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Events: EU / Friday "Classical" Linebattle Event [NA] [8pm EST]
« on: September 20, 2014, 04:20:58 am »

When?: Every Friday at 8pm EST

Where?: 12te_Classical_Linebattle


About the Linebattle

Recently, there has been a lack of good genuine linebattles that made this game famous. We want to create a linebattle with lots of fun, fast-paced, and action-packed maps instead of the long, drawn-out rounds with lots of waiting.. We do this with only using flat medium random maps, or custom maps, and Line Infantry only.


Event Rules

- Lines may have no spacing when in a line of battle.
- No Officer Aiming
- No firing on the charge.
- In no circumstances including officers may a player fire his weapon in anger outside of an unbroken formation.
- No team killing before or after a round is tolerated. Units will be punished after one warning.
- Trolling in any form will be first be punished by the staff and followed by Regimental Staff.
- No spamming that chat during or before game
- Any movement around the map on the offence must be done in formation. Ramboers will be slayed. If a unit is decimated three or more survivors must make a line and will fight the same as any normal line. If under three men are present then the survivors must find a friendly line. they may not engage unless they themselves are engaged in this trip.


Application

*Note* You must be able to field 12 to attend this event

Code
[b]Regiment Name:[/b]
[b]Estimated Attendance:[/b]
[b]Regimental Leaders Steam:[/b]
[b]Do you agree to follow our rules at all times:[/b]
[b]Will you be attending weekly, or just one time:[/b]


Attending Regiments

- No12. 2tes Brandenburgisches Infanterie Regiment (20-25)
- 111e Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne "les Léopards" (12-15)
- 1er Régiment de Chasseurs-à-Pied de la Garde Impériale (12-14)


Estimated Attendance: 44-54





*I will make the thread look pretty later, this is just a draft. :3*

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Events: EU / Tuesday "Classical" Linebattle Event [NA] [8pm EST]
« on: September 17, 2014, 05:27:40 am »

When?: Every Tuesday at 8pm EST

Where?: 12te_Classical_Linebattle


About the Linebattle

Recently, there has been a lack of good genuine linebattles that made this game famous. We want to create a linebattle with lots of fun, fast-paced, and action-packed maps instead of the long, drawn-out rounds with lots of waiting.. We do this with only using flat medium random maps, or custom maps, and Line Infantry only.


Event Rules

- Lines may have no spacing when in a line of battle.
- No Officer Aiming
- No firing on the charge.
- In no circumstances including officers may a player fire his weapon in anger outside of an unbroken formation.
- No team killing before or after a round is tolerated. Units will be punished after one warning.
- Trolling in any form will be first be punished by the staff and followed by Regimental Staff.
- No spamming that chat during or before game
- Any movement around the map on the offence must be done in formation. Ramboers will be slayed. If a unit is decimated three or more survivors must make a line and will fight the same as any normal line. If under three men are present then the survivors must find a friendly line. they may not engage unless they themselves are engaged in this trip.


Application

*Note* You must be able to field 12 to attend this event

Code
[b]Regiment Name:[/b]
[b]Estimated Attendance:[/b]
[b]Regimental Leaders Steam:[/b]
[b]Do you agree to follow our rules at all times:[/b]
[b]Will you be attending weekly, or just one time:[/b]


Attending Regiments

- No12. 2tes Brandenburgisches Infanterie Regiment (20-25)
- 30th (Cambridgeshire) Regiment of Foot (15)
- 16e Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne (12+)
- 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot (15-20)
- 2. Feld-Artillerie (20)
- Royal Leicestershire Regiment | 17th Regiment of Foot (15-20)

Estimated Attendance: 97-107





*I will make the thread look pretty later, this is just a draft. :3*

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Community / Opinions on Individual Recruiting in Servers.
« on: September 12, 2014, 12:54:38 am »
I want to know what the communities' opinions are when it comes to individually recruiting on servers. I have found out that it works really well because the person you are trying to recruit feels better that you came to them rather than just seeing a huge message about your regiment. I have also realized that all the big servers, 33rd, 15th, NA1, all do not allow this form of recruiting.

My opinion on the matter is that I think that is why regiments die like they do, because lets face it, no one reads those fucking large recruitment messages anymore. I have been doing individual recruiting for 2 weeks now and have made my regiment, the 12te, 45 members strong. Only like 3 of those where from a big message I sent out. The others were from individual recruiting. That just comes to show why regiment die the way they do.

I want to get you guys' input on this, because it is easy for the regiments on this server to disallow it because they get 5+ recruits on any admin recruitment message they send.

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Regiments / -[VG]- The Vanguard [Recruiting Worldwide]
« on: August 23, 2014, 10:27:50 pm »


About The Vanguard!

Welcome to The Vanguard! The Vanguard Community is a gaming clan dedicated to creating a strong community revolving around a variety of games we wish to play. Founded on principals of maturity and camraderie, we strive to include all members into the fold. Vanguard also believes in encouraging intellectual discussion, serving as a forum for the exchange of thoughts and ideas respectfully amongst like-minded individuals. In the end, we want to provide a place where folks can come on, find some friends to play games with, and have a good time after a long day of hard-work!


*Thread is a WIP*

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Events: EU / Sunday North and South Linebattle - 8pm EST [NA]
« on: July 22, 2014, 01:21:03 am »
Sunday North and South Linebattle




I, along with my friends, us all being big fans of the Civil War era and the North and South mod 'franchise', were all very disappointed to hear the canceling of the only North American event held for the mod. We have concluded to host one ourselves as there was and still is interest for one. The event will be ran and organized by myself with our server graciously provided by Locust of the 40th. All regiments are invited to attend and share in the enjoyment of the mod together. Rules and application will be featured below.


Rules

Line Infantry (4 minimum)
 - Must fire in formation (No FOL)
 - Can have up to 1 man spacing
 - Infantry officers must dismount
 - Firing in the charge is NOT allowed (Including Officers)
 - When behind any cover a line MUST stay in a line with the proper spacing.
 - Not allowed to crouch

Light Infantry/Skirms (4 min/20 max)
 - May fire on the charge
 - May fire on the retreat
 - Must keep 4-5 man spacing at all times

Cavalry (6 min/20 max)
 - May not fire on the gallop
 - Must dismount if 2 or less

Artillery (4 min/10 max)
 - 2 guns max, 1 howitzer only
 - 4 max artillery guards
 - Guards may fire out of formation
 - Allowed 1 sapper



Applications

In order to join this event, please copy the code below and post it in a reply to this  thread.

Code: Application
Regiment Name:
Expected Attendance:
Preferred Role:
Can you abide by the rules above?

*Note* If you wish to sign up for a special role, then you MUST contact me or [40th] Locust on steam to check for availibility!





Attending Regiments

- 1st Kentucky Field Cavalry (15-20)
- 1st Bison Cavalry (20)
- 3rd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry (15-20)
- 3eVolt "The No Names" (20+)
- 28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (20+)
- 24th Pennsylvania Colored Volunteer Infantry (18+)
- Forlorn Hope (10-20)
- 26th North Caroline Volunteer Infantry (10-30)
- 37th Iowa "Graybeard Regiment" Volunteer Infantry (15)
- 6th Kentucky Infantry Regiment / Orphan Brigade (20-25)

Minimum Attendance - 163
Maximum Attendance - 208

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Media / How to melee in Napoleonic Wars.
« on: July 16, 2014, 01:55:40 am »
The Best Version:




The Original Version:

 

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The Mess Hall / Gaben Newell Worship Centre
« on: April 02, 2014, 09:34:25 pm »
Lets face it, we all love and praise Gaben Newell more than we do our mothers! Let us praise and rejoice in his existence on this thread!

Let me start off by giving you this amazing piece of art work.

http://gaben.amigocraft.net/

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420e Régiment de Grenadiers-à-Pied



Hai, we iz da 420e Régiment de Grenadiers-à-Pied. We got da most sweg around town. We stribe to be moar disciplined than da 91st and be da best regiment in all of M&B. We want NO TROLLs in our reg cus we are dsicplined and want absolutely no trolls. If yu are a mature persona and want to join a reg with ober-swag then da 420e is 5 u!

Ranks:

SwagMstr - Leader

SwagPimp- Officer

Gangsta- Non-Commissioned Officer

Blazer- Member

Frith - Recruit



Rooster:

420eOG_SwgMstr_Jorvasker
420eOG_SwgPimp_Mexicunt
420eOG_SwgPimp_Frith

420eOG_Gangsta_Sven

420eOG_Blazer_Georgescrub
420eOG_Colonel_Grimsight
420eOG_Frith_Walko
420eOG_Frith_Siwi


Want to join?

If yu wud leik 2 join our grup den pls fill out dis app.

Age:
R u maturez?:
How much weed do yu smoke?:
Wut iz yur sweg lvl?:
Will yu donate?:
Do you support Swagamir Putin?:
Do yu consider yourself 2 live da 420 lyfestyle?:






Pls join i wunt 2 be biggest reg EU. If yu join i will gib yu all an ammount of mah donation moni.

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Official Servers Bans & Unbans / Jorvasker's NA1 Unban Request
« on: March 20, 2014, 12:02:42 am »
Name under which you were banned: -[TRR]-Cdt-Jorvasker
Server(s) you are banned from: NA 1
What was happening when you got banned: I was play playing around with my friend William in teamspeak and shot him with my pistol wounding him
Time and date around: 6:58pm EST March 19th, 2014
Timezone: EST
User Identification Number: 393628.

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Community / Ingame tags?
« on: March 08, 2014, 05:53:24 pm »
Ok, so this is something I have been wondering this for a while. I have noticed the evolution of the brackets in tags over the past year. I was in the FKI with they started doing it, and it seems that almost ever NA regiment now does it. Including 12th, 15e, 54th, 15th, 14th, and 3te.

So, I guess I am asking all of you why, because I personally think it looks horrible. I just want to hear your thoughts on it and tell me why you prefer it over the original ways.

12te_Rank_Name Looks way better than these two

[12te]Rank_Name Or 12te[Rank]Name

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Events: EU / Sunday North and South Linebattle [NA] [4pm EST/9pm GMT]
« on: February 09, 2014, 04:55:21 pm »
Sunday North and South Linebattle




I, along with my friends, us all being big fans of the Civil War era and the North and South mod 'franchise', were all very disappointed to hear the canceling of the only North American event held for the mod. We have concluded to host one ourselves as there was and still is interest for one. The event will be ran and organized by myself with our server graciously provided by Gunny of the 1stEPI. All regiments are invited to attend and share in the enjoyment of the mod together. Rules and application will be featured below.


Rules

Line Infantry (4 minimum)
 - Must fire in formation (No FOL)
 - Can have up to 1 man spacing
 - Infantry officers must dismount
 - No firing on the charge (Officers included)
 - When behind any cover a line MUST stay in a line with the proper spacing.

Light Infantry/Skirms (4 min/15 max)
 - May not fire on the charge
 - May fire on the retreat
 - Must keep 2-3 man spacing at all times

Cavalry (6 min/15 max)
 - May not fire on the gallop
 - Must dismount if 2 or less

Artillery (4 min/8 max)
 - 2 guns max, 1 howitzer only
 - 4 max artillery guards
 - Guards may fire out of formation
 - Allowed 1 sapper



Applications

In order to join this event, please copy the code below and post it in a reply to this  thread.

Code: Application
Regiment Name:
Expected Attendance:
Preferred Role:
Can you abide by the rules above?


Attending Regiments

- 6th Wisconsin Infantry
 - 26th North Carolina Infantry
 - 37th Iowa
 - 12th South Carolina
 - 2nd Texas
 - 15th West Virginia

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Events / What day would you guys like an NA event to be hosted?
« on: December 26, 2013, 06:20:14 am »
Just choose a day on the poll

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Regiments / 2te Garde-Regiment zu Fuß [Recruiting EU/NA]
« on: December 22, 2013, 10:55:59 pm »
Thread is a Work in Progress

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Events: EU / Prussian Army Mount and Musket Nostalgic Linebattle [NA]
« on: November 15, 2013, 12:44:25 am »
*Thread is a Work in Progress*








Basic Rules.

-Officers and NCOs are responsible for enforcing the event rules within their ranks. Failure to do so will result in the entire regiment being punished.
-Don't officer aim if you can avoid it. It is frowned upon for skirmishers and light infantry
to do so but not forbidden. (It's historical, it happened. There is a chain of command for a reason.)
-All regiments must agree that they understand and intend to follow the event rules before they are allowed to attend.
-Violation of any written event rule will result in an automatic slay. This is your warning.
-If either side has 3 soldiers or less alive, the rules governing combat may be ignored in order to expedite an end to the round.
-Postponing defeat will result in an automatic slay.



Line infantry.

-Lines of more than 8 musket armed soldiers must fight in two ranks
-If less than 4 men must join another line if possible.
-No crouching whilst firing unless in a double rank or behind a wall.
-If an Infantry regiment splits into two separate lines during battle, both lines must fight in two ranks regardless of numbers.
-If only 2 men remain in a line, they must immediately join a friendly line OR charge directly toward their enemy into melee
-Infantry should have less than 1 space between them if in two ranks, and no space between them if in one rank
-Anyone who fires out of formation and scores a kill may be immediately slain, and then slain again at the start of the following round
-Soldiers should only fire their muskets while in a properly spaced line formation (skirmishers must use a skirmish line)




Cavalry & Dragoons.

-Cavalry units may never exceed 13 soldiers (one officer and one musician do not count toward this total
-Cavalry may fire muskets from horseback, but must be in a line as with Infantry.
-Unhorsed/dismounted Cavalry are considered Light Infantry..
-Cavalry must stay together and fight as a cohesive group. Lone cavalry who are fighting far from the rest of their unit may be slain for ramboing.





Light Infantry & Skirmishers.

-Skirmisher units may never exceed 13 armed soldiers (one officer and musician do not count toward this total unless they pickup a rifle/musket).
-When below 4 men must join an allied line.
-Skirmishers (riflemen or light infantry) may crouch at any time, but Infantry may only crouch if they are out of combat, or in the front of a two rank line (even behind cover, earthworks, sandbags, etc.)
-Light Infantry may have 3 spaces between them
-Riflemen may have up to 5 spaces between them




Artillery.

-Each faction's artillery detachment may contain 9 total members, including the artillery crew and guard.
-Only 2 cannons are allowed.
-Artillery Bodyguards may kneel and fire as long as they are within 5 paces of an active cannon.
-If only artillery units are alive at the end of a battle, both sides must charge.



Joining the event.

This is a private event and as such we expect good behavior from all who attend, join the teamspeak meeting at 7:45 pm EST on the Saturday this event will take place on.


Regiment Name:
Leader's Steam
Preferred Faction :
Class (Inf, Skirm, Art or Cav):
Expected Attendance:



Teamspeak address for pre-meeting.
74.91.116.171


Thank you to Jezza for letting me use this thread.

Attending Regiments:
1stEPI- Line Infantry 15-20
4teSLR- Line Infantry 15-20
19te- Line Infantry 10-15
12th- Artillery 9


I plan for this event to be on Saturday November 23 if I can gather enough interest!


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Confederates / Confederate States Marine Corps [NA]
« on: November 09, 2013, 04:50:58 am »


The Confederate States Marine Corps (CSMC)

"By coincidence, the first recruiting for the Confederate Marine Corps in 1861 and the last surrender of an organized unit of the Corps took place in Alabama. Based on the principle laid down by USMC Commandant Gene Archibald Henderson prior to the Civil War, the USMC was to be ready to respond instantly to any emergency. To the credit of Col. Beall and his experienced officers, the CSMC abided by the same principle. With a battalion-sized unit close to the CSMC Headquarters, the Marines were ready and capable of responding in short notice to emerging threats and special operations. Despite its small size, the CSMC distinguished itself numerous times and was constantly called upon and in demand not only by the Confederate Navy, but by the Army as well. On four separate occasions throughout the war, the CSMC received official thanks from the Confederate Congress. Even in the Confederacy’s waning days, the rebel Marines did not give up without a fight. One Union soldier after the Battle of Sayler’s Creek stated; “Those Marines fought like tigers and against odds of at least ten to one.” Whether on land or sea, the rebel Marines fought with valor and tenacity only expected of an elite fighting force. "



Rank Structure
Spoiler
Private (Pvt):  This is the lowest official rank in the regiment. Privates make up the rank and file of our Company and account for the vast majority of our men. Privates are expected to follow the code of conduct and carry out orders. Our success or failure as a Company rests on the shoulders of these men.

-No Rank Insignia-

Corporal (Cpl):  Corporal are the lowest ranking Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) in the Company. It is their job to work with the Sergeants to maintain order in the ranks and to ensure that dicipline and the code of conduct are upheld at all times. Corporals lead by example, but are also expected to understand line tactics and if need be, take over for a Sergeant in case they fall in battle. Corporals are expected to provide an example of what it means to be a "good soldier", but are expected, unlike the PFC's, to learn how to lead as well. Corporals act as the left guides of the platoons in our battle lines. Therefore, it is paramount that they be familiar with line tactics.

Sergeant (Sgt):Sergeants are the lifeforce of the Company. These men are the true leaders of the Company and ensure that it remains combat effective. Sergeants are expected to know and understand not only the line tactics, but also be knowledgeable in how to give and receive orders. Discipline is maintained by these men and it is their jobs to ensure that all orders are carried out by the men. Any problems or concerns are first dealt with by the Sergeants and are only passed up the chain of command if they are unable to resolve it. Sergeants are expected to interact with the men and answer any questions or concerns that they have, they are also expected to ensure that every soldier in their platoon is fully functional (ie on teamspeak, in steam group, checking the forums, running the current version of Warband, etc) as well as helping their Captain with accountability.

First Sergeant (1stSgt): First Sergeant is the highest ranking NCO in the Company, and is entrusted with keeping it combat effective at all times. If any Sergeant is unable to resolve an issue or answer a question, they bring it first to the First Sergeant before the Captain. The First Sergeant helps to distribute information to the platoons and assists the Captain in running the Company. He is also free to assist platoons when need be.

Sergeant Major (SgtMaj): The Sergeant Major is the Highest ranking Staff NCO in the battalion.  He is tasked with keeping it combat effective at all times. He helps to distribute information to the companies and assists the Major/ Lieutenant Colonel in the day to day tasks required to run the battalion effectively.

Second Lieutenant / First Lieutenant (2ndLt / 1stLt) : These are the lowest ranking Officersin the Company and act as Platoon leaders. It is their job to run their respective platoon and oversee it's performance in battle. Each Lieutenant is entrusted with distributing information, taking accountability, and coordinating with their Sergeants to ensure that their platoon is combat effective. During battle, Lieutenants will take command of their respective platoons and follow the overall orders of the Captain. First Lieutenant, although higher ranking than Second Lieutenants and first to assume command of the Company in the case of the Captains death, are considered to be of the same rank as the Second Lieutenants. Therefore, Second Lieutenants do not address the Fist Lieutenant as sir, nor do they take orders from them unless the 1stLt be acting as the Company Commander.

Captain (Capt): The Captain is the highest ranking officer at the Compay level. He oversees the command of the Company and leads it during battle. The Company is expected to understand operation and manuevers at the strategic and tactical level and to maneuver his Company according to the "big picture".

Major(Maj): The Major is the Highest Ranking Officer at the Battalion Level. He Oversees the Command of the Battalion, and works with the Captains as well as Lieutenant Of the Gun Crew to make the best decisions on how to maneuver the Battalion.  The Major is also responsible for the training of the Battalion. It is his job to inform his officers what needs to be done while it is the job of the Captains to see it carried out on the Company Level.
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Field Manuals:
In-game Tag

We will Set our Names In-game as:
CSMC_(Rank)_(Name) Ex.  CSMC_Pvt_Smith






Spoiler
1st Battalion
The Battalion CO is a Major/Lt.Col. with a
Sergeant Major Serving as the Senior Enlisted Advisor


A. Company
Battalion XO / A Co.  CO being a Captain. 
1st Sgt Serving as Senior Enlisted Member


1st Platoon
XO to A.CO being 1stLt.
>1 Sgt
>1 Cpl
>10-15 Pvts


2nd Platoon
2nd Platoon Headed by 2ndLt.
>1 Sgt
>1 Cpl
>10-15 Pvts 


B. Company
B.Co.  CO being Captain.
1st Sgt Serving as0 Senior Enlisted Member



1st Platoon
XO to B.Co. being 2ndLt
>1 Sgt
>1 Cpl
>10-15 Pvts
2nd Platoon
2nd Platoon Headed by 2ndLt
>1 Sgt
>1 Cpl
> 10-15 Pvts 
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Muster Roll
Volunteer Denison
Volunteer Ketsa
Volunteer Rommel
Volunteer Mekon
1st Battalion, Marine Corps

Lieutenant-Colonel
Major
Sergeant-Major


A Company

Captain Jorvasker
First Sergeant



1st Platoon, A Company

First Lieutenant
Sergeant
Corporal
Corporal

2nd Platoon, A Company

Second Lieutenant

Volunteer Homie
Volunteer Ghostpig
Volunteer Mammoutha
Volunteer Yusuf
Volunteer Aleks
Volunteer RobtheDead
Volunteer Fatality
Volunteer Alder
Volunteer KronosKroon



Code of Conduct

As general guidelines, members are to practice the following points:

1. Be respectful to everyone. This includes your comrades in the 1st, members of other regiments, public  Players, admins,officers, non-commissioned officers, and people on the forums.

2. Conduct yourself in a professional and mature manner. This means that cursing, glitching, trolling, flaming, and name calling or other forms of fighting are not allowed. This is especially important when we are in events or on a public server.

3. Follow Orders. It is paramount for the survival of the regiment that all orders given by our Officers and NCO's are followed to the letter and without question or argument. There is a time and place to discuss tactics and whether or not certain orders should be given or not. Directly after the order is given is not one of those times. This also applies to the Rules laid out by admins on their servers. We respect the right of admins to run their channels.

4. Do not retaliate. Regardless of the situation, if something is done to you (ie Teamkill, insult, etc) you are not to retaliate, but are instead to inform an officer or admin and report the problem. Anyone found retaliating will be dealt with in the same manner as the original offender.








Good Day Gentlemen! Let me congratulate you on taking your first step toward becoming a proud member of one of our country's greatest fighting forces! The Corps is Proud to have any whom are willing to answer the call.  Your dedication and commitment to your country and corps will certainly be what Wins this War and grants our Great nation the independence it has so long hoped for!  To Enlist Please fill out the application papers on our Forums![/font]

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