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I would bet these are fake on the grounds that they're in the exact same style as the Battlefield 3 cover.
Ivy is best Internet Pony. And best internet.
Cool. Can't wait till your next update.
Omigod! 1000 units! Yay!
Yeah, I didn't like it. Late response is late.
For me it's a toss-up between this and 1942 with the Battlegroup 42 mod.
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I carry a Derpy messenger bag and occasionally wear Brony shirts, and if someone makes fun of me I just don't care. Because if you like something, what does it matter what other people think?
Don't worry, with my outside perspective I don't think they look terribly similar. They have significant differences in style to seperate them.
So, did anyone else get the 1.14 patch, start playing, then go Arrrrgghhh!!! at some of the changes?
There are several enemy types that can only be found on the later maps.
This coloration perfectly improves on the original drawing.
Wow. This. is. awesome. Now we just need a color version, maybe.
It sorta looks like an anvil, but it definitely needs improvement.
I would comment on how awesome this and the images on bay12 are, but I've been blown away.
You need to step up your game, Kamin, this has been out for over two months!
Go Luna-tic! Go us! I visit here virtually every day too, but multiple times a day as well.
I agree with Reactorcore; the movement doesn't bother me, it was pretty smooth, but even looking at the sample image before the video starts made me feel a bit off.
It was day at the time, and the moon was underground; hence, she came up from the moon.
That makes sense, right?
Wouldn't it be even funnier if Spike was in the bakery, and that was the last place Twilight looked for him.
What a way to dodge embarrassing social situations.
That poor giant, he just wants his sock.
Those are some nicely huge mandibles, but your missing a pair of legs.
You can have them! All ten billion of them! Mwah-hah-hah-haa!
I agree with this ---> "0_o"
I swear, Dawn of Victory is the only thing that can match a great 20,000 word story with an image and some accompanying text.