Shadows of Fire is a mod based on texturing and modifying models. I changed large part of textures in order to give more realism. Brits now wear the real battle dress, axis have grey and tan uniforms; I have created many new units too, changing rolevariations, combining models and cutting parts of textures. I have rebalanced costs, reload times and weapons, trying to give more realism. As soon as possible i will add images and something else.

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aidas2
aidas2 Mar 6 2011, 6:53am says:

Now that's interesting.

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stukatankkiller
stukatankkiller Mar 6 2011, 10:15am says:

heheh ad girls too
have an all girl squad or something like the russians did

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βéϯд
βéϯд Mar 6 2011, 10:42am replied:

then soldiers can have an ability with them "have fun" o_O? xD , this ability could heal them :P

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Toorstain
Toorstain Mar 6 2011, 10:57am says:

Weren't 'black' soldiers segregated from 'white' soldiers and in their own regiments (or companies, I don't know)? Like the american-japanese regiment?

Just asking.

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Piemanlives
Piemanlives Mar 18 2011, 12:14am replied:

yup though i do have a problem with incorrect facts FIX THIS ATROCITY not that I'm racist you know

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wolfprophet
wolfprophet Mar 6 2011, 6:21pm says:

Yes, yes they were. There was only one Black Armoured Regiment and then there was the Tuskegee Airmen. So. Blacks in the U.S. army of this time....not exactly accurate. They stopped segregation in the Korean War though.(Thanks mostly to the Black Armoured Regiment and the Tuskegee Airmen. But Eisenhower being president certainly helped too. ;P )

Also, having them in the sidecaps is just silly. No one in the west wore those into combat, ever. They were meant for decorative purposes only. U.S. wore helmets, Germans occasionally had Feldmutzen along with the Stahlhelms, British had old Tommie Helmets, Turtle Helmets later and various Berets. Russians wore the sidecaps, but that mostly early war conscripts until enough helmets were available.

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Sturminfantrist
Sturminfantrist Jun 6 2011, 9:34am replied:

In early war phase German WH, Luftwaffe, Marine and Waffen SS wear the sidecap too, some Branches like Luftw. and Marine used this also later in War, it is named Schiffchen in German, after the war it was also used by modern german "Bundeswehr"

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