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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2011, 05:22:57 PM »
awesome, thanks, i guess i've got all the companions except for Harper.

you might could try having the mod companions only appear in the towns of their nationality, i.e. Harper only in english towns, Roustam Raza in french towns, etc., and have native companions spawn in random taverns and not move around(the only potential problem i could see is all the companions spawning in one spot or in one tavern and the other companions never showing up because they tried to spawn there too). 

alternatively, you could try and see if you can create or borrow a script that allows the player to receive hints as to where the companions are, perhaps from a traveler.  maybe have the traveler give historical and/or geographical hints as to a random companion's location, and the player could then use their vast knowledge of history and geography(or simply google it) to find the npc.
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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #16 on: January 06, 2011, 08:00:36 PM »
What would you guys prefer?
The possibility to recruit all companions from the camp menu (of course nobody is forced to do so and you can choose to just recruit them in taverns).
Have travellers tell you where they are, even if you haven't had them in your party before.
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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2011, 08:21:37 PM »
now that i think about it, travelers telling you where they are is probably gonna be easiest to code, thus less prone to bugs, so i vote: travelers.
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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #18 on: January 13, 2011, 04:19:30 PM »
1805 Jack Ramsey left Scotland to earn fame and glory.  After pulling together a motley band of Rogues and defeating a few stragglers and a weak caravan or two, Jack Ramsey aligned himself with the Prussians.  We immeadiatly went to war with Denmark.  We raided and pilliaged and fought many battles.  I fancied myself a Prussian Hussar and accoutred myself accordingly.  My sweetheart, Klethi, the wanton wench,  joined me in my exploits.  I disguised her as a Prussian Hussar as well.   I found several other companions who wished to join my mercenary band, and make the Danes pay dearly.  We found the Danish dragoons deadly and not to be trifled with, but Klethi innvariably goaded us into battle.  She is a fearless wench, and greedy ta boot, but voracious in bed. Lezalit took the arms of a Austrian Kurassier and bunduk a Prussian Kurassier.  Together with our 10 Hessan Hussars and a few Prussian infantry we took part in many field battles and several sieges.  At this point I was drawing majors pay and longed for the shores of Scotland.  I said my farewells to Frederick and the Prussians and headed off to London to seek audience with King George III.  I soon found myself with a battalion of Rilfe men accompanied by a personal guard of Hussars and Kurassiers.  We have become the terror of the french coast.  I have personaly shot Napoleon 3 times.  The bugger just won't die.  Perhaps the are all just munchkins doubles.  We have taken Caen and Dreux and continue to beat back the french.  I loathe French Curassiers and love my chosen men.  When we fight on an open field I love to find the sweet spot where a baker rifle can rip the French to shreads, but the voltiguers don't have the range.  Then I wait with my hand picked company of Hussars and when the French  charge.  I cut their broken ranks down in the field.  Ah it is glorious!  One day Paris will be mine.

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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #19 on: January 25, 2011, 02:21:55 AM »
when i was playing this mod i got about 20 militia men and went to raid a caravan.....i got raped but it was still fun!
this mod is awesome.

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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #20 on: February 19, 2011, 02:05:14 AM »
I started a game in the Balkans. Figuring that I should support one of the regional powers due to my starting position, I decided that the Serbs would make a good nation to support. I figured it would be interesting to pit an army of Serbs against the Ottoman Empire. I bought a large gang of Irish infantry for an EXTREMELY cheap price (about 500 denars or so). That was rather funny actually, as I discovered that 21 Irishmen, despite being so cheap, are extremely useful to have around.

I joined the Serbs and began building my merit so as to make a huge army to attack the Ottomans with. A couple battles with bandits left me wondering as to the quality of my Serbian rebels, as almost all the killing was done by my cheap Irish mercenaries. However, I figured that they would get better once they reached "Revolutionary" level. I then spotted a large Serbian army attacking an Ottoman caravan. Seeing it as a chance to get easy loot, I joined the attack, expecting an easy win.

I was completely wrong. As the battle started, my entire allied army went into a giant clump of a formation and charged straight at the Ottomans. They crashed right into the Mercenary Cavalry, followed by the Ottoman infantry arriving. I was completely flabbergasted as the 80 or so Serbian infantry were butchered at about a 2-1 ratio by the Ottomans, despite the Ottomans being composed entirely of Merc. cavalry (I could purchase about 20 of those for 1000 denars), Ottoman recruits (lowest tier, composing about 3/4ths of the Ottoman infantry) and middle tier Ottoman infantry (composing the rest). The ratio probably would have been worse, but I had (wisely) held my troops back, and the giant clump of a melee battle was great pickings for my Irish infantry. Even then, I lost several troops once the Ottomans finished the melee fighting and began counter firing.

So I decided fighting an Ottoman force, even a small one, would be completely unfeasible without overwhelming numbers of Serbians (or lots of mercenaries and foreign fighters). Instead, I spent some time in Italy, supporting different sides in the battles (I love the ability to choose the side you fight on without screwing up diplomacy). After a while, I decided to try raiding the Ottomans again. I was kind of wondering how the Ottomans had not wiped out the Serbs yet, but then realized that one Serbian fort had been besieged at one point, but the auto-resolve disproportionately favours the Serbs (due to their numbers, and because their strength seems to be exaggerated). I arrived in Anatolia to see loads of "Janissary" forces raiding caravans. Fun! I supported one of these armies against an Ottoman caravan (of similar size to the one I had fought earlier).

Unfortunately, I was unable to let the AI control them alone. But I placed my troops in a big line, held fire, and then let off a volley, followed by a "charge" (I didn't tell them to hold fire though, so it was more like a very slow advance). Casualties this time? The entire caravan was wiped out, and I lost about 5 troops total (3 of them Janissaries).

Yup. The Serbian army (even with about 30 or 40 more troops in a stack) is inferior to bloody BANDITS. Now this is driving me nuts; I can definitely beat Ottoman armies, but it seems silly for me to recruit troops as though I were a multi-national mercenary, and I don't think my leadership will ever get high enough for me to simply overwhelm an Ottoman city. I understand that the Serbians are supposed to be relatively weak, I thought that would be compensated in some way. Yes, the Ottomans spend lots of time just killing the massive stacks of Janissaries, and yes, the Serbians get extremely large garrisons, but it still doesn't quite work. The top tier troops of the Serbians are, so far as I can tell, marginally better than Ottoman recruits. Had I gone with the Ottomans, I probably could have wiped out Serbia with 50 top tier Ottoman infantry and a good tactics skill. Furthermore, Serbia's numbers only seem to matter defensively. Serbia has about 5 regiments total, and they are about average size. Serbia ought to be beefed up in some way.

Beyond that, the diplomacy system is pretty cool.

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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #21 on: February 22, 2011, 09:47:19 AM »
I myself joined up with the Serbs, but instead of Irish mercs I use Merc horsemen and then uprade them to Polish Lancers when possable. My lancers DOMINATE THE FIELD! but when it comes to siege? Forget about it... my lancers are sitting ducks and considering the fact that they're only armed with lances they're pretty pethetic on foot.

Tbh I think the polish lancers need some sort of secondary sword. If I remember right it was common for Polish lancers to use the lance in the initial charge and then once their lance is embedded deep into someone or a horse they imediately switched to their sabers.

And I agree about the serbs being pretty pethetic infantry. Even with the use of Gurilla tactics (skirmishing in loose formation with the "Rebels" flanking in melee) they tend to get grinded into something that somewhat resembles a thick stew. Even with their "Austrian muskets". Also even if the rebels were all armed with just pikes or spears the Sipahi's just waltz through them like they were the dirt neath their horses' hoof! If it werent for my Lancer/Merc cav the serbs would've lost EVERY SINGLE MAJOR ENGAGEMENT! Still.. Love the thought of fighting against impossible odds and still kicking ass and taking names. And lookin good while doing it too :D

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« Reply #22 on: May 17, 2011, 03:40:06 AM »
I quickly joined the French Army as a Cuirassier commander leading my own 20 good men into battle with me.  This is the story of the Battle of Brighton. 

I was strolling the English country side stalking the caravans as they slowly roll by looking for one of my enemies'.  I pan the campaign camera and I saw an engagement between the French and English.  As I move closer, I notice that four lords from the English (About 547 men in all) are demolishing the French general (About 167 including myself in the battle).  I marked the day (Augist 10, 1805) that this will be one of the greatest comeback battles that the French will take place in and this is what happened. 

The battle starts with my side with about 10 Cuirassiers and about another 30 French linemen.  My troops follow me with wedge formation (which is not the best for heavy cavalry if you ask me), and we plan the flanking procedure as my ally charges guns blazing.  On the mini-map in the command window, I notice another large red wedge of English light and heavy dragoons charging from their right-full side of the map.  While the lines are blasting each other with muskets, and the heavy cavalry of the French are chasing the quicker dragoons of the English, I notice that we are not doing as well as we could.  I change the plan and charge head first into the infantry and skirmisher lines of the English killing about 30-40 so men including the ones killed by my faithful companions.  The dragoons decide it is smart to ram into the French line and get stuck.  The bayoneted troops quickly dispose of them and their horses and continue mindlessly shooting at the English line.  The grenadier's line (with a few linemen) charge at the cuirassiers and I full force.  Reinforcements arrived on part of the allies and two more horsemen joined along with another fresh batch of bullet shields for the English.  The grenadiers were a tough fight, killing about three of us and a few more horses while their troops were dispersed. 

I thought we might win the battle, considering that we lost twenty men and the English lost about ninety.  Then it hit me, I turned to see which English troops just arrived and a green uniform stood out from the rest of the red coats.  He aimed his rifle and smoke shot out of the end.  A spur of blood emitted from my head and I was off my horse unconscious.  The cavalry charged blindly into the mass and flattened the mass of troops, which quickly got back up with bayonets and stabbed my fellow soldiers.  The linemen on the French side were sniped down by the English riflemen. 

I decided that I would not go back to battle and let the ones still standing in my army to go with the other French men.  The battle was over with 143 death for the French and 24 wounded, but 499 English deaths and 13 wounded.  My good ally was captured and I had the chance to route from the battle with all of my soldiers wounded and I not able to fight. 

Later that month, (August 25, 1805) I stormed the fort of the English with an even larger army (155 troops with a mix of infantry and cavalry) than before.  The owner of the fort was off preparing for a campaign and it was a perfect time to attack. 

To Be Continued... 

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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #23 on: July 04, 2011, 09:24:48 AM »
My name is Baer Kovacs, I am a swedish citizen, however, I have always felt that the swedish monarchy was weak. I joined the Austrians as a Kuirassier along with 40 other infantry and 1 Calvary companion, Matthews from the Royal Navy. The Austrians, in my opinion were a strong bunch. Their Jaegers are my favorite. So Matthews was in 1st company with 10 Jaegers while I got the Prussian Scheutzan(something like that) I was in the Austrian Army As a Lieutenant earning 500 a week. it was enough for me to get 5 Recruits per week. Soon after I joined, We(austrian Army) Invaded Italy. Destroying the Italians. We managed to eliminate the Italians from Italy. However, their(Italians) recent siege in Palermo was a success. we were determined to head into the Italian Mainland. We took Rome, destroying the papal states. and finally, The Siege Of Palermo. The Italians Final Stand
They Left their villages and entered the safety of Palermo. We were determined to destroy them! The siege of Palermo was a success. Destroying the Italians and completing one step to Conquering all of Europe, we went on to destroy the ottoman empire. minor factions. Britain was next on our list, after destroying the prussians, the swedes and the danes. Britain was tough. my strong 100 man Army took alot of deaths and wounded.
Emperor Francis took a beating, too. after besieging Liverpool, he went back to the Austrian lands with only 30 troops left. he was ambushed along the way by Napoleon himself. down he went. he was taken prisoner.
He never, NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER. escaped so that was the end of our beloved leader. Morale in the ranks went down. the campaign in Britain was a failure. they pushed us out of their island. Demoralized, we left to the Austrian lands. However, we were determined to rescue Emperor Francis but, it would not take but another 60 days before he was rescued from captivity. I rose up the ranks, to major. After a  Month  or so,Spain and Portugal was conquered by France. So was Britain, then Ireland went down. By then, it was just Austrian Empire and French Empire. both, already exhausted fought on. However, the odds were the Austrians Favor now. Austrian was winning, We took cities, castles. From Dijon to Dublin. France was half
ours. On our way to destroying France, we learned that Britain was not conquered fully. There was still one English castle


The Rescue of Emperor Francis was going to be hard. we were to face 5 French Officers.  After Fighting, We had to take Paris and kill Napoleon. Napoleon was resting in a village Called Waterloo.



This is the Battle of Waterloo(MY VERSION)




Dawn, December 15th 1805  A Group of 6 Austrian Officers Left Wien. The March to Waterloo has begun.
that was something no training could prepare you,no battle could either. Fighting Napoleon would be tough.
Finally December 23th Afternoon. We could see the french flags flying over waterloo. this, would be the beginning of the end. We attacked napoleon on surprise.   We outnumbered Napoleon. 300 to 200. I had my Calvary Flank the French Grenadiers Line While my Allies Austrian Jaegers  Distract them. Then my Troops joined the line. the entire line was firing too much that you could hardly see anything. after a few Calvary charges. I ordered my Men to charge. Too my surprise a French Calvary could be seen in the distance. Everyone panicked but it was too late. The charge just had to go on, so I ordered the Calvary to go deal with them, or at least slow them down. The charge went perfectly fine, and soon enough the french troops grew lesser in numbers, and eventually they died. This is it. Napoleon was defeated. Suddenly, I heard a voice. "CALVARY!!! WATCH OUT! THEY GOT INFANTRY WITH THEM" I turned, and to my amazement. A full line of French Troops with Calvary. we could not deal with them. Our forces were already in array and there was no time to get into position. I thought to myself, this is it, the end of my life. as they fired, they picked off my men, one by one. there was no way we could win. As I turned to retreat, the best thing happened in my life.
I yelled to my troops, "BRITISH REINFORCEMENTS!!!!" The British Dragoon Took down their Calvary and their infantry took our their grenadiers. that was it. We won. Napoleon was defeated. After the victory, I decided to retire and go back to exile as a Tavern Keeper In Sweden, My homeland.
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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #24 on: November 30, 2011, 03:07:24 PM »
So there I was with Emperor Moron of the two-headed Eagle: as Major Trinkmann of the Austrian army, following my brainless liege in a campaign through eastern France that involved just me and His army. Each time he saw a caravan, the moron ceased the siege of this or that place and began pursuiting it with his infinitely slower army. After repeating this countless times without a single time catching a caravan, he at last managed to stay long enough near Bourbon to storm it. As the loyal officer I am, I immediately joined him with my company of Grenadiers.

Things didn't go well from the start: the French gunned my elites down from their cover in the large house, and I knew I could do only one thing: a bajonet charge. With a "For the Emperor!", I and my Bohemian veterans charged, and cut down resistance on the ground level. We eliminated the Sansculottes on the stairs, but then we had to get up-stairs. Oh God.

My brave but stupid Grenadies COULDN'T GET OVER THE STAIRS! They were pinned like eggs on the too-high stairs and were shot to pieces by a horde Sansculottes upstairs. I let them shoot back, but it didn't really help. Desperately, I charge over the stairs myself, sabre in hand. And then, one of the Antichrist's minions, a Fusilier, takes aim at me from a metre distance, and shoots me richt though my (imaginary) brains.

Without me, the Bohemian Grenadiers retreat, and are shot to pieces in the meantime. The siege fails, I'm forced to retreat, and His Moronic Majesty Franz Joseph is mad at me.
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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #25 on: May 01, 2012, 11:38:16 AM »
This wall of text is inspired by my in-game experience in the battle of Berestye.
(It also inspired me to draw my current avatar.)

(click to show/hide)

(The char's safegame got corrupted that day, the day Bavaria lost its outermost outpost to Austria, and its bravest officer.)
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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #26 on: May 28, 2012, 05:07:29 PM »
First, a couple of observations:
-Small factions who own only a city + some villages, or a city, one or two castles, with villages, tends to fill their garrisons much more than other factions. Am I right to presume that Officers 'resting' in a castle/city increase its garrison? :idea:

-If you're about to play for Bavaria, prepare yourself for a dirty, long and hard campaign in which the other Officer's armies will be continuously and repeatedly defeated and scattered. In all of my Bavaria campaigns, I was the only one who took all of the conquered territories!
Although formally independent Bavaria has become a bit of a puppet state from France, without whose support it would not be able to withstand it's long conflict with Austria. Chances are that the main fighting between France and Austria will take place on Bavarian soil.
And yeah, France doesn't seem to care anything about Bravoure, Bavière at all! :cry:

-The Prussian 1780 Horse Pistol is a bloody awesome weapon. With 300 in 'Firearms' proficiency, you dominate the Siege Defense with it! :o

-The initial Siege Assault scene for unwalled cities tend to place the attacking troops right before the defender's gun's barrels. I am currently experimenting with a slightly altered scene, in which the attacker starts a bit further off the barricade.
Also, to my disappointment, the scene involves less 'street-fighting' and more 'forlorn hope'-style assaults. :|

-When your troops get stuck on the staircase in a Siege assault, pull out a pistol (the 1780 Horse Pistol is perfect for this), and start picking off the suckers above you with it. The player's involvement in the ensuring stalemate often proves crucial. :!:

-The Austrians share something with the Papal troops, some Serbs, and the Bavarians: The best damn musket in the world! 8-)

-The cities with walls are impregnable. Why? Because it takes so long to beach its walls, and for AI armies it takes forever. It is guaranteed that within that time at least fifty caravans pass the area, and the Marshall of the besiegers tend to run after all of them. :x

-[EDIT] In some (particulary hilly) battle maps with trees, the AI mesh seems to be... wrong. In other words, there are areas, on the most inconvenient places, where AI troops (soldiers, companions, etc.) can't go, and this totally ****s up one's battle-line. Instead of forming a nice line there, the soldiers who are supposed to be on the places where no mesh is laid will stroll/run around aimlessly, and your formation will be in total chaos. When the enemy is upon you, you'll curse the terrain as your precious regulars are being cut down by their troops. :evil:

-[EDIT2] It seems that, as Bavarian, I can't recruit our faction's troops at the Recruitment Officer / Major in any town, while there are Nassauers, Danes and even Papal recruits available for recruitment! :(

Second, story time!

It was already 1806, and the latest diplomatic events appeared on Napoleon's desk. The great small man was content, for it was good news: Both Austria and Russia had stepped out of the Coalition, and only small Nassau had entered in their place. What harm could Nassau do to his mighty Empire? He went off to his bedroom and snatched a bottle Schnaps from under his canopy: "On ze Kaiser!"

In Heidelberg, former Wuerttembergian territory and now prospering under the Bavarian crown, people were less happy. Since the Wuerttmebergian state had collapsed and the Bavarians had come in its place, the sexy helmets of the former's soldiers had vanished, and now warriors with silly shakos patrolled through their streets. As a further nuisance, a huge army of green-coated Nassauers had crossed the borders and were laying siege to Heidelberg. It appeared that the Count of Nassau had put the 2 year-long peace to good use and created a thoroughly trained and impressive force, large enough to garrison the whole former Electorate of Wuerttmeberg.

In Bavaria's eastern borders, where Budweiss was snatched from Austria before the peace with the Habsburgs, Brigadier General Joseph Pösau received word of the sudden Nassauan invasion, and amassed a mighty force of Bavaria's finest infantry. He arrived at Heidelberg in time to help in its defence, and faced the three times stronger enemy with his veterans.

In this battle, my soldiers put the small advantage their Austrian muskets gave them to full use. In this battle, my companions, clad in officer coats and armed with 1790 Pallasch's and 1780 Horse Pistols, held the main entrance. In this battle, I broke the back of Nassau's mightiest campaign, and send their depleted armies fleeing in every direction, ready to be picked off one by one.

The only reason Nassau still exists, is because of their ridiculously big garrison in Weilburg.
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« Reply #27 on: July 23, 2012, 04:42:20 PM »
for the first tie ever playing here, thought I tried the training camp to get used to the weapons....

in just a few words. *&^#$% you

not you personally you know, just that you (your hero) sucks with all weapons and 66% of the time you get equiped with weapons that don't allow you to block some of the heavier weapons early on

remove the training grounds there, seriously, it's no use at all

actually it's a level or so. However, I passed veteran and champion level easily, while I had troubles at novice.... hello?
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Re: [Europe 1805] Tell us about your game
« Reply #28 on: July 23, 2012, 04:51:31 PM »
in just a few words. *&^#$% you
You aren't forced to use the training camp. I find it rather fun if I'm in for a challenge.

and 6% of the time you get equipped with weapons that don't allow you to block some of the heavier weapons
You are talking about the "Dagger+Rapier" combination, aren't you? To block with that, the trick is to hold down the two mouse buttons at the same time (I forgot with which button you have to press first), and then you get a 'shield'. Or you just drop the Dagger (the same way as you drop a shield in native, roll down the mouse wheel), and fight with the Rapier only.

The Rapier isn't my favorite weapon for nothing, you know. It's a beautiful weapon, and fighting with it makes for an entirely new, and in many ways fun, style of fighting. And it's really challenging to face a Hussar only with a Rapier, and really satisfying if you survive that! :D
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« Reply #29 on: July 23, 2012, 04:58:47 PM »
modified my post slightly, my F you wasn't directed at anyone personal just at the training camp. I won those battles by a strategically planned all out attack, it's just that i lost a lot the first few times around. Recruited some men, let's find some bandits (weak ones, I hope)