Napoleonic wars is a very popular DLC for the the equally popular game "Mount and Blade: Warband". It is set in the years between 1810 and 1815, at the end of the Napoleonic wars era. It was developed by an external development team called FSE (Flying Squirrel Entertainment) and was sort of a follow up to the mod "Mount and Musket". In Napoleonic wars you can take part in epic battles and sieges, have a fun match of team deathmatch or play commander battle. You can try out blasting people away with artillery, Run people down with cavalry, Gun down people with organised line fire or Snipe people with the accuracy of skirmishers. Or maybe you fancy sitting in a corner and building fortifications as a sapper. In my personal opinion Napoleonic wars is an incredibly fun game and I would highly recommend buying the game.
What is a Regiment?
A regiment is a group of people who all play together and take part in line battles and training's. Around 95% of regiments, Including the 77y, Have a well organised ranking structure. Think of a regiment like a CoD clan, but not full of little kids that swear at you. Most regiments will not tolerate trolling in public servers, line battles or training's and they will ask you to follow their rules that they have set out. Failing to follow the rules will most likely get you demoted but if you are a repeat offender you may get kicked from the regiment of your choice.
Where can I get Warband/Napoleonic Wars?
There are multiple places you can get these games. The first and most obvious place where you can get Warband and Napoleonic Wars is from Steam, On steam Mount and Blade:Warband costs: £14.99, €19.99 and $24.99. Napoleonic Wars costs: £7.99, €9.99 and $12.99. The second place you can get the games from is gamersgate where the prices are pretty much identical, give or take a few pence or cents. The final option is to buy it direct from the TaleWorlds website where you can get a Mount and blade: Warband + Napoleonic Wars bundle for £18.81 or $29.74, with the possible added charge for postage and packaging if you are buying a disc copy.
What are the Napoleonic Wars Event Times?
The usual event times for the 77y and most of Napoleonic Wars in general are all the same. Nearly every European event starts at 7pm GMT, or BST when Britain switches to it's summer time. This means they start at anywhere between 8pm and 10pm across the European nations where the game is popular. As for America this means that 2pm if you are on EST (Eastern Standard Time), 1pm for Central time and 12am (Midday) for Mountain time.
What is the 77y?
The 77y is an example of a regiment which I talked about further up. Here in the 77y we are more laid back than most regiments. We like to fight our battles to acheie victory, but outside of line battles we have a teamspeak server which we all sit in and have a lot of fun together. our members have some basic knowledge in the game, excluding cadets who have little experience though. The 77y has Line, Skirmishers, and Artillery detachments to choose from and help can always be found if you want to improve on a certain aspect of your game.
How can I Join the 77y?
It's very simple, To join the 77y all you have to do is make an account on the website. This will then allow you to click on the button that says "Join us!". From there all you have to do is fill out the application form and wait for our response. If your application is good enough then you will get invited into teamspeak where you will go to a channel to go through the next stage of the application process, and if you pass that then you have become a full cadet of the 77y.
What are the ranks in the 77y?
The ranking system is in 3 basic categories, CO, NCO and Ranker. CO ranks consist of Col, Cpt and Lt. NCO ranks consist of Sgt and Cpl. Ranker ranks are split up into each of the 3 detachments. Line has ranks such as Gren, Pfc, Pvt and Consc, Skirms have ranks such as Shrp, Mrks, Jgr and Skirm, finally Arty have ranks which are in two sub-detachments but both basically fall under the same detachment as its just a way of showing who does what. The arty ranks consist of Gnr and CN. The arty guard ranks consist of Gfc and Grd. Each detachment will have there own CO's and NCOs. The only CO rank that isnt in each detachment is Col, as there is only 1 Col who owns the regiment.
What is RS and IP?
RS (Regimental Secretary) and IP (Induction Person) are two types of people which handle applications and the website. They both arnt counted as a seperate rank as users with these ranks have other ranks to such as Mrks or Pfc. They are seen more as Positions(or titles) who deals with applications and who deal with other matters regarding the regiment.
The rank IP is not currently in use because it currently isnt needed.
What responses will I get when I apply?
You will receive either a reply saying you have been accepted to join or a deny due to an issue you have stated in your application. However you can get a reply with a question which can either lead to a deny or accept reply after.
I cannot attend tuesday training, will I get rejected for this reason?
No, you will be accepted fully into the regiment as a cadet but will not be able to receive a promotion higher than cadet, tuesday training is largely important for improvement of skills and receiving a promotion, not the ability to attend events.
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