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stormtroopera
stormtroopera

Finally an update !
So is this tank base on the BMD series?

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Woozle
Woozle

looks like a BMD-2.

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Red★Strike
Red★Strike

Actually its APC,not a tank.It was designed for airborne.

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Coal-Chip-Cookie
Coal-Chip-Cookie

It looks really good!

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magachs
magachs

Tanks with neon-glow - I'd like to see that IRL :P

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murauder
murauder

Pimp my tank.

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paradig124
paradig124

I was under the understanding that all of the project had left?
Am I wrong.

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Ilves Author
Ilves

Curious... who's making new content then? :D

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Nuttah
Nuttah

Why, magical Content Gnomes, of course! ^^

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CTLN7
CTLN7

Surely not the programmer or the other guys that left .(Good luck having a Game without a programmer however you can have some renders)

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Nuttah
Nuttah

Ya know, for some reason, you don't really manage to do much aside from falling out as an abrasive ******* **** with all the effort you're putting into this thing.
And no not in any good way, either.

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Ilves Author
Ilves

Some people have a dream. Some people have a job. Some people have private life. And there are people who have none of it. Those waste all their life efforts in internet trolling.

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Nuttah
Nuttah

Heeeeeey! D:< That offends me!

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Ilves Author
Ilves

sorry, splash damage xD

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Nuttah
Nuttah

Eh, I got a flak jacket anyhow.
Ai am boole-oh, right,- SHRAPNEL PROOF!

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Orange_Tomato
Orange_Tomato

Looks gud, btw: UA? Peremoga? Intermarum is Ukraine now?

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Nuttah
Nuttah

I think it has been for a fair while.

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TypicalRussianIvan
TypicalRussianIvan

If I got it right Intermarum will appear later in the plot. Ukraine will be at the beginning.

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Orange_Tomato
Orange_Tomato

Hmm, allright. This would fit Intermarum more tbh, Ukraine has largely standartized armor by now and they've been pumping lots of Bulats recently and even the DNR/LNR has pretty much only T-72s by now. Still, cool BMD variant though.

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Nuttah
Nuttah

Depending on how hard and fast stuff went to ****, it would make sense if those are now unattainable, or, at least, unserviceable for various reasons from scarce supplies, dwindling numbers, a factory buried in rubble, or a combination of the above.

In that case, the old, steel-hulled BMP-1s could probably still be refurbished and pressed into service at some facility, and after those ran out, there's a choice/chance of producing some sort of chassis on your own, and risking the surviving BMP-2s; yanking out the 30mm, and forcing the 90 in.

Though, unlike the scary stories of uselessness I've heard of of the BMP-1's gun, the 30mm was actually a fairly good weapon.

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Ilves Author
Ilves

The game's plot was and remains fiction. Though I was pretty much surprised myself how fast what was my imaginery plot became closer and closer to God-damned reality. But <!>officially</!> "all of the portrayed events are entirely work of fiction and any coincidences are accidental...".
Anyway this is a story which begins in an Eastern European nation of Ostslavia.
Stay tuned for Intermarium's comeback.

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Nuttah
Nuttah

Wasn't the story supposed to cut off from 'our reality' sometime in the 80s anyhow?
Or am I mixing stuff in from an absurdly old draft?

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Ilves Author
Ilves

The main assumption differenting RR from reality is that there is a nation called Ostslavia ruled by a ruthless bitch until some moment. I'll take care making our revisioned storyline clearer next update ;)

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Nuttah
Nuttah

Ah!
Though, when you mentioned the ruling ruthless bitch, my mind suddenly wandered into JA2 territory for a moment. XD

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Orange_Tomato
Orange_Tomato

@Nuttah: yeah, Grom was an abysmal failure, the autocannon at least allows for good infantry support.

As to the supply situation: Ukraine is actually moving in the opposite direction, they have jumpstarted their weapon production facilities, and volunteers have worked hard on the restoration of old vehicles, so they are actually getting lots of vehicles without external supplies, I don't see how they could lose those capabilites anytime soon.

@Ilves: How exactly did the plot unfold in reality? I don't see the Intermarum creating itself anytime soon :P

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Ilves Author
Ilves

The faction is National Assembly and it's not regular armed forces, but a guerilla paramilitary organization operating inside the borders (and not only inside) of the ex-nation of Ostslavia. They don't run huge military factories. Due to the fact that Russia carpet bombed them in the first days of intervention inside Ostslavia.

And if you're about the reality and Intermarium... well, there is a proposition of creating a common Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian brigade, Poland taking active role in the ongoing war and some other events :P

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Orange_Tomato
Orange_Tomato

>Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian brigade

Which exists more on paper and is not even operational yet, not even speaking of it being used on the front (which it won't).

>Poland taking active role

How so? Besides supplies, which is the least any nation can do they haven't done anything besides some political posturing and the understandable ramp-up of the domestic military due to current events in Ukraine, which has also happened in most other nations that share a border with Russia. Of course they will feel threatened after what happened in Ukraine, noone expected otherwise.

>They don't run huge military factories. Due to the fact that Russia carpet bombed them in the first days of intervention inside Ostslavia.

I know. I just thought you were talking about Ukraine in our timeline when you mentioned that. Ukraine's doctrine is totally different (lots of artillery and refurbished tanks being pumped out), and even DNR/LNR are equipped with mass-produced vehicles from across the border mainly by now.

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Sato-kun
Sato-kun

Gotta love those Skirt-Platting doe

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Although the Scythian falls under the classification of a light tank - its armament varies dramatically usually being a 90-mm low pressure import gun which perfectly makes holes in vehicles of comparable size and armor. When attacking in groups Scythians can pose a severe threat even to “real” tanks. Especially in case of being equipped with depleted uranium shells (whether National Assembly manufactures them locally on the basis of defunct nuclear power station or receives them from abroad from unknwown sponsors - remains a mystery) .

Each Scythian’s crew are mechanics of their own – due to lack of any unification they are the only specialists of their machine. There is an interesting tradition of decorating vehicles with whatever stuff the crew finds after the battle. Of course the reputation of the best crews belong to those having parts of T-90 on their vehicle, but usually they just put to use whatever they find. Even to the extent that one crew was known to install a neon glow from a sports car under their tank.

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