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The Balkans pretty much do it on a centennial basis. And when it gets loud, the world's in for a loud century. Or at least half of it.
Oh. So...different missile or just the nametag?
27 "Sickle B,"if we're going there.
Topol M silos. Works like an ECA howitzer on nuclear steroids but you have to pay an wait for every single launch.
There have been some videos of the vehicle version but I think they're the same as far as statistics go.
Hard to properly say but it does look like a weapon hardpoint.
I think I see four tubes in that case so...ATGM? Not sure because guided missiles rarely seem to come in pods but it's also kind of a small number for your typical rocket pod so I'm guessing if it's a weapon, it's either missiles or some really beefy rockets.
How come you guys always spawn about seven update notifications?
Nah. Those have a silhouette similar to the front of a TIE Fighter from a certain angle.
Definitely not triangular. This is a Goa'uld design.
But still not nearly as good as a fully paid roadtrip without a hitch either.
Assuming it could be conditioned to only happen when ordering to attack other snipers/units with known optics(hint, hint) without too much trouble, a little "Ah, there you are," would be fun to have. A tiny touch of Hayha to go with the rifle.
Well, you know...Sand People from sandy places.
Guess they're trying to keep the thing as far away from the stuff as possible. :p
So kind of like a GLA pathfinder?
Always missed a sniper with those guys.
Tremor, you say? That reminds me of something.
Just really big mechanised arms and just as big a back to support the weaponry. Think the Power loader from alien or the Mech suits from Matrix.
Though, I find it a bit of a shame that all the commando units are superheavy mechs at this point.
Maybe a retrofit of the original vehicle due to supply issues with either autocannons or ammo might be a proper explanation?
Yeah, thin as coke can, I know, but still.
I think the dropship not happening is, in fact, a system limitation similar to the ones that prevent sensible infantry airlift rather than a lack of ideas.
Chased you down and voted you as soon as I found out so that's that but you're also modifying your site and now I'm ****** because I can't take my vote back and vote you again.
Isn't that actually an infector? Pretty sure Cyborgs retained attached weaponry.
You're too late, asking for my vote.
But with this skin, I regret but having one vote to give to this mod.
I'm guessing Tiber.
The joke mainly relied on the fact that the defending Russian force eventually lost that one.
But at least Manty has the common courtesy to be capable of semi-automated self repair.
Yeah, yeah, we get it, Senty's the new Tiger. Will you make it break down at semi-regular intervals too? :p
For some reason, I have a sudden urge to reenact the battle of Kursk. Or at least Prokhorovka.
And yes, you typically have to make the reference for someone to get it. Though, I'm not really sure if outright writing out the lyrics counts for that.
Is that also the muzzle of a presumably 7.62 machinegun I spy to the left of the main gun? Yes, yes, I figure it's just cosmetic. But that doesn't mean it wouldn't be an interesting sight in a game.
Well, its shell is lighter and smaller than an equivalent rocket, right? :p
Shouldn't have explained it. Also, Tunguska. Don't forget the Tunguska.
I'd make a comment about the need for an HD texture pack but I'm neither capable of doing it, nor sure if it's even possible.
Took me a few seconds too, before I saw the hull outline.
48, according to the Wiki.
I don't think anyone's feeling any sort of nostalgia for the third one.
Most WWII flicks, I'd wager. And they're only 'good' because they're in the same universe as the GLA.
Though, I also think the war ends with Russia still kind of standing, for the most part.