Civ4 BtS 3.19 From Austerlitz to Waterloo : Mod with 3 Scenarios by isenchine. Additional Credits: GeneralMatt: additional/flavour units (Light & Heavy Cavalry, Warlord, Guards, Infantry and Cannons) Bakuel: Russian worker Platyping: Platy Builder, Text Reader (CTRL-F12: displays the help text in a scrollable screen. Useful when encountering a huge army!) Custom dll: only Mod Comp is "Lead from Behind" by UncutDragon + some adjustments (AI can't disband units, Pillage own routes, Range Attack, Immortal Culture, etc.) Note: if you want to play the Mod on a Mac, just delete the custom dll and eventually the file UncutDragon_GlobalDefines.xml Multi-Player: yes Download at CFC Database Description: This is a small Mod based on Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and his neighbours, with 3 different playable Scenarios: 1) Europe 1805 (standard scenario with 18 Civs) 2) Napoleon's invasion of Russia or The Patriotic War of 1812 (French Vs. Russians) 3) The Waterloo Campaign (French Vs. British and Prussians) Score is the total number of your military units left. 1st scenario: Europe 1805: enlarged map of Europe, 6,351 plots; 205 Cities; 1,300 Units. 2nd scenario: Napoleon's invasion of Russia or The Patriotic War of 1812 French (1 city: Warsaw; 670 units) Vs. Russia (15 cities; 420 units) Map of a part of Russia: 6,132 plots (84 * 73). 3rd scenario: The Waterloo Campaign The Duchess of Richmond will hold a ball in Brussels in the evening of 15 June 1815. The Duke of Wellington and all high-ranked officers of his army are invited. She just hopes that Napoleon Bonaparte will not cross the border too soon... The Waterloo Campaign (15 June - 8 July 1815) was fought between the French Army of the North led by Napoleon Bonaparte himself and two of the Seventh Coalition armies, a British-German-Dutch army commanded by the Duke of Wellington and a Prussian army commanded by Prince Blücher. The war became inevitable when the European Great Powers refused to recognise Napoleon as Emperor of the French on his return from exile on the Island of Elba. Rather than wait for the Coalition to invade France, Napoleon decided to attack his enemies and hope to defeat them in detail before they could launch their combined and coordinated invasion. He chose to launch his first attack against the two Coalition armies cantoned in modern day Belgium, then part of the Netherlands but until the year before part of the First French Empire. Hostilities started on 15 June when the French attacked the Prussian outposts at the river Sambre, placing their forces at the juncture between the cantonment areas of Wellington's Army (to the west) and Blücher's army to the east. On 16 June the French prevailed with Marshal Ney commanding the left wing of the French army holding Wellington at the Battle of Quatre Bras and Napoleon defeating Blücher at the Battle of Ligny. On 17 June, Napoleon left Grouchy with the right wing of the French army to pursue the Prussians while he took the reserves and command of the left wing of the army to pursue Wellington towards Brussels. On the night of 17 June, the Anglo-allied army turned and prepared for battle, about 1 mile (1.6 km) south of the village of Waterloo. The next day the Battle of Waterloo proved to be the decisive battle of the campaign... Welcome to the Battlefield of Europe! Characteristics of the Waterloo Campaign scenario: Map: centre of Belgium (and a small portion of France in the area of Maubeuge) Number of plots: 2,898 Number of units: 2,898 (1,115 French, 738 British-German-Dutch, 1,045 Prussian) French forces versus the Coalition: 62.5% 3 armies playable (British and Prussians are a Team). Resources, improvements, roads, rivers, hamlets, villages and towns on map but Cities (or Settlers): none! Turns foreseen: 205 You can only achieve a Time Victory (as the Conquest Victory requires you to have at least one city). Versions: Version 1 uploaded on 8 July 2015 (including Waterloo 1815 scenario) Version 2 uploaded on 14 July 2015 (including "Lead from Behind" dll mod comp) Version 3 uploaded on 12 November 2015 (including Russia 1812 scenario) Version 4 uploaded on 2 December 2015 (including Europe 1805 scenario) Version 4.1 uploaded on 18 December 2015 Version 4.2 uploaded on 22 December 2015 Installation: Note that the Mod is still named "Waterloo" as per the initial release and despite the additions. Unzip in BtS/Mods folder (Charlemagne, etc). Load BtS, then the Mod or double-click directly on one of the three .CivBeyondSwordWBSave files (Europe1805, Russia1812, Waterloo1815) in the PrivateMaps folder.