | Bronze 4x

Tournament Specifics

M.Tournaments TDT
M.Tournaments 7v7
M.League Season 1 5v5
MightyPaiN 7v7 w Sword
HerculesTP 7v7 Protect The King
Le Pitchovina Mk.V 7w7
MightyPaiN 8v8 Melee Tournament
MightyPaiN 9v9 Groupfighting Tournament
Fwuffuble 7v7 Tournament
EGS S2 #3 7v7 Tournament
M.Tournaments 7v7
M.Tournaments Cav& Inf
Protect The King 5v5
HerculesTP 4v4/Duel Tournament
M.Tournaments 5v5 W 2 Sword
EGS S2 #1 5v5 Tournament
EGS S2 #2 6v6 Tournament
EGS S2 #4 5v5 Tournament
MightPaiN 8v8 Melee Tournament
Drake's 4v4 European Tournament
Summer 5v5 Melee Tournament
EGS S2 #5 6v6 Tournament

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Team Captains

Bagins (Breath)
Hertz (Cat)
Python (Ezterminator)
Tastiest Poosy

Herishey (BlackPoom)
Poosies

Axiom (MeatFlap)
DOMI (Paralyzer)
Hypno (Butter)
Maurice (ClungeBucket)
Troister (Patrol)
Special Poosies

Asian (LoveGlove)
Barristan (BeefCurtain)
Blackbeard (Splitter)
Dren (Bish)
Elsse (Trail)
Fwuffy (Jooce)
HerculesTP (Pubes)
Ivan (Punter)
Kex (Slayer)
Ledger (Jamaldger)
Maxifighter (MeatSleeve)
Stark (Pocket)
Tiberias (GreenWaffle)
Rikkert (Soaker)



Old
Spoiler
All matches by the Poosies (5v5+)

23/03/2016 Poosy 10 - 2 Sultans
25/03/2016 Poosy 15 - 1 7th
25/03/2016 Poosy 15 - 2 59th
13/04/2016 Poosy 15 - 6 84th (Jarls)
21/04/2016 Poosy 15 - 12 PFS
28/04/2016 Poosy 13 - 15 Gibraltus
29/04/2016 Poosy 15 - 8 Fripouilles
01/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 1 44th
03/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 14 CurryBoys
06/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 4 Praetoriani
08/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 2 44th Rematch
10/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 8 63e
12/05/2016 Poosy 13 - 15 Sultans
14/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 5 CurryBoys
17/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 8 15th_YR
20/05/2016 Poosy 9 - 11 77y+17e
24/05/2016 Poosy 15-11 LegioXlll
28/05/2016 Poosy 14 - 15JediMasters
30/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 6 82e (Dust)
31/05/2016 Poosy 15 - 3 Montenegro Touch
02/06/2016 Poosy 20 - 8 Alcademics
06/06/2016 Poosy 15 - 7 LOS PONTONEROS
08/06/2016 Poosy 16 - 20 CCCP
14/06/2016 Poosy 15 - 6 CCCP
22/06/2016 Poosy 15 - 7 63e
18/07/2016 Poosy 15 - 12 94th
19/07/2016 Poosy 15 - 7 Slavics
20/07/2016 Poosy 20 - 11 63e/23e
20/07/2016 Poosy 10 - 3 63e/23e Rematch
21/07/2016 Poosy 15 - 10 JediMasters
23/07/2016 Poosy 15 - 9 CCCP
26/07/2016 Poosy 15 - 12 Sultans
29/07/2016 Poosy 13 - 15 JediMasters
02/08/2016 Poosy 15 - 9 Slavics*Salt*
14/08/2016 Poosy 14 - 15 17e
23/08/2016 Poosy 15 - 12 Montenegro 
02/09/2016 Poosy 15 - 8 75e
05/09/2016 Poosy 15 - 12 River Guardians (Poosy Server)
09/09/2016 Poosy 15 - 14 River Guardians (1stBrig Server)
10/09/2016 Poosy 7 - 15 Montenegro Touch
11/09/2016 Poosy 15 - 7 Snappers
18/09/2016 Poosy 15 - 8 59th
19/09/2016 Poosy 15 - 8 63e
28/09/2016 Poosy 15 - 13 Montenegro
03/10/2016 Poosy 14 - 15 17th_JR
07/10/2016 Poosy 15 - 8 TBE
09/10/2016 Poosy 10 - 7 18e + 17e Mercs
12/10/2016 Poosy 8 - 15 JediMasters
12/10/2016 Poosy 10 - 3 JediMasters (Rematch)
18/10/2016 Poosy 10 - 6 15e
21/10/2016 Poosy 15 - 10 Myths
22/10/2016 Poosy 15 - 6 Unsullied
31/10/2016 Poosy Trial 15 - 10 Gibraltar
04/11/2016 Poosy 15 - 5 Montenegro
08/11/2016 Poosy 15 - 13 VFE
17/11/2016 Poosy 15 - 3 JediMasters
17/11/2016 Poosy 10 - 4 JediMasters (Rematch)
17/11/2016 Poosy 10 - 6 Fpks 
21/11/2016 Poosy 15 - 6 Poland NWWC
28/11/2016 Poosy 15 - 5 Gibraltar
06/12/2016 Poosy 15 - 6 59th
06/01/2017 Poosy 15 - 6 Wanderers
10/01/2017 Poosy 15 - 8 Wanderers
14/01/2017 Poosy 15 - 8 Jaegers
05/02/2017 Poosy 15 - 5 ChimpZ
12/05/2017 Poosy 15 - 5 TheDaltons
05/08/2017 Poosy 15 - 10 Slavics
05/08/2017 Poosy 7 - 0 Slavics
08/08/2017 Poosy 14 - 15 Syntaxis
10/08/2017 Poosy 15 - 6 Slavics
20/08/2017 Poosy 15 - 7 ChimpZ
24/08/2017 Poosy 11 - 15 All-Stars
06/09/2017 Poosy 15 - 0 2ndCR
07/09/2017 Poosy 15 - 1 JaegerBombersSS
11/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 8 Ukraine NWWC
13/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 8 TBE
16/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 4 LIE Jaegers
16/04/2018 Poosy 10 - 6 LIE Jaegers
17/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 3 Poland NWWC
25/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 9 Ukraine NWWC
27/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 6 Lunatic
28/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 7 Netherlands NWWC
28/04/2018 Poosy 15 - 6 Oven
08/05/2018 Poosy 15 - 14 TBE
09/05/2018 Poosy 15 - 12 1874
01/06/2018 Poosy 15 - 2 Nr12
01/06/2018 Poosy 15 - 5 Snappers
02/06/2018 Poosy 15 - 5 Netherlands NWWC
18/06/2018 Poosy 12 - 15 Jedi Masters
02/07/2018 Poosy 15 - 14 TBE 7v7 Sword & Bayo
15/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 3 TBE
16/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 13 CCCP
17/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 13 JediMasters
18/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 14 Cazadores
20/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 13 CCCP
21/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 8 Asatro
21/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 8 JediMasters
22/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 7 CCCP
22/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 9 2Lr
26/05/2020 Poosy 15 - 13 JediMasters
28/05/2020 Poosy 13 - 15 JediMasters
03/06/2020 Poosy 14 - 15 JediMasters
07/06/2020 Poosy 15 - 13 Animals
08/06/2020 Poosy 15 - 10 Cazadores
10/06/2020 Poosy 15 - 6 CCCP
18/06/2020 Poosy 15 - 0 Cazadores

Battles Won 91/107
Battle Win % = 85% Poosy
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All matches by the Poosies (5v5+)

02/06/2021 Poosy 12 - 15 ChimpZ
03/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 11 Paladins
04/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 5 Snappers
04/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 11 Akatsuki
07/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 13 NFNC
09/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 12 Virgins
09/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 11 ChimpZ
10/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 1 MM
10/06/2021 Poosy 14 - 15 ChimpZ
11/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 3 Cardinals
14/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 4 NFNC
14/06/2021 Poosy 15 - 12 Snappers


Battles Won 10/12
Battle Win % = 83.33% Poosy
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Added stuff - 02.06.2021
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Hertz admitted to having a male foot fetish - 20.09.2021

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General Discussion / Randomised Tournaments Seeding
« on: May 17, 2021, 01:07:29 pm »
I'm curious if the community prefers randomised tournaments being limited to their randomisation by all the seeding that is done nowadays. Please vote on whether you prefer seeding being used to 'try' and make more 'balanced' teams or would prefer them to be completely random?

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