Post by [GG]SirDabrowski on Jun 10, 2006 15:58:49 GMT -5
Hello, Sirs! I wish entry in to the Grenadier Guards. I'd like to play NTW online now ( Thankfully the dialup is disapearing! ), and finally stop playing the atrociously stupid AI.
While I have never played an online game of NTW, I am an old player of Shogun: Total War, and I am willing to learn. I ask any of the members here to add me to their MSN contact list so that I might practice or learn some new things. Scottish76thOfFoot@Hotmail.com
My favorite faction is the Polish. Simply because it is hard to survive with the large Russian Armies upon your Eastern borders, and the professional Austrian and Prussian Armies on your southern and western flanks. Also, the units, in my opinion, are humbly suited to my tastes.
My favorite units are the Polish Lancers. Fast, deadly, and make very good scouting cavalry. While as the Polish Grenadiers are brave, not as effective as French or British Grenadiers on the most part, hold together strong when used in cojunction with either Cannister, light cannon, or with the Polish lancers. Or all three combined.
Thank you for your time.
^ LOOK AT THAT HISTORY.
I was always destined for great and mighty things.
Post by [GG]Count Flip on Aug 31, 2006 17:05:55 GMT -5
Id live to apply to be in this clan.... this is the first time playing NTW in a clan because i didnt have MTW.... i may be a noob but i can learn fast... i have school now.. and i live in the U.S. on the west side which is the pacific standard time and im usually home by 3 p.m. im free on weekends mostly but some fridays ill be gone going to dances or just going to parties....
id be greatful if i get accepted... even though im a noob
hey my names Blind, would just like to post my interest in becoming a member of this fine clan. Been playing NTW2 religiosly during the last few days and would like to take part in organised clan matches, so i suppose joining a clan is a good place to start
A bit more about me, i'm 18 from swansea wales and i'm shortly about to start university. I usually try and get a game 3 or 4 nights a week depending on whether on i'm going out or other commitments.
i cant say that i'm yet loose a game but i can certainly hold my ownon the field and am very active in trying to communcate with a team mate. I would say i have a pretty good grasp of the strategy and tactics invloved in this style of warfare. My playing style is quite agressive and i'm a rather large fan of the bayonet, although saying that i know everything has its time and place and can be very patient when appropriate. I played the original ntw single player to death although my crap internet hampered my ambition to play online. Didn't bother with ATW and left ntw to play some different stuff then all of a sudden NTW2 was out .
umm i suppose that will do for now, i'm often kicking around the lobby so hopefully i can get a game with some of you in the near future if u want to add me to msn or whatever it should all be in my profile
Post by [GG]SirDabrowski on Sept 8, 2006 14:08:55 GMT -5
Good to see all these new faces around the GG boards. Finally, it's just not me and Von D posting between each other! Of course, I'm just joking around.
With NTW2 out, I'm glad to see so many new ( and old ) faces coming out, including yours, Blind. If you want to enlist in the Guards, I'd like to give you some advice. First of all, add these people to your MSN list:
firstname.lastname@example.org <- That's our humble boss. email@example.com <- That's our humble people person. firstname.lastname@example.org <- That's Salis. He's British, too. You'll like the Hell out of him. email@example.com <- That's me. I'm not all that important.
After you add me, I'd be more than happy to try and send you my entire MSN Messenger Contact list. Or, if I can't figure out how, Ashram can post instructions on how to do it in the forums or via MSN conversation with you.
But most importantly, get a few games in with us. Chat with us and let us get to know you. We don't judge by how great you are in the field ( Okay, maybe a little! ), but how great of a person you are. That's what matters to the Grenadier Guards.