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    Beautiful introduction, gigantus.
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    :o
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    WOW

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    Default Re: 1648 - Der dreissigjährige Krieg

    nur warum ist der link vom tw Forum über dem der Total War Zone?
    Ich mach' sie nebeneinander



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    please some of us are just not that literate! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monguntiacum View Post
    We hoped to release the mod for christmas 09. But unfortunaly we got a crash last days. so i would say, in the beginning of 2010. status is ca. 95% of v1.0.

    UPDATE

    Cause of another few problems, which won't be solved easily, the Mod won't release on Christmas 09. There is no new release-date. Hopefully in the first quarter of 2010.

    Sry.

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    WOW!!!!!!!!
    Great!
    gigantus, +REP
    I like this mod. It is similar period to my.


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    terrible hussars, They have wings from late XVII Century, armor from early XVI Century, bad lances, boots should be yellow ehhh, they are totaly bad, I think better will be if you use Thrasing mad's Hussars

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    thanks for comment. but this is irrelevant. we have not the claim do to a 100% historical mod. Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth is in this war passive. it get his defeat against sweden in the beginning of 17. and in this mod, only western poland is present on the map. so it will be fast a victim of sweden, brandenburg-prussia and Habsburg-Austria. The one or two battles when a human player will meet the Hussaria at battlefield are not important.
    Last edited by Monguntiacum; December 09, 2009 at 02:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigantus View Post

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    Great idea! It's about time that finally there's a mod on this very, very interesting time span in Europe's history! But Bremen was not an Archbishopric in 1618, having been "taken over" by protestant clerics around 1570 - so just a protestant bishopric.

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    There are some helping pictures from 17th century

    This is the first half, or 50 images. If interested you will place a further 50. Some pictures are from a book so I hid it says.

    French Mousqetaire de la Garde, second half of the 17th century:



    Polish citizen musketeer from Danzig, first half of the 17th century:



    Swedish army, middle 17th century:



    Swedish officer, middle 17th century:



    Ottoman soldiers, description on the plate:



    Ottoman soldiers, description on the plate:



    Austrian pikemen, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian musketeer and halberdier, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian officers, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian army, from first to second half of the 17th century:



    Austrian musketeer and officer, middle 17th century:



    Austrian drummer, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian officer, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian arquebuser, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian trumpeter, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian artilleryman, first half of the 17th century:



    Austrian cuirassier, second half of the 17th century:



    Austrian cuirassier, second half of the 17th century:



    Austrian musketeer, second half of the 17th century:



    German officer, second half of the 17th century:



    German pikeman, second half of the 17th century:



    German officer, second half of the 17th century:



    German officer, second half of the 17th century:



    Croatian officer, middle 17th century:



    Polish dragoons, second half of the 17th century:



    Dannish early grenadier, second half of the 17th century:



    English cavalryman, middle 17th century:



    French musketeers (frirst of Louis XIII's, second of early Louis XIV's):



    French Gardes Irlandais officer, second half of the 17th century:



    English ealry grenadiers, second half of the 17th century:



    Swedish halberdier, middle 17th century:



    Polish halberdier officer, first half of the 17th century:



    Spanish musketeers, second half of the 17th century:



    Spanish ensign and musketeer, first half of the 17th century:



    Spanish cavalryman, second half of the 17th century:



    Spanish musketeer, first half of the 17th century:



    Spanish palace guards, second half of the 17th century:



    Spanish palace guard, second half of the 17th century:



    English cuirassier, early 17th century:



    English cavalryman, middle 17th century:



    Ottoman Jannisaries, second half of the 17th century:



    French cavalryman, second half of the 17th century:



    French guard cavalryman, second half of the 17th century:



    French Mousqetaire de la Garde, second half of the 17th century:



    French Mousqetaire de la Garde, second half of the 17th century:



    French cavalryman, second half of the 17th century:



    French cavalrymen, second half of the 17th century:



    French noble cavalrymen, second half of the 17th century:



    Polish Winged Hussar (husaria), second half of the 17th century:



    Cossack pikeman, middle 17th century:



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    thanks!! we use mainly the osprey books, i see some of your pics are osprey. but some pics are very good, it would be nice if you could call the author and title of the books.

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    Bremen is not historic correct, we know that. it´s a question of balance.
    also we take Prussia as Owner for Brandenburg, this was a voting in TWZ Community. We think a alternative history, where the Duke of Prussia had Children, and his cousin in Brandenburg not. So Hohenzollern is leaded by the Line of Königsberg

    Our Mod has NO claim of historic perfection, we want to have fun and a balanced gaming. we have pools for recruitment with Units who are surely not historic, some are Hommages, some a fun. Also they have weapons and cloths of this time.

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    But changing "Erzbistum Bremen" into "Bistum Bremen" wouldn't shift the balance...

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    sure. but...who cares? 1648 is famous in the german community for it´s hotseat quality as an "german" mod, we have nearly 600 german Cities on the map. so our northern brothers and sisters will fight for Bremen, if Erzbistum or Bistum. The most Gamers not really know a different. so, if you will be happy, i will change the name. it´s a job of a second

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monguntiacum View Post
    thanks for comment. but this is irrelevant. we have not the claim do to a 100% historical mod. Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth is in this war passive. it get his defeat against sweden in the beginning of 17. and in this mod, only western poland is present on the map. so it will be fast a victim of sweden, brandenburg-prussia and Habsburg-Austria. The one or two battles when a human player will meet the Hussaria at battlefield are not important.
    Still, you can use (and infact you should) various already done units from XVIIth century DOminium Mars Baltici mod. It has units for Poland-Lithuania, Denmark and Sweden (including neat cuirassiers in 3/4 armour, Hakkeplitas, Musketeers, Late Polish Winged Hussars and many, many more useful units). Unfortunately, there aren't many screenshots of them, since trashing_mad 's photobucket account is no more. But there are few remaining:
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    -Kunlingas Majestas Drabanter (Sweden):

    Mercenary Musketeer (Sweden)

    Swedish Arquebus Militia

    Gustav's Musketeers:

    Cuirassiers:

    Pikemen (P-L)

    Halberd Militia (Poland)

    Polish Winged Hussars (they are truly impressive, but make sure that t_m will give you their models- they aren't in current version of a mod)


    Polish Commander (There are also Swedish and Denmark, but I couldn't find a screenshot with them. But you have my word that they are purely awesome)



    Polish Early Era unit roster:




    XVIIth century DMB mod subforum:
    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=739
    Please make sure that trashing_mad will give you permission!


    Hope that helped in making the right choice

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    Default Re: 1648 - Der dreissigjährige Krieg

    Oh, and one more (made by me):
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monguntiacum View Post
    if Erzbistum or Bistum. The most Gamers not really know a different. so, if you will be happy, i will change the name. it´s a job of a second
    Ich würd' mich freuen.

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    I dont know,regardless of their authenticity or lack therof I think the Hussars look excellentthere is nothing wrong with a bit of reimagining for as it has been pointed out many times the Hussars outfitted themselves more often than not,therefore it is not out of the realms of possibility that we might see some variation from time to time...and this mod looks excellent all around!!!I will be greatly anticipating this!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by intel View Post
    Still, you can use (and infact you should) various already done units from XVIIth century DOminium Mars Baltici mod. It has units for Poland-Lithuania, Denmark and Sweden (including neat cuirassiers in 3/4 armour, Hakkeplitas, Musketeers, Late Polish Winged Hussars and many, many more useful units). Unfortunately, there aren't many screenshots of them, since trashing_mad 's photobucket account is no more. But there are few remaining:
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 

    -Kunlingas Majestas Drabanter (Sweden):

    Mercenary Musketeer (Sweden)

    Swedish Arquebus Militia

    Gustav's Musketeers:

    Cuirassiers:

    Pikemen (P-L)

    Halberd Militia (Poland)

    Polish Winged Hussars (they are truly impressive, but make sure that t_m will give you their models- they aren't in current version of a mod)


    Polish Commander (There are also Swedish and Denmark, but I couldn't find a screenshot with them. But you have my word that they are purely awesome)



    Polish Early Era unit roster:




    XVIIth century DMB mod subforum:
    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=739
    Please make sure that trashing_mad will give you permission!


    Hope that helped in making the right choice

    So, it seems to me, the presentation on TWC, how King Kong suggest, was a good idea. Now we can analyse the leavings of Banzai!´s Wallenstein Mod and thrashing_mad´s XVIIth Mod and take a look if something will be useful for our baby.
    of course, when we use something, it will be a big point in the credits for both modder, also i will write first a request for permission.

    thanks!

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    Loler, und ich brech mir da einen ab um in englisch zu antworten.
    Last edited by Monguntiacum; December 10, 2009 at 04:24 AM.

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    seems to me a very promising mod worth to keep an eye on it
    Common sense removed due being Disruptive.

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    Default Re: 1648 - Der dreissigjährige Krieg

    I will certainly be watching this mod's progress, it looks like a lot of fun so far

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