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General Discussion / Holdfast Look Alike?
« on: December 14, 2018, 09:37:47 am »
I was talking with friends about Battle Cry of Freedom, and I was wondering if this was going to be similar to Holdfast mechanics? The graphics certainly look similar, but I was wondering if the melee and shooting was similar. That is one thing that somewhat worries me, because I love Warband mechanics...the melee and shooting aspect, and Holdfast lacks in terms of melee at least. Was just wondering if anyone knew or had predictions. 

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Union / Iron Brigade | Confederate States Army
« on: August 07, 2018, 12:31:13 am »
Iron Brigade

Commanded by Brigadier General
Consisting of the following Regiments
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1st Pennsylvania Reserves
Col. Jacktropolis

2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
Col. Fenton

7th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry
Col. Cyber

9th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
Col. Patriots

42nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
Col. Dovahkiin
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Iron Brigade was established on the 7th of July, 2018 and is the first United States Brigade made in the Confederate States Army.  Noted for its strong discipline, its unique uniform appearance, and its tenacious fighting ability, The Iron Brigade (also known as The Black Hats (Black Hat Brigade, Iron Brigade of the West, and originally King's Wisconsin Brigade), was an infantry brigade in the Union Army of the Potomac during the American Civil War. Although it fought entirely in the Eastern Theater, it was composed of regiments from three Western states that are now within the region of the Midwest.
       

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Events: NA / 5eL Napoleonic Wars Thursday Event (Discontinued)
« on: May 25, 2018, 02:00:50 am »
Thursday Night Linebattle
Host: 5eL Regiment
Time: 8pmEST


Hello, and welcome to the Confederate States Army Thursday Night event. We welcome all North and South and Napoleonic Regiments to our event. Although many believe the mod is dead, there still thrives events on Saturdays, Tuesdays, and Sundays. Dedicated community host these events. Rules are pretty standard and simple. Hosting this event in Napoloenic, is just to spread our name and make new friends. Any question regarding this event, please add me on steam at Brigadier General Killobytes. Until then, I look forward to seeing you on the battlefield!



| Information |
- Event every Thursday from 8pmEST to 9pmEST
-Yes, if you attend the event, you can apply for ingame admin
- Signups are conducted on the Confederate States Army Teamspeak. A regiment representative needs to be on the TS 30 minutes prior to the event (7:30pmEST)
- Information needed to signup will be your current numbers for attending, and of course the specialty you like to be



| Rules for the Event |


General Rules
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- All charge will be called if the round proves to be stagnant
- Max of 1 officer, Flag and Musician per reg if you want, counts against your unit allowed total
- Units may not split into separate parts and operate independently
- No musketoons or rockets
- buffs will depend on server load and potential lag
- No trolling when its live(aka; teamkilling, teamwounding, kicking, obstructing artillery, etc.)
- If an Admin asks a question only Regiment leaders should respond (probably be done via steam).
- Extreme use of Profane or abusive language, taunting, spamming, racial or ethnic slurs in chat or names will not be tolerated
- No ramboing please!
- If your unit gets down to 2 men you must join another unit and you may act like whatever unit you joined.*
- *The exception is artillerists which may continue to operate until they all die.
- If any unit is attacked such as 2 men looking to join a unit it may defend itself including firing or melee.
- Regiments adopting an anti-cav formation may fire and reload as available while also having some members using melee tactics. Must maintain their anti cav formation.
- If a Regiment LEADER has an issue with something or someone during the Linebattle, please contact one of the admins. Do not take unilateral action (again, via steam).
- Regiments are expected to maintain their normal formation when moving across the map and may break into attack/charge formation only when they are within 100 yards of their intended target
- When charging remain within proxity of your unit, 10 spaces to the next closest man or less, if I see someone taking a wide path (I have seen 20-40 yards) they will be considered a rambo
- NO CHEATING! (that covers everything I didn't write into the rules that you might try and take advantage of!!!)
- Fire on charge is allowed, however you may not Reload while in melee.
- Fire on charge is NOT allowed for cavalry, but mounted officers may fire the pistol (also includes an all charge).
- No exploiting glitches on various maps.
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Line Infantry
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- 3 men make a line, You may fire when in a line formation and static.
- Allowed 1/2 man spacing, You may not crouch while firing or reloading.
- May crouch when not in combat.
- Must move out in a line.
- May ONLY be armed with an Infantry Musket!
- May only take line infantry class
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Skirmishers (Includes Light Infantry)
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- Maximum of 15 players
- Maximum of 5 man spacing, but must maintain cohesion.
- No musketoons
- May crouch and take cover behind items
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Artillery/Artillery Guard
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- 2 cannons allowed maximum. No rockets.
- Maximum of 12 players.
- Arty guard cannot act as skirmishers unless within 5 paces of an active cannon. If outside 5 paces, or no active cannons, must act as line infantry.
- 1 sapper maximum. 100bps for each team. Do not spam bps.
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Cavalry
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- Max of 15 players (If more, they must form their own infantry line)
- If two or less players remain, they must dismount.
- If it is a ranged unit, i.e. dragoons, they must line up to fire.
- During an all charge, cavalry may still not Fire on Horseback (excluding the Officer with Pistol)
- Dismounted cavalry act as skirmishers, and so will follow light infantry rules.
- During an all charge, should the number of cavalry drop below 3, the remaining 1-2 must dismount and fight in melee

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Application
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Regiment Commander:
Regiment Name:
Expected Attendance:
Detachments Role (Allowed Multiple Detachments) :
Preferred Role:
Can you abide by the rules above?
[close]

In order to join this event, please post in the comments below and report to the 5eL Teamspeak prior thirty minutes before the event takes place. Signups in the TS will end five minutes before the event starts. 104.192.102.72

Event Hoster



Steam Event Group of the 5eL  --> Click Here!

Thank you for taking the time to read over this thread!


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North & South: First Manassas / Update?
« on: May 12, 2018, 01:49:18 am »
I think it’s safe to say that everyone that still remains in North South, conducting events and leading regiments, are really wanting an update. Especially since Napoleonic Wars just recently got an update. As the North South Communities struggle to get a sliver of attendance (North Americans especially), a small update that just enables some of the newer features in NW would really come a long way.

Some of the various leaders in North and South have spoken with Hinkel, the main developer of North and South, the response is none. I myself have sent a message to Hinkel to update the mod. Expressing to him that doing so will result in bigger advertisement for War of Rights, and giving a hand to the communities that have remained here (Dixieland Army, Confederate States Army, and Union Brigade). But I have been ignored as well.

This isn’t throwing shade at Hinkel. Whom I know is extremely busy with War of Rights. But I know that various developers from several mods are happy just to do an update North and South. To continue its progress. To give some sort of relief to the people who haven’t jumped ship for Holdfast, War of Rights, or Post Scriptum. I know that eventually Warband will die until Bannerlord comes out (whenever that is), or Battle Cry of Freedom, but hosting events with an average of 50 to 100 people isn’t a relief.

I'm posting this to bring some sort of awareness to this mod. Or perhaps some attention to it. For the people that remained, would certainly be happy to have some sort of new content.

I would love to hear out some people’s opinion on it

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Events / CSA Saturday Night Linebattle (8pmest)
« on: May 06, 2018, 10:32:37 am »
Saturday Night Linebattle
Host: 2nd Division
Time: 8pmEST


Hello, and welcome to the main Confederate States Army Saturday Night event. We welcome all North and South and Napoleonic Regiments to our event. Although many believe the mod is dead, there still thrives events on Saturdays, Tuesdays, and Sundays. Dedicated community host these events. Rules are pretty standard and simple. Any question regarding this event, please add me on steam at Major General Francis. Until then, I look forward to seeing you on the battlefield!



| Information |
- Event every Saturday from 8pmEST to 9pmEST
-Yes, if you attend the event, you can apply for ingame admin
- Signups are conducted on the Confederate States Army Teamspeak. A regiment representative needs to be on the TS 30 minutes prior to the event (7:30pmEST)
- Information needed to signup will be your current numbers for attending, and of course the specialty you like to be
- Average attendance consist of CSA Regiments, and the Union Brigade. Bringing a total of 80 to 100 people attending.



| Rules for the Event |



Line Infantry
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- Line Infantry must form in lines
- Infantry regiments are allowed two man spacing
- Infantry regiment may not crouch in open area (such as fields or hill tops), and engage in combat at the same time. You may crouch in an open field as line as long as you are NOT in combat
- Infantry may crouch in cover. Cover counts as MAN-MADE; fences, walls, buildings, train tracks etc. Trees are NOT infantry cover, only skirms and sharps may use trees as cover
- Infantry may have 5 man spacing in any cover
- Infantry MUST bring rifles that can fix bayonets
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Light Infantry/Skirmishers
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- Skirmishers regiments are allowed a five man spacing
- Skirmishers may always crouch
- Two NCOs max per skrim group. These NCOs may use rifles that can fix bayonets
- Skirm groups MUST bring Mississippi rifles or Lorenz rifles
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 skirms
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Artillery/Artillery Guard
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- Artillery are allowed a maximum of ONE engineer
- Four cannons each for both teams max (must be equal on each team)
- As artillery you may have arty guards, they must stay near the artillery (unless they move out as a line with 3 or more people in line formation). Arty Guard is not limited to amount a regiment can bring
- Artillery Guard are to be consider to stay within 10 paces from the Artillery Encampment. This means they can stay in the current skirmisher rules, and reload on themselves. However, once Artillery Guard advances beyond the 10 paces limit, they must act as line
- When abandoning the cannon they must stick as a group and return as a group to keep on using the cannon or an enemy’s cannon
- Arty May capture enemy Guns that were in use by the enemy however cannot use any additional guns if more have spawned on the map on the enemy side only those that were former enemy cannons
- Max of one artillery officer per gun
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Sharpshooters
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- Sharpshooters are not allowed to reload on the move
- Sharpshooters are allowed a five man spacing
- Sharpshooters MUST go as the sharpshooter class
- Two NCOs max per sharps group. These NCOs may use rifles that can fix bayonets
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 sharps
- Sharps MUST take sharp rifles
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Cavalry
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- Cavalry is not allowed to fire from horseback (officers included)
- As dismounted cav you have the same rules as skirmishers
- Dismounted cav aren't allowed to move while reloading.
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 cav.
-The class of Partisan Ranger is banned

[close]

Application
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Regiment Commander:
Regiment Name:
Expected Attendance:
Detachments Role (Allowed Multiple Detachments) :
Preferred Role:
Can you abide by the rules above?
[close]


In order to join this event, please post in the comments below and report to the CSA Teamspeak prior thirty minutes before the event takes place. Signups in the TS will end five minutes before the event starts. ts3.csa.wtf

Event Hoster



Steam Group of the Confederate States Army  --> Click Here!

Thank you for taking the time to read over this thread!


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Events / Delete
« on: May 05, 2018, 11:50:43 pm »
Needs to be deleted

New Event Thread  ---> https://www.fsegames.eu/forum/index.php?topic=38822.0

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Thursday Night Linebattle
Host: Bragg’s Brigade
Time: 8est



Hello, and welcome to Bragg’s Brigade Saturday Night event. We welcome all North and South and Napoleonic Regiments to our event.Rules are pretty standard and simple. Any question regarding this event, please add me on steam at Brigadier General Max. Until then, I look forward to see you on the battlefield.

Rules:
1. Follow the chain of command.
2.  Do not edit another’s channel without their permission.
3.  Extreme racism, homophobia, and [rudeness] are to be sensibly used and restrained around those whom are not expressively comfortable with such language and activity.
4. No company/regiment sniping. There is a zero tolerance policy for this act. One can not influence another to leave their group. With evidence of said act, one may be punished with either temporary ban or a permanent ban based upon the severity of the act.
5. If an individual wishes to leave one group to join another, they must contact their current commanding officers stating that they wish to resign from their group and are enlisting into another group
6.  No spamming via whispers, text chats, or pokes. Failure to stop may result in a kick or a temporary ban.
7.  If  an officer does ban someone who breaks the rules, he must state that reasoning of the ban in the ban message.


Line Infantry (3 minimum)
Spoiler
- Line Infantry must form in lines
- Infantry regiments are allowed two man spacing
- Infantry regiment may not crouch in open area (such as fields or hill tops), and engage in combat at the same time. You may crouch in an open field as line as long as you are NOT in combat
- Infantry may crouch in cover. Cover counts as MAN-MADE; fences, walls, buildings, train tracks etc. Trees are NOT infantry cover, only skirms and sharps may use trees as cover
- Infantry may have 5 man spacing in any cover
- Infantry MUST bring rifles that can fix bayonets
[close]

Light Infantry/Skirmishers (5 min/15 max)
Spoiler
- Skirmishers regiments are allowed a five man spacing
- Skirmishers may always crouch
- Two NCOs max per skrim group. These NCOs may use rifles that can fix bayonets
- Skirm groups MUST bring Mississippi rifles or Lorenz rifles
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 skirms
[close]


Artillery/Artillery Guard (5min/40 max)
Spoiler
- Artillery are allowed a maximum of ONE engineer
- Four cannons each for both teams max (must be equal on each team)
- As artillery you may have arty guards, they must stay near the artillery (unless they move out as a line with 3 or more people in line formation). Arty Guard is not limited to amount a regiment can bring
- Artillery Guard are to be consider to stay within 10 paces from the Artillery Encampment. This means they can stay in the current skirmisher rules, and reload on themselves. However, once Artillery Guard advances beyond the 10 paces limit, they must act as line
- When abandoning the cannon they must stick as a group and return as a group to keep on using the cannon or an enemy’s cannon
- Arty May capture enemy Guns that were in use by the enemy however cannot use any additional guns if more have spawned on the map on the enemy side only those that were former enemy cannons
- Max of one artillery officer per gun
[close]

Sharpshooters (5 min/15 Max)
Spoiler
- Sharpshooters are not allowed to reload on the move
- Sharpshooters are allowed a five man spacing
- Sharpshooters MUST go as the sharpshooter class
- Two NCOs max per sharps group. These NCOs may use rifles that can fix bayonets
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 sharps
- Sharps MUST take sharp rifles
[close]

Cavalry(5 min/15 Max)
Spoiler
- Cavalry is not allowed to fire from horseback (officers included)
- As dismounted cav you have the same rules as skirmishers
- Dismounted cav aren't allowed to move while reloading.
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 cav.
-The class of Partisan Ranger is banned

[close]

Application
Spoiler
Regiment Commander:
Regiment Name:
Expected Attendance:
Detachments Role (Allowed Multiple Detachments) :
Preferred Role:
Can you abide by the rules above?
[close]

In order to join this event, please post in the comments below and report to the CSATeamspeak prior thirty minutes before the event takes place. Signups in the TS will end five minutes before the event starts. ts3.csa.wtf




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Confederates / Hardee's Brigade
« on: January 22, 2017, 11:34:33 pm »
Under the 2nd Division of the Dixieland Army
Current Commanded by Brigadier General Anderson
Consisting of the following Regiments

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Terry’s Texas Rangers
1st Foreign Legion Battalion
1st Charleston Citadel Cadets
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Hardee's Brigade Steam Page

Who was General William Hardee?




William Joseph Hardee was a very successful member of the United States military before the outbreak of the Civil War.  He began his career after graduating 25th out of a class of 45 from the United States Military Academy in 1838.  He served briefly during the Seminole Wars, and went on to fight during the Mexican-American War.  During the war, he received two brevet promotions up to lieutenant colonel for gallantry, and was captured at Carricitos Ranch, Texas.  After being exchanged, he was later wounded at La Rosia, Mexico.  After the war had ended, he returned to West Point and served as the commandant of cadets from 1856 to 1860.  During this time, Hardee wrote what would become one of the most widely used infantry tactics books of the Civil War, called Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics (1853-1855), or more commonly Hardee’s Tactics.  When Georgia seceded from the Union, Hardee resigned his commission in the United States military and traveled south.

He was quickly appointed a brigadier general on June 17, 1861, and promoted to major general on October 7, 1861.  His early assignment in the war was to organize regiments from Arkansas and operate in the state.  His ability to solve difficult problems earned him both the respect of the men under his command as well as the nickname “Old Reliable.”  Shortly before the battle of Shiloh, Hardee was called upon by General Albert Sydney Johnston to lead a Corps in the Army of Mississippi.  He commanded the corps through the battle of Shiloh, and received a wound to the arm.  After the battle, the corps under the command of Hardee was sent to the Army of Tennessee under Braxton Bragg.  Hardee led his men throughout Bragg’s Kentucky campaign.  He fought at the battle of Perryville, and led with great success at the battle of Stones River, where his surprise attack against union troops under William S. Rosecrans helped turn the battle.  He commanded troops throughout the battle of Murfreesboro, and was promoted to lieutenant general on October 10, 1862. 
Hardee replaced Leonidas Polk after the battle of Chickamauga, and led the corps through the battle of Chattanooga.  During the battle, Hardee and his men were able to defeat Union troops under the command of George H. Thomas.  After the battle, Hardee and several Confederate officers convinced Confederate President Jefferson Davis to remove Bragg from command.   Hardee commanded troops during the Atlanta campaign under General Joseph E. Johnston.  During the last months of the war, Hardee commanded troops during the battle of Jonesborough, and went on to command the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.  He resisted armies under Union general William T. Sherman, but was forced to give up both Savannah and Charleston.  He took part in the battle of Bentonville in North Carolina, and surrendered to Sherman along with Joseph E. Johnston on April 26, 1865.

After the war, he returned to the life of a planter in Alabama, and was generally seen as one of the Confederacy’s best corps commanders.















Officially Reserved

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North & South: First Manassas / Download for 1.0 [Solved]
« on: January 05, 2017, 12:55:56 am »
Hello! Recently I had a problem with installing 1.1 for Mount and Blade. Rarely do I ever have problem. So, in order to pay past it, I need the 1.0 download. And then I can download the patch 1.1. If you have said download for 1.0, can you please share it!

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Technical Support / Napoleonic Wars Not Recognized
« on: January 04, 2017, 06:40:29 am »
I purchased Mount and Blade and the DLC Napoleonic Wars about four years ago. And have played it many times with Regiments or free time. With other many mods. However, with my 1400hrs on the game, I have never encounted this sort of issue. When I was installing the mod North and South 1.1, like I have done many times. An error appeared when I was trying to install it (its a exe file). It said that I needed to purchase the Napoleonic Wars Expanison, in order to play the mod. However, I had Mount and Blade installed, along with NW. To make sure. I check my Library and saw that the DLC was installed. So I redownloaded both the MB and the mod North and South to see if perhaps I had a bad download. Still had the issue. I then check the files to see if I was missing any, I wasn't. I even played Napoleonic Wars (on 63e Siege Server), and still gave me the error.  So I am starting to run out of ideas. If anyone has had this issue and fixed it, please contact me. Thank you!

Error Pop up

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Media / Looking for Professional FSE Forum
« on: August 29, 2016, 08:45:41 pm »
Well, this is an odd place to post this. But I really had no idea to post it. But here goes. I am horrible with FSE Forum posing. My regiment, the 5th Georgia Volunteers, is a regiment in North and South Mod. Been active for nearly two years and steady active. For this, I really want a decent FSE Forum. Layout and the whole nine yards. I have the information, pictures, icons, and what not. All that is needed. And if I don't, I am more than wiling to provide the needed information. But please, we are in need of a brilliant FSE Forum. If you are interested in such task, then please add me here https://steamcommunity.com/id/DixeFighter/.

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Events / CSA Tuesday Night Linebattle (8pmest)
« on: August 16, 2016, 02:55:20 am »
Tuesday Night Linebattle
Host: Pickett’s Brigade
Time: 8est



Hello, and welcome to Pickett’s Brigade Tuesday Night event. We welcome all North and South and Napoleonic Regiments to our event.Rules are pretty standard and simple. Any question regarding this event, please add me on steam at Brigadier Change. Until then, I look forward to see you on the battlefield.

Rules:
1. Follow the chain of command.
2.  Do not edit another’s channel without their permission.
3.  Extreme racism, homophobia, and [rudeness] are to be sensibly used and restrained around those whom are not expressively comfortable with such language and activity.
4. No company/regiment sniping. There is a zero tolerance policy for this act. One can not influence another to leave their group. With evidence of said act, one may be punished with either temporary ban or a permanent ban based upon the severity of the act.
5. If an individual wishes to leave one group to join another, they must contact their current commanding officers stating that they wish to resign from their group and are enlisting into another group
6.  No spamming via whispers, text chats, or pokes. Failure to stop may result in a kick or a temporary ban.
7.  If  an officer does ban someone who breaks the rules, he must state that reasoning of the ban in the ban message.


Line Infantry (3 minimum)
Spoiler
- Line Infantry must form in lines
- Infantry regiments are allowed two man spacing
- Infantry regiment may not crouch in open area (such as fields or hill tops), and engage in combat at the same time. You may crouch in an open field as line as long as you are NOT in combat
- Infantry may crouch in cover. Cover counts as MAN-MADE; fences, walls, buildings, train tracks etc. Trees are NOT infantry cover, only skirms and sharps may use trees as cover
- Infantry may have 5 man spacing in any cover
- Infantry MUST bring rifles that can fix bayonets
[close]

Light Infantry/Skirmishers (5 min/15 max)
Spoiler
- Skirmishers regiments are allowed a five man spacing
- Skirmishers may always crouch
- Two NCOs max per skrim group. These NCOs may use rifles that can fix bayonets
- Skirm groups MUST bring Mississippi rifles or Lorenz rifles
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 skirms
[close]


Artillery/Artillery Guard (5min/40 max)
Spoiler
- Artillery are allowed a maximum of ONE engineer
- Four cannons each for both teams max (must be equal on each team)
- As artillery you may have arty guards, they must stay near the artillery (unless they move out as a line with 3 or more people in line formation). Arty Guard is not limited to amount a regiment can bring
- Artillery Guard are to be consider to stay within 10 paces from the Artillery Encampment. This means they can stay in the current skirmisher rules, and reload on themselves. However, once Artillery Guard advances beyond the 10 paces limit, they must act as line
- When abandoning the cannon they must stick as a group and return as a group to keep on using the cannon or an enemy’s cannon
- Arty May capture enemy Guns that were in use by the enemy however cannot use any additional guns if more have spawned on the map on the enemy side only those that were former enemy cannons
- Max of one artillery officer per gun
[close]

Sharpshooters (5 min/15 Max)
Spoiler
- Sharpshooters are not allowed to reload on the move
- Sharpshooters are allowed a five man spacing
- Sharpshooters MUST go as the sharpshooter class
- Two NCOs max per sharps group. These NCOs may use rifles that can fix bayonets
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 sharps
- Sharps MUST take sharp rifles
[close]

Cavalry(5 min/15 Max)
Spoiler
- Cavalry is not allowed to fire from horseback (officers included)
- As dismounted cav you have the same rules as skirmishers
- Dismounted cav aren't allowed to move while reloading.
- A regiment may only sign up for a MAX of 15 cav.
-The class of Partisan Ranger is banned

[close]

Application
Spoiler
Regiment Commander:
Regiment Name:
Expected Attendance:
Detachments Role (Allowed Multiple Detachments) :
Preferred Role:
Can you abide by the rules above?
[close]

In order to join this event, please post in the comments below and report to the CSA Teamspeak prior thirty minutes before the event takes place. Signups in the TS will end five minutes before the event starts. ts3.csa.wtf

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Confederates / Hardee's Brigade
« on: July 21, 2016, 11:20:11 pm »
Reserving Hardee's Brigade!

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Regiments (Game Clans) / 5th Georgia Volunteer Regiment [Est. 2014]
« on: January 02, 2016, 12:29:01 pm »





I am Francis, the Colonel of the 5th Georgia Volunteers. I assume from your visitation of this thread you are wondering, "Who are these guys? I've never heard of this regiment before." That's a valid question and, at the time of writing, the 5th Georgia has been around since December 5th, 2014. We originated from the long lost mod, "North and South". After the mod died following a prestigious life, the 5th Georgia has been conducting Napoleonic War Events as the 5e Régiment d'Infanterie Legere. Hosting a successful Thursday North American Event. However, we long for a good Civil War based game. Since Battle Cry's revival in development, we look forward to enjoying this game, and the members of it's community!




The 5th Georgia was a real infantry regiment in the American Civil War. They were formed from 10 Companies in 1861, to be first posted in Florida under General Bragg, where they received their training. Their first combat assignment was on Santa Rosa Island off the coast of Florida. The assault on the Island resulted in a victory and early experience for the regiment. Following this the regiment was posted in early 1862 to Knoxville, Tennessee and Corinth, Mississippi. They were ordered to move on Shiloh in April, but arrived too late to participate in the battle. The regiment fought in and around Corinth until the end of May, when they were ordered to participate in the invasion of Kentucky. Following that failure they were reassigned to battle in Murfreesboro. This proved devastating to the 5th Georgia, where they received 32% casualties along with their Colonel and the regimental battle flag. Following this defeat the regiment pulled back to Shelbyville, Tennessee, where it remained until they went to participate in the Tullahoma Campaign. Come September of 1863 the regiment was back in native Georgia. They suffered further casualties, 55%, at the battle of Chickamauga. They participated in the Siege of Chattanooga on Missionary Ridge until they were driven from their position and fell back with the rest of the Army of Tennessee. The regiment suffered through a series of battles in their retreat through Georgia in early 1864 and served as prison guards until being moved to the South Carolina coast late that year. They fought to protect the Charleston and Savannah railroad, losing the battle flag a second time as they were forced to retreat. The 5th continued in retreat with the rest of the Confederate Army through North Carolina. They participated in the battle at Bentonville in March, launching an assault against the Federal XX Corp, where they encountered devastating fire and were forced to fall back. The Army of Tennessee surrendered on April 26, 1865, where a few members of the regiment were present to witness the surrender at the Bennett Homestead.



Contact!

Steam of Colonel Francis


Steam Group of the 5th Georgia





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Confederates / The Confederate States Army [Official Thread]
« on: August 03, 2015, 01:44:11 am »

Confederate States Army

Welcome!

Welcome to the Confederate States Army thread! Here you can find all the important information regarding this community. Below is a list of our rules, events, and the structure of units. We have the privilege of being one of the largest North and South based Communities! We will continue to provide the best event experience in North and South. We host in North American based division and look forward to adding more members into our growing family. If you have any questions regarding anything about the Confederate Army, then please add [CSA]Major General Francis on Steam. Until then, I look forward to seeing you on the battlefield!


History of the Community

The Confederate States Army was first formally known as the 2nd Division, in the Dixieland Army. On April 29th, 2018, 8th Virginia, 5th Georgia, 7th Georgia, 26th North Carolina, and the 2nd Virginia meet in the meeting room of the 2nd Division. In this channel, Major General Francis of that division spoke in terms of leaving the Dixieland Army. Although motives seem to be argued among the members of the DA and the CSA, the Confederate States Army doesn't harbor any harsh feelings towards the Dixieland Army. And ever since the leave, the Confederate States Army as continued to grow in numbers.




Expectations and Ideals

We expect certain characteristics and conduct from members when they join. We require that members conduct themselves in a manner that creates a fun and accepting environment for members. People with great leadership skills are always welcomed and we encourage members to come forward with them. As our community grows, so does the need for responsible, mature leaders. We also require of all our members a level of maturity, regardless of age. While this is a prerequisite for an Officer, it is also something enlisted men must exhibit as well. This means extremely racist topics and comments will not be permitted. Along with harassing or slandering other regiments and communities within North and South, trolling and other disturbances are prohibited. These prerequisites will be maintained and upheld to fit our standards. and provide a fun and welcoming environment for all!


Battle Order

Second Division
Consisting of the following Brigades

Braggs Brigade

Consisting of the following Regiments
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1st Tennessee Volunteer Infantry
Col. Chase

2nd Virginia Volunteer Infantry
Col. Jazz

5th Georgia Volunteers "Clinch Rifles"
Lt. Col Anderson

9th North West Trading Company
Col. Robert Rogers

26th North Carolina

Col. FroggyCSA
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Bragg's Brigade is one of the oldest North American brigades in North and South. Formed several years ago, it was the first North American organized group under the newly formed Dixieland Army. Retired Major General Chadric formed it in hopes of expanding the NA department. Since then, Bragg's Brigade has hosted numerous regiments and has lead countless types of events. Currently, under the leadership of Killobytes, Bragg's Brigade continues to provide the anchor of the CSA.!
Picketts Brigade

Consisting of the following Regiments
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Legion De Los Andes

3rd Louisiana Volunteer Infantry
Col. Reich

7th West Virginia
Col. CyberIsSanity

8th Virginia "The Bloody Eighth"
Col. MrMan

9th Massachusetts
Col. Patriots
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Pickett's Brigade is one of the biggest brigades and oldest in the NaS Community. It has been known for historically having some of the biggest regiments in the North and South community, and comprised of some of the best Virginia theater regiments in the CSA. We strive to be the best and look forward to always welcoming more regiments into the community.
Iron Brigade

Commanded by Brigadier General
Consisting of the following Regiments
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1st Pennsylvania Reserves
Col. Jacktropolis

2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
Col. Fenton

7th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry
Col. Cyber

9th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
Col. Patriots

42nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
Col. Dovahkiin
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Iron Brigade was established on the 7th of July, 2018 and is the first United States Brigade made in the Confederate States Army.  Noted for its strong discipline, its unique uniform appearance, and its tenacious fighting ability, The Iron Brigade (also known as The Black Hats (Black Hat Brigade, Iron Brigade of the West, and originally King's Wisconsin Brigade), was an infantry brigade in the Union Army of the Potomac during the American Civil War. Although it fought entirely in the Eastern Theater, it was composed of regiments from three Western states that are now within the region of the Midwest.
       

Official Ranks
Below is a list of the official ranks used in the community.





Event Schedule
Event schedule that everyone is invited to but is not required (except for the Saturday 1600 (4 PM) EST NaS LB)


Wanting to Enlist?

Anyone is welcomed to join us. To join, please add any of the Generals below. Just click the names below and it will direct you to our steam profile page to add.

Community Contact
Steam Profile of Francis, 2nd Division
Steam Profile of Killobytes, Bragg's Brigade
Steam Profile of Change, Pickett's Brigade

Confederate States Army Steam Group


Regardless of your decision to join or not, we look forward to joining you on the battlefield!

Credits
All artwork credit to (Mr) Don Troiani - Website
Braggs Brigade logo by Braggs Brigade Staff
All other imagery to the Public Domain
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