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\"TG_V0.9d,\" or \"Training Ground\" (as it will appear in your instant action menu), by icemember, is a bit of an oddity. It seems to fit in the category of maps where an author seems to have just thrown a lot of assets into a map to try them out, which is usually a cardinal sin, but in this case, it works. Bizarrely enough.This map feels a little like (as mentioned in the readme) Raxus Prime. It's a very open map, and it's a real pain to run around capturing CPs. Again, this is usually bad juju in my book, but I'm willing to give this one a pass for one reason - there are a whole ton of vehicles. And not just any vehicles - they're all custom vehicles. Given icemember's proclivity for making high-quality kitbashes, it is only appropriate that a few of the vehicles are just that - kitbashes of previously-existing SWBF2 tanks. There are also a notable handful of original designs, too, though, and some of them are pretty neat. I especially like the troop transport vehicle, which has an open back compartment.The map is missing a whole ton of localization, and this is something that needs to be addressed, if for no other reason than I want to see what the author decides to call his vehicles. There are also a few sounds missing (on some award weapons) and some floating HUD icons on some of the weapons.There are also a number of new kitbashed unit models, and there are a couple gems in there. A particular favorite is the flame trooper for the Rebels.Anyway, if you're interested in tooling around on a map with a lot of new vehicles, go ahead and give this one a download.-Mav

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