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Advanced Warfare is a Sci-Fi mod for Red Alert 3, however, realistic gameplay elements, which does _NOT_ imply scientific correctness, like tanks taking more damage on the rear than on the front or the sides, or normal tank shots killing infantry on one shot. The story takes place around the year 2700 after earth. (In our years, that's around 5600.)

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CTF Defense cannons
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Sarge_Rho Dec 31 2009, 7:54am says:

This is a anti-ground defense, fires a concentrated burst of ions.

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master_oli-p Dec 31 2009, 12:26pm says:

interesting, the pose makes it hard to actually see a great deal, but it looks quite good. Again though, missing a capture pad. Do these not have capture pads?

also, the physics is there so smiles all round :)

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Sarge_Rho Dec 31 2009, 12:51pm replied:

The capture pad is a separate building, so it is not shown on renders. The current one is only a placeholder anyway.

Btw, I tried to keep it somewhat accurate: It is pretty much a particle cannon, one that fires Ionised particles at near lightspeed...the recoil is only for the visuals :P

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Sarge_Rho Dec 31 2009, 1:07pm replied:

Also, the "base" of this gun is the same as the Tarion cannon.

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