Introducing: Steel Division Wiki (ow, my back)

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Re: Introducing: Steel Division Wiki (ow, my back)

Postby scottslater » Sat 6 May 2017 04:05

This is awesome, thanks for the effort. Something that might be helpful is to have a unit roster on each Divisions' page after the Commander info.
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Re: Introducing: Steel Division Wiki (ow, my back)

Postby Tagaziel » Wed 10 May 2017 15:57

Ask and ye shall receive (sorry for the delay, had to wrap up another project in the meantime):

https://steeldivision.gamepedia.com/2e_ ... #Artillery

I haven't done the other divisions yet, 'cause I'm not entirely satisfied with the breakdown. Apart from remaking it - probably with unit icons that allow for previewing their special traits etc. - I'm not sure the layout is intuitive enough... Thoughts?

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Postby chykka » Wed 7 Jun 2017 03:32

I didn't find any flame tanks in the Wiki, I understand some didn't work so well but some chassis were converted. At least for axis, I saw Crocodile but no flammpanzer?

I did a bit of looking into it, I don't see much about Axis using Flame tanks on the west front if Normandy. However there were a few maybe stationed near Italy. There was some used in battle of Bulge I found, however it seems like flame tanks had their own companies part of Army Group G.
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Re: Introducing: Steel Division Wiki (ow, my back)

Postby captaincarnage » Wed 7 Jun 2017 04:37

chykka wrote:I didn't find any flame tanks in the Wiki, I understand some didn't work so well but some chassis were converted. At least for axis, I saw Crocodile but no flammpanzer?

I did a bit of looking into it, I don't see much about Axis using Flame tanks on the west front if Normandy. However there were a few maybe stationed near Italy. There was some used in battle of Bulge I found, however it seems like flame tanks had their own companies part of Army Group G.


There are some half tracks for the Germans which have flamethrowers mounted, i don't know that the Germans ever went as far as mounting a flame thrower on a tank chassis.
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Re: Introducing: Steel Division Wiki (ow, my back)

Postby Tagaziel » Wed 7 Jun 2017 18:17

chykka wrote:I didn't find any flame tanks in the Wiki, I understand some didn't work so well but some chassis were converted. At least for axis, I saw Crocodile but no flammpanzer?


Ha, that was a missing category. I've added it:

https://steeldivision.gamepedia.com/Cat ... ower_units

It does have my <3 Char B1 <3 so I can play happily. And yep, the Germans did put a flamethrower on it, replacing the howitzer:

http://www.worldwarphotos.info/wp-conte ... panzer.jpg

Still one of my favorite tanks.

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Re: Introducing: Steel Division Wiki (ow, my back)

Postby The W:AB Noob » Wed 14 Jun 2017 23:58

Just letting you know, I believe that there are some units that have different phases depending on what Division they appear in. Good example is the Stug III G
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Re: Introducing: Steel Division Wiki (ow, my back)

Postby iSoDA » Thu 15 Jun 2017 14:53

Holy moly! Nice freaking job !!

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