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(Extreme Realism Mod)

For the intro I'm making.

There is a PAC one too, but I'm not showing that.

Original was 1280x720 HD .avi, its just a GIF to show what I'm planning when the factions animate in rather than uploading an over 900,000KB video file to YouTube. Once all of the various countries flash in, the borders between them will disappear and then show a 3D logo of the faction, rotating 360 degrees horizontally.

The animations are also going to be shown on top of the new world map I made at 85% Opacity.

• Yes, I know Switzerland, Norway, Ukraine, Belarus, Turkey and other Eastern European countries are not part of the real European Union today, but in the story of Battlefield 2142, a new ice age has been consuming most of the Northern Hemisphere resulting in mass evacuation to the equator and wars for habitable land. As a person who has Swiss heritage myself, I don't think we would stay so "neutral" then. Also, its 100+ years into the future, who knows if Eastern European attitudes will change towards the EU and if European attitudes towards Turkey will change?

• I know Czechoslovakia isn't a country anymore and is now separated into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and that Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo are not a country (in the animation, you don't see borders between them), but that would have taken up so much time to make lots of separate small borders for an animation you would only see for 5 seconds anyway.

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Aug 6th, 2010
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