What's happening behind the iron curtain?

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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby chykka » Sun 26 Feb 2017 05:04

nuke92 wrote:Well we have 800 votes for ColdWG of some era and modern day would mean redfor getting the hammer.

No ww2 please :roll:
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My thought's Tbh, what would be nice is way out of Time line, I'd like WWI tbh. Or you know just extending the time line as they have done wouldn't be so difficult and most of the ground work is done. Just that whole issue of Collapse of USSR. Now you need a new 'badguy' even though Bolsheviks were actually funded by US after WWI. Instead of the Allies against them trying to get Russia back in the war.
Although everything would need to be done from the beginning, besides the engine I guess.
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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby Killertomato » Sun 26 Feb 2017 05:36

REDFOR would be fine for modern day. China would be MUCH better than it would be in RD, Russia has enough to be competitive with any nation. Their problem IRL is buying more than one of everything their defense industry puts out.
orcbuster wrote:USSR gets prototype marsupials, why would you need moose when you got stuff with kickers like that AND transport capability? And I'm not even gonna START on the french Marsupilami, I don't even think thats a real animal! Why no trolls for Norway?

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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby Grabbed_by_the_Spets » Sun 26 Feb 2017 05:41

I probably wouldn't buy a WW2 WArgame.

WW2 is so boring now, nothing new ever comes from that genre anymore.
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Postby HrcAk47 » Sun 26 Feb 2017 12:12

Killertomato wrote:REDFOR would be fine for modern day. China would be MUCH better than it would be in RD, Russia has enough to be competitive with any nation. Their problem IRL is buying more than one of everything their defense industry puts out.


Yes, but that's about it.

NSWP collectively flips side, and it does look stupid to play a game where there's ~ 20 nations vs. 2, no matter how strong the two nations are. And no, North Korea is not a competitive option.
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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby anto-shturmovik » Sun 26 Feb 2017 12:24

Please, no "Modern Warfare" shit. Keep it cold war! Early cold war even! WWII is also a solid option, I'd like to see what wargame could do with this somewhat overdone setting.
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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby Echo 8 » Sun 26 Feb 2017 12:38

HrcAk47 wrote:
Killertomato wrote:REDFOR would be fine for modern day. China would be MUCH better than it would be in RD, Russia has enough to be competitive with any nation. Their problem IRL is buying more than one of everything their defense industry puts out.


Yes, but that's about it.

NSWP collectively flips side, and it does look stupid to play a game where there's ~ 20 nations vs. 2, no matter how strong the two nations are. And no, North Korea is not a competitive option.

Could always pull an End War and do a European Union vs Russia + Comrades vs US + Allies

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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby thenosh » Sun 26 Feb 2017 13:23

Would it be possible to not have two major parties but nations and coalitions?
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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby urogard » Sun 26 Feb 2017 13:45

thenosh wrote:Would it be possible to not have two major parties but nations and coalitions?

yes it would...

you can simply ditch all national decks and leave deck creation with coalitions+usa+ussr

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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby 47andrej » Sun 26 Feb 2017 16:10

Stay cold, stay classy.

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Re: What's happening behind the iron curtain?

Postby Killertomato » Sun 26 Feb 2017 18:06

HrcAk47 wrote:
Killertomato wrote:REDFOR would be fine for modern day. China would be MUCH better than it would be in RD, Russia has enough to be competitive with any nation. Their problem IRL is buying more than one of everything their defense industry puts out.


Yes, but that's about it.

NSWP collectively flips side, and it does look stupid to play a game where there's ~ 20 nations vs. 2, no matter how strong the two nations are. And no, North Korea is not a competitive option.


There's no need for sides, since we're not simulating a real conflict. We can have the US, Russia, China, and coalitions. They can fight eachother just fine.
orcbuster wrote:USSR gets prototype marsupials, why would you need moose when you got stuff with kickers like that AND transport capability? And I'm not even gonna START on the french Marsupilami, I don't even think thats a real animal! Why no trolls for Norway?

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