Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

User avatar
chykka
Brigadier
Posts: 3377
Joined: Wed 28 Nov 2012 14:55
Location: Canada, Alberta
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby chykka » Fri 20 Jul 2018 08:36

Vietnam, no way. The Only South east is on anouther contentent. Australia. Wonder Malasyia and others didn't modren tech till a few years after the cut off date.
Image

User avatar
FrangibleCover
Lieutenant
Posts: 1454
Joined: Mon 14 Nov 2016 21:34
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby FrangibleCover » Sat 21 Jul 2018 00:10

chykka wrote:Wonder Malasyia and others didn't modren tech till a few years after the cut off date.


Malaysia brings:
Ratel 90s (now with 30% less racism)
Stormers as 3AV transports
Stormers with 20mms as more transports
20mm autocannon wheeled IFVs
Scorpion 90s except not a prototype

Singapore brings:
750kph but 20% ECM Kahu-a-likes
20mm autocannon wheeled IFVs, but a different sort
AMX-13s for the autoloader god
The Ultimax 100 machine gun, which surely deserves Kvkk clone stats for being in assault rifle calibre and infamously bad
AGM-45 Shrikes! Not sure what on, probably Skyhawks

They don't actually need Longbow and PT-91M to be interesting, that's why we put them in 1991 mod.
What if Wargame stuck to timeframe?
Image

User avatar
47andrej
Lieutenant
Posts: 1327
Joined: Sun 12 Feb 2012 19:22
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby 47andrej » Sat 21 Jul 2018 14:41

I could put up Iraq standalone list pretty fast if Eugen wouldn't want to release ANZAC style DLC nations. It would contain still a lot of awesome equipment. On other hand why all this turmoil while there isnt any word on Wargame from Eugen?

I also have some contacts of iraqi-born military history enthusiasts who could provide some detailed info on late iraqi designs. But then again why bother people for nothing?

User avatar
Mike
More than 10 000 messages. Soldier you are the leader of all armies!
Posts: 12380
Joined: Thu 20 Feb 2014 01:09
Location: Virginia, United States of America
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby Mike » Sun 22 Jul 2018 02:11

FrangibleCover wrote:
chykka wrote:Wonder Malaysia and others didn't get modern tech till a few years after the cut off date.


AGM-45 Shrikes! Not sure what on, probably Skyhawks


Shrikes are already in the game though. Wild Weasel life. (Enough though it should have Standards on it :P )
Image
Courtesy of KattiValk

User avatar
FrangibleCover
Lieutenant
Posts: 1454
Joined: Mon 14 Nov 2016 21:34
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby FrangibleCover » Sun 22 Jul 2018 02:27

Mike wrote:
FrangibleCover wrote:
chykka wrote:Wonder Malaysia and others didn't get modern tech till a few years after the cut off date.


AGM-45 Shrikes! Not sure what on, probably Skyhawks


Shrikes are already in the game though. Wild Weasel life. (Enough though it should have Standards on it :P )


Yeah, but how many minors have SEAD capabilities? Even with the somewhat more liberal DLC unit lists Eugen only managed to give 1/4 nations SEAD.
What if Wargame stuck to timeframe?
Image

User avatar
Mike
More than 10 000 messages. Soldier you are the leader of all armies!
Posts: 12380
Joined: Thu 20 Feb 2014 01:09
Location: Virginia, United States of America
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby Mike » Sun 22 Jul 2018 16:35

FrangibleCover wrote:
Mike wrote:Shrikes are already in the game though. Wild Weasel life. (Enough though it should have Standards on it :P )


Yeah, but how many minors have SEAD capabilities? Even with the somewhat more liberal DLC unit lists Eugen only managed to give 1/4 nations SEAD.


Czechoslovakia, Poland, East Germany, Norway, Canada and South Korea are minor nations with SEAD. And since China is considered weak, you can add them in too. :lol:

So six or seven plus France, West Germany and the United Kingdom if you all you care about Superpowers.
Image
Courtesy of KattiValk

User avatar
FrangibleCover
Lieutenant
Posts: 1454
Joined: Mon 14 Nov 2016 21:34
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby FrangibleCover » Sun 22 Jul 2018 20:45

Mike wrote:
FrangibleCover wrote:
Mike wrote:Shrikes are already in the game though. Wild Weasel life. (Enough though it should have Standards on it :P )


Yeah, but how many minors have SEAD capabilities? Even with the somewhat more liberal DLC unit lists Eugen only managed to give 1/4 nations SEAD.


Czechoslovakia, Poland, East Germany, Norway, Canada and South Korea are minor nations with SEAD. And since China is considered weak, you can add them in too. :lol:

So six or seven plus France, West Germany and the United Kingdom if you all you care about Superpowers.


Perhaps I should have said ITF SEAD that actually existed. That cuts off Norway, Canada, South Korea and China. Obviously any Tom, Dick and Costa Rica can get prototype or even invented SEAD but to the best of my awareness Singapore actually had it. The context of the discussion was what other Asian nations can provide without taking from the late 90s South East Asian arms race where everyone got superheavies and Longbows and MiG-29s and Hornets at the same time etc.
What if Wargame stuck to timeframe?
Image

User avatar
Mike
More than 10 000 messages. Soldier you are the leader of all armies!
Posts: 12380
Joined: Thu 20 Feb 2014 01:09
Location: Virginia, United States of America
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby Mike » Mon 23 Jul 2018 23:16

FrangibleCover wrote:
Mike wrote:Czechoslovakia, Poland, East Germany, Norway, Canada and South Korea are minor nations with SEAD. And since China is considered weak, you can add them in too. :lol:

So six or seven plus France, West Germany and the United Kingdom if you all you care about Superpowers.


Perhaps I should have said ITF SEAD that existed. That cuts off Norway, Canada, South Korea and China. Obviously, any Tom, Dick and Costa Rica can get a prototype or even invented SEAD but to the best of my awareness, Singapore had it. The context of the discussion was what other Asian nations could provide without taking from the late 90s South East Asian arms race where everyone got superheavies and Longbows and MiG-29s and Hornets at the same time etc.


ITF depends on your definition of timeframe because it seems a bit flexible. :lol: If Singapore were ever added, it would make the Bryan guy all warm and fuzzy.
Image
Courtesy of KattiValk

User avatar
Eukie
Chief Warrant Officer
Posts: 539
Joined: Wed 23 Apr 2014 16:22
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby Eukie » Wed 25 Jul 2018 16:45

FrangibleCover wrote:Malaysia brings:
Ratel 90s (now with 30% less racism)
Stormers as 3AV transports
Stormers with 20mms as more transports
20mm autocannon wheeled IFVs
Scorpion 90s except not a prototype

Singapore brings:
750kph but 20% ECM Kahu-a-likes
20mm autocannon wheeled IFVs, but a different sort
AMX-13s for the autoloader god
The Ultimax 100 machine gun, which surely deserves Kvkk clone stats for being in assault rifle calibre and infamously bad
AGM-45 Shrikes! Not sure what on, probably Skyhawks

They don't actually need Longbow and PT-91M to be interesting, that's why we put them in 1991 mod.


M113s bristling with machine guns, wheeled mortars, wheeled RBS-70, AGL teams... They have some other fun toys too, when you start applying Red Dragon logic and not 1991 logic. F-5S with Python-4, the XV prototypes of the Bionix for all your tracked Bushmaster needs, M113 Ultra for when you need to bury your enemies in a hail of 40 mm grenades...

User avatar
FrangibleCover
Lieutenant
Posts: 1454
Joined: Mon 14 Nov 2016 21:34
Contact:

Re: Future DLC’s for Wargame Red Dragon

Postby FrangibleCover » Wed 25 Jul 2018 18:49

Eukie wrote:
FrangibleCover wrote:Malaysia brings:
Ratel 90s (now with 30% less racism)
Stormers as 3AV transports
Stormers with 20mms as more transports
20mm autocannon wheeled IFVs
Scorpion 90s except not a prototype

Singapore brings:
750kph but 20% ECM Kahu-a-likes
20mm autocannon wheeled IFVs, but a different sort
AMX-13s for the autoloader god
The Ultimax 100 machine gun, which surely deserves Kvkk clone stats for being in assault rifle calibre and infamously bad
AGM-45 Shrikes! Not sure what on, probably Skyhawks

They don't actually need Longbow and PT-91M to be interesting, that's why we put them in 1991 mod.


M113s bristling with machine guns, wheeled mortars, wheeled RBS-70, AGL teams... They have some other fun toys too, when you start applying Red Dragon logic and not 1991 logic. F-5S with Python-4, the XV prototypes of the Bionix for all your tracked Bushmaster needs, M113 Ultra for when you need to bury your enemies in a hail of 40 mm grenades...


...M113A2 Ultra Mechanised Igla IFU. A name that's much too cool for 6 Iglas and a radar slapped onto a 113. There's also the M113A2 Ultra Mechanised Igla WFU non-radar variant.
What if Wargame stuck to timeframe?
Image

Return to “Wargame : Red Dragon”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 40 guests