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It is. I have no idea why though.
Why would forces representing the EU wear camouflage from a country outside of the EU?
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Definitely the OS map then. I'm looking forward to using these in game
bring me a virgin goat
my god the detail....
well done. The gloves especially seem to take advantage of the better resolution
can it shoot lasers and will I be able to customize my beard?
damn you've got me
It is rather compelling
I'm assuming its a static
It soon begin.
you got it all over the mountains...
this is why we cant have nice things >:(
Very good work. I'm getting the impression that all the maps have their own unique 'feel'. This is something rare in community maps and I applaud you for it. +1 internet
I'll share as soon as possible ;)
add handheld nuke or i quit moddb forever and break all the windows in my house
irl 1v1 fite me
The concerning thing is a possible chemical attack. They're gaining money and resources and it won't take long for them to reach that capability.
Actually they're all at eachother's throats...
I think you should stick a rail on and put some flip up sights or an aimpoint.
That would kick some major ***
The current textures for vehicles already look pretty good. If it ain't broke don't fix it.
Maybe they could use some new woodland variants or something
I'd suggest working in areas that really need it. That's just my 2 cents
Excellent work there ^^
I see, but it seems as if it works fine with the rest of the environment. Is there a way to lower the effect on soldiers alone?
Looking at this pic, It may be a good idea to make some darkened diffuse textures for soldiers on night maps.
Maybe use ACU so it can work for both woodland and desert?
Very nice! Glad to see an update
You've misread my post and built one hell of a strawman there. Let me clarify, because apparently you've gone straight onto the defensive without much in regard to context.
I never said Christianity was the cause of the dark ages mentality, it was simply used as a tool by people craving power.
Regardless of the motivations or origins of Islam, they still did a phenomenal job of preserving classical culture. It allowed for a neo-classical revival that propelled us into an age of increasing prosperity.
No matter how you spin this, it doesn't matter what the Muslims believed. That's completely irrelevant.
The Nazis pioneered rocketry and paved the way for space exploration as we know it. That doesn't justify the crimes of the Nazi regime, it simply means they managed to do *something* right.
I completely agree in your views regarding organized religion- you're absolutely right- its eerily cultish and its the sole destructive arm of religion. I certainly don't have a problem with spiritual people. Just because I disagree with it doesn't mean others should. Some people benefit immensely from their religious perspective.
It isn't my place or anyone else's to judge an individual on what works for them unless it negatively impacts others.
Yep. I'm usually on whichever english speaking servers are populated
THEY DIDNT HAVE FABRIC SOFTENER BACK THEN I CALL BS OMFG GUISE NICE TRY
The nation of Canada: 12
Hulk Hogan: -1
I don't agree. Technology was fairly stagnant up until the reformation. Without a separation of church and state, we could never have come as far as we have. Look at history's great scientists- rarely did they ever follow the rules of an established church.
Even the Christian+Jewish religions have benefited greatly from the philosophical innovations of the renaissance/reformation. Imagine how screwed up it would be if you were punished every time you questioned your faith or beliefs- you probably wouldn't be as strong a person as you are now.
+fedoras are disgusting...
A lot of the monks were imperative in preserving culture, but when people refer to the church, they're talking about the higher echelons in which corruption and power struggles were common (usually leading to the deaths of thousands of peasants)
Ancient muslims also did a fantastic job preserving classical Greek/Roman culture, without which we may have had hundreds more years of dark ages and a stunted renaissance.