Docm once contacted The Deluge team for their moving banners iirc, and they never answered or something.
YoYoMAH said:You uh, like the fancy uniforms eh?
How about adding the 88th foot, and sappers with their aprons and axes? It would also be cool to have items like bandages, cannon spikes, or cav stakes that could be used in battle.
One more thing: if anyone remembers the old western mod for original m&b, there was a feature where wounded troops would cough blood and eventually bleed out. Any chance of this feature appearing? It would look great in a battle to have a couple guys staggering about bleeding as powder fills the air...
Like every proper soldier, sir. But really, I'm just trying to get the most well-known hussar regiment added to the game. I kid you not, I was actually dumbfounded when I first saw the Ungarische Husaren ingame lacking the ordinary red breeches and green dolman.YoYoMAH said:You uh, like the fancy uniforms eh?
Docm30 said:The hussar regiments were chosen primarily to be easily distinguishable from each other. Green and red was already taken by the French.
So that means we'll never see the Hessen-Homburg? My patriotism just died a bit. If that is really the case then they are best not called Ungarische Husar ingame - The Hannover Nr.2 were recruited from the central regions of Transylvania, ergo Szekler Husar would be the correct term. Red and green clothing is the traditional hungarian hussar color-scheme, at least it's the one that became popular and iconic in the minds of the hungarian people. You can ask any of us Peninsula-Dwellers what they think a hussar looks like and they will likely points you to the red tight-pants with green dolman.Docm30 said:The hussar regiments were chosen primarily to be easily distinguishable from each other. Green and red was already taken by the French.
Thanks for the peasant images, by the way. Interesting stuff that may prove useful at some (distant) point. It does sort of confirm my suspicions about the modern stuff being off and overly custumey.
I use the term shown in the mod so we do not have hiccups during communication on the forums, although I don't know why Docm uses "Dolman" instead of the proper pronunciation and punctuation - Which is Dolmány. The coat which some units wear hanging over their arms is called Mente, so the historically correct name would be Hungarian Hussar's Dolmány & Mente.Inanch-Bilge said:Dolman, sounds Turkish, and appearently Turkish(checked now).