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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Galacticruler Dec 9 2012, 1:52am says:

"Vaguely reminiscent of the M7 Priest artillery of World War II fame, these medium-wei..."

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Nuttah Dec 9 2012, 8:09am replied:

Hey, even if most people prefer to remember Sherman zerg rushes, it doesn't change the fact that the Priest was a rather handy piece of equipment once mobile warfare came into play.
Artillery is known as "The king of battle," for a reason. Once said king can actually follow the battle...bad things happen to the side that can't keep up.

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Ratonhnhaké:ton Dec 10 2012, 8:50am replied:

sherman zerg rush lol

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Rikuo Dec 9 2012, 1:53am says:

so this is the light artillery unit that i saw...

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Superjeno Dec 9 2012, 3:34am says:

"light" artillery unit huh :P
Oh these teases are such a blessing and a curse at the same time, lads =o

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Rikuo Dec 9 2012, 7:40am replied:

yeah it's "light"...
until they swarm your base like those pesky infernos...
then it's frickin' "bright"!!...

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Comr4de Dec 9 2012, 4:06am says:

Light because it moves so fast, not so light when it stings.

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someguywhopwns Dec 9 2012, 4:08am says:

Hmmm... does this unit have to deploy to fire?

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CptIstvanofArdeal Dec 9 2012, 4:09am says:

nice i love it

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Slye_Fox Dec 9 2012, 4:27am says:

Yay, a British unit.

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Rikuo Dec 9 2012, 7:55am says:

*looks at the ammos...
wow, they're flat...

well i'm not being offensive...
i just want to point to others that you give importance to the tiniest details...
you could have just placed a covered munitions box, but you did not...
and that's what i like about the SWR team...
you give importance to every detail that would make the whole thing look good (well at least when it's zoomed out :D)...
very dedicated to the mod and does all to satisfy our eyes with ROTR...

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Nuttah Dec 9 2012, 8:04am replied:

Even zoomed in, it'd look better than the normal game.

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Rikuo Dec 9 2012, 8:13am replied:

yeah that's right coz EA just wanted money out of the gamers...
but it's weird to see flat shells right?...

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Nuttah Dec 9 2012, 8:48am replied:

Better than no shells.

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explosivebob89 Dec 9 2012, 8:25am says:

This is just plain Sexy. . .very nice work

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TimberWolfer Dec 10 2012, 7:51pm replied:

Suddenly, Google
Did you mean 11th doctor's TARDIS?

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Maskep Dec 9 2012, 12:06pm says:


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Arkanium Dec 11 2012, 2:51pm says:

Interesting... so with the upgrade they can fire further than they'd normally acquire a target, like Patriots.

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jazztobak Nov 30 2014, 10:27am says:

I think the swedish archer artillery system would make a way cooler artillery piece

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Vaguely reminiscent of the M7 Priest artillery of World War II fame, these medium-weight, open-topped vehicles entered service with the British Army as part of the MoD's re-armament plan which was put into action after the new government of the populist 'Hope and Glory' party had announced the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the increasingly assertive European Union in the mid-2020s. Picking up on the traditions of the past in an effort to secure a safe, self-determined future, the country proceeded to engage in an increased exchange with its old Commonwealth allies, particularly Australia, India and Canada, whose economies remained relatively stable throughout the Global War on Terror, which put the UK in an advantageous position by the time stability returned to the continent several years later. Meanwhile, many 'lean and fast' units of the Army had been turned back into heavy, hard-hitting territorial defence forces and the Royal Armoured Corps was no exception. Operating alongside a new model of Britain's time-tested Challenger tank, the Mortar Track provides mobile artillery support on the go. Its powerful 120mm mortar cannon can lay down a rapid, unceasing barrage of shells thanks to its automatic loading system and the latest software upgrade for the targeting computer, which is yet to be applied to all available vehicles, allows Mortar Tracks to relay targets between each other.

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