Rise Of The Reds is an expansion mod for Generals: Zero Hour that adds the Russian Federation, European Continental Alliance and is packed with overhauls and changes to the original factions. Whether it's steamrolling Russians, indomitable European defenders, American high-tech, Chinese strength in numbers or the brutal cunning of the GLA - Rise of the Reds has a faction for everyone's tastes - even to take your opponents on land, air and sea!

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Chinese Nukeneer
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SlayerX3 Jul 30 2012, 2:05am says:

Haha damn chinese copied the Davy Crockett.

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kalidrone Jul 30 2012, 4:46am replied:

Indeed. XD lol

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AirborneSn1p3r Jul 30 2012, 6:32am replied:

i was thinking they have been playing metal gear solid 3!

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n5p29 Jul 30 2012, 9:28am replied: +2 votes     reply to comment
wojciech Jul 30 2012, 3:34pm replied:

ultimate "wapon"

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Chubrokoli Aug 9 2012, 7:03pm replied:

indeed muhahahahaha

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someguywhopwns Jul 30 2012, 2:06am says:

Nice. I sense another General bio is coming our way? :)

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Erydale Jul 30 2012, 2:30am replied:

The new gen bio is already up in the forums.

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IronRata Jul 30 2012, 2:20am says:

Good job ;)

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Veco Jul 30 2012, 2:21am says:

oh time to reinstall first decade...

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Erydale Jul 30 2012, 2:32am says:

Awesome name! Looks great, should be useful. Love the mention of our good old crazy nuke gen in the lore.

Can they garrison buildings or bunkers?

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murauder Jul 30 2012, 2:40am says:

I think y'all are making the chinese too loose with nuke weapons.

I know I'm gonna get thumbs down for this.

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Erydale Jul 30 2012, 2:42am replied:

Not really. Ultimately it's going to be unique to a general. Plus the nuke general in vanilla ZH and ShW were way more loose with nukes. Then in ROTR you need to spend a general's point to deploy nukes.

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murauder Jul 30 2012, 2:53am replied:

good point.

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phoenix8 Jul 30 2012, 3:50am says:

Nice. :)

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8ft_Robot Jul 30 2012, 5:20am says:

Undeniably Chinese.

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CptIstvanofArdeal Jul 30 2012, 7:52am says:

nice a very pratical aproach

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APB_ICE Jul 30 2012, 2:15pm says:

We bear gifts... now in fun-size! :D

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Commandodiamond Jun 29 2013, 8:51am replied:

Also party sized!

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waldo101 Jul 30 2012, 4:02pm says:

will this be in 1.72??

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Comr4de Creator
Comr4de Jul 30 2012, 5:05pm replied:


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waldo101 Jul 31 2012, 4:10pm replied:


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ComeradeStalin Jul 30 2012, 5:25pm says:

When I first read the name "Nukeneer" in the updates, I decided that it will be engineer with nuclear case!

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Zeke_Dlyoung Jul 31 2012, 7:06pm replied:

"Hey buddy, I'm a nukeneer, and I solve problems."

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Aviation2001 Jul 30 2012, 5:49pm says:

This day is to be remembered

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Cremoso Jul 31 2012, 11:47pm says:

Yeah, but arc or straigh ahead trajectory? Or both? Can it get garrisoned In bunkers?

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Comr4de Creator
Comr4de Aug 3 2012, 8:09pm replied:

They can but they wont shoot out of them. This meaning they can get into any transport but may not fire from fireports and such. That would be nuts.

As far as its trajectory; your typical parabolic trajectory will do =)

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Red★Strike Aug 7 2013, 7:09am says:

what is he looking for?? GET FIGHT !!! :P

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In 2014, a seemingly innocuous train crashed a few kilometres outside Mudanjiang in the North-East of China. Moments later, the residents of the city outskirts were shaken awake by a bright flash and the sound of a massive explosion. The military was quickly dispatched to lock down the surrounding area and recover the wreckage whilst official Chinese news agencies merely reported of a conventional gas explosion. However, leaked internal reports later revealed the disturbing truth to the world: The train was actually carrying an entire arsenal of experimental sub-kiloton nuclear shells, designed for short-range tactical delivery by means of a heavy infantry mortar. Shockingly, the weapons were only equipped with the most basic safety mechanisms, one of which had now failed catastrophically. Colonel Tsing Shi Tao, the lead designer of the new weapon, quickly realised that this disaster could cost him his entire career. In a surprising move, the man who would later become a hotly debated figure for his liberal use of atomic bombs against GLA holdouts in Central Asia donned a protective suit and organised the entire recovery of the remaining shells himself from within the blast zone, averting what could have easily become one of the most devastating nuclear disasters in history. The development of the new warhead was put on halt, as it was deemed too unsafe even by its creator. Several years later, the young General Hu Tan Mau gave the project another chance and has recently adopted a revised version with improved safety features for use by his mortar operators, who jokingly refer to themselves as "The Nukeneers" for their drastic approach to practical problems on the battlefield.

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