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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American Mule Drone
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SveaRikeSoldier
SveaRikeSoldier Nov 11 2013, 2:26pm says:

Very nice model but that Missile Defender launcher looks very out of place amongs the detailed textures of the other parts of the drone. But still a very nice model!

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Anubis_theDark
Anubis_theDark Nov 11 2013, 2:35pm replied:

This thing is just a bit bigger than a sentry drone. That detail ingame is about as visible as a crack on china's great wall while looking from space :P

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Mr_Kim
Mr_Kim Nov 11 2013, 6:25pm replied:

It was already showed about 6 months ago on facebook.

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AlphaZulu
AlphaZulu Nov 11 2013, 2:29pm says:

I love it!

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Nuttah
Nuttah Nov 11 2013, 2:48pm says:

Kind of reminds me of a MALP from Stargate.
Though, those would carry a .50 at best and had to have a gunner.
And they had wheels.

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Woozle
Woozle Nov 11 2013, 9:56pm replied:

It really does look like a MALP, also, other then fire support what is the actual ingame purpose of this thing, it would make more sense in a game like Men of War.

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Nuttah
Nuttah Nov 12 2013, 1:22am replied:

Carries extra ammo so the troops can be a bit more lax with the worrying about it; ROF bonus.
It's basically a tiny remote controlled truck, just like the other one was before they realised they can use them as scouts.

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Mernom
Mernom Nov 11 2013, 3:17pm says:

So this grants increased fire rare like the support power?

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Mr_Kim
Mr_Kim Nov 11 2013, 6:22pm replied:

Same effect as Tech Armory and gives a small increase fire rate.

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Sithis44
Sithis44 Nov 11 2013, 4:58pm says:

Looks really cool, but I think it might be as big as the Bradley from the looks of it.

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theawesometrex
theawesometrex Nov 11 2013, 6:39pm says:

That is baddass no doubt about it!

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renzjericho
renzjericho Nov 12 2013, 3:16am says:

Why does it look like a Chinese Dragon Tank gone US?

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MARS2588
MARS2588 Nov 12 2013, 3:32am replied:

Not intentional, but I can see why you'd make that connection. Both vehicles are very compact and have a small turret that is mounted close to the front. That's where the similarities end though, since their functions are completely different^^

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sting2death
sting2death Nov 12 2013, 7:11am says:

So what does it do ingame? Apart from shooting and sending out flairs, does it produce an area where infantry would should twice as fast?

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Neo3602
Neo3602 Nov 12 2013, 1:36pm replied:

Yes, though I don't think that it will double their fire rate

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sting2death
sting2death Nov 13 2013, 2:20am replied:

"You can load anything from magazines and ammo boxes to missiles and shells onto this thing and grab whatever you need in the heat of battle. That way, our grunts can be extra generous and put out an overwhelming volume of fire."

It sounded like it might =P

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Macindux
Macindux Nov 12 2013, 9:42am says:

So this is the unit I've been seeing in the screenshots recently, looks like a GLA Scorpion tank gone US.

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renzjericho
renzjericho Nov 13 2013, 4:27am replied:

No.. Its a Chinese Dragon Tank with its Flamethrowers removed and became robotic and is used to transport large piles of Weapons

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sgtnoobkilla
sgtnoobkilla Nov 12 2013, 12:52pm says:

Those ammo crates look like they'd fall off the moment the MULE moved, especially that jerrycan.

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SoraZ
SoraZ Nov 13 2013, 4:25am replied:

They are magnetically secured.

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The_Freedom_Fighter
The_Freedom_Fighter Nov 16 2013, 1:45am replied:

How does that work?

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daniel8599
daniel8599 Nov 18 2013, 7:41pm replied:

Just throw in some metal on the containers and the thing holding them is magnetically attracted and therefor attached to the thingy.

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theawesometrex
theawesometrex Nov 15 2013, 12:40am says:

I'm wondering what kind of...eh...voice over they are going to use for this! Hope it's not the sentry drone sounds.

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W0rldEmperor
W0rldEmperor Nov 27 2013, 6:18pm replied:

I think they could do the Controler voice like:"Drone on the way sir"...

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KimJongUn2
KimJongUn2 Nov 15 2013, 2:43am says:

pls do PAC-3 missile defends system the cold war aa sucks

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LordChimera
LordChimera Mar 24 2014, 4:50am says:

More drones. One would think that the US has become some kind of hivemind...

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"Now, here's an interesting factoid for you: In statistical terms, the US military has expended 250.000 bullets on every insurgent killed during our campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq back in the day. When the War on Terror went Global, that number got even worse and we faced about ten times as many bad guys at a time. If you're up against an enemy as blood-crazed and fanatical as the GLA, the last thing you'll want is to run dry in the middle of a firefight. Our ammunition makers could barely keep up with this extreme demand and even if you've got enough bullets to keep the dakka going, you still need the logistics to distribute them among your troops. This, my friends, is what the Mule Drone is all about. What you're looking at right here is a new, state-of-the-art unmanned ground vehicle. The Mule is rugged, reliable and armed to the teeth: You can load anything from magazines and ammo boxes to missiles and shells onto this thing and grab whatever you need in the heat of battle. That way, our grunts can be extra generous and put out an overwhelming volume of fire. This also brings us to the Mule's own armament which consists of an M134 minigun and an array of flare launchers that can be used to draw enemy anti-aircraft fire away from out planes. It is this excellent combination of mobility, utility and lethality which earned the Mule a spot in the armoury of America's most elite special forces."

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