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by Oktoberfest
Mon 16 Oct 2017 13:49
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: New update: Steam friend system
Replies: 15
Views: 1123

Re: New update: Steam friend system

Zero_Ecm wrote:
Oktoberfest wrote:
eug_begonia wrote:
Have fun!


Ready to buy a DLC bringing France to the level of Yugoslavia up to 60 € if needed. Although I would prefer 20 €. But please, do something !

Next patch:
- French SEAD was rerolled into bomber.
:D


New patch, French P4 now armed with MG!
by Oktoberfest
Wed 11 Oct 2017 22:41
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: New update: Steam friend system
Replies: 15
Views: 1123

Re: New update: Steam friend system

eug_begonia wrote:
Have fun!


Ready to buy a DLC bringing France to the level of Yugoslavia up to 60 € if needed. Although I would prefer 20 €. But please, do something !
by Oktoberfest
Thu 28 Sep 2017 12:45
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: West-Germany (or hoping without hope)
Replies: 146
Views: 4695

Re: West-Germany (or hoping without hope)

- Roland Reload time reduced to 2 seconds.
- Roland availability adapted to other nations equivalent
- Eurofighter for germany
- F-104 bombers back in the german air deck.
- PzH-2000
- Jäger at 10 points
- RoF increase for the Marder 2
- All Leo1 downgraded a bit, they are too cost efficient.
by Oktoberfest
Thu 21 Sep 2017 20:14
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: West-Germany (or hoping without hope)
Replies: 146
Views: 4695

Re: West-Germany (or hoping without hope)

The Coalition system was a cheap and effective way for Eugen to be able to concentrate on the naval aspect. At the end, we have no naval, because it's unplayable, and half botched decks with RD fillers. West Germany and France at the level of Finland or Yugo would have been a dream....
by Oktoberfest
Thu 21 Sep 2017 10:41
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: West-Germany (or hoping without hope)
Replies: 146
Views: 4695

Re: West-Germany (or hoping without hope)

was this one ever used? pSSosDM8yG4 Argentina had (static) Roland in the Falklands, Iraq had both AMX-30 and MAN truck mounted Roland in the Iraq-Iran War and the Gulf War and I expect the French had it in the Gulf War as well. Wiki claims a multitude of kills for the system but I've got nothing on...
by Oktoberfest
Mon 18 Sep 2017 17:27
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP
Replies: 303
Views: 7639

Re: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP

Cry harder, your tears are delicious ;) Well, what can I say... It's certainly enjoyable for you to have access to the most modern all rounder deck with extremely powerful units, including the infamous NOD Stealth tank. But where you fail to see the problem (either buff other nations to the level o...
by Oktoberfest
Sun 17 Sep 2017 21:11
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP
Replies: 303
Views: 7639

Re: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP

HrcAk47 wrote:
Oh wow. O I am laughing


Because you are partially responsible for the situation?
by Oktoberfest
Thu 14 Sep 2017 14:30
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP
Replies: 303
Views: 7639

Re: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP

The 30mm rule = 1AP is the general rule of the rounds introduced in Red Dragon, except for penetration above 24. In the Beta, the M1A2 had 25AP IIRC. where do you keep finding these rules I don't remember precisely but that's what was defined over 3 years ago. It's a general thumb of rule for ammo ...
by Oktoberfest
Thu 14 Sep 2017 13:18
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP
Replies: 303
Views: 7639

Re: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP

The rule is pretty simple, 30mm penetration is 1 AP. If you have a round piercing 300mm, it's 10 AP. The M60A1 has 11AP and that's using either the M392A2 or M728 which are around 225mm-250mm. M60A3 and M1 have 13 AP and they both use the M735 which is 300mm. Relics of EE/ALB? Or they shoot later r...
by Oktoberfest
Thu 14 Sep 2017 13:15
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP
Replies: 303
Views: 7639

Re: Broken Stuff that Needs Fixing ASAP

When did France receive the OFL105G2 round? 1985, after noticing standard OFL105-F1 rounds developped for the AMX-30B2 modernization were too weak and barely improved the penetration over the Obus G, so around 1984-1985. For the OFL-105F2, it was developped rapidly after noticing the efficiency of ...

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