The fine individuals who have brought you C&C Tiberian Dawn Redux have began working on the only remaining Tiberian Sun themed Mod still in active development for C&C Generals Zero Hour! The mod will feature all of the Original Tiberian Sun and Firestorm units, it will also our goal to feature all of the original Multiplayer maps and Missions. The First Tiberian War is over but the second one is coming... are you ready Commander?

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ApornasPlanet
ApornasPlanet Jan 29 2014, 7:31am says:

wow! that's a really cool interpretation of the fiend!

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TheObscure
TheObscure Jan 29 2014, 11:14am says: Online

Kodo fiends...they seem very devastating

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TiberiousKirk
TiberiousKirk Jan 29 2014, 1:18pm says:

I always pictured the fiend more wolf or dog like, personally :/

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Jeffman12
Jeffman12 Jan 29 2014, 1:33pm replied:

Yes, that's how they're typically described... and the size of a horse.

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Havok1o1
Havok1o1 Jan 29 2014, 1:35pm replied:

I recall, when they attacked, they sounded a lot like a pig or boar.

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7ty7
7ty7 Jan 29 2014, 1:50pm replied:

yea they kinda did a feral oink oink thing while destrying your army. I always associated them to boars.

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TiberiousKirk
TiberiousKirk Jan 29 2014, 3:02pm replied:

I always attributed that as an effect of the Tiberium poisoning, impairing the vocal chords.

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MrTaxikiller
MrTaxikiller Jan 29 2014, 2:12pm replied:

Yeah but a Wolf or Dog doesn't look that dangerous, I mean come'on do they look like something you want to run away from ?

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TiberiousKirk
TiberiousKirk Jan 29 2014, 2:59pm replied:

That depends, is it snarling,arching its back, pinning its ears, and the size of a horse? I think that could inspire fear.

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MrTaxikiller
MrTaxikiller Jan 30 2014, 12:40pm replied:

There are dogs with the size of a pony, but I wanted to do something original. Model can change in development, maybe I'm going for more variations of the fiend.

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Jeffman12
Jeffman12 Jan 31 2014, 10:11pm replied:

Problem with these is that they don't look fast or predatorial, they look like grazing animals that you might not want to spook.

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Xofolez
Xofolez Jan 29 2014, 7:05pm replied:

no, more like something that deserves a rock and a pokeball thrown at it :P lol nice work taxi

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OmeG
OmeG Jan 29 2014, 2:54pm says:

They look like mutated cattle that graze on tiberium... Not that that is a bad concept in itself, their attack could be to charge at their target. While a tiberium wolf-like fiend hunts these beasts going cloaked (camouflaged) when in tiberium fields. Never liked the original ranged attack of shooting tiberium and oinking...

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Valherran
Valherran Jan 29 2014, 4:07pm says:

Why the hell does it look like the Kodo Beast from WarCraft? O.o

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MrTaxikiller
MrTaxikiller Feb 19 2014, 2:27pm replied:

it is :)

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Shadow_Micha
Shadow_Micha Jan 30 2014, 1:25pm says:

All we need is neither GDI or Nod. All we need is the ORC riding those beast XD

"For the horde!!!"

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Jeffman12
Jeffman12 Feb 9 2014, 3:15am says:

If you really want these in here, I think your best option is to not have them take the place of the iconic Tiberium Fiend, and instead represent a new and different creature entirely.

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tomsons26
tomsons26 Mar 16 2014, 8:36pm says:

lol, no.
The Tiberium Fiend is a mutated dog.PERIOD
Firestorm manual:
"The fiend usually appears as a quadruped similar in shape to a terrestrial dog, but more the size of a large horse or small elephant. The underlying skin is usually a
blackish-brown to red color, but in most cases this is completely covered
by a growth of pure Tiberium crystals on its back.
There are documented cases of members of the Forgotten training (if not domesticating) fiends for use as “guard dogs”. Specimens have also been
seen responding to perceived acts of kindness."

From a old press release:
"Also known as Canus Tiberius, it is believed the Tiberium Fiend is a mutated version of the common dog which has grown to monumental size and sprouted Tiberium crystals from its back. Yes, you may remember them from Tiberian Sun, but these new improved versions are larger and tougher. Like the Viceroid, Tiberium Fiends can cure their wounds when in direct contact with Tiberium, making them difficult foes to engage in the middle of a Tiberium field. While the beasts usually attack with a clawing or biting attack, they can also launch poisonous Tiberium crystals from their backs, much to the woe of their intended target. There have recently been reports of Tiberium Fiends seen used as guard dogs by members of the Forgotten, but details of this are sketchy."

As for the sound its making, is a stock black scorpion track.
BLACK SCORPION, SHORT SCREECH
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Ahrimansiah
Ahrimansiah Apr 11 2014, 2:37pm says:

i do agree that they are not like tiberium fiends but they do looks cool except the lipstick part :P

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darkyuri
darkyuri Jul 8 2014, 12:14pm says:

awesome nice

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