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Off Topic / The Basketball thread.
« on: October 17, 2015, 09:34:11 pm »
Thread were people can discuss basketball.  NBA,College league,Euroleague and Eurocup. Post away.
NBA still in preseason,Euroleague 2nd week to start on the 22nd.

Off Topic / Why can't we have a proper politics thread? |Discussion|
« on: September 03, 2015, 05:20:48 pm »
Can't you people just stop insulting each other and shitposting in a thread that is meant to host serious discussions? I personally believe that the ability to delete posts should be implemented in the Off-topic section,like it recently was in the regimental board. Then again it could just mean just total censorship.
What do YOU think?

Events / 2nd Irish Volunteers Friday Event.| EU |
« on: August 23, 2015, 06:26:52 pm »

The 2nd Irish Volunteers  present their new Friday Linebattle! It will take place every week.
The event will be hosted every Friday at 8.30pm GMT/3.30pm EST!

The server name will be 2nd_Irish_Linebattle  30 minutes before the event is due to start!
Sign ups are made through this forum and can also me made on steam via messaging one of the officers named below.

The password will be handed out via Steam so please make yourself available.

Please bring your men onto the server as soon as you have the password for a start as close to 8.30pm GMT as is possible.
The event will consists of 5 Rounds with a map change on the end of the 3rd round,numbers will be limited to around 80-90 men per side. If you want to know more information contact an organizer  our steam names are:

Steam: Nick Lazanis
Steam: Etherton


Any number of  Line Infantry Per team  - Minimum 5 - Maximum 30

1 Regiment of Light Infantry Per team - 1 Regiment as Light per side - Minimum 5 - Maximum 15

1 Regiment/Detachment of Artillery -Per team - Minimum 3 - Maximum 15 (Including Guards)

1 Regiment of Cavalary Per team - Minimum 5 - Maximum 15

*No teamkilling on purpose
*No rambo
*If more than 8 you have to play as a double column
*If less than 4 you have to join another unit
*Fire charge is not allowed.
*You may only fire out of formation behind cover or inside a building
*Crouching is allowed
*Cavalary must dismount when less than 4

Team 1 - United Kingdom


Team 2 -Continental Army



2nd Irish Volunteers FSE thread.
Thanks to Etherton for his layout

Media / Nick's Videos | Irish Volunteers |
« on: August 22, 2015, 03:08:19 pm »


Credits to Crumpet for the header

History of the 37th

The regiment was raised in Ireland in 1702 by Thomas Meredith, an experienced Protestant officer who had risen to adjutant general. His regiment was posted to Flanders less than a year later and went on to fight at Blenheim (1704) and Ramilies (1706).
The regiment stayed in Europe until setting off for Canada in 1711, but later that year it lost 260 men in a shipwreck on the St Lawrence River and had to return to Britain. It remained in England and Ireland for much of the next 45 years, apart from a year spent raiding the Spanish coast in 1719 and service at Falkirk and Culloden between 1745 and 1746.
It fought throughout the American War of Independence from 1776 to 1783, during which time it was given its county designation of North Hampshire. After the British defeat, it moved to six years’ garrison duty in Canada. At the start of the French Revolutionary Wars (1792-1802) it returned to the Low Countries, before moving on to Gibraltar in 1796 and then nine years in the West Indies from 1800.
In 1813 the regiment raised a 2nd Battalion, although this was disbanded only four years later. In the meantime, in 1814, 1st Battalion began 11 years in Canada. It was briefly back in England for a year in 1825, then the following year moved to Ireland for 17 years. These long garrison terms set the pattern for the rest of the century.

Regiment Aim
Our regiment,aims to create a fun and enjoyable organized experience in game.Our main aim is to have fun with each other while sustaining a basic discipline level in-game and in teamspeak.

Regimental & Kings Colors
Take the Kings shilling. Add Nick Lazanis on steam

Credits to Doctor Warband for his big help with this thread

Clans / [Persistent Frontier] The High Priests.
« on: July 08, 2015, 06:29:11 pm »


Hear ye hear ye!

We are Priest from all over the globe,here to spread the word of the Church of Hades. Our Goal is to save this new continent from it's sins. We wear our priestly clothes and carry our staff's with pride. We also heal under request. We accept small donations for our cause...





Priests in Action: 6





Non-Commissioned Officers

-High Priest-


-Grand Inquisitor-






The High Priests Clan doesn't work around a specific schedule of events. We play when we "feel like it", mainly due to also having events which are arranged on the day for other mods On top of this we are also kind of a gaming community  playing on other mods from time to time.
Monday: Nothing Scheduled
Tuesday: Banter?
Wednesday: Banter?
Thursday: Banter?
Friday: Banter
Saturday: Banter?
Sunday: Top Banter

Nick Lazanis: Nick Lazanis
Teamspeak IP:
Steam Group: ~
Interested in joining the High Priests? If so then add Nick Lazanis on Steam!

Victory  Record


With huge thanks to Herishey for the thread template

So the Dixie battle flag AND NOT the Confederate flag as some people call it,has been banned. I would like to hear the NaS community's thoughts on this matter. I believe it is a disrespect for everyone that fought sporting that very flag. Apparently in today's US free speech is only allowed when it is "Politically correct" and just because a psychopath killed 9 people the flag has to be banned and a historical element of a nation has to be removed....


History of the 5th

Tracing the combat history of the Fifth Missouri, Tucker chronicles the regiment’s actions from its inception in the summer of 1862 to its virtual demise during the Vicksburg Campaign a year later. Though the regiment’s existence as an effective, intact unit was short-lived, the men of the Fifth Missouri amassed a stellar battlefield record that was earned through fighting in some of the toughest battles of the western theater of the Civil War. According to Tucker, one of the reasons that the Fifth Missouri excelled in battle was because several of the men of the regiment had gained experience during pitched battles against Kansas Jayhawkers in the 1850s. Tucker also argues that the diversity in the backgrounds of the men of the regiment added to their toughness and morale. The fact that the Fifth Missouri was composed of St. Louis “Irishmen and pro-South Missourians of mostly Upper South ancestry” made them “a unit possessing a unique blend of an unshakable esprit de corps, resiliency, high performance level, and iron discipline”.

A drawing of the regiment's captain
Beginning with the Battle of Iuka, Kentucky, the Fifth Missouri quickly earned the reputation of an elite Confederate unit. Later, during the Battle of Corinth, the men of the Fifth Missouri overran enemy positions at Battery Powell and Fort Richardson, capturing over forty pieces of field artillery. During Ulysses S. Grant’s Mississippi campaign, the unit continuously faced overwhelming odds and difficult circumstances, performing impressively despite being poorly equipped and supplied at times. Perhaps one of the best examples of the Fifth Missouri’s tenacity in battle occurred during the Battle of Port Gibson. As the situation at Port Gibson turned against the Confederates and a retreat became necessary, the men of Company I of the Fifth Missouri engaged in a rear-guard action, and one point in the battle, seven members of the unit held off an entire Union division while the rest of the regiment retreated. Another amazing battlefield feat of the Fifth Missouri took place at the Battle of Champion’s Hill, where the Fifth Missouri earned its reputation as one of the best units on either side of the Civil War. There the regiment charged headlong into Grant’s advancing army, almost splitting the Union center in two and nearly winning the battle for the Confederacy. Time and time again, from the Battle of Iuka to the Siege of Vicksburg, the Fifth Missouri proved to be among the best fighting units of the entire Confederate army.

Ranks and Roster

Grand Inquisitor/Drill Sgt.


Nick Lazanis (Patrick Cleburne)


George Baker

Benskull 90



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Interested in joining?

If you would like to join the 5th Missouri, make sure to fill the application below and answer the question with the best of your ability, or add Nick Lazanis on steam.
[b]Country of Residence:[/b]
[b]Steam ID:[/b]
[b]Why would you like to join the 5th?:[/b]
[b]Past Experience:[/b]

Part of the Armistead Brigade
Credits and a huge thank you to Doctor Warband for this thread.

North & South: First Manassas / Historical Discussion.
« on: June 01, 2015, 11:45:56 pm »
Hello people  of the NaS community. I've decided to dedicate this thread to historical discussion about the civil war,it's battlefields and tactics.
To start out this discussion I would like to recommend  checking out Gettysburg's National Park youtube account and videos of the park tours. I especially enjoyed videos with Matt Atkinson.

Confederates / List of Confederate Regiments
« on: March 28, 2015, 09:11:13 pm »
This is the official regiment list for the Confederacy in NaS: First Manassas

                                                                                                       REGIMENT LIST:
                                                                                                       Infantry: 5th Missouri Infantry  Website
                                                                                                                      2nd South Carolina
                                                                                                                      30th Georgia Volunteers                                                                                             
                                                                                                                      15th Alabama
                                                                                                                      7th Arkansas Infantry                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                      Virginia Military Institute Website
                                                                                                                      19th Louisiana Volunteers
                                                                                                                      8th Virginia Infantry                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                      5th Georgia Volunteers
                                                                                                                      22nd Virginia                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

                                                                                                      Sharpshooters: McNeill's Rangers
                                                                                                                                 1st Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters
                                                                                                       Artillery:27th Horse Artillery Battalion
                                                                                                       Cavalry: TBA

                                                                                                            If you want your regiment in the list             
[b]Regiment's Name[/b]:
[b]Leader's Steam[/b]:
[b]Class[/b]: (Arty/Cav/Line/Skirms)
[b]Website (If there is one)[/b]: (Yes/No)

Confederates / 5th Missouri Infantry
« on: March 11, 2015, 04:44:43 pm »

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