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  1. Sella22

    DlC stacking

    I did it for science
  2. Sella22

    DlC stacking

    I'm pretty sure that you cant buy twice any DLC for any game at Steam so no.
  3. Sella22

    Clan Flag DLC

    I don't think that it will take more than 10 minutes for a mod or someone else to check if an image doesn't look offensive. I think it's a great idea
  4. Flags of German states/ports.
  5. Sella22

    Patch 28: Flags

    Storms battles existed when the game wasnt even on steam. I don't think its possible to be done now that we have the OW because the calculation for waves has to be changed for the whole server. Or something along those lines is what admin has stated in the past. But @admin I will provide you with a suggestion about storm battles. What if battles that start in a part of the OW where its raining, spawn storm instances. Is that possible?
  6. Oops! *starts singing La Marseillaise*
  7. The Unites States of the Ioanian Islands maybe?
  8. Then Portuguese flags for Great Britain maybe. It would make Heth very happy
  9. Very nice! I could do the translation in Greek if you guys want.
  10. WiP Well i took the initiative to make LeBoiteux's idea into reality.A thread which contains all the venetian/italian ship in the forums. Unnamed Venetian 22-gun corvette XVIII-th century Books: Title:Duri i banchi! Le navi della Serenissima 421-1797 Author:Guido Ercole Link: http://www.amazon.it/Duri-banchi-della-Serenissima-421-1797/dp/8890251107 Title:Vascelli e fregate della Serenissima. Navi di linea della Marina veneziana 1652-1797 Author:Guido Ercole Link:http://www.amazon.it/Vascelli-fregate-Serenissima-veneziana-1652-1797/dp/8890565144/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=10SB0B1PBW7848V5AFN2 Title:Navi veneziane-Venetian ships Author:Gilberto Penzo Link:http://www.amazon.fr/Navi-veneziane-Venetian-ships-Gilberto-Penzo/dp/888190103X/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1445631636&sr=8-2&keywords=navi+veneziane Title:Vele italiane della costa occidentale Author:Edoardo Guerrieri and Sergio Bellabarba Link:http://www.amazon.com/Vele-italiane-della-costa-occidentale/dp/8820348330/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1447246313&sr=1-1&keywords=Vele+italiane+della+costa+occidentale&pebp=1447246318873&perid=01XM9109D3YKGFF909JD About the book:http://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/topic/6156-vele-italiane-della-costa-occidentale/ Title:VENEZIA '800: BUFERA IN ARSENALE La Marina veneziana nel ventennio napoleonico (1796-1815) Author:Guido Ercole Link:http://milistoria.it/Apps/WebObjects/Milistoria.woa/wa/XDirectAction/viewProduct?id=95690〈=ita Title:Navi veneziane-Venetian ships Author:Gilberto Penzo Link:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Navi-veneziane-Venetian-ships-Gilberto-Penzo/dp/888190103X/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1467971663&sr=8-3&keywords=venetian+ships More sources: More detailed plans:http://www.internetculturale.it/opencms/opencms/it/ricercaMag.jsp?searchType=avanzato&q=&opCha__creator=AND&channel__creator=&opCha__title=AND&channel__title=&opCha__contributor=AND&channel__contributor=&opCha__issuedYear=AND&channel__issuedYear_from=&channel__issuedYear_until=&opCha__publisher=AND&channel__publisher=&opCha__subject=AND&channel__subject=&opCha__language=AND+OR&opCha__typeTipo=AND+OR&opCha__typeLivello=AND&channel__typeLivello=&opCha__typeDigitale=AND+OR&opCha__location=AND&channel__location=&opCha__collectionText=AND&channel__collectionText=Disegni+navali&opCha__agency=AND+OR&opCha__descSourceLevel2=AND+OR&imageField2.x=11&imageField2.y=6 http://www.internetculturale.it/opencms/opencms/it/collezioni/collezione_0083.html http://3decks.pbworks.com/w/page/916144/Venetian%20Large%20Frigates http://nuke.gmtmodellismo.it/ILIBRI/NAVISTORIAEMODELLISMO/VASCELLIEFREGATEDELLASERENISSIMA/tabid/369/Default.aspx http://www.veneziamuseo.it/ARSENAL/schede_arsenal/fregate.htm http://www.modellismo.net/forum/recensione-libri-e-articoli/105840-vascelli-e-fregate-della-serenissima.html http://www.veniceboats.com/das-erbe-der-serenissima.htm http://www.modellismo.net/forum/recensione-libri-e-articoli/105863-duri-i-banchi-le-navi-della-serenissima-421-1797-a.html http://koti.mbnet.fi/felipe/html/ships_1667-1797.html Credit goes to all of the people that found the info/plans/drawings and posted them in the respective threads.I only put them together in a single thread. Feel free to contribute!
  11. There were four series of the same class. Possibly there was a stern rework in one of the later series? I can't really tell you since i don't own the books. You will have to ask @Fluffy Fishy about that. I honestly don't know. My knowledge is very limited on these kinds of matters i won't deny it. I just work with what i have and can understand I only tried to help in the French thread The First Series:Leon Trionfante, 70 guns (1716)San Giacomo, 70 guns (1761)Buon Consiglio, 70 guns (1761)Fedelta, 70 guns (1770)Forza, 70 guns (1774)The Second Series:Corriera Veneta, 70 guns (1770)Diligenza, 70 guns (1774)Fenice 2, 70 guns (1779)Galatea, 70 guns (1779)Third Series:Vittoria 2, 70 guns (1785)La Guerriera, 70 guns (1785)Medea, 66 guns (1793)Unnamed, 66 guns (1800) was transformed into a floating gunned pontoon by the AustriansFourth Series:L'Eolo 1785San Giorgio 1785Unnamed, 66 guns (1800) was transformed into a gunned pontoon by the Austrians
  12. Sella22

    La taverne du corsaire

    Pardon the intrusion but i just had to reply According to threedecks the Eolo and Medea were part of the Leon Trionfante class with 70 guns. Full thread here: https://forum.game-labs.net/topic/17210-leon-trionfante-venetian-3rd-rate-1716-with-plans/?tab=comments#comment-330466 I am not sure if the ship that is pictured is Venetian. The stern i particular doesn't look like any of the sterns on Venetian designs that i have encountered so far. The only Venetian 64s captured by the French that i am aware of were of the Fama class. The Fama/Renommee and the Gloria Veneta/Banel stayed as 64 gunners(according to threedecks) and the Beyrand and Stengel as 74s. Altough i am certainly not a specialist so it's my humble opinion.
  13. Le Muiron Venetian/French frigate 44 guns 1797 Her history: Muiron was a frigate of the French Navy, famous for ferrying Bonaparte on the 22 August 1799 under the flagship of Admiral Ganteaume from Egypt to France after the Battle of the Nile. The Muiron was one of two 18-pounder armed frigates that were building on the stocks in Venice in November 1796, when Bonaparte took Venice during the Campaign of Italy. The two frigates were launched in August 1797 under the names Carrère and Muiron, and completed during November by the orders of Pierre-Alexandre Forfait. Muiron was named to honour Colonel Jean-Baptiste Muiron, an aide-de-camp of Bonaparte who had covered Bonaparte with his body during the Battle of the Bridge of Arcole. The Muiron was armed with 28 × 18-pounder guns on the upper deck, and 12 × 6-pounder guns on the quarterdeck and forecastle, and manned with a complement of 340. She was incorporated in the fleet that invaded Egypt, and after the Battle of the Nile, Bonaparte departed for France aboard. She later took part in the Battle of Algeciras Bay. In 1807, Napoleon ordered that the Muiron be preserved as a monument; to this effect, he wrote a letter to the Ministry of the Navy, stating "I wish that the Muiron on which I came back from Egypt be kept as a monument and placed in such a way that it be preserved, if possibly, several hundreds years". She was repaired and docked in Toulon, which a golden inscription on her hull stating: "The Muiron, taken in 1797 in Venice arsenal by the conqueror of Italy. She brought back the saviour of France from Egypt in 1799". Napoléon also had a finely crafted scale model made for his study in Malmaison in 1803. This model is now on display at the Musée national de la Marine in Paris. At the Bourbon Restoration, Muiron was decommissioned, and she was eventually destroyed in 1850, in circumstances that remain unclear. Conflicting theories have it that she was either sold for material and broken up, or destroyed by fire after being struck by lightning. The British captured her sister ship in August 1801 and added her to the British Navy as HMS Carrere. Dimensions: (in venetian piedi 1 Venetian piede = 0,3 meter = 12 inches): 135'6" x 35'6" x 19' Length of Gundeck: 150' 10" Imperial Feet or 45.72 meters Length of Keel: 122' 3 ½" Imperial Feet or 37.1983 meters Depth of Hold: 12' 9" Imperial Feet or 3.6576 meters Breadth: 39' 5 ½" Imperial Feet or 11.8999 meters Burthen: 1,012 74⁄94 Tons BM Armament: 28 x 18 pounder 16 x 6 pounder Plans(from Vascelli e fregate della Serenissima. Navi di linea della Marina veneziana 1652-1797 http://www.amazon.it/Vascelli-fregate-Serenissima-veneziana-1652-1797/dp/8890565144/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=10SB0B1PBW7848V5AFN2): Muiron's sistership: Carrere 38/44 guns 1797 History: Carrère was a French frigate that served briefly in the French navy before the British captured her in 1801, naming her HMS Carrere. She seems never to have seen any meaningful active duty after her capture as she was laid up in 1802 and finally sold in 1814. Carrère was one of two 38-gun frigates that were building on the stocks in Venice in May 1797, when Napoleon took the city during the Campaign of Italy. Pierre-Alexandre Forfait ordered the two frigates completed, which they were in August 1797 under the names Carrère and Muiron. The French named Carrère after an esteemed artillery colonel who had fallen at Unzmarkt fighting the Austrians. Carrère and Muiron both served during the French invasion of Egypt in 1798. They then accompanied Napoleon on his return to France after the failure of that campaign. The captain of the Carrère was Commodore Pierre Dumanoir le Pelley, and with him travelled generals Lannes, Murat, and Marmont. The British Pomone of 48 guns, in company with Phoenix and Pearl, captured Carrère near Elba on 3 August 1801 after a short fight. She was escorting a small convoy from Porto Ercole to Porto Longone during the Siege of Porto Ferrajo. Pomone lost two men killed and four wounded, of whom two died later. The French casualty list was not initially available. The Royal Navy took her in as HMS Carrere, but rated at 36 guns. Frederick Lewis Maitland was her first captain. He sailed her to Portsmouth, where she arrived on 24 September 1802. Carrère's active duty career in the Royal Navy was short. She was paid off on 4 October 1802 and then laid up in ordinary. She was sold on 1 September 1814. The purchasers had to post a bond of £3000 that they would not sell or otherwise dispose of her but would break her up within 12 months from the day of sale. Dimensions: Same as above Armament: (French Service): Upper Gun Deck: 28 × 18-pounder guns Quarterdeck: 12 brass x 8-pounder guns + 2 x 36-pounder obusiers Forecastle: 2 x 36-pounder obusiers (British service): Upper Gun Deck: 28 x British 18-Pounder Quarterdeck: 10 x British 32-Pound Carronade Quarterdeck: 2 x British 9-Pounder Forecastle: 2 x British 32-Pound Carronade Forecastle: 2 x British 9-Pounder Crew: French service: 356 British service: 340 (352) Sources: Vascelli e fregate della Serenissima. Navi di linea della Marina veneziana 1652-1797 http://www.amazon.it/Vascelli-fregate-Serenissima-veneziana-1652-1797/dp/8890565144/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=10SB0B1PBW7848V5AFN2 http://mnm.webmuseo.com/ws/musee-national-marine/app/collection/record/9030 http://www.delcampe.net/page/item/id,135327174,var,militaria%3Dlivre-de-construction-du-3macirc%3Bts-la-freacute%3Bgate-le-muiron-avec-ces-plans-dorigines-1933,language,E.html http://forummarine.forumactif.com/t3001-la-fregate-la-muiron-1797-1850 https://troisponts.wordpress.com/2011/09/26/la-fregate-la-muiron/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Carrere_(1801) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_frigate_Muiron Thank you LeBoiteux and Fluffy Fishy!
  14. JOSEPH-ANGE ANTOINE ROUX (FRENCH, 1765-1835), Study of the 44-gun frigate ~Muiron~
  15. Definetely interested and hoping for a Greek ship Fingers crossed
  16. Who would have thought that you have to sail in an age of sail game! The fee is there to make you "fear" of losing your precious doubloons. Some cheapskates wont even spend those 10 doubloons even when you can earn 1500 from an AI LGV. Long story short, it generates more traffic=more people out on the sea= more fights= fun.
  17. Le Bertin/Belleisle French Indiaman/British 3rd Rate 28(?)/64 guns 1760 (Probably the plan of the original): (Probably after the British refit): (i wonder from which book is the picture above ) http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/81234.html http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/81235.html Specifications: Length of Gundeck: 157' 10" French Feet (Pied du Roi) or 51.2643 meters Length of Keel: 139' 10" French Feet (Pied du Roi) or 45.4179 meters Breadth: 40' 6" French Feet (Pied du Roi) or 13.1544 meters Depth in Hold:17' 9" French Feet (Pied du Roi) or 5.7652 meters Armament: French service: Upper Gun Deck: 28 x French 12-Pounder British service(1761): Lower Gun Deck: 26 x British 24-Pounder Upper Gun Deck: 28 x British 18-Pounder Quarterdeck: 8 x British 9-Pounder Forecastle: 2 x British 6-Pounder (1782): Lower Gun Deck: 24 x British 68-Pound Carronade Upper Gun Deck: 26 x British 42-Pounder Carronade Quarterdeck/Forecastle: 8 x British 24-Pound Carronade Crew: French service: 199, 10 officers, 189 crew, "when armed en-flute" British service(1761): 500 (1782): 420 blaze it Info from British Warships in the Age of Sail 1793-1817 : https://books.google.gr/books?id=Ge8kCwAAQBAJ&pg=PT179&lpg=PT179&dq=le+bertin+1760&source=bl&ots=fKlhPyKca0&sig=AZHLdugXsJUk3Amh5knBx2C927k&hl=el&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiszbvYu_LLAhWCDCwKHRiXBgcQ6AEINjAE#v=onepage&q=le%20bertin%201760&f=false Le Bertin: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=15839 Belleisle: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=617 Any info,plans or pictures are welcome
  18. Could be solved by clicking the wreck in the in-battle map and unlocking it. Or adding a pop up button somewhere in the screen to unlock it when you want, even if you are miles away.
  19. That was what i had in mind. It will save you from a lot of trouble and tribunals
  20. Maybe lock the hold when a ship sinks (accesible only by the player that got the kill) and right click to unlock only when a trusted guy is nearby?
  21. Sella22

    Exploration gameplay

    I have suggested before regarding exploration, the implementation of random generated islands in the pacific. We have maintenance every day for at least an hour. Couldn't you wipe and respawn islands every once in a week or a month? Are there technicalities blocking this suggestion?
  22. It was never our cup of tea. Just participated every now and then
  23. The days were we participated in PBs are long gone
  24. Sella22

    Old prototype sloop

    Yes please!