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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #780 on: November 29, 2018, 05:03:59 pm »
I'll play BCoF if it has a competent skill system
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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #781 on: December 03, 2018, 09:56:09 pm »
TB Groupfight vs 59th (3/12/18), cheeky win ;) :

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they did not give an inkling of a fuck about the community

Is this the lovely community that chatted (and evidently still chats) unrelenting shit about us on the forums, attempted to boycott our events because they were salty and would've relished at the idea of us disbanding?
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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #782 on: December 03, 2018, 10:05:39 pm »
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One of the dumbest things to happen in the community was people thinking Holdfast to be a successor to NW and just flat out quitting NW and moving their regiment to a different game. For the 63e to have done that shows that they did not give an inkling of a fuck about the community and them moving single handedly weakened the desire for growth in this game along with the other regiments that quit NW in a time where really we were much more active then we are now and the game could still be enjoyed to a large scale.

I appreciate your opinion, however, I would disagree with your statement.

First, we haven't quit nw. We are active just not on a competitive scale. We have scheduled gfs and have an dedicated nco for that task.

Second, we have done more for the community overall than most. We put years into nw and still love and respect it. We have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played, but we also created one of the most popular servers from scratch, among other achievements and participation.

Third, we hosted one of the most popular, longest running, and most regularly attended weekly events in the game. Almost all the participating regiments moved over to holdfast and some regiments still attend our events to this day.

You have no idea what motivated us to play Holdfast.
I would have rather you put more effort into investigating the nwl which took me 5 minutes to realize that it was stolen from us due to banned players boasting about playing on the opposing team in the championship match. There is also video evidence of the same team using the same tactics granting us a 10-0 victory in a previous 1v1. But to each their own...
I appreciate your response. It was to my knowledge you had pretty much abandoned Warband when Holdfast came out not just competitively. I'm not discrediting what the regiment has done in its previous history but putting yourself to that level of growth in NW comes with its responsibilities as well. 

Revolutionized linebattles how?

You also did not create one of the most popular servers really you can credit the core of the popularity of the 63e to Diplex. The 63e being successful isn't really my point. And your third point well that's exactly it. A major influence in the community (63e) uprooted its regiment along with it's very popular events and the regiments that attended those.  I'd probably say like 80% of the NW regiments that moved to Holdfast at that time did not fare well at all and I think most ended up just disbanding.

The sway the 63e has had in this community has majorly impacted not only the casual but competitive scene of the game. You kinda brought that on yourselves, and responsibilities and judgement will come because of the regiments clout. Like it er' not.

Also for the whole NWL situation you kind of have to look at it from an unbiased standpoint because you are clearly biased there's no arguing that. At the time of the league I was the sole administrator as everyone else was inactive. It was just Cheesey and I running the league until he disbanded his regiment halfway to 3/4 through the league. Did I make some mistakes in the decision making process? Sure, maybe (no)(jk)(no). Really I was trying to be the most impartial I could in a difficult time in NWL's history where I alone was the arbitrator. There was no justifying evidence that could have incriminated the 91st and there was no way at the time I could have collected enough verifiable proof to make a public affirmation without seeming or being unbiased. It was he said she said shit, and I think I know why you think it's a 5 minute investigation. You cannot make conclusions based on assumption. I may not have no idea what motivated you to play Holdfast, but you definitely have no idea of how things were then and how the match was administered after NWL.
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We were one of the last major events to stay in NW. I just find it odd you are blaming us for a large community shift. I dont know if you remember but there was a massive move to Holdfast which made it hard to sustain any event. Also I dont know if you remember but previous to our events, they were extremely unbalanced and biased admining. We changed that.

Also, Diplex had no impact on the popularity or growth of the 63e. When I started as a cadet under Karth, we had maybe 30 attendance and were considered hill campers in the community. Karth was the one who changed that (hill camping thing kinda stayed with us tho lol). Also Karth and I worked to grow our community. Karth and I worked to make the siege server as well and we both built it from scratch. Im just curious where are you getting this info from? For holding such opinions of us you have very incorrect information.

Also the guy admitted it on the fse forums, I questioned him and he admitted to it (with no bias on our part). All in the span of 5 mins. At the time it could have been easily resolved by checking GUIDs in the logs. Which again would have taken 5 min. A whole year worth of hard work and training, dissolved because logical steps were not taken. But its split milk. I just mentioned it to get under your skin because you talking crazy lol :P
I'm not blaming you for a large community shift. The community shifted but I'm saying you had influence. 30 attendance was still considered decent too.

Which of my information is incorrect other than your Diplex point? Most of it is opinionated discussion. You were known as campers in mostly the comp. community so it's not like you were at a disadvantage lol if that's what you're implying.

You're not really talking about the topic you're kinda just talking yourself and your regiment up so I think this is where the talk ends.

Also anybody can say anything, having an untrustworthy person admit something isn't necessarily conclusive. I don't remember the server itself or even if the logs were recorded or retrievable. Would have been hard to be matched to a player since nobody knew each others GUIDs then. A whole year worth of being an online video game clan, spilt water droplets more like. And nah we just having a discussion, someone insignificant in my life like you can't get under my skin. You just callin' me crazy because I'm being very serious [windflower the type of person to take a meme seriously ;D ;D ;D], I pity the foo'
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Listen Windflower, I'm not here to banter back and forth. We had influence is not a reason to start flaming our thread. In fact, it was the community who influenced us in our shift. We were one of the last influencial regiments to shift as we continued our NW events months after the release of Holdfast.

As for the NWL, yes I agree. Anyone can say anything, but there was questions regarding the admining of the match, as well as the fact that there were accusations of banned players playing in a match. The servers hold 7 days worth of logs allowing you a week to take a few minutes to check the GUIDs and verify the players. A basic and most logicial action was not taken. There were many instances that we felt should have been addressed, and the Championship match should have been an actual investigation, split decision, or at the very least rounds replayed.

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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #783 on: December 03, 2018, 10:20:01 pm »
How is holdfast doing? I heard it’s just as dead as NW
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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #784 on: December 05, 2018, 03:26:21 pm »
We have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played

I would really debate that point with you. If anything, the 2ndQF-12th/3eVolt had more of an influence on how linebattles were conducted in 2012 and it spread to the rest of the community.




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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #785 on: December 05, 2018, 03:43:34 pm »
NW is dead

NW has been dead friend. You can see it when the likes of Vetro, NickCole, RussianFury, Risk, etc. (all you NW folk) start posting on the Holdfast boards again lol
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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #786 on: December 05, 2018, 10:47:23 pm »
We have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played

I would really debate that point with you. If anything, the 2ndQF-12th/3eVolt had more of an influence on how linebattles were conducted in 2012 and it spread to the rest of the community.

Around that time was when there were extremely unbalanced events and biased admins. Stacked teams, unfair maps, and admins that would only slay for the opposing teams' offenses. Everyone was aware of it and tbh regiments were getting a bit tired of it. 63e offered more balanced events and fair admining which is why we still have some of the same regiments attending our events.

I'm not taking away any other regiments who contributed but that is what I am referring to when I state "we have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played."
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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #787 on: December 06, 2018, 02:03:13 am »
We have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played

I would really debate that point with you. If anything, the 2ndQF-12th/3eVolt had more of an influence on how linebattles were conducted in 2012 and it spread to the rest of the community.

Around that time was when there were extremely unbalanced events and biased admins. Stacked teams, unfair maps, and admins that would only slay for the opposing teams' offenses. Everyone was aware of it and tbh regiments were getting a bit tired of it. 63e offered more balanced events and fair admining which is why we still have some of the same regiments attending our events.

I'm not taking away any other regiments who contributed but that is what I am referring to when I state "we have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played."

Understood, but that still takes away from Hugonaut and Millander's Classical Linebattles (Infantry Only events) from 2012-13. They literally were doing the exact same thing and were as unbiased as they come.

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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #788 on: December 06, 2018, 03:45:09 am »
We have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played

I would really debate that point with you. If anything, the 2ndQF-12th/3eVolt had more of an influence on how linebattles were conducted in 2012 and it spread to the rest of the community.

Around that time was when there were extremely unbalanced events and biased admins. Stacked teams, unfair maps, and admins that would only slay for the opposing teams' offenses. Everyone was aware of it and tbh regiments were getting a bit tired of it. 63e offered more balanced events and fair admining which is why we still have some of the same regiments attending our events.

I'm not taking away any other regiments who contributed but that is what I am referring to when I state "we have not only revolutionized linebattles and the way they were played."

Understood, but that still takes away from Hugonaut and Millander's Classical Linebattles (Infantry Only events) from 2012-13. They literally were doing the exact same thing and were as unbiased as they come.

How does that take away from them? There were far more regiments with biased practices than not. We attended a lot of those events, very few were balanced and unbiased. Karth created events specifically addressing those issues with custom maps as well. The 59th on the EU side began to do this as well.

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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #789 on: December 06, 2018, 12:31:59 pm »
The word "revolutionized" makes it sound like the 63e was the first to offer events such as this so yes, it does take away from them. The 63e deserves a lot of the credit for 2014-onward where their events and server helped sustain the community much further than what many expected. However, again, you're forgetting a lot of history from 2012-13 including the time when 63e was on hiatus and Karth wasn't around.

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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #790 on: December 06, 2018, 11:13:00 pm »
The word "revolutionized" makes it sound like the 63e was the first to offer events such as this so yes, it does take away from them. The 63e deserves a lot of the credit for 2014-onward where their events and server helped sustain the community much further than what many expected. However, again, you're forgetting a lot of history from 2012-13 including the time when 63e was on hiatus and Karth wasn't around.

In regards to what I mentioned, our events were created out of need, hence we were the first to host those type of events specifically addressing those issues. No one else was doing it at the time from my experience participating in linebattle events, and you must have your history messed up because Karth was here during 2012-2013.

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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #791 on: December 07, 2018, 01:31:44 am »
Do you guys remember when all the good players from the 71st joined the 63e and they still couldn’t win NWL? LMAO
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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #792 on: December 07, 2018, 01:36:36 am »
The word "revolutionized" makes it sound like the 63e was the first to offer events such as this so yes, it does take away from them. The 63e deserves a lot of the credit for 2014-onward where their events and server helped sustain the community much further than what many expected. However, again, you're forgetting a lot of history from 2012-13 including the time when 63e was on hiatus and Karth wasn't around.

In regards to what I mentioned, our events were created out of need, hence we were the first to host those type of events specifically addressing those issues. No one else was doing it at the time from my experience participating in linebattle events, and you must have your history messed up because Karth was here during 2012-2013.

You guys weren't active for some of 2012 and for months in 2013. I should know because there wasn't a 63e to linebattle when I led the 9y. Quite a few of your guys joined us during this time.

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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #793 on: December 07, 2018, 04:31:36 am »
The word "revolutionized" makes it sound like the 63e was the first to offer events such as this so yes, it does take away from them. The 63e deserves a lot of the credit for 2014-onward where their events and server helped sustain the community much further than what many expected. However, again, you're forgetting a lot of history from 2012-13 including the time when 63e was on hiatus and Karth wasn't around.

In regards to what I mentioned, our events were created out of need, hence we were the first to host those type of events specifically addressing those issues. No one else was doing it at the time from my experience participating in linebattle events, and you must have your history messed up because Karth was here during 2012-2013.

You guys weren't active for some of 2012 and for months in 2013. I should know because there wasn't a 63e to linebattle when I led the 9y. Quite a few of your guys joined us during this time.

That must have been during Diplex leadership, not Karth. Once Karth took over the 63e was active on both NA and EU. Karth officially commanded the regiment from Sept. 2012.

We eventually began hosting our own events and it benefited and spread throughout the community. We are still hosting the same events till this day. TILL THIS DAY. lol
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Re: 63ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne [6 Years and Going!]
« Reply #794 on: December 07, 2018, 04:55:28 am »
I can't believe you guys will blame the death of NW on the 63e. The 63e isn't a corporation that just dropped in on your "native land." This isn't McDonalds. We built up just like everyone else. I remember when we had our first fifty man line battle. The 63e probably gave me the best gaming experience in my life and I still talk to the same people to this day. The 63e gave so many good memories to so many good people and people just grow up. When everyone left to join the new meta regiment full of veterans every now and then, the 63e was always there as a good friend, so when that regiment fell apart, the 63e always took you back. I might not be active, but damn I always know the 63e would take me back in the heartbeat because they are a good community with good people and they are administratively superior to any other regiment and you can quote me on that.

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