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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Sgt_Shidner Mar 10 2013 says:

Ooooooo....pretty shiny building... O.o "Smithers....release the drones!" muhahah

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kijebe Mar 10 2013 says:

will drones be rolling along the conveyor belt?

its the little things

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rick42 Mar 10 2013 says:

GLA hijackers are going to hate this!

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Hackergrad Mar 29 2013 replied:

Yes, yes they will.
American General to GLA General: Dear general, one does not simply steal my units.

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InsurgentCeLL Mar 10 2013 says:

Judgement day is getting closer...

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Arcus2611 Mar 11 2013 says:

So, can we be expecting to see an expansion to the United States' arsenal of drones in the near future?

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JamBai Mar 11 2013 replied:

Yes there will be, MARS wrote this on the forums:
- There will be a hell of a lot more drone units coming. Unmanned units are basically a proper faction mechanic for the US from now on.

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JoeKidd Mar 11 2013 says:

Looks like a cross between the command vented and war factory

Looks great, I like the concept

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Kalga Mar 14 2013 says:

So when are we gonna get skynet and HK drones? ;P

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Warpath20 Mar 15 2013 says:

Ahh... the only thing missing now is a insane, psychopathic AI.

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Kalga Mar 15 2013 replied:

Where's CABAL when you need him/it?

(does that AI even have a gender?)

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5thHorseman Mar 16 2013 replied:

Technically not, but generally entities (AI's, deity's, etc) that do not have a specific gender either pick what they like best or get an assigned personality, which they may or may not change later on.

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Guest Mar 18 2013 says:

I love how these guys come up with all this new content, and don't just throw it out there. They actually stop to balance them!! I mean OMG I have never seen a mod team that is so careful and dedicated to fixing bugs and glitches and balancing the game as well as introducing a ton of new content! LOVE YOU BROS!!!

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Arkanium Mar 19 2013 says:

I actually had a similar idea for a drone assembly plant. You could have it produce a only few different drone types (say anti-infantry, AA, AT) but each time you want to start producing a different type it goes offline for a few seconds to refit the production lines. Once switched, it'll keep making drones, (and subtracting funds for each one) automatically until you switch production to the 'nothing' type. So you can assemble a force of drones more quickly and cheaply than normal but if you don't pay attention it could drain your funds dry, and will be slower than a normal War Factory if you keep switching types.

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Mernom May 16 2013 replied:

that i like.adds tactical taste to the game.

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Neo3602 Apr 17 2013 says:

what kind of drones will it be able to build besides the sentry drone?

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zerohourmod Oct 5 2013 says:

nice work swr production

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Lord_Chimera Mar 24 2014 says:

Why not call a hive nest? :)

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With an ever-growing number of unmanned combat systems entering service with the US military, the DoD has recently green-lighted a new directive which would disconnect the deployment of military drones from American field factories and centralise them at a new, dedicated structure. The Drone Assembly Plant is used to build a variety of military robots. According to many experts, this new generation of drones will fill the niche between infantry and vehicles, providing firepower and protection for a number of specialised purposes at a much more economical price.

Mar 10th, 2013
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