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Historical name:James Kempt
Age: 16
Time zone: EST
Previous regimental experience:5 Years Warband. EU: 42nd Black Watch, 92nd Gordons. NA: 29th Worcestershire, 8th Kings, Most Recently the Nr9.
Steam Profile (provide link):James The British Soldier

I use a nice combination of these skins for my game and I thought I might post my combination here for users!

Britain: 57th Regiment of Foot (Over 33rd)
France: Dutch Grenadiers (Over Old Guard)
Russia: Bulgarski Chetnici (Over Preobrazhensky)
Prussia: Continental Line Infantry (Over Landwher)

Now to get the unit's seperate names to appear in game because you cannot use each individual skins troops.txt file I edited the troops.txt file myself and replace for example 33rd_Regiment_of_Foot and typed in 57th_Regiment_of_Foot writing exactly as is named in the skins troops.txt

Great skins for a great combination Raddeo!  :D

Thanks it was a joint effort between me and the Major :)
Pass my compliments down to the Major, these are fabulous and the orange cuffs and colours give my game a whole new look :)

These are amazing skins FancyPants quite the nice work here!

Skins & OSP Resources / Re: Marks Minor Mods
« on: July 16, 2014, 03:01:24 pm »
Would you like some source material for the 87th? The regimental museum is close to where I live.
Isn't it nice to have a regimental museum near you :) I have the regimental museum of the 48th Highlanders of Canada near me ;)

Historical Discussion / Re: Who won the war of 1812? (Had to be done)
« on: July 10, 2014, 11:29:45 pm »
Considering Britain was technically in the defense here and the Muricans failed to conquer anything as well as losing several battles on their own soil, I definitely would say Britain (and not Canada, which was merely a colony) won the war.

I get why Canadians love to say they (Canada) won the war, but that would be rather silly as all the regulars were British. I don't think Canada would have fared so well without the British army.
I agree that Canada would have been massacred without the noble British crown soldiers and I think the only way you can say Canada won is by saying "The British Colonial Provinces of Upper & Lower Canada"

You still had me edit the shako for you, so the UV maps would fit the new shako cover. Still, it was a good job nonetheless.

Now, work peasant! Make more skins!

Historical Discussion / Re: Your Favorite March Song
« on: July 06, 2014, 04:30:57 pm »
Eh...Can't be bothered with links but anyways....
Pruseben Gloria (I think)
Girl I left behind me
Battle Cry of Freedom
Blood Upon the risers
Maple Leaf Forever
Its a log way to Tipperary
Cock O' The North
Scotland The Brave
British Grenadiers
Over The Hills And Far Away
A great seletion I love alot of those marches as well.

Historical Discussion / Re: Your Favorite March Song
« on: July 01, 2014, 06:50:43 pm »
Highland Cathedral


Regiment Application
~ Regiment Name: 100th Prince of Wales's Royal Canadian Regiment of Foot
~ Unit type desired: Line Infantry
~ Estimated attendance: 8 or 9
~ Preferred nation: United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland
~ Steam name: [100th]Col.FitzGibbon
~ Do you agree to listen to the rules above?: Yes Sir.

War of 1812 / Re: [NW][M]The War of 1812 (Update pg 34)
« on: June 26, 2014, 04:12:54 am »
Lieutenant Colonel John Macdonell of Greenfield (19 April 1785 – 14 October 1812) was an aide-de-camp to British Major General Sir Isaac Brock during the War of 1812, dying in the Battle of Queenston Heights.

Canadian singer Stan Rogers wrote a song about LtCol John Macdonell


Released Modifications / Re: [NW] British Fife Tunes
« on: June 23, 2014, 11:44:32 pm »
Excellent work, the standard pieces tend to get boring after a while.
Indeed! I have also made another British fife songs replacement mod.
It is for those patriotic Americans, I replaced the British fife songs with American 18th and 19th century fife songs. That other mod also works well with the AEF (American Expeditionary Force) mod

Those pictures are amazing Hinkel, those Redcoats of the Grenadiers look amazing (I do love a good Bearskin) and those American soldiers are really good, especially those Militia!!

In Development / Re: The Cost of Liberty
« on: June 14, 2014, 03:47:19 pm »
I would rather suggest Yellow for the cuffs and collar of that generic British ranker, I don't think Black was a big colour in His Majesty's Army?
Unless of course, your choosing Black to associate the British Army with evil, which is a disgusting assumption.
Yellow, White, Red, Blue and occasionally Green where the most common cuffs and collars in the British Army.

Yea of course, Marks just copied them into the editer and said it was his work
That great big lump! Obviously not to be trusted, at all. Stolen skins. What is next eh?? Pff...

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