The British Army (Circa 1995)

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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby Malakin » Tue 2 Sep 2014 18:52

is ther supposed to be only one card of alarm harriers ? I thought there were two. Also only one card of each of the air superiority tornados?

Why is the british deck so hard done by when it comes to avalability in aircraft?

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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby GBNATO » Tue 2 Sep 2014 18:54

I remember there being only 1 card of ADV F2's but you got 4 per card, I think the number of F3's and FA.2's has dropped by one card each.
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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby Brutoni » Tue 2 Sep 2014 19:06

jonas165 wrote:So your problem is that the Chieftain is not one of the best medium tanks, eventhough it's comparedly good now? :?



Had enough of this shit. It is not even competitively good. (Learn to spell. If you can't do that then use a spell checker). Furthermore COMPARATIVELY it has gotten worse than the choices it must compete against for deck space.
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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby Znail » Tue 2 Sep 2014 19:37

Brutoni wrote:Also why the removal of the Challenger Marksman from Armoured?

That doesn't make sense as it seems made for AA support of a tank column.

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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby DoktorvonWer » Tue 2 Sep 2014 19:44

Znail wrote:
Brutoni wrote:Also why the removal of the Challenger Marksman from Armoured?

That doesn't make sense as it seems made for AA support of a tank column.


Indeed.

Harrier GR.5 added to Marine deck, as a result it seems there are less Harriers around now. Forget it, just APPLY XENO'S RE-LOADOUTS, finally, and *then* balance the number of cards.

Forget the whole F.2 and F.3 availability nonsense; scrap the F.2 all together and re-role its model to be the F.3, re-role the F.3's model to GR.4... And Change ANZAC Phantom to FGR.2. *Then* there can be meaningful balancing of availability and veterancy of the pre-1980 FGR.2 against the mid-1980s Tornado F.3.
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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby jonas165 » Tue 2 Sep 2014 19:53

Brutoni wrote:
jonas165 wrote:So your problem is that the Chieftain is not one of the best medium tanks, eventhough it's comparedly good now? :?



Had enough of this shit. It is not even competitively good. (Learn to spell. If you can't do that then use a spell checker). Furthermore COMPARATIVELY it has gotten worse than the choices it must compete against for deck space.


Sorry, I know you have problems with accepting that, but not everyone is an English native Speaker :roll:

Anyway, maybe a 5 pt price decrease for the entire line wouldn't make them OP, but they are not as bad as everybody tries to make one believe here IMO.
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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby Rorschach » Tue 2 Sep 2014 20:00

Im enjoying Chieftains. They don't have to be the best choice in the game, gays.
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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby Majorpain » Tue 2 Sep 2014 20:04

7RPM and a good punch is better than it was, cheiftain has that at least!

Surprised about Sead harrier losing at card, must have been too many flying round for Eugens liking.

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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby DoktorvonWer » Tue 2 Sep 2014 20:07

Majorpain wrote:7RPM and a good punch is better than it was, cheiftain has that at least!

Surprised about Sead harrier losing at card, must have been too many flying round for Eugens liking.


This annoys me somewhat, but let's be cereal. Get them re-configured to marine ASFs and let's get a Tornado reconfigured as a GR.4 - just one card of GR.4s would be entirely fair.
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Re: The British Army (Circa 1995)

Postby Drang » Tue 2 Sep 2014 20:08

Xeno426 wrote:
jonas165 wrote:So your problem is that the Chieftain is not one of the best medium tanks, eventhough it's comparedly good now? :?

It's not comparably good to the tanks it faces in the same price range, that's the problem. Nor is it comparably good to the other tanks in the same price bracket within the same coalition.


I'm confused why a Chieftain Mk10 from 1980 has 2100m range, but a T-80 from 1976 has 2275 range. This makes absolutely zero sense.

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