TitoIsMyDrug wrote:Thank you for your reply! Hm, you have a point about the T-72BU pricing.
Glad to hear you've adjusted the price of the T-55AH. Now that I've looked into it a bit more, the Finnish T-55M Matti could get a 5 pt price increase as well, since its stats are identical to the Merida except it has 1 more AP. Also, I've noticed that T-72S has 1 less side armor than T-72B, despite having side ERA. Was that intentional on your part, because T-72S has more AP?
As for your Vihor suggestion, the base variant plus ERA sounds like a good idea. Maybe it could have the same armor values like the Twardy and keep the gun and mobility stats of the base Vihor?
Cheers and keep up the good work!
(All) T-72S side armor fixed
(All) I've looked over every T-55 and corrected several inconsistencies. Their availability has been standardized and slightly adjusted to compete with other vehicles in their capability range.
(Yugoslavia) The M-91 and M-91A Vihors were merged.
The new vehicle will be called the M-91 Vihor with 75km/h mobility, 20 AP, and 22 armor. The ERA is supposed to be somewhere between Kontakt-1 and Kontakt-5 effectiveness, so I retained the 4 armor increase. (K1 is 3 and K5 is 5)
(Finland) T-72M1MOD removed
I've determined that it is a post Cold War development called the T-72MP. It was offered by the Czech Republic and Ukraine using some French equipment and ERA from the T-84.Source
(UK) The Tornado F.2 was replaced with an F-4M Phantom FGR.2 (M61A1, 4x AIM-9G, 4x Skyflash, 20% ECM).
The F.2 did not have a radar and only existed in very limited numbers. This will be using the ANZAC F-4 model, so I recommend installing COMThing's UK Phantom reskin
(ANZAC) The A-4K Skyhawk was converted to a SEAD role with 2x Shrikes
(ANZAC) F-4E Phantom removed
They were on loan between 1970 and 1973, which is too early for Wargame's timeframe, and their ground attack loadout was redundant.