RA3 Reloaded is an partial total conversion and balance mod for Red Alert 3 designed to be the way it was meant to be played. It's not just only to return the right type of gameplay similar to vanilla C&C3;/KW but also to return some Uprising content from the RA3 Uprising expansion as well as other new units and new gameplay changes. This mod concentrates mostly on global changes and balances to gameplay.

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Jason_Zombolt Aug 25 2011, 1:40pm says:

...not a fan of replacing the top tank, with a lesser design.

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V.Metalic Aug 26 2011, 2:23pm replied:

*nod nod*

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PurpleGaga27 Aug 27 2011, 2:05pm replied:

It's a lesser design because this unit released with the source code was not meant for RA3, but for C&C3.

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Jason_Zombolt Aug 30 2011, 6:10pm replied:

No, I mean replace the RA3 unit with a RA1 unit, then put the RA3 Unit as a lesser unit. Make THIS the Heavy tank, and hide the missiles. Or have them as an upgrade.

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PurpleGaga27 Sep 2 2011, 12:20pm replied:

Well Madin didn't re-create the RA1 version of the Mammoth Tank. Probably one of the members in CNCLabs did it for "The Red Alert\" mod. That's all I know of.

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Blazerunner May 10 2013, 4:56pm replied:

The Mammoth Tank debuted in Red Alert (Windows 95 Edition) as the Soviet heavy unit of choice. Expensive as all fuckery, and notoriously hard to kill, it was made even nastier with the fact it was the first unit capable of even limited self-repair (up to 50%). Combining ridiculous armor, twin 120mm cannons, and turret-mounted rocket pods, the only suitable counters were Demo Trucks, Missile Subs and Cruisers.

It continued onto Tiberian Dawn, and even made showings in Tiberian Sun, admittedly under Forgotten control.

The Mammoth Mark 2 was, in fact, an immense warmech with twin railguns, a roof-mounted SAM rack, and dual 20mm heavy machineguns that made its' appearance in Tiberian Sun. Much like its' early Soviet counterparts, it maintained a limited self-repair, its' notoriety as a hard to kill unit, and ridiculously powerful counters, in this case, Cyborg Commandoes, Mutant Hijackers, and more superweapons.

The Mammoth Mark 3 brought an icon into the 2200s, bringing it back to its' quad-track roots with dual 120mm cannons (upgradable to railguns) and turret mounted missile racks. It STILL maintained an image as "hard to kill" with thick armor, and, once more, overly powerful counters... this time, without its' once-trademark limited self-repair, one needs to send in Rigs and Juggernaughts as additional support, or they're going to find their Mammoths eating dirt all too quickly... well, for Mammoths.

On the Red Alert side of the timestream, the Mammoth was renamed the Apocalypse Tank, but maintained its' iconic payload in Red Alert 2 and Yuri's Revenge.

The "Apocalypse" Tank then had its' rocket pods removed, and a set of grinders and a magnetic "harpoon" system installed for Red Alert 3 and Uprising.

So, I give you the history of an iconic unit that, honestly, never left the battlefield, it just had a few facelifts... and a payload change.

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KOYK_GR Oct 26 2013, 12:46pm replied:

It continued onto Tiberian Dawn,
first came the tiberian dawn and then red alert
just let you know

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L00Ng_StRyKr Nov 15 2013, 11:46pm replied:

If you ask me, the RA3 counterpart seriously needs more dakka, and the C&C3 and C&C4 versions lacked the Umpf they were renouned for. Part of being a BAMF unit is being badass...something EA has a hard time understanding.

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Tesla-Tank Aug 27 2011, 12:23am says:

If you want to replace the apocalypse tank, at least replace it with its early design. Early concept :http://images.ea.com/games/redalert3/Units/Apoc/RA3_ApocTank2.jpg

In game design

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PurpleGaga27 Aug 27 2011, 2:04pm replied:

The first images I have seen has that unit looked more like a Heavy Tank than an Apocalypse Tank. Where's the largeness in that?

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PsionicAssassin Aug 27 2011, 10:11pm replied:

I didn't really like the early beta Apoc design, it had the regular normal tank design, didn't look all tough and big.
No tesla reactor at it's back, no quad treads, and no sexy, sleek barrels.

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V.Metalic Sep 11 2011, 11:32am replied:

Still, this could be a good design for a heavy tank, a middle step between Hammer and Apocalypse.

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Tesla-Tank Aug 28 2011, 10:05am says:

But at least that apocalypse tank is related to the Red alert universe.
Or you can use that model and make it as another unit?

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Blazerunner May 10 2013, 5:00pm replied:


Dude... the Mammoth IS Red Alert... try playing The Red Alert (a remake of Red Alert 1 on the RA3 engine) sometime. Those ain't Apocalypse tanks them Soviets are fielding, those're Mammoths!

Apocs are just Mammoths with a facelift, a payload switch, and no self-repair (limited or otherwise) until they hit Elite rank.

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Evilhog Sep 27 2011, 4:17pm says:

Well, I like it. Mammoth tank is supposed to be a SERIOUS thing, it just won't look well in cartoonish style of the original RA3.

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L00Ng_StRyKr Nov 15 2013, 11:48pm replied:

*agreeing nod*

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Pofig Oct 12 2011, 4:11pm says:

Yeah apocalypse has been returned I am cast of deadly shadow))

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Nimostar Oct 14 2011, 1:16am says:

I liked this idea but you didn't do it at the end, did you?

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bask185 Nov 21 2011, 4:13pm says:

Now that is a the tank as it is supposed to be. The apocalypse tank of red alert 3 was so fckn ugly.

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L00Ng_StRyKr Feb 25 2013, 4:41pm says:

What's with all the mammy haters? geez it's better than the RA3 Apoc tank. It even has rockets...

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Blazerunner May 10 2013, 5:01pm replied:

Agreed... the Mammoth is Fricken AWESOME! ^_^

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Evulant Sep 8 2013, 6:02pm replied:

There is only one I know of, and that one's in the Project X mod.

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Evulant Sep 8 2013, 6:03pm says:

I seriously love the Mammoth MK1 design. Is there any site where a model of it got uploaded to?

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benqcrv Feb 14 2014, 5:35pm says:

Love the Mammoth MK1/Mastodon tank.

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Original concept by Westwood from C&C Renegade. Re-created, re-modified and publicly released for C&C3 by Madin with source codes. Re-modified coding by myself when imported into RA3.

This is the unit I am looking for to replace the mediocre designed Apocalypse Tank. With this replaceable unit on the field, that Apoc Tank shall become.... the Heavy Tank with RA1 taunts.

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