Yes its bit too much. AGS-17 was in use both in Iraq and Syria so its an option same as POL or CZE
FrangibleCover wrote:The AGS squad with the machine gun too is probably a little much. Also, why are they shock? Republican Guard training?
I'm not saying that an AGS squad is too much, I'm saying that an AGS squad with the RPD is too much and shock training might be too much unless the AGS was representative of or exclusive to the Republican Guard. Honestly I'd just make it the same as the Czech one, there's enough of a shitshow going on about grenade launchers already.
I would keep both [the Al-Fao and the Majnoon], since they are both wheeled
I'd worry about Iraq being the only nation to get two prototype 10 second FCS artillery pieces. I agree that the Majnoon is a fun system but I think that puts it at the top of the list of redundant units rather than actually in the deck.
Iraq had both Cascavel 90mm and AML 90.
Hmm. One in the recon tab, one as an FSV?
Rifle grenades were used pretty often. IIRC 4 of 9 man squad had those
FrangibleCover wrote:Nobody else has rifle grenades and they're going to be weird and probably unrealistic in how they work. Easiest to just give Al'Eraq an RPK or something.
Yeah but a whole bunch of other nations had rifle grenades too and none of them get them in Wargame, the same as nobody gets hand grenades. If you can come up with a statline for them that's interesting, useful and balanced then I'll be 100% behind you on them but that's a job of work in itself.
Atleast Spetznas VMF and NK recon have RPG-7
I stand corrected. Carry on then.
I dont have Chaimite listed
Sorry, Icehawk did. Did it not exist or did you not list it in your one for another reason? If it did exist then it's a definite nice to have option.
Eugen always takes one crappy ATGM heli
Are you calling the Bo-105 HOT good
? Eugen always take one crap ATGM heli because they want it in Cat-C decks. The Bo-105 is Cat-C. Job done, no stupid bloody MCLOS helis that can't outrange a thrown rock.
Anyway, the model's already in the game, asking for an L-39ZO makes it more likely that we'll see the nation in this Wargame.
Bougnas wrote:Maybe if there are too many similar wheeled APCs in the same era use one as a recon transport?
Actually that'd be a good place to use the EE-11 Urutu next to it's stablemate, the EE-9 Cascavel. If that is a KPVT rather then a Browning we might be in a little trouble but equally this could be the pilot of the non-KE KPV rounds.