Is anyone still active?
I still play here and there.
A tale of General Firefly
In the beginning he cut down the Lord, With his banners of Chaos he marched with his Horde
Kingdom by kingdom he formed an Alliance, His enemy Harold fought back in defiance
Piled scorched bodies and fields stained red, The General watched as his players lay dead
One by one his kingdoms fell, his mangled armies burn in hell
The General’s greed, pride and lust, cast him down into the dust
In the end our hero was smart, He stuck a blade through that nazi's heart
@C4KE-from-SP4C3 Pity, I remember the days of old when competition burned hot. On 360 I often find myself wandering alone on empty servers waiting for players to join as the timer ticks down. It’s unfortunate how such an amazing game has become so baron. On XboxOne I should have more luck finding opponents. Although nothing beats the nostalgia of the old generation community.
@killer-crabs That’s unfortunate that Mirage probably won’t make it to console. However, I remember it played fairly smooth on an xbox controller.
Ah Cakey, it’s been ages since I’ve laid eyes on the dazzling Maul King :) How’s our console community?
You can find me on my new gamertag "German Major"
After 1 year the dead and defeated Dark Alliance has now transcended into the Millennium Organization~
Yes, my friends! Soon, the charred remains of our enemies of old will illuminate the night sky! I have brought you all back just as I promised I would. Back to our favourite battlefield. Back to our beloved war! …At long last, the sea lion has crossed the ocean and is heading up the hill. Attention, all soldiers of the Millennium Battalion! This is a message from your commander… We will remind the enemy of what it feels like to live in fear. We will remind them of fates worse than death. We will remind them of a time when Chivalry basked in blood and fire and competition… Ashes to Ashes.
Xbox360 was the golden age of chivalry console.
In this solemn hour it is a consolation to recall and to dwell upon our repeated efforts to keep this game alive. All have been ill-starred, but all have been faithful and sincere. This is of the highest moral value–and not only moral value, but practical value–at the present time, because the wholehearted concurrence of scores of hundreds of men and women, whose cooperation is indispensable and whose comradeship and brotherhood are indispensable, is the only foundation upon which the trial and tribulation of medieval warfare can be endured and surmounted. This moral conviction alone affords that ever-fresh resilience which renews the strength and energy of people in long, doubtful and dark days. Outside, the storms of war may blow and the lands may be lashed with the fury of its gales, but in our own hearts this Saturday morning there is peace. Our hands may be active, but our consciences are at rest. At rest with the golden age of our community and with the Dark Alliance.