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North & South: First Manassas / Future of NaS
« on: January 02, 2022, 07:42:00 pm »
Anyone know if there is a future possibility of a NaS mod for bannerlord ?

Confederates / Re: 11th Mississippi (N&S) (WaT)(WoW)(BCoF)
« on: July 09, 2017, 10:51:44 am »
We are coming back WUHAHAHHA

Did u have fun in the middle east ?

Yeah, it was fun but I'm definitely happy to be going back stateside. The reg is preparing for a comeback and should make an appearance within the next month to month and a half since I am moving. 2 weeks until Im stateside and 3-4 until my PC is set up and I have wifi.

Looks wonderful!If you don't mind me asking though,why haven't you put the mod up for development here or shown this before?It clearly has alot of progress  :o

Because I had no plans to release it to the public, to be honest. Its mostly based on North and South btw, with United States, Mexican Republic and Native Tribes as factions.

Might finish it, if needed :)
Will it be released?

Confederates / Re: 11th Mississippi (N&S) (WaT)(WoW)(BCoF)
« on: July 08, 2017, 10:55:50 am »
We are coming back WUHAHAHHA

I will be updating this soon and adding more mods to the list. As of now Festung Breslau will also again be having another patch. Another WW2 mod will also be released in the future that contains all major factions and some minor of WW2 (no tanks though) that is much more stable that Festung and (a lot more fun for multiplayer events) might have a single player.

Mapping / Re: D-Day Siege scene
« on: May 31, 2017, 09:03:00 pm »
Still have this map? I would love to take it off your hands

Looser is more historically accurate but that is too much work. Just wait for WoR and buy it.......spending money always helps you get more of what you want  :)

Now the only other really cool uniform from my old "request a unit" thread is this
1) 83rd Pennsylvania Infantry

2) Images
Officer and Enlisted

Figurines with examples


3) Historical Background
The 83rd Pennsylvania was a volunteer infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War. They participated in almost every major battle in the East, including Seven Days Battles, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Petersburg and Appomattox Court House.

As one of four regiments in the 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, V Corps, Army of the Potomac, they fought alongside the 20th Maine, 44th New York, and the 16th Michigan in the spirited defense of Little Round Top in which regiment commander Colonel Strong Vincent was mortally wounded.

The 83rd Pennsylvania suffered the second-highest number of battle deaths among Union Army infantry regiments during the war, behind only the 5th New Hampshire.

During Gettysburg, they were the regiment next to the 20th Maine. They held the top of Little Round Top where the Colonel, Strong Vincent mounted a large boulder, Vincent brandished a riding crop given to him by his wife and shouted to his men "Don't give an inch!" A bullet struck him through the thigh and the groin and he fell. Due to the determination of the 20th Maine, the 44th New York, the 83rd Pennsylvania and the 16th Michigan Infantry Regiments, the Union line held against the Confederate onslaught. Vincent was carried from the hill to a nearby farm, where he lay dying for the next five days, unable to be transported home due to the severity of his injury.
The commander of the Army of the Potomac, Maj. Gen. George G. Meade, recommended Vincent for promotion to brigadier general on the evening of July 2. The promotion was dated July 3, 1863, but it is doubtful that Vincent knew about the honor before he died. The promotion was not approved by Congress, and it still hasn't been discussed.

4) Deus Vult.
Ave Maria.

North & South: First Manassas / Re: New Troop requests
« on: August 08, 2016, 01:54:31 pm »
     Continental Morgan Guard - CSA



The Continental Morgan Guard,  or company A 31st Virginia Militia, began organizing on  June 22, 1855 in Winchester, Frederick county, VA.  However, they adopted the more appropriate July 4, 1855 as their birthday.  The unit was named  to perpetuate the honor of  General Daniel Morgan of Revolutionary War fame.  The first captain of the company was Hugh Holmes lee who resigned in 1856.

The unit adopted uniforms resembling the pattern of the Continental Army.  The coats were made a blue wool with buff cassimire trim .

      On April 17, 1861 Virginia seceded from the Union and Governor Letcher called out the militia to defend the state.  On the 18th the C.M.G. enrolled at Winchester for one year of service.  They would become Company K of the 5th Regiment, and had 133 officers and men.  John Avis of Jefferson County was it's first Captain.  They were enlisted in to Confederate service on June 20, 1861.  These men would see many battles with Stonewall Jackson and the Army of Northern VA.   


Someone already made it:

Of course we couldn't put all of them in the patch, so if you want other uniforms go to the link.

Union / Re: 1st Michigan Volunteer Sharpshooters - Recruiting Now
« on: June 19, 2016, 09:55:51 pm »

Next Saturday - 25/06/2016 will be the OFFICIAL 1 year anniversary of the 1st Michigan Volunteer Sharpshooters.

We have came along way in the past year and we will continue to grow and be apart of the community for time to come.

We will be hosting an 2 hour event on Sunday 26/06/16 @ 4pm - 6pm, with an array of different games, kinda similar to our last anniversary event. The 1st hour will be open to the public then the 2nd hour will be a locked event for UB and DA members and others with invites.

It's been a short year and we've grown to become what we are today with the help of the following:


Thomas Morrow (Founding Father * one of the last *)

George Knight (Founding Father - Stepped down)

Robert Simmons (Founding Father - Stepped down)

VALK - Original Scrub Rct turned Officer

Gosh Mate - Original Scrub turned God

Museal - The Brig Gen turned Maj Gen

There many others whom have help us grown over the last year and have shown continuous loyalty and i would like to thank you guys are well.

John Reed


This reminds me I should make a two years anniversary for my reg (even though the name has changed, the leaders remain)


Added Festung Breslau (NEW PATCH RELEASE AFTER 4 years)
Removed one of the Roman mods (mod's production ceased)

The Mess Hall / Re: Festung Breslau Event
« on: June 12, 2016, 11:52:43 pm »
The event is going under new management while I move.

I have finally completed the new version of the mod and it has been released as of today. At the moment I host the only server so everyone is free to play!!!! I hope more of you will host servers and enjoy this unique mod.

Moddb Download link

Google Docs Download Link

The Mess Hall / Re: Festung Breslau Event
« on: June 02, 2016, 05:46:36 am »
Again the 26thNC managed to organize the Nazi forces thus demolishing the thinly spread Russians. D-Day map will be done for next week.

The Mess Hall / Re: Festung Breslau Event
« on: June 01, 2016, 09:46:32 pm »
Please read the rules. If there are any questions ask during sign ups. Regiments can split into multiple squads (minimum of 3 per squad) if they wish however you must inform the person doing sign ups of your total numbers, your amount of squads and if you want to request a specially that would replace the SMG in your squad you may, however , you might not be approved.

Must have At least 6 in your squad to request the following specialties
Snipers (max of 2) can be requested and if granted will replace the two SMG in the squad.
HMG (max of 1) can be requested and if granted will replace the two SMG in the squad

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