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Bulldog Popup Turret
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(2142)Gen.Reaper Dec 2 2012, 1:36pm says:

Reminds me of the popup Maginot turret from Blitzkrieg 2 mod that the Allies could build early in the game. But then again that is what it's based off of.

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assidiq178 Dec 2 2012, 1:47pm says:

now, whats i call pop-up turret.
i think its was a fusion of SHW gen. Alexander's Pop-up Turret with ROTR USA's Protector Missile System....
BTW, is it stealthed ?

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CommanderDef Dec 2 2012, 1:51pm says:

And if it is stealth, can you make "disable fire" button for it?

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IPS Dec 2 2012, 1:53pm replied:

it has two modes:
active (dakkadakka)
and passive (where it is stealthed and repairs itself)

you have to activate and deactivate it manually

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JackiChain Dec 2 2012, 2:48pm replied:

If it's stealth are you going to make it look like the envirement, it would make more sence and look more awesome than it already does.

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Anubis_theDark Dec 2 2012, 2:58pm replied:

Because ofc details like that, that take alot of time to create, really change gameplay value.

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Killer_fagot Dec 3 2012, 4:05am replied:

Holy **** does ECA have a lot of defences, is this all for the defence general or is it for every general?

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willychong8921 Dec 7 2012, 4:33am replied:

Can I group select and press "D" any short-key for this like the old Zero Hour??

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waldo101 Dec 2 2012, 3:08pm says:

Will the ECA still have the goal keeper as well i was looking forwards to intercepting enemy planes and missiles.

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kijebe Dec 2 2012, 3:10pm says:




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Xofolez Dec 2 2012, 3:18pm says:

LOL its the NOD Shredder on roids.. place 3-6 in the middle of the "kill zone" for the main defense to flank and destroy the enemy from both sides

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SoloTurk Dec 2 2012, 3:18pm says:

Very cool and also it likes a mole.

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sgfan206 Dec 2 2012, 4:13pm says:

That reminds me of the Gas Turret from the Ordos in "Emperor - Battle for Dune" ...

Especially that shining green eye-like thing on the top! Is this just a coincidence?! :D

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White_Hand Dec 2 2012, 5:40pm replied:

Im surprised that you didn't mention those Ordos popup turrets...

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sgfan206 Dec 3 2012, 4:30pm replied:

Well, that's what I actually meant ... I just didn't knew how they were called again ... only the gas turrets remained in my mind ... :P

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Andi382 Dec 2 2012, 5:42pm says:

Will the goal keeper be still there ?

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murauder Dec 3 2012, 3:22am says:

chuck a grenade in there once it pops up, but that's if you managed to get close enough without getting turned into red mist.

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AirborneSn1p3r Dec 4 2012, 1:00pm says:

the eca will need all of this for stoping those damn ruskies! :)

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pixel00 Dec 5 2012, 7:01am says:

this guys is the god of C&C General Mod. go SWR Production

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gerschmid Dec 6 2012, 7:49pm says:

will the upgraades for it be for each turret
or will it be like a buy one upgrade for all turrets

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The_God_Of_All_Dogz Mar 1 2013, 7:19pm says:

well somebody payed attention in school! that is a hightech maginot line gun

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The Bulldog is a fully self-automated defensive emplacement developed and used by the Royal Netherlands Army. Taking inspirations from the hidden fortifications of Switzerland as well as the historical Maginot line of France, these turrets have been placed alongside key strategic locations in many European countries, ready to pop out of the ground and engage hostile invaders upon activation by senior command. Depending on the operational clearance of the commander in charge, the Bulldog can deploy its weapons according to three operational routines: The most basic mode, dubbed 'Argus' after the faithful dog of Odysseus, uses its dual 20mm gatling guns to riddle enemy footsoldiers and light vehicles. The second mode, named after the two-headed dog 'Orthus', adds a set of shaped-charge rocket launchers for use against armoured targets. Finally, the third and most powerful mode, named 'Cerberus' after the three-headed canine guardian of the underworld, uses both previous weapons in addition to a set of vertically launched surface-to-air missiles. This allows the Bulldog Turret to defeat a variety of threats and it can also be ordered to retract into its underground shelter to repair and conceal itself after an attack, making it useful as an ambush weapon by itself or as a component of a defensive line.

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