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|GDI Mission "Bern" - Orca upgrade||Locked|
|Sep 30 2011, 1:29pm Anchor|
In the *Idon'tknowhichnumberitis* Mission in Bern, where you have to take out the Scrin Drone-Platform, the Orcas have the "EMP-Grenade" Upgrade instead of the "Minigun" Upgrade. But - as the Stormriders are incredibly weak there (one shot and they're gone), is this a bug or was this made because of balancing reasons?
Cause I found it very annoying that I couldn't own the Scrin with my Anti-Air, Anti-Infantry and Anti-Tank Orcas. If I remember correclty, that wasn't the only mission with that bug.
Well, I pwned him anyway with a MAMMOTH MK. II, the Scrin Conqueror and the Assault-Mothership...
GoldenArbiter Proud servant of Kane
|Oct 11 2011, 8:16pm Anchor|
lolwut? what numbered mission on which act?
"Before enlightenment: Chop wood, fetch water. After enlightenment: Chop wood, fetch water." -zen proverb
|Oct 12 2011, 10:07am Anchor|
It's mission 15, GDI campaign.
It was quite annoying not having the gatling-upgrade available for the orca fighters. It would've been over much faster ...
Act? Phew ... I guess IV, but I'm not sure.
But I don't know exactly wheter this is right or not.
|Dec 30 2011, 6:47am Anchor|
One MKII to rule them all...blah blah,the rest you know.No need for mammoths,JJT's,or even Juggernauts. Means I literally used ONE unit to PWN THEM ALL in this mission.cause the beast gained heroic pretty fast.And HEROIC MKII seemed to be NOT BOUND to this REALITY.
|Dec 30 2011, 9:17am Anchor|
Sure, but I think Orcas are much cheaper to fight enemy aircraft. They are very powerful against vehicles, and with gatling upgrade even powerful against enemy aircraft.
And a Mammoth MK II is S ... L ... O ... W ... L ... Y !
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