I didn't make it!
Im not sure if its allready been suggested , but as i couldnt find any threads i decided to post. Im quite sure that every tank lover would want to see this pwnage tank in the game. But it may throw off the balance way to much , im doughting any tank would be able to stand up to it 1v1, i dought even the firefly would be able to peice is frontal sloped armour at 100m.
But it did have many folleys , mainly its reliability which FH would overcome.
Great tank though. Would be a frightning monster to see its frontal 128mm Pak gun trained on you!!!
I know there wasnt many of them, but wouldve been realy nice to see it in FH.7 late war europe maps.
But the folley of all german tanks in FH they lose there main advantage their range!!!
Some info on this monster http://www.achtungpanzer.com/pz12.htm
P.S i know i screwed up my username its spelt Haupt not Huapt, just cant be screwed changing the name.
Yeah I may have hinted towards such a thing
I have to admit its a good looking tank, maybe someday in a Alpenfestung likish map, but that wil take ages. they where just used to little.
That would be really cool on a Berlin map or anything concerning a map with Germany's last defense. But, having seen threads about this before, most people are against the idea. Saying how it would to strong blah blah blah. But I'm all for it, the more the merrier.
Why too strong? It'd be a nice one-off on a really late-war German map.
No point in knee-jerk "ITS BEEN SUGGESTED BEFORE NO NO NO" for vehicles that were actually used in combat, but as not many were built & used I'd assume something like this would be fairly low priority.
Yeah, this wasn't a mouse or the like. Only 70 were produced, but they were used. I personally wouldn't want to drive one. Much too slow, heavy, huge. It'd be seconds before an allied pilot would divebomb you.
The question is will reliability be modelled? Many were towed into position and left.
IIRC Otto Carius got one new at factory and it broke down before it went 50 feet.
Just put it in a place with a good field of fire and sit back and watch the carnage.
Quite a few of these were abandoned for lack of parts--I don't think the majority of the 88 produced were really entirely as unreliable as often stated; most were, I believe, abandoned on the move for lack of gasoline, tracks or engine parts.
I stumbled on a cool site a while ago showing Jagdtigers destroyed in combat in German villages, I'll dig it out if anyone's interested.
Karst;3295940Yeah, this wasn't a mouse or the like. Only 70 were produced, but they were used. I personally wouldn't want to drive one. Much too slow, heavy, huge. It'd be seconds before an allied pilot would divebomb you.
85 were produced from an order of 150, THANK YOU COME AGAIN!