Fodder wrote:Poland MT-LB - Poland never had Self Propelled Mortars during the cold war or even used 2B9 Vasilek
Poland used the Vasilek (as Wasilok) since 1984. The lack of a self propelled mortar was killing Polish National decks and so they've received a mortar they operated on a platform they operated that we have a model for and was a real field modification in Soviet service. It's representing towed Vasilek and there's quite some precedent for it, look at the French, Yugoslav and Chinese mortar carriers too.
Czech Gepard M1 - Gepard M1 is a Hungarian sniper rifle that czech never used
Hence why it is assigned to a team of Mesterlovszek, Hungarian snipers. They've been attached to the Czechoslovak army, since they're the only interesting unit we could possibly get from Hungary and we don't have the nation slots to add Hungary anew. All other Hungarian capabilities are covered by NSWP so you could build a Hungarian roleplay deck if you so wished.
ANZMYS Tracked Rapiers - none of these countries actually operated mobile Rapier missiles
No, they're representing towed systems again. If we didn't represent towed AA then most BLU minors would be totally unplayable, which is unrealistic since they had plenty of AA. Realism isn't about the realistic inputs, it's about the realistic outcomes.
Trainer Aircraft, TA-45 and T-2 - These trainer aircrafts were never used for anything other than training, while some trainer aircrafts like Hawk 51 were, Treaty Of Paris 1947 loophole
TA-4SU is called that because we happen to have the model, it's identical to the performance of an A-4SU but partially corrects one of Eugen's bigger model fuck ups. Both T-2s are carrying loads that an F-1 could carry and are basically just spare names. However, I firmly believe that all three aircraft would be used, along with the armed trainers of all other nations, in the event of a Third World War, at the very least as attrition replacements if not immediately. The L-39ZA had an attack role, the British Hawk T.1s were armed with ADEN pods and Sidewinders for air interception, Belgium's Alpha Jet trainers were organised for CAS missions immediately upon the start of the war, using the instructor pilots to support 1BE Corps.
Also can't you nerf SF to 1 card each? I mean SF and dedicated recon are out of scale with few exceptions Army Rangers and SAS.
People haven't taken more than two cards of Special Forces in non-meme decks since 2014, I don't know what you mean. However you'll note that 1991 mod has downgraded a large number of infantry units from Elite to Shock so we've come some way toweards reducing SF proliferation.