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Ariete without extra armor isn't too well-protected... but damn is it gorgeous. The FCS is second to none as well. Ehhh.... Did you see the gunnery tests during Strong Europe Tank Challenge 2016? :lol: I think people focus too much on European and USA MBTs cuz they get all the media attention. K2 B...
Mike wrote:Bougnas wrote:You know what?
Macron IS the Senate.
Hope that you've got the reference .
Well of course Mr. Palpatine!
Imagine if someone disagrees with him:
"That's treason then"
- Wed 28 Jun 2017 16:05
- Forum: General Discussions
- Topic: "The Duellists" update is now available! (v.82672)
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Beside that.. guess still 2 or 3 weeks of waiting for something meanigfull :-| They nerfed heavy off-map artillery, planes and CQC infantry. That seems pretty meaningful to me, seeing how they targeted some of the things people were complaining the most about in terms of balance. The heaviest off-m...
- Wed 7 Jun 2017 12:24
- Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
- Topic: AMX-30 line: Ammunitions and potential in game improvements.
- Replies: 59
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Pre-1986 MBT with 105mm get 2100m range regardless of the FCS. Recently people like hansbroger or HrcAk47 suggested to get rid of this rule and increase range to 2275m for modern FCS with possible AP nerfs to balance that. I believe 1985 Leo 1s have 2275m range. Yes the Leo 1-V but it's precisely a...
- Tue 6 Jun 2017 18:55
- Forum: General Discussions
- Topic: German Squeezebore guns (28 mm and I PAK Gerlich) have Wrong Stats
- Replies: 18
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Wikipedia mentions 75mm or 94mm of penetration at 100m and 90° for the 28mm sPzb 41 (another source mentions 66mm at 500m), so 8-9 AP at 1000m or 10-11AP at 800m ingame so for 800m range an AP buff sounds justified. The Pak 41 Gerlich could, also according to Wikipedia, penetrate 120mm of armor at 1...
(and btw I hope that one day military engineers in SW will stop using those terrible walker vehicles, they are just inefficient designs compared to travked or wheeled vehicles). The ability to traverse any kind of terrain would be pretty useful, though the designs we've seen in the films are not of...
Also besides the Rainforrests, most of the oxygen is also produced by phytoplankton. 70 to 90% of earth's oxygen comes from plankton, the vast majority of them in the ocean. Better hope those aren't killed off. Heck, I've had similar thoughts regarding Star Wars: Hoth is an ice planet, yet has a la...
What if the plants got a mutation that made them use something other than chlorophylle to produce food? Sounds unliquely but it's not like this universe is particularly realistic anyway. To be brown , though? That suggests that a little bit of all the colors are being reflected. There's also a gene...