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#1 11 years ago

I don't know if you plan to add the Canada in this version. But i wanted to ask if it is possible to add a variant of the univesal carrier named the Wasp. This carrier was used by the Canadian forces during the WWII. In this variant, the bren was replaced by a flametrower.

Image:WASP Flamethrower CDN WWII DB.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia here a pics of what its look like

If you can answer me i would be happy. (Sorry for my english im a french talker from Canada)




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#2 11 years ago

As far as we know Canada will not be in the first release of FH2. However, just remember that this is only the first, and that we may get Italians, Australians, Canadians, all kinds of new armies. I'm all for it, flamethrowers are not used enough in current FH maps.




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#3 11 years ago

The Wasp was used by many Commonwealth countries in North Africa to my knowledge, not just Canada.




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#4 11 years ago

Italian front too.I remember archive movie where i saw 2nd Polish Corps using flamethrower uni.carrier.




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#5 11 years ago

I said canadian because i am canadian and the first time i see one, it had the canadian flag on it, but it should be a very good idea to add it to other nations that used british stuff in world war II (including the british forces if the used it). I also see that the german a looted some universal carrier and mount the three panzerschrek(making it the first rokets AT tank).

http://www.geocities.com/Augusta/8172/bren1.jpg This is the pic of the german one called: Panzerjäger Bren 731(e)




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#6 11 years ago

There's one type of Uni. carrier which is mentioned in a book I've read, it's been a little while, that describes how some Canadian outfits operating in the western theater used some form of the tubed torpedo/variation of the Bangalore with their carriers to be protected as the shot out shells/torpedos in a relatively protected environment. But I know that like the flamethrower uni carrier, it's a far cry from reality.