Imagine a world where the Allies didn't win the war, nor did the Axis. Instead, the war just continued on and on in an unsteady stalemate. Welcome, to the world of 1949. In this world Germany decided not to bomb London, but instead continued its attacks on Britain's airfields. Then, the Russians lost at Kursk. Finally, D-Day fails. With these victories, Germany has managed to halt the Allie's progress. In the Western Theatre, the Allies and the Axis each plan the invasion of the other's vital territories. In the Pacific, Japan and the United States are dueling over tiny islands with giant fleets and atomic weapons. Now, the stalemate is about to be broken. Germany is preparing an all out invasion of Britain. As tough and valiant as the Allied troops defending the Sceptered Isle are, some of their leaders are beginning to that they will be unable to hold against the Wehrmacht.

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Centurion WIP
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Sgt_Shidner
Sgt_Shidner Aug 9 2011, 7:07pm says:

Love...you...guys. Thanks for including this tank. :)

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worldwar2freak
worldwar2freak Aug 9 2011, 7:46pm says:

Something that can combat the Maus hopefully?

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MartyForEels
MartyForEels Aug 19 2011, 6:37am replied:

Even group of superlight tanks would defeat maus. That thing was insane.

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yeoldewar
yeoldewar Aug 9 2011, 8:57pm says:

no way it could beat a maus kts maybe but no maus i think the first centurions were equiped with 17 pounders.

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stukatankkiller
stukatankkiller Aug 10 2011, 3:35am replied:

they wer ebut the mod will probably include the 20 pounder or 105mm at least i jope cause then if they sue a 17pounder we will get a very expensive firefly tank

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AwayPeskyFlies
AwayPeskyFlies Aug 17 2011, 4:33pm replied:

17 pounders are still extremely powerful

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BabylonDemolitionist
BabylonDemolitionist Aug 19 2011, 6:19pm replied:

A 17 Pounder close up from behind would suffice.

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Geth_Prime
Geth_Prime Aug 9 2011, 9:53pm says:

finally some British stuff! can wait to see it skinned.

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βéϯд
βéϯд Aug 10 2011, 6:06am says:

my reply is copied from M.Bison.. Check youtube if you dont understand :P
btw i was hoping for this tank, thanks for adding it!

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BarnesMK2
BarnesMK2 Aug 10 2011, 7:13am says:

you must add the ARL 44 and the T-44 / 54 for russian faction.

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doveva
doveva Aug 10 2011, 8:08am says:

May be you add T-95 for american faction?

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AwayPeskyFlies
AwayPeskyFlies Aug 12 2011, 5:02pm says:

britain seems like it would be starved of resources at the moment so i doubt here would be many centurions. Ex. german u-boats, attacks on london and such and the war in north africa

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Lord_Wiffleby Author
Lord_Wiffleby Aug 12 2011, 6:50pm says:

Britain won in North Africa. Germany gets most of its oil from the Caucasus. A small Soviet control buffer exists around Stalingrad and stretches up to Moscow, but the Caucasus and a lot of other regions have fallen to German control. As for British resources, yes they are wearing somewhat thin, but they aren't starving for them. The Americans are helping to provide for them, of course. Additionally, for some reason, the Germans seem to be concentrating less on producing U-boats, and focusing on developing some other type of submersible naval craft...

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AwayPeskyFlies
AwayPeskyFlies Aug 12 2011, 8:35pm says:

i just put my thoughts together from the info from a lot of ur other posts i didnt know that the africa campaign was lost but its no big deal

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Warblood
Warblood Sep 7 2011, 9:18am says:

I think the Germans need the SS Schwarzwolf instead of the Maus - although I doubt that any models exist. They would also have a bunch of variations of the E-Series chassis (Arty, SPG etc.), all the while phasing out the old, non-standard tanks.

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AwayPeskyFlies
AwayPeskyFlies Sep 13 2011, 12:31pm says:

Meh maus and tiger maus is just fine

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Maus_ace
Maus_ace Oct 13 2011, 3:30pm says:

E-100 and Maus for germans,why u dont add an IS7 for russians and t30for USA and TOG2 for british

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vikior
vikior Oct 20 2011, 3:54am says:

Maus wloud be beaten by a superlight tank.That thing had movement speed of 1 kmph and it required that much oil that you cloud use that quantity of oil to fuel 5 KING TIGERS!!!!!!!!!!!
FROM WHERE CLOUD THE GERMANS GET ALL THAT OIL???!!!

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This model was created by Aidas2 some time ago, but I'm currently working on getting it animated and textured, which has been difficult since I didn't have 3ds Max until recently. I don't really like releasing WIP images, but someone pointed out to me that there have been only a few pieces of armor shown so far. Realizing that the person in question was correct, I couldn't help but show at least a sign of things to come. Don't worry, many more tanks are on the way, and should be ready to show once Adiya gets back from vacation. This will hopefully tide you over until then, though. The recent rash of infantry portraits has been because I already finished the textures of a very crucial Panzer, and am merely waiting for Adiya's return before other excellent tanks are produced.

As for information on this model, you are correct if you identify it as a Centurion tank, and yes, it will belong to the British faction.

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