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Community / NA Line Only Linebattle???
« on: September 02, 2021, 03:39:02 pm »
Recently I have noticed a significant drop in NA event attendance, from regular Sunday sieges 80vs80 to now 25vs25 (including pubs) and mid-week events dropping in numbers also, despite not as much. As a result of this, many events have been forced into, at least the initial rounds, to run either no specs or half specs. I'm not sure about the rest of you, but I have actually enjoyed the NA line only linebattles, and wanted to put it out to the rest of the NA community what their thoughts where and if they'd like to see a weekly line only event?


Just a thought, wanting to see others opinions, please let me know below  :D

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Regiments / 67th (Hampshire) Regiment of Foot
« on: May 01, 2019, 06:19:24 pm »
67th (Hampshire) Regiment of Foot

Well, we're back lads. with the 67th originally established on the 26th January 2013, we're making a return into the Anglo Zulu War Modification, Partnering up with the 65y NW regiment we intend to hold both EU and NA events at least 2 times a week.

More Information to come, however if you're interested in joining, join our steam group here.


Thanks for reading, this thread will be updated in the coming days.

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Servers / The Killbox Server [Relaunched]
« on: October 07, 2016, 05:57:59 pm »

The Killbox Server
Relaunched







Welcome to Killbox Relaunched. A fun, active and old server which is finally coming back to Napoleonic Wars. With an updated map rotation, having removed some of the old maps which were disliked with new maps we hope to relaunch Killbox and recreate the enjoyable experience it once was.




Admins
Ryan
Dyatlov
Mauri
Raj
Ranthus
Ethan
Dingus
Stoikospasa
Revolution
Anna
Levis
KIKO
Hekke
Fabi

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Server Rules
Infantry Muskets Only (or ground spawned Axes/Bottles)
No Delaying
No Chat Spamming
No Flaming
1 Recruitment Message per regiment per map
No Teamkilling
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Unban Request
  Name you got banned:
  Date and time when you were banned:
  Reason for the ban:
  Why should we unban you:
  ID:
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Ban Request
  Name of the perpetrator:
  How did he break the rules:
  Date and time of the rule violation:
  Evidence (Screenshots, Chatlog):
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Admin Application
  Steam Name:
  Why would you be a good admin:
  About yourself:
  Current admins that could vouch for you:
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Have fun & enjoy





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Events: EU / Melee Tournament Idea - 6 Nations
« on: February 29, 2016, 06:42:57 pm »
Melee Tournament Groupfighting Idea - 6 Nations

I'm not sure if this has already happened, nor am i sure if something like this has been done before, yet it seems like a fun thing to do so my plan is to explain my idea here and see what the public's reaction is.

As many of you may be aware, there is a annual rugby tournament with 6 competing nations, France, Italy, Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland. Each team will have a chance to play every other team and the winner will be determined by who scores the most points throughout the season, with 2 points being awarded for a win and 1 point being awarded for a draw. In the 6 nations rules, if two or more teams finish the season with the same number of points, the winner is decided on the match points difference however in NW, this could be done by a final match between the two teams.

So, my idea is to have a melee groupfighting tournament with the nations who play in 6 nations to play in this tournament. The teams would initially be 7v7 or 10v10 i havn't had much thought upon it, on the 6 Nations team sizes are of 15 people, but some smaller teams such as Ireland which has faced criticism for having non-irish sign up in an attempt to fill enough players/better skill and hence i think a smaller team would be better.

This is just an idea i've had, nothings been decided on and it is purely for the community to give feedback to, i understand there currently is a NWWC tournament taking place so if this tournament was to take place then it would happen after NWWC to ensure there are no conflicting dates/interests.

As i have said, this is an idea, if anyone is wishing to add to it or to make suggestions then you're more than welcome to and i would be happy to make changes.

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Events: EU / 65y Friday Siege - Transferred to the 1Rhein
« on: December 24, 2015, 03:44:26 pm »

65y Friday Siege [EU]

Welcome to the 65y Friday Siege forum thread. This siege originally started a year ago for an hour a week banter session between some friendly regiments, however now we are creating a forum and opening it up more publicly. . If you want to sign up to the event, a signing up layout will be provided at the bottom. This event will be held on Fridays at 7pm GMT.

Information
Server Name: 65y_Official_Server
Password: Provided on the day
Teamspeak: Provided On Steam
Time: 7pm GMT
Next Event: 22/01/16



Basic Rules
Fire in Charge Allowed
No Trolling
Max 2 Officers per Unit
1 Flag bearer/Musician Per line Max
No Insulting
No Flaming in chat
Minimum of 4 people to move out of spawn
Defenders cannot leave the castle

Infantry
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Minimum 4 Maximum 30
Fire in Charge Allowed
Minimum of 4 people to move out of spawn
Each line may have 1 sapper
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Artillery
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Minimum 3 Maximum 13
All arty pieces on the map are usable
If there are several artillery regiments on a team, artillery pieces must be shared
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Sappers
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Maximum 1 Per Unit/Regiment
150 build points (may be increased on the day depending on the map and popular demand)
No TNT
No blocking doors such as earth mounds
Not being a prick
No sapper towers/teleporters/ladders/staircases over the walls
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Light Infantry
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Minimum 5 Maximum 15
3 Man Spacing Maximum
When attacking the fort, must be in a line formation
No Musketoons
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Attending Regiments
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Lines
65y Moskovskiy Polk (Weekly)
55th Regiment of foot (Weekly)
Ostpreußische Landwehr (Weekly)
5aDiv (Weekly)
1Kurh (Weekly)
3 pułk piechoty Xsięstwa Warszawskiego (Weekly)
AR_Nr.1 (Weekly)

Artillery
65y Moskovskiy Polk (Weekly)
Légions étrangères (Weekly)
AR_Nr.1 (Weekly)
1Rhein (Weekly)

Light Infantry
3rd Royal Marines (Weekly)
172nd Royal Green Jackets (Weekly)
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Sign Ups
Regiment Name:
Class:
Attendance:
Preferred Nation:
Link to Steam of Leader/Representative:
Do you agree to the rules of the event?:
Temporary / Permanent :


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Events: EU / 3pp & 65y Sunday Linebattle - Line Available [31/01/16]
« on: December 22, 2015, 06:34:52 pm »

3pp & 65y Sunday Linebattle [EU]

Welcome to the 3pp and 65y Sunday linebattle forum thread. The 3pp and the 65y have teamed up together to make a fun linebattle experiance, between ourselves and some friendly regiments. If you want to sign up to the event, a signing up layout will be provided at the bottom. This event will be held on Sundays at 7pm GMT.

Information
Server Name: 65y_Official_Server OR 3pp_Linebattle_Server
Password: Provided on the day
Teamspeak: Provided On Steam
Time: 7pm GMT
Next Event: 24/01/16



Basic Rules
Fire in Charge Allowed
No Officer Aim (except skirmishers)
No Reloading in Charge (except skirmishers)
No Trolling
Max 2 Officers per Unit
1 Flag bearer/Musician Per line Max
No Insulting
No Flaming in chat
Any unit 3 or less people must attach onto another unit

Infantry
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Minimum 4 Maximum 25
Fire in Charge Allowed
3 of less join a friendly unit
No Reload in charge
No Officer Aim
Crouching only allowed when behind cover and not in combat
Must fill gaps
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Artillery
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Minimum 3 Maximum 15
Max 2 Arty pieces per team
Maximum 7 Guards
Guards may act as skirmishers
150 build points
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Cavalry
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Minimum 5 Maximum 15
3 or less dismount and join a friendly unit
Cavalry must dismount before firing and then act as skirmishers
All cavalry units allowed
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Light Infantry
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Minimum 5 Maximum 15
3 Man Spacing Maximum
Crouching Allowed
Fire in Charge Allowed
Reload in charge not allowed
No Musketoons
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Skirmishers / Riflemen
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Minimum 3 Maximum 13
5 Man Spacing Allowed
Fire in Charge Allowed
Reload in Charge Allowed
Crouching Allowed
Officer Aim Allowed
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Attending Regiments
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Lines
65y Moskovskiy Polk (Weekly)
3 Pułk piechoty Xsięstwa Warszawskiego (Weekly)
2 Pułk Piechoty Xięstwa Warszawskiego (Weekly)


Artillery
Légions étrangères (Weekly)
65y Moskovskiy Polk (Weekly)
3 Pułk piechoty Xsięstwa Warszawskiego (Weekly)
2 Pułk Piechoty Xięstwa Warszawskiego (Weekly)

Skirms
3rd Royal Marines (Weekly)
172nd Regiment (Weekly)

Light Infantry
65y Moskovskiy Polk  (Weekly)
2eLéger (Once)

Cavalry
3 Pułk piechoty Xsięstwa Warszawskiego (Weekly)
14 Pułk Kirasjerów (Weekly


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Sign Ups
Regiment Name:
Class:
Attendance:
Preferred Nation:
Link to Steam of Leader/Representative:
Do you agree to the rules of the event?:
Temporary / Permanent :



Banned Regiments
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1raDN
Miquelets
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Confederates / 7th Texas [EU/NA]
« on: December 01, 2014, 06:29:23 pm »
Work In Progress.

Not gonna be Volunteers, you think people would actually join us out of choice? xD


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Regiments / 3rd Division "The Iron Division" *Delete*
« on: June 15, 2014, 01:18:31 pm »
3rd Division "The Iron Division"





What are we about?
The purpose of the 3rd Division 'The Iron Division' will be both competitive and supportive to ensure that active regiments can take part in large events however if any smaller regiments wish to join then we have a section of the Division which will help their regiment grow and prosper. For this to happen, we have split the Division into 2 Brigades, the first Brigade will be mainly consistent of the Anglo-Dutch Brigade and the second brigade will be supported by the Imperial Gaming Community.



Roster of Regiments

Royal London Brigade
- 4th Royal Green Jackets
- 3rd Mounted Guard
- 108th Regiment of Foot
- O-Battery The Rocket Troop
- 97th Regiment of Foot
- 4th Light Infantry

7th Prussian Field Brigade
- 1st Lutzowsches Freikorps
- 23rd Rheinische Infanterie
- 3rd Garde-Regiment Ze Fuss
- 4th Leib-Hussaren-Regiment
- 12th Fussartillerie

Sicarius Spoliarium
- 27th Royal Marines
- 93rd Sutherland Highlander
- 23rd CloverGuard





Community Staff
GeekSqueak (Anglo Dutch Brigade)
Revo (Anglo Dutch Brigade)
Zeus/Walter (Imperial Gaming)
Centenkiko(Imperial Gaming)


Iron Division Events
EU Events
Wednesday - Internal Division Linebattle
Saturday - Iron Division Siege
Sunday - Iron Division Linebattle
NA Events
W.I.P

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Note: The events listed above are the Division events, during the other days the regiments within the Division may do as they wish
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*Iron Division servers proudly hosted by Dodo Servers*



History of the Iron Division


Napoleonic Wars
The 3rd (UK) Division is the only division at continual operational readiness in the United Kingdom. Based in Bulford, Wiltshire, England, the Division is made up 1st Mechanized Brigade, 4th Mechanized Brigade, 12th Mechanized Brigade, and 19th Light Brigade. It is also supported by the 101st Logistic Brigade, technically assigned to Headquarters, Theater Troops, as well as its own divisional troops.

On 2 July 1809, the 3rd Division was formed tactically on the frontier of Portugal and Spain. This was part of developments in the early years of the Peninsular War, when the future Duke of Wellington decided to adopt, for the first time in the British Army, a permanent divisional structure to help him combat the French. By the winter of 1811, the 3rd Division was generally known by the nickname 'The Fighting Division', since it always seemed to be in action against the French enemy. Between 1809 and 1815, the 3rd Division took part in the following battles: Talavera on 28 July 1809, Bussaco on 27 September 1810, Torres Vedras during Winter 1810-1811, Sabugal on 3 April 1811, Fuentes D'Onoro on 5 May 1811, Cuidad Rodrigo on 19 January 1812, Badajoz on 6 April 1812, Salamanca on 22 July 1812, Burgos between September and October 1812, Vittoria on 21 June 1813, Pyrenees on 30 July 1813, Quatre Bras on 16-17 July 1815, and Waterloo on 18 July 1815.

Other Conflicts
The 3rd Division, along with the rest of the British Army, had a rather uninspired campaign in the Crimea between 1854 and 1855. The Division participated in 3 battles during the conflict: Alma on 20 September 1854, Inkerman on 5 November 1854, and Sebastopol during 1854-1855.The 3rd Division deployed to southern Africa to participate in the Boer War between 1899 and 1900. During that conflict, the Division participated in another 3 battles: Stormberg on 10 December 1899, the advance into the Orange Free State on 12 March 1900, and Reddersburg on 3 April 1900.

The 3rd Division deployed to France during the Great War and it was during that war that the Third Division's gained the nickname 'The Iron Division'. During the Great War, the Division was present at numerous battles, including Mons in 1914, Ypres in 1915, the Somme in 1916, Arras in 1917, and was finally part of the occupation force of the Rhineland during 1918 and 1919.

The Division's participation in the Second World War had 2 distinct phases. Firstly it was part of the British Expeditionary Force to France to stem the German advance, but having fought hard yet ultimately unsuccessfully, it was evacuated from Dunkirk in 1940. The Division went on to lead the assault on Sword Beach on the coast of Normandy, France on D-Day. The Division participated in the fighting around Caen during the breakout from the beachhead. After the landing and the breakout, the Division continued fighting as part of 21st Army Group across northern Europe. It went on to participate in Operation Goodwood and Operation Market Garden. The Division ended the war with fighting in the Rhineland in Germany in 1945.

In 1978, what had become the 3rd (UK) Armoured Division had moved to Korbecke on the Mohnesee in the Federal Republic of Germany to become part of the British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) with 3 armoured brigades, the 4th, 6th, and 33rd Armoured Brigades. There it remained until the decision was made following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1990 to dramatically reduce the size of the BAOR. The unit was subsequently restructured to a mechanized division and relocated to Bulford, Wiltshire, England.The Division was deployed as part of peacekeeping missions in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s and as a headquarters to Kabul, Afghanistan in 2001. The Division headquarters was also deployed to Iraq in 2003, 2006, and 2008.


If you would like more Information on the 3rd Division 'The Iron Division' then add the following on steam

Dukey - (Anglo Dutch Brigade)
65y Ryan - (Imperial Gaming)





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The regiment was formed by General A. M. Golovin on June 25th, 1700. It initally started out with 200 soldiers in 1308 and merged with the Lefortovskago regiment recruits and was later comprised by 10 companies and an artillery command called infantry Ivanitsky Regiment.

The regiment received its baptism by fire on the 19th of November 1700 at Narva, which the regiment had lost it's commanding officer and more than a 1/3 of it's infantry. After the defeat at Narva, the Infantry Regiment was named the Bordovika Regiment and was appointed to the army of Sheremetev. The following year the regiment grew in the Pechora Monastery and then took part in the construction of St. Petersburg. On May 30th 1704, the regiment became part of the siege of Narva and on 9th August, took part in the storming of the fortress.
In 1704, the regiment formed a Grenadier company, and it was renamed on October 12th, 1704 by Infantry Field Marshal Ogilvie , and in 1707 to Infantry Regiment Vries. March 10, 1708, the regiment received the name of the Moscow Infantry Regiment.
Napoleonic wars - for that period, the regiment was renamed to "moskovsky Musketeersky polk". Among other smaller battles, they heroicly participated in Durnsteins battle, capturing the flag of the enemy, but losing a lot of soldiers and officers.
During Napoleons invasion, they were in the 1st western army, in Vittgenstein's division. They took part in Borodino battle (main battle, at least by russian sources) also, they were heroically distinguished in the siege of Brienne-le-Château. In later battles they took part in le ferte sur juar, monmirale and kraone.
In the 65y, we do not aim to be the best, we don't aim to be the most rememberable or the most skilled, however we aim to make the most out of the community and have fun.




Commissioned Officers


Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

Major

Captain

1st Lieutenant

2nd Lieutenant
Non-Commissioned Officers


Sergeant Major

Sergeant

Corporal

Lance Corporal
Enlisted


Infantry*

Grenadier

Fusilier

Private First Class

Private

Recruit

Artillery*

Bombardier

Lance Bombardier

Private First Class

Private

Recruit








If you're interested in joining us, simply fill in the form featured below and post it as a reply to this thread.
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Regiments / Disbanded
« on: October 17, 2013, 06:32:49 pm »
45th Regiment of Arty and Line










The 45th Regiment was raised in 1741 as Houghton's Regiment, for service during the War of the Austrian Succession and Warbuton's Regiment during Father Le Loutre's War and the French and Indian War. It was first posted to Gibraltar in 1745, before moving to Nova Scotia in 1747 for garrison duty. In 1758 the regiment fought in the Siege of Louisburg. which became the regiments first battle honour.

From 1774 the regiment was in action in North America during the American War of Independence, fighting in the battles of Long Island, Philadelphia, Brandywine Creek and Germantown. In 1783 they returned home to Nottingham, where the citizens petitioned for the regiment to be named "the Nottinghamshire regiment". This was granted the same year, becoming the 45th (1st Nottinghamshire) Regiment.

The regiment returned to the Americas in 1786, spending the next 16 years, with one break, in the West Indies. During this time they saw action against the French as part of the French Revolutionary Wars, at Martinique, Dominica and Les Saintes.

After an expedition to South America in 1807, fighting at Buenos Aires, the 45th returned to Britain, to take part in Wellington's Peninsular campaign. In this they fought in every major action, winning the nickname "Old Stubborns" at Talavera, and being commended at Busaco and Badajoz.

Following the end of the Napoleonic Wars the Nottinghamshires served in a series of colonial campaigns. In 1819 they were in Ceylon, and in 1824 in the First Burma War. In 1843 they were in South Africa for the First Kaffir War, and in 1851 for the Second. In 1867, now called the 45th Nottinghamshire Regiment (Sherwood Foresters), they took part in the Abyssinian campaign.






Recruitment:
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Age -
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Events: EU / 67th Monday Linebattle
« on: August 18, 2013, 11:32:40 am »
67th Monday Linebattle


The 67th (Hampshire) Regiment will be hosting its very own Monday Line Battle.The Line Battle will be hosted weekly on our server 67th_Official at 7pm GMT.All sign ups must be made on this forum and you only come onto our teamspeak for  server info at 6:45 GMT - 95.143.206.149:11017. However server information can also be available via steam.

During the event we will have admins upholding the rules we will have 2 admins (1 for each team) to uphold the rules and to ensure that your regiment is having fun during the evemt.

Starting Monday 26th August 2013






General Rules

Listen to the admins
Any class with less than 3 people remaining must form into a line (exept arty)
No ramboing or trolling


Class Types
Line Infantry
Light Infantry
Cav and arty will be available at a later date


Class rules

Line infantry
 
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No firing in charge, exeption when storming a house
Must stay in formation
Must fire in formation
Amount of line infantry minimum 7 maximum 15
If a regiment has more than 15 players can form 2 lines of an equal amount.
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Light Infantry

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Allowed to fire in charge
Only 3 man spacing
Allowed to crouch
Amount of light infantry minimum 5 maximum 12
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Application
Quote
Regiment name -
Leaders steam -
Nation -
Class -
Amount attending -


If you want more information on the event add - 67th Ryan on steam

Becoming a regular to the event you must attend 3 events in a row and cause minimal hassle to the person admining the event.

Regulars -
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Attending regiments
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67th Hampshire Regiment
39th Israeli Regiment
Spartans
49th HR
90th
2nd North Carolina
3rd East Kent
126th
12thRE
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