(New players start here) Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

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Re: Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby molnibalage » Thu 8 Sep 2016 21:28

XanderTuron wrote:
molnibalage wrote:OK, T-72A vs BU was to hard, but T-72B vs BU? Both has ERA as I can remember.


The T-72BU has a fairly distinct turret profile.

Ok, you are right the examle was not the best. Check M1 3D models. Good luck to find diferrence in skinless state...

It is amazing how many people focues on the not so good example insted the main problem what has to be fixed. I should be looooooooooooooooong time ago...

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Re: Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby Mike » Fri 9 Sep 2016 00:31

molnibalage wrote:
XanderTuron wrote:
molnibalage wrote:OK, T-72A vs BU was to hard, but T-72B vs BU? Both has ERA as I can remember.


The T-72BU has a fairly distinct turret profile.

Ok, you are right the example was not the best. Check M1 3D models. Good luck to find difference in skinless state...


The M1A2 has the commander's thermal sight modelled.
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Re: Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby Fade2Gray » Fri 9 Sep 2016 01:37

Mike wrote:The M1A2 has the commander's thermal sight modelled.


Yeah, the CITV is pretty obvious. Pretty much damn near all the top tier tanks you can easily pick out. The rest you don't have to worry about as much.
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Postby nuke92 » Fri 9 Sep 2016 23:52

Good job :D
always felt bad when people told noobs "read 200 pages then come back" (next week or so)...
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Re: (New players start here) Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby orcbuster » Sun 11 Sep 2016 21:11

IF YOU WANT TO TALK SMACK DO SO SOMEWHERE ELSE. IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH INGAME BEHAVIOUR USE THE REPORT THREAD AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS.
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Re: (New players start here) Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby Rabidnid » Mon 12 Sep 2016 05:37

With hate from Deck and Moln' on the first page, you know you are doing something right.

I spend most of my time teaching bunnies these days, so this is an excellent tool, thank you.
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Re: (New players start here) Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby SocialistJamie » Mon 12 Sep 2016 05:40

Thank you for this service, Razzmann.

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Re: (New players start here) Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby Gorganhound » Tue 13 Sep 2016 09:07

Great job Razzman :)
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Postby •Qwerty• » Thu 15 Sep 2016 09:21

Epic work,buy a better mic. for future releases!

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Re: (New players start here) Wargame: Red Dragon Extensive Tutorial

Postby Buck Turgidson » Fri 16 Sep 2016 17:11

BIG props to Razzmann here! You're doing the community a great favor!

Thanks for spending all that time to create this set of tutorials. I know it took an effort and I'm glad you took the time to do it. Great job man!
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