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by Markenzwieback
Sat 25 Nov 2017 12:48
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The Time has come for a Community Patch
Replies: 37
Views: 1040

Re: The Time has come for a Community Patch

But they're already the best AA series in the game. Only OSA is competition. The Roland simply was/is designed for quick reloads in mind and that should be reflected in game; it already suffers from only being able to fire at one plane reliably before having to reload. And just as a comparison:...
by Markenzwieback
Sat 25 Nov 2017 01:10
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The Time has come for a Community Patch
Replies: 37
Views: 1040

Re: The Time has come for a Community Patch

Well, here you go. Its a wild mixture of balance changes, fixing inconsistencies and other stuff (e.g. general armored CV price reductions). Some are generally accepted as useful by now, others will be (very) controversial, again some I took from the different national threads (hey there, Keldon!) a...
by Markenzwieback
Fri 24 Nov 2017 20:55
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The Time has come for a Community Patch
Replies: 37
Views: 1040

Re: The Time has come for a Community Patch

I'd honestly approach this with much less re-rolling and "new" units. The primary focus should be on fixing and balancing tweaks to move the game into a positive direction. The goal should be to not have any overpowered or "meta" nations/coalitions and an acceptable balance among...
by Markenzwieback
Fri 24 Nov 2017 13:53
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: The Time has come for a Community Patch
Replies: 37
Views: 1040

Re: The Time has come for a Community Patch

Been brainstorming for some sensible balance changes over the past couple of weeks since this thread started. I could post them here and get a discussion going...
by Markenzwieback
Wed 22 Nov 2017 10:06
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: Games I am officially EXCITED about.
Replies: 4939
Views: 210024

Re: Games I am officially EXCITED about.

Boy, EA might have overstepped it a little.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_akwfRuL4os
by Markenzwieback
Mon 20 Nov 2017 23:56
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Is artillery a tiddy-tad too cancerous?
Replies: 10
Views: 234

Re: Is artillery a tiddy-tad too cancerous?

Yeah, I do kinda feel lonely when visiting from time to time! :lol: But honestly though, I stopped caring after a while and didn't even bother registering for Paradox forum. Claiming that they need to collect statistical data, Eugen keep us waiting for balance patches for months on end with blatantl...
by Markenzwieback
Mon 20 Nov 2017 23:38
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Is artillery a tiddy-tad too cancerous?
Replies: 10
Views: 234

Re: Is artillery a tiddy-tad too cancerous?

Wouldn't say so. This SD forum is basically dead except some guy posting his Youtube videos and over at Paradox they either bash their head in about the historical background of the Normandy theater or discuss other aspects (16th LW 88s, plane trains, new upcoming content). Granted though, I saw one...
by Markenzwieback
Mon 20 Nov 2017 23:20
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Is artillery a tiddy-tad too cancerous?
Replies: 10
Views: 234

Re: Is artillery a tiddy-tad too cancerous?

Mortar and MLRS spam is one of the reasons why I stopped playing Steel Division all together. People building up armies of mortars (especially halftrack ones) and spamming every unit they see with it makes pushing with infantry heavy decks next to impossible. Oh, and wait until you get into a team g...
by Markenzwieback
Thu 16 Nov 2017 15:41
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: World news thread
Replies: 3552
Views: 102217

Re: World news thread

Doinize wrote:The thing is...if suddenly people start dying more again, it might be a sound recommendation to properly fund your healthcare again...

Correlation and causality.
by Markenzwieback
Thu 16 Nov 2017 15:15
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: World news thread
Replies: 3552
Views: 102217

Re: World news thread

Love how they pull a headline like this out of a study that doesn't have the methodological foundation to raise such claims. Or as noted at the very end of the article (of course): Professor Martin Roland Emeritus Professor of Health Services Research, University of Cambridge said: “This study sugge...

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