Dynamic Campaign Generator (DCG) is a mod for the games "Men of War" and "Men of War: Assault Squad" that randomly generates skirmish missions and lets you keep your surviving forces from one battle to another. Some people find this mod tricky to install the first time - please read the readme.txt carefully and ask for help (if you need it) on our forums here on this site, or at the game developer's site.

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User-made Operations Discussion Thread: (Games : Men of War : Mods : Dynamic Campaign Generator (DCG) : Forum : Operation discussion & downloads : User-made Operations Discussion Thread:) Locked
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Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi DCG Team - Infantry
Jun 1 2009 Anchor

This thread will be used to discuss the new Operations feature. (and user-made Operations)
Download and info in this thread:
Moddb.com
I'll compile some kind of user guide/list of features in this first post in a near future, but as for now, you'll have to find out yourself by looking at the operations included in the DCG download.

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(posted by Jvril)

Hi all!

My thanks for the creators of this great mod and the moderators of this forum! I got DCG 2.2. working fine, but -- pardon me if I'm a bit thick -- I really can't understand how to start a user-made, non-random historical operation (like Stalingrad, Market Garden) etc. I placed the operations in the "mods/campaign/operations" folder, and when I load the operation in the operation editor and click "done", I'm back in the initial menu, but when I click on "Start a New Campaign", I have to select the country & theater etc, and the dropdown menu only holds random operations.

Thanks in advance!

JVril
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You have to pick a campaign start date that corresponds with the operation's start date. The Stalingrad operation, as one example, starts in the 1st of August, 1942. I might have forgotten to write that at this site, and my apologies for that.
Just pick a start date between Aug 1 1942, and Oct 31 1942. (A winter version of Stalingrad will come at a later point)

Edited by: Kohlrabi

Sep 7 2009 Anchor

Thanks for the fast reply, Kohlrabi! Got it now, makes perfect sense!

JV

Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi DCG Team - Infantry
Sep 7 2009 Anchor

Nice! :)
We'll make the operations a bit more accessible in the future, I promise. ;)

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