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Offline Saratov

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Re: Post here if looking for a Regiment or Members.
« Reply #180 on: August 26, 2016, 05:22:53 am »
  Hi everyone,
   
    I'm searching for a N&S Confederate regiment in NA. I'd prefer the regiment to be mature, but won't be too upset if it's not. However, a small(er) regiment is preferable to one in which I'll be merely a name.

   I'm no stranger to either N&S or NW, and can easily find my way within a regiment. However, as I am a student, my commitment to school will take precedence over any commitment to a regiment. Though that does not mean I'm not willing to dedicate time to a regiment.

If you're interested in speaking with me, then feel free to send a message. https://steamcommunity.com/id/LaggyDante

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« Reply #181 on: September 24, 2016, 12:05:25 am »


24th Maine Volunteer Regiment

The 24th Maine is recruiting and we want you to join.We are recruiting [NA/EU] players.

History

There is not much history to give since this was not a very popular or well known regiment but heres what i have found. The 24th Maine Infantry was organized in Augusta, Maine and mustered in October 16, 1862 for nine months' service under the command of Colonel George Marston Atwood.

The regiment left Maine for New York City October 29. Duty at East New York until January 12, 1863. Moved to Fortress Monroe, Virginia, then to New Orleans, Louisiana, January 12-February 14. Attached to 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, XIX Corps, Department of the Gulf, to July 1863. Moved to Bonnet Carre, Louisiana, February 26, 1863, and served duty there until May. Expedition to Ponchatoula and Amite River March 21-30. Capture of Ponchatoula March 24. Amite River March 28. Expedition to Amite River May 7-21. Civiques Ferry May 10. Advance on Port Hudson May 21-24. Siege of Port Hudson May 24-July 8. Assaults on Port Hudson, May 27 and June 14. Surrender of Port Hudson July 8. Ordered home July 24, 1863.

The 24th Maine Infantry mustered out of service August 25, 1863.  The regiment lost a total of 191 men during service; 1 enlisted man killed, 5 officers and 185 enlisted men due to disease. They moved a lot and were not really known but if you join us we will change that and make this regiment known.

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Colonel: Matt
Lieutenant Colonel: Apollo
Major: Grant

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Sergeant: Johannes van den Bosh
Sergeant: Hancock

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Private: Hulock
Private: Kiff
Private: Hunter

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Re: Post here if looking for a Regiment or Members.
« Reply #182 on: October 13, 2016, 11:02:25 pm »
Steam name: StupidSexyCrocve (TOP KEK)
Name in game: Crocve
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I am looking for a EU or EU/NA Confederate Regiment (I would like to try out a cav reg, but won´t mind going as infantry), after my former reg kinda became inactive. I am available for those events that start at 9pm GMT on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Looking for an active Confederate regiment of decent (20 plus) size.
Have experience in NW.

The 1st Foreign Legion is always recruiting if you guys would still like to join a reg.
https://steamcommunity.com/groups/CSA_1stForeignLegion

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Re: Post here if looking for a Regiment or Members.
« Reply #184 on: December 16, 2016, 01:12:05 pm »








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Re: Post here if looking for a Regiment or Members.
« Reply #185 on: January 26, 2017, 07:27:02 pm »
Introduction
The 42nd Virginia is a relatively new unit to North and South, but we also play War of Rights and various other games with the organization of which we are a part. We are looking for mature members, though age is not too important as long as you are willing to listen and be respectful of your peers and officers. Being a new unit, there is a great deal of room for advancement for those who are interested and have what it takes.
Here's a short video including info about our unit! 



Core Values

In our community, it is important that all feel welcome, and that at the end of the day we all have a good time. With that in mind we have four core values that we adhere to.

Respect: It is the right of every member to be treated with respect no matter the circumstances.

Equality: Under our relatively few regulations, every member from the newest greenhorn to the saltiest veteran officer is considered to have the same rights and freedoms.

Freedom: We believe that our members should be free to do as they wish as long as they do not harm anyone else or infringe on their rights. While we do expect people to keep commitments, we understand that life happens and that it can be easy to get burned out under too much pressure. So have fun and relax with us while you're here.

Diversity: We do not judge people based on their personal lives. Whether you are the straightest, whitest manly-man or you identify as a pan-trans-attack-helicopter-unicorn from Venus named Geraldine, we welcome you so long as you don't hurt anyone.


The Four Rights of Members

Keeping in line with our values, the Four Rights of Members is our guideline for the community and how we should interact with one another.

I.The right of every person to be respected and treated as an equal shall not be infringed.
Basically, don't be a jerk to people or intentionally provoke them. If you do so by accident, apologize.

II. The right of every member to PRIVATELY receive correction (If Needed)shall not be infringed.
We've all been there. Your superior didn't like something you did and chewed you out in front of everyone. That won't happen here. If it is something like being out of line in drill, they'll just let you know to fix it, respectfully. But if you are accused of doing something serious like attacking or harassing someone, you'll be talked to in private.
 
III. The right of every member to speak what they will (except topics that belittle others) without repercussion by admin shall not be infringed.
We believe in freedom of speech, but we must also ensure that we speak to each other respectfully. It's a balance. I won't say that we are very PC, but going out of your way to say something that is generally considered off sides isn't okay. 

IV. The right of FSG to deem any conversation inappropriate and ask the topic to change shall be recognized.
Sometimes conversations can get heated, especially in today's political climate. We have no problem with discussion of touchy or charged subjects, but if someone asks to change the subject, please respect their wishes.


NaS Historical Campaigners

Currently, one of our main projects is Historical Campaigners. HC is a persistent war between two factions (currently the Union and Confederacy) played out over a few months. Imagine old school Battlefront in galactic conquest with line battles. It's a whole lot of fun. I'll put a video from a recent battle at the bottom of this post for your enjoyment.


Anyway, if you would like to know more, reply here or add me on steam: LtCol. OConnell [42nd VA]
Free State Gaming and the 42nd VA Website: http://www.freestategaming.com/


Contact and Recruiting Info

42nd VA Steam Group https://steamcommunity.com/groups/42VaInfi

Historical Campaigner Group: https://steamcommunity.com/groups/historiccampaigner

Free State Gaming Group: https://steamcommunity.com/groups/freestategaming



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Re: Post here if looking for a Regiment or Members.
« Reply #186 on: January 29, 2017, 01:03:10 am »

Established May 23rd, 2012

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The 14th Brooklyn has a long and rich history in the community that reloves around M&B/BCoF. It was formed by Colonel Edward Fowler (Diplex) on May 2012, in the M&B:Warband mod
known as "Secession", later transferring to the Napoleonic Wars Civil War mod called "North & South". It has since it's creation in Secession been one of the strongest and most stable Union regiments.
The 14th Brooklyn can offer you a realistic recreation of a Civil War regiment, utilizing the ranks, their respective roles and the realistic commands that were used during combat.

 We here at the 14th Brooklyn appreciate your visit, and we hope you enjoy your stay.





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The Fourteenth Brooklyn was officially formed July 5, 1847 as Fourteenth Regiment, N.Y.S.M. (New York State Militia) when the New York State
Legislature consolidated the individual militia companies into regiments. At this time, the Fourteenth was a social club composed of men of venerable lineage. The regiment
gathered on weekends and evenings for recreation and to demonstrate their readiness to serve in time of need. The men used the armory in Brooklyn (corner of Henry & Cranberry Streets)
as their headquarters. In 1860, the Fourteenth was impressed by the uniforms of Colonel Ellsworth's Chicago Zouaves. As a result, the Board of Officers decided to adopt their own variation of
the French Chasseur uniform. This distinctive uniform was used throughout the regiment's three-year enlistment in the Civil War (May 1861 - May 1864).
Officially, the regiment was mustered into service by General Irwin McDowell on May 23, 1861.

The Brooklyn Chasseurs, (as they were also known), had a fine courageous fighting record. They served in most of the major campaigns in the eastern theater.
These include: First & Second Bull Run, Antietam Creek, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, and Spottsylvania. At First Bull Run, the Fourteenth
fought bravely. They sustained 142 casualties and were given the nickname "Red Legged Devils" by Stonewall Jackson. Shortly after this battle, the New York State
attempted to redesignate the regiment as the 84th New York Volunteers. The men vigorously protested and solicited the aid of General McDowell. It was at this time
that the regiment received its motto, when General McDowell proclaimed: "You were mustered by me into the service of the United States as part of the militia of
the State of New York known as the Fourteenth. You have been Baptized by Fire under that number and as such you shall be recognized by the United States government
and by no other number!
". At second Bull Run, the men again fought valiantly, sustaining 120 casualties. Two weeks later, the regiment would again fight with distinction
by their conspicuous bravery through the cornfield of Antietam Creek. At South Mountain and Antietam, the regiment sustained 55 casualties. Colonel Rufus R. Dawes of the
Iron Brigade's Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers would later write in his book "Service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers" (published in 1890): "The Fourteenth Brooklyn
Regiment, red legged zouaves, came into our line closing the awful gaps. Now is the pinch. Men and officers of New York and Wisconsin are fused into a common mass, in the
frantic struggle to shoot fast. Everybody tears cartridges, loads, passes guns, or shoots.
"

At Fredericksburg and Chancerllorsville, the regiment saw little action having been primarily kept in reserve. However, during the Chancerllorsvile campaign, the Fourteenth
saw a short and deadly action at Fitz Hughs's Crossings. Again, the Fourteenth and the Sixth Wisconsin worked together. Both Regiments were demonstrating while
Hooker's army was moving to the right flank at Chancellorsville. On the Riverbank, the Fourteenth was covering the Sixth as they attempted to cross Fitz Hugh's Crossing
in boats. The Fourteenth's combined casualties for both Fredericksburg and Fitz Hugh's Crossing amounted to 28. During July 1-3, 1863, at the pivotal battle of Gettysburg, the
regiment was to play a vital role in delaying the rebel advance on the first day. The Fourteenth was part of Cutler's Brigade, which was the first infantry brigade to relieve
Brigadier General John Buford's cavalry and engage the Confederates. This delaying action (defense in depth), allowed the Army of the Potomac to concentrate at the "fishhook"
(the position from Culp's Hill and Cemetery Hill, along Cemetery Ridge, and ending at Little Round Top). Again, the Fourteenth and Sixth Wisconsin were to fight together. As the
Confederates under Davis' Brigade (42nd Mississippi, 2nd Mississippi, 55th North Carolina) began to flank the federal position to the north, simultaneously two things happened.
First, Colonel Fowler of the Fourteenth Brooklyn (also commanding the 95th New York Volunteers-Fowlers Demi-brigade) ordered a complex maneuver that resulted in the
Fourteenth Brooklyn (on the left) and the 95th NYV (on the right) forming a battle line facing the rebel threat to the north of the railroad cut. Second and simultaneously, Colonel
Rufus Dawes of the Sixth Wisconsin received orders from General Doubleday to "move your regiment at once to the right" (that is, to the north towards the railroad cut).
Upon seeing the enemy just north of the railroad cut, Colonel Dawes directed his troops to wheel right "by company into line on the company". Davis' Brigade took a blast
head-on from all three union regiments, then made a mad dash for the cover of the railroad cut. At this moment, Fowler's Demi-Brigade (Fourteenth and 95th NYV) came up
on the left, while the Sixth Wisconsin came up on the right. All three regiments (1000 Federals) were now in line of battle facing Davis' Brigade (1700 Confederates), which
were down in the railroad cut. All three regiments vigorously charged and attacked the rebels in the railroad cut. According to one Fourteenth Brooklyn officer, the rebels
"fought with the ferocity of wildcats". A fierce hand to hand fight ensued, with bayonets and clubbed muskets, as the Confederates defended their colors and cannon they
had previously captured. The vengeful Federals loomed above them, firing down into the railroad cut at point blank range. The Confederates were trapped. The shoot-out was
vicious, with no quarter given. Wounded and dead rebels sank to the railroad bed. The fighting was so brutal, it could not last long. The rebels soon realized that their position
was hopeless. They threw down their arms in droves, yielded up their battle flags, and passed through the ranks to the rear as prisoners. Approximately, 350 Confederates from
Davis's Brigade had surrendered in addition, it is estimated that 350 Confederate officers and men were killed or wounded. The rest escaped. The Fourteenth also had the honor
of carrying the body of Major General John Reynolds back to Seminary Ridge after he was shot by a Confederate sharpshooter. This scene is hinted at in Ted Turner's movie
Gettysburg, where you can see some of the re-enactors of the Fourteenth Brooklyn. On the second and third day of battle (July 2-3, 1863), the men fought on Culp's Hill.
The Fourteenth is one of the few regiments to fight all three days at Gettysburg. Furthermore, it is the only regiment to have three monuments erected and dedicated in
their honor at the National Battlefield Park. The Fourteenth sustained 217 casualties (67%) over these three bloody days.

The men continued to fight over the next year, culminating with the battles of the Wilderness and Spottsylvania (126 casualties.) After completing their three year
enlistment, the Fourteenth Brooklyn was mustered out of service. They arrived home, in Brooklyn, to the cheers of crowds at Fulton Ferry on May 25th 1864.
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« Reply #187 on: January 29, 2017, 01:36:55 am »
Hello some of you may know me i am NA and i am looking for a regiment add me on steam i have not played this mod in a long time thanks!

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« Reply #188 on: February 11, 2017, 11:24:12 pm »
                                                                                                                           
  13th Texas Rangers   
                                                                                                                                                 
   
   


You are a volunteer serving 13thTxR with honour and fidelity.
Each Soldier is your brother in arms whatever his nationality, his race or his religion might be. NO RACISM ,NO INSULTING NATIONS, No INSULTING RELIGION and EVEN PERSONAL INSULTS .Will be dealt with accordingly .You show him the same close solidarity that links the members of the same family.
Respect your fellow rankers, your officers, your opponents, randoms etc. Picking fights and starting drama is something we don't want.Stay disciplined.During linebattles you are required to stay in line and follow orders.  Don't teamkil.The officers are in place because they have had months, maybe years of activity . You must follow them on every suicide charge they lead you in to because god , it will be fun.
Real life takes priority over all , talk to an officer about your inactivity.We want to maintain a well respected regiment. Trolling in game, out of game, and damaging our 13thTxR name will not be tolerated.
Don't take the game too seriously. Above all else, HAVE FUN


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Re: Post here if looking for a Regiment or Members.
« Reply #189 on: May 27, 2017, 10:32:38 pm »
Name: Victus
Time zone: Pacific
Faction you want to join: Union

Have had my own regiments in NW, can lead men and proven tactician. Looking for NA regiment, i am 23 years old and a mature player.
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« Reply #190 on: December 22, 2017, 09:26:12 am »
                                                                                                                           
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You are a volunteer serving 13thTxR with honour and fidelity.
Each Soldier is your brother in arms whatever his nationality, his race or his religion might be. NO RACISM ,NO INSULTING NATIONS, No INSULTING RELIGION and EVEN PERSONAL INSULTS .Will be dealt with accordingly .You show him the same close solidarity that links the members of the same family.
Respect your fellow rankers, your officers, your opponents, randoms etc. Picking fights and starting drama is something we don't want.Stay disciplined.During linebattles you are required to stay in line and follow orders.  Don't teamkil.The officers are in place because they have had months, maybe years of activity . You must follow them on every suicide charge they lead you in to because god , it will be fun.
Real life takes priority over all , talk to an officer about your inactivity.We want to maintain a well respected regiment. Trolling in game, out of game, and damaging our 13thTxR name will not be tolerated.
Don't take the game too seriously. Above all else, HAVE FUN


Want to join ? add  me in steam
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Re: Post here if looking for a Regiment or Members.
« Reply #191 on: December 24, 2017, 09:31:45 pm »
boi every regiment in this board is disbanded coz the game ain't makin any progress

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« Reply #192 on: April 08, 2018, 10:21:51 pm »
The DA is still hosting events with decent sized numbers, but yes, most regiments in this thread are dead.

However there are many in the community that are still going strong.

I myself am looking at recreating a regiment, so if anyone is interested in starting from scratch, hit me up on steam!


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« Reply #193 on: June 29, 2018, 02:10:55 am »
JOIN THE BLACK HATS!

6th Wisconsin is a regiment that is built on friendship, loyalty and respect for everyone's endavor. we all share a love the union, that the rebels cant understand.

History:The 6th Wisconsin was raised at Madison, Wisconsin, and mustered into Federal service July 16, 1861, for a term of three years. It saw severe fighting in the 1862 Northern Virginia Campaign, fighting at Brawner's Farm during the early part of the Second Battle of Bull Run. During the subsequent Maryland Campaign, the 6th attacked Turner's Gap in the Battle of South Mountain, and then suffered considerable casualties battling Hood's Texas Brigade in the D.R. Miller cornfield at Antietam.
During the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1, 1863, Lt. Col. Rufus R. Dawes led a counterattack on Joseph R. Davis's Confederate brigade of Mississippians, many of which were sheltered in an unfinished railroad cut west of town. The 6th forced the surrender of over 200 enemy soldiers. The regiment later served that year in the Bristoe and Mine Run Campaigns.
The regiment participated in the Grand Review of the Armies on May 23, 1865, and then mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky, on July 2, 1865.

Reasons on fighting the Rebels

- Preserve the Union

- Stand up and Fight for Uncle Sam!

- Lincoln Deserves A Victory!


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« Reply #194 on: June 29, 2018, 02:15:33 am »
The DA is still hosting events with decent sized numbers, but yes, most regiments in this thread are dead.

However there are many in the community that are still going strong.

I myself am looking at recreating a regiment, so if anyone is interested in starting from scratch, hit me up on steam!



The 6th WI Needs men, we just formed wanna join?
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