Command and Conquer 3: The Forgotten aims to bring back and tell the story of a fascinating faction. The Forgotten, featured in Tiberian Sun and Firestorm, are an ever-growing group of individuals afflicted with Tiberium-based illnesses. Detested, marginalized, and oppressed by the three superpowers, The Forgotten have begun to rally against GDI, Nod, and the Scrin. Since their story is not featured in C&C 3, the mod aims to tell it in a compelling fashion, through a deep singleplayer campaign, unique faction composition, and engaging gameplay. The Forgotten is also the only mod to feature high-definition Full Motion Videos, just like real C&C games, that advance the story.

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bobian414 Sep 19 2010, 1:10am says:

now can you add a scrin Growth Accelerator to it?

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Alex_06 Sep 19 2010, 1:49am replied:

Nope, you can't build an accelerator on top of it, unfortunately. It makes sense anyways, seeing as how it's alive and how the Forgotten have learned to manipulate Tiberian Life while the Scrin can't do that.

Besides, Tiberium craters that spawn Tiberium are actually normal terrain with the crater on top and the terrain part made invisible. The Growth Accelerator can only be placed on invisible terrain, and you can't code something to make terrain invisible, so unfortunately, it's a limit within the game's coding.

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-Golan- Sep 19 2010, 4:21am replied:

Erm, the GA build method doesn't factor in visibility of terrain. It only uses a special BuildPlacementType which is only supplied by craters as well as the BuildOnRequiredObjectKindOf set to only accept tiberium based objects.

You can even see this on custom maps where the terrain hasn't been made invisible and you can usually still place an GA on a crater.

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bobian414 Sep 19 2010, 5:04pm replied:


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HOPE1134 Sep 19 2010, 1:12am says:

can you destroy the tree?

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Alex_06 Sep 19 2010, 1:37am says:

You can't destroy the tree. I don't know if the Scrin can build an accelerator over it. I'll try it out and come back to you on that one.

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Gregthegen Sep 19 2010, 12:48pm replied:

Who would want to destry such a wonderful *deadly* work of art?

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Zealot671 Sep 20 2010, 3:49pm replied:


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Archon_of_Darkness Sep 21 2010, 7:52pm replied:

Indeed, my friend.

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Keksz Sep 24 2010, 3:44pm replied:

suck on one of those crystals and you know why :P

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((;^GrimReaper^;)) Jan 24 2011, 7:14pm replied:

Forgotten Marauder #1: yeah sure go ahead...
GDI Soldier(extremely dumb): what is it??
Forgotten Marauder #2:oh its rock candy...we grow it around here..
(the marauders look at eachother with a look that says "this guy is a complete *******"
GDI Soldier: is it safe??
Both Forgotten Marauders: Oh yeah it is...
(GDI soldiers picks a good sized tib crystal and sucks on)
{Both Forgotten Marauder just laugh and walk away still laughing their ***** off)

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The Blossom Tree Support Power provides a secondary source of income for The Forgotten. It enables The Forgotten to plant a Blossom Tree, as seen in Tiberian Dawn, on the battlefield. The Blossom Tree grows classic Tiberium, which is worth less than modern Tiberium, but which regrows faster, supplying a steady source of income to Forgotten commanders.

Model and texture by Tsumetai.

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