Total Conversion mod. Takes Company of Heroes from WW2 to the Vietnam Conflict.

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Marksman64 Aug 20 2012, 10:02pm says:

Epic:) keep up the good work!

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TheSoldier Aug 20 2012, 10:10pm says:

Don't make the Pre-War Weapons Upgrades all free. Maybe reduce cost be 50%, making them free just seems OP.

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ubermensche Aug 20 2012, 10:12pm replied: Online

Agreed, either reduce costs or just make it a universal upgrade.

Btw I hope that you guys are gonna add the Aussies.

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-M1Stinger- Aug 20 2012, 10:18pm replied:

its only mosin and ppsh

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JesusOfCalgary Aug 20 2012, 10:21pm replied:

Aussies could still make it into MP somehow but as of now they're only featured in our 2 mission campaign.

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s-a-m-m-y-1 Dec 22 2012, 6:35pm replied:

What about a ANZAC division instead?

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Kestral2 Aug 21 2012, 11:24am replied:

For 4 points? That's like 10 minutes in game. A lot can happen in that time. Besides Maybe 75 percent would be better

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JesusOfCalgary Aug 21 2012, 2:28pm replied:

It's not 4 points into the game it's 7. That's about a half hour at least I'd say. Well, assuming under normal circumstances against someone of your skill level. Also assuming you aren't just going up the doctrine tree one side at a time. But I think vCOH doctrines only have 8 points required for each side of the tree max (or maybe its 9 for some) but anyways, our mod has 10 for each branch so 20 total which is more than the total amount of CPs you can even have in vCOH.

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TheEmperorsChampion. Aug 20 2012, 10:11pm says:

Ahh yeah Spetnaz! So will the more advanced tanks the NVA (Pt76 and T54) be available regardless of doctrine? Or are they included in another?

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-M1Stinger- Aug 20 2012, 10:17pm replied:

Gotta sort that out

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QuakeRiley Aug 20 2012, 10:36pm says:

Looks pretty good.

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ALECOS Aug 20 2012, 11:12pm says:

Ohhhh i like can we hope to see a american tree soon :)?

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FnuFnu* Aug 20 2012, 11:22pm says:

Very sleak and stylish.

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JesusOfCalgary Aug 20 2012, 11:25pm says:

Oh hey @Aaron, I changed it up a little and made it so that the ability Russian Army Training costs 2 pts and the Food thing is at 1 because in high resources mode you could get improved accuracy and suppression resistance right off the bat making the VC way too powerful for early game cannon fodder.

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Kestral2 Aug 21 2012, 11:27am says:

For having the radar at the bottom its sorta useless fro end game bonuses. Just sayin I could care less what he is building if he already has all buildings up BEFORE I GET IT. So that I can see him build....what...pillboxes?

maybe move it up the doctrine list. Anyways overall great stuff.

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JesusOfCalgary Aug 21 2012, 1:12pm replied:

No, it is like the commonwealth commando ability which lets you know what units theyre producing aka building. Not what theyre literally constructing on the field.

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Kestral2 Aug 23 2012, 9:13am says:

OH, my bad.....XD

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Reborn:X Sep 24 2012, 5:30am says:

The IRL has a icon of a WWII German Nebelwerfer.

Ruskie liason icon looks like a Wehrmacht or a NVA officer.

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JesusOfCalgary Sep 30 2012, 2:39am replied:

That is not a german nebelwerfer, it looks very similar but it is not.

And well it is a russian officer so...

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Timgao929 Nov 5 2012, 10:05pm replied:

That MLRS is Chinese type 63, one of the greatest guerrilla weapon ever created. Even these days they are still causing headache for Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan, as they can be easily launched without a launcher. The Soviet officer you have mentioned is fine, I think. By the way I think they should have Mi-4 or Mi-8 helicopter support in this tech-tree, for the NVA helicopters were very rare and mainly supplied by foreign powers(mainly Soviet Union and China, and perhaps some Warsaw Pact nations).

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Frosty_Guy Nov 11 2012, 9:50am says:


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