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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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Deployed Leopards with forcebarriers.
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feillyne Staff
feillyne Apr 12 2010, 8:04am says:

Hmmm, still doesn't look like it can't move. ;-)

Maybe it should be half burrowed in the ground? Or at least a little bit to show that it can't move / it's grounded?

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Apr 12 2010, 9:10am replied:

I never had the intention to make it look like immobile, tho, it already looks immobile enough.

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horny97
horny97 Apr 12 2010, 9:01am says:

That looks better, force barrier makes it look 'defensive'.

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Dibelius
Dibelius Apr 12 2010, 9:31am says:

This reminds me of that Ground Control 2 tank with the same ability.

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Apr 12 2010, 9:52am replied:

Mostly because it's based on it.

Btw, it's called "Ravager Terradyne", I think.

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ℒuna-tic™
ℒuna-tic™ Apr 12 2010, 9:21pm says:

The barrier doesn't look strong enough.

Just my opinion :)

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KaanTech
KaanTech Apr 14 2010, 10:00am says:

i agree that

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