History Videogame / MountAndBlade

11th Jun '18 6:52:23 PM Ramidel
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** Conversely, the Rhodok troop tree is a direct copy of the Swadian infantry tree, just with no cavalry support and with Rhodok infantry being generally better equipped (particularly Sharpshooters).
19th Apr '18 12:27:04 PM Brandis
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A proper sequel, ''Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord'', serves as a prequel to ''Mount & Blade: Warband'' with an engine overhaul and gameplay improvements. The game's release date is unknown but according to Frank Eliott, known as Captain Lust, one of the developers and PR managers, there will be public beta testing.

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A proper sequel, ''Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord'', serves as a prequel to ''Mount & Blade: Warband'' with an engine overhaul and gameplay improvements. The game's release date is unknown but according to Frank Eliott, known as Captain Lust, one of the a former developers and PR managers, manager, there will be public beta testing.
13th Mar '18 9:15:14 AM Sonofstranger
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** Meanwhile, the Nords and Rhodoks have similar similar troop trees: tier one units can either become marksmen or infantry, and neither have any cavalry. While the Rhodoks have very powerful tier-5 crossbowmen and infantry, giving them a very good defensive mindset, the Nords eschew tier-5 marksmen in favor of the tier-6 Nord Huscarl, which is arguably the best heavy infantry in the game, as well as the only tier-6 unit available.
13th Mar '18 8:55:18 AM Sonofstranger
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* DifficultButAwesome: "Chamber" blocking: effectively cancelling out an enemy's attack by [[{{Flynning attacking from the same direction with good timing]]. If you get good enough at it, you can block couched lance damage (which is almost guaranteed a kill if you don't have a shield, and can't be blocked normally without one) ''[[WithThisHerring with a dagger]]''.
13th Mar '18 8:31:35 AM Sonofstranger
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* TheExile: Endicting a lord from your faction of treason is the only reliable way to put said lord out of play permanently. Other kings can also order exiles for their own lords, but these just join a different faction (hopefully yours) instead.

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* TheExile: Endicting Indicting a lord from your faction of treason is the only reliable way to put said lord out of play permanently. Other kings can also order exiles for their own lords, but these just join a different faction (hopefully yours) instead. If an exiled lord is friends with no one, then they can be exiled [[PutOnABus away from Calradia]].
** Rulers of factions that don't exist anymore (hold no fiefs or armies) leave the realm.


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* JerkassHasAPoint: The "dishonorable" lords and nobles will scold you for taking the "honorable" option of letting enemy commanders go away free after defeating them. Enemy lords, once free, can simply raise a new army and resume whatever they were doing earlier, be it plundering trade routes or razing villages, and it would benefit ''everyone'' on your side if they were simply taken out of the picture -- especially if they have several fiefs and are capable of fielding armies over a hundred strong.
27th Feb '18 3:39:12 PM fusilcontrafusil
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In April 2012, an updated version (multiplayer-only) of the popular mod ''Mount & Musket'' was released as official DLC for ''Warband'', titled ''Mount & Blade: Napoleonic Wars'', which takes place, of course, during UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars. Another official historical-themed DLC (this time with a solo campaign), ''Mount & Blade: Viking Conquest'', was released in December 2014; it is set in TheLowMiddleAges British Islands and has been developed by the creators of the famous mod ''[[http://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php/board,189.0.html Brytenwalda]]''.

The ''Warband'' engine has also been licensed out twice, resulting in the pirate-themed ''Blood & Gold: Caribbean'' (from the makers of ''With Fire and Sword'') and the China-themed ''Gloria Sinica: Han Xiongnu Wars'', both released through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.

A proper sequel ''Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord'', serves as a prequel to ''Mount & Blade: Warband'', with engine overhaul and gameplay improvements. The game's release date is unknown but according to Frank Eliott, known as Captain Lust, one of the developers and PR managers, there will be public beta testing.

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In April 2012, an updated version (multiplayer-only) of the popular mod ''Mount & Musket'' was released as official DLC for ''Warband'', titled ''Mount & Blade: Napoleonic Wars'', which takes place, of course, during UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars. UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars.

Another official historical-themed DLC (this time with a solo campaign), ''Mount & Blade: Viking Conquest'', was released in December 2014; it is set in TheLowMiddleAges British Islands and has been developed by the creators of the famous mod ''[[http://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php/board,189.0.html Brytenwalda]]''.

The ''Warband'' engine has also been licensed out twice, twice for games published outside Taleworlds, resulting in the pirate-themed ''Blood & Gold: Caribbean'' (from the makers of ''With Fire and Sword'') and the China-themed ''Gloria Sinica: Han Xiongnu Wars'', both released through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.

A proper sequel sequel, ''Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord'', serves as a prequel to ''Mount & Blade: Warband'', Warband'' with an engine overhaul and gameplay improvements. The game's release date is unknown but according to Frank Eliott, known as Captain Lust, one of the developers and PR managers, there will be public beta testing.
27th Feb '18 3:36:52 PM fusilcontrafusil
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On April 19th, 2012, an updated version (multiplayer-only) of the popular mod ''Mount & Musket'' was released as official DLC for ''Warband'', titled ''Mount & Blade: Napoleonic Wars'', which takes place, of course, during UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars. Another official historical-themed DLC (this time with a solo campaign), ''Mount & Blade: Viking Conquest'', is announced to be released in December 2014; it is set in TheLowMiddleAges British Islands and has been developed by the creators of the famous mod ''[[http://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php/board,189.0.html Brytenwalda]]''.

The ''Warband'' engine has also been licensed out twice, resulting in the pirate-themed ''Blood & Gold: Caribbean'' and China-themed ''Gloria Sinica: Han Xiongnu Wars'', both released through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.

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On In April 19th, 2012, an updated version (multiplayer-only) of the popular mod ''Mount & Musket'' was released as official DLC for ''Warband'', titled ''Mount & Blade: Napoleonic Wars'', which takes place, of course, during UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars. Another official historical-themed DLC (this time with a solo campaign), ''Mount & Blade: Viking Conquest'', is announced to be was released in December 2014; it is set in TheLowMiddleAges British Islands and has been developed by the creators of the famous mod ''[[http://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php/board,189.0.html Brytenwalda]]''.

The ''Warband'' engine has also been licensed out twice, resulting in the pirate-themed ''Blood & Gold: Caribbean'' (from the makers of ''With Fire and Sword'') and the China-themed ''Gloria Sinica: Han Xiongnu Wars'', both released through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.
26th Feb '18 9:38:30 PM fusilcontrafusil
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The game (and Taleworlds) started as an indie project by two people, [[CreatorCouple a husband-and-wife team]]. Before its 2007 release, the game spent three years in public beta testing, inspiring a highly active [[GameMod modding]] community that continues to this day. Some modders went on to join the official developers.

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The game (and Taleworlds) started as an indie project by two people, [[CreatorCouple a husband-and-wife team]].married couple]]. Before its 2007 release, the game spent three years in public beta testing, inspiring a highly active [[GameMod modding]] community that continues to this day. Some modders went on to join the official developers.
26th Feb '18 9:36:57 PM fusilcontrafusil
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The game (and Taleworlds) started as an indie project by two people. Before its 2007 release, the game spent three years in public beta testing, inspiring a highly active [[GameMod modding]] community that continues to this day. Some modders went on to join the official developers.

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The game (and Taleworlds) started as an indie project by two people.people, [[CreatorCouple a husband-and-wife team]]. Before its 2007 release, the game spent three years in public beta testing, inspiring a highly active [[GameMod modding]] community that continues to this day. Some modders went on to join the official developers.
26th Feb '18 9:34:43 PM fusilcontrafusil
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An UpdatedRerelease called ''Warband'' came out in April 2010, featuring a significantly improved combat model, a revamped single-player campaign with more in-depth political system, new items and locations, and probably the most called-for feature, multiplayer.

Released in late 2009 in Eastern Europe and May 2011 in North America and the rest of Europe was ''With Fire and Sword'', effectively a mod for ''Warband'' developed by the Ukrainian group [=SiCh=] Studio and Russian Snowberry Connection (former Snowberry Connection). It adds early guns, a [[Literature/SienkiewiczTrilogy historical (fiction) setting]], improves town-management and gives more options than just "[[ScrappyMechanic put a single ladder with room for 1 guy up the wall]]" in sieges as well as a storyline to follow.

On April 19th, 2012, an updated version (multiplayer-only) of the popular mod ''Mount & Musket'' was released as official DLC for ''Warband'', titled ''Napoleonic Wars'', which takes place, of course, during UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars. Another official historical-themed DLC (this time with a solo campaign), ''Viking Conquest'', is announced to be released in December 2014; it is set in TheLowMiddleAges British Islands and has been developed by the creators of the famous mod ''[[http://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php/board,189.0.html Brytenwalda]]''.

The Warband engine has also been licensed out twice, resulting in the pirate-themed ''Blood & Gold: Caribbean'' and China-themed ''Gloria Sinica: Han Xiongnu Wars'', both released through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.

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An UpdatedRerelease called ''Warband'' ''Mount & Blade: Warband'' came out in April 2010, featuring a significantly improved combat model, a revamped single-player campaign with more in-depth political system, new items and locations, and probably the most called-for feature, multiplayer.

Released in late 2009 in Eastern Europe and May 2011 in North America and the rest of Europe was ''With ''Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword'', effectively a mod for ''Warband'' developed by the Ukrainian group [=SiCh=] Studio and Russian Snowberry Connection (former Snowberry Connection). It adds early guns, a [[Literature/SienkiewiczTrilogy historical (fiction) setting]], improves town-management and gives more options than just "[[ScrappyMechanic put a single ladder with room for 1 guy up the wall]]" in sieges as well as a storyline to follow.

On April 19th, 2012, an updated version (multiplayer-only) of the popular mod ''Mount & Musket'' was released as official DLC for ''Warband'', titled ''Napoleonic ''Mount & Blade: Napoleonic Wars'', which takes place, of course, during UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars. Another official historical-themed DLC (this time with a solo campaign), ''Viking ''Mount & Blade: Viking Conquest'', is announced to be released in December 2014; it is set in TheLowMiddleAges British Islands and has been developed by the creators of the famous mod ''[[http://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php/board,189.0.html Brytenwalda]]''.

The Warband ''Warband'' engine has also been licensed out twice, resulting in the pirate-themed ''Blood & Gold: Caribbean'' and China-themed ''Gloria Sinica: Han Xiongnu Wars'', both released through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}.
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