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Established on the 18th of June 2017 by Wolffe (John Gordon), the 92nd began as a community for the Napoleonic Wars module for the game Mount and Blade: Warband. The regiment began with a single Centre Company and has steadily grown over the years to currently field 2 Centre companies, alongside Lights and Grenadiers, with others having been formed and disbanded over the years. With a variety of companies and a wealth of experience amongst the staff we believe, and challenge ourselves to provide, a provide a fun and varied experience for all players regardless of their interests.

Regiment Established

The regiment is founded by Wolffe (John Gordon) with a single Centre company numbered as the No.1 Company and is now led by Archie (Archibald Halford)


Second Company Established

An Artillery company is founded under the leadership of Retarius but sadly doesn't survive


Establishment of the Lights Company

A series of attempts are made at forming a Lights company for the regiment by no less than 5 people but none of these meet with lasting success. Finally in early September 2018 the lights are established a sixth time by Vegi (Ryan McKay) and continue to exist in the same form, albeit under different leadership, today.


A Second Centre Company

After leaving the Lights Company, a second Centre Company is Established by Vegi after a large recruitment effort and this becomes the regiment's third independent company. It is led to today by Pieter (Pieter MacFie) as the No.3 Company


An Indpendent Grenadier Company

The regiment continues to grow in size with the establishment of a Grenadier Company again by Vegi which makes a powerful entrance into the wider community's competitive scene


Re-Founding Of The Artillery

The regiment adds its fifth Company (numbered No.4) after a merge and an Artillery Company is finally re-established initially under the leadership of Hughie and Gaben (Gabe McDougall)


Peak Attendance

The regiment posts its best ever attendance for an event with over 70 people turning up for the event at the same time


Merging of the two Centre Companies

Declining attendance between the Centre companies forces us to merge them into a single, healthier unit so that we can continue to field a large company at events.


First Tournament Victory

The 92nd wins its first ever community hosted tournament, the 'European Infantry Cup', finally achieving our long-term goal of winning one of these tournaments having up until that point placed second on a number of occasions.