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G.I. Bob

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11th December 2003

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#11 16 years ago

There's a little confusion here...a HEAT rocket would indeed kill a man, Starfighter, but it has no splash damage so it wouldn't kill a man, say, several feet from where the rocket impacted. I've seen plenty of people killed in the game by pretty much every handheld anti-tank weapon out there so if the enemy soldier you've hit with an anti-tank weapon walks away then chances are you've missed.




obliviousnation

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#12 16 years ago
Starfighternot him noob Al Copone, sheesh read next time. DId I not quote his post?

lol noob Al Capone..... :lol:




Starfighter

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#13 16 years ago
G.I. BobThere's a little confusion here...a HEAT rocket would indeed kill a man, Starfighter, but it has no splash damage so it wouldn't kill a man, say, several feet from where the rocket impacted. I've seen plenty of people killed in the game by pretty much every handheld anti-tank weapon out there so if the enemy soldier you've hit with an anti-tank weapon walks away then chances are you've missed.

Thanks for clearing that up but what about the light MG request? thats a pritty cool looking MG and could also make for a good replacment for the Type-99 in the early days of the war with the Type-99 coming in later at least to my knowledge. this LMG the Type 11 was a bad one at that with it's clip made up of clips of only 5 rounds each, would be cool to see in action. It was light so it could be used as a SMG too in the game giveing the japs a edge over the Thomson SMG, and Grease Gun witch was used by the Navy.




Artie Bucco

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27th April 2003

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#14 16 years ago

McGibsyou might wanna do a little research before you start whipping suggestions out.

1: I agree, but there is a problem with animations, as they come with road to rome, and cannot be leagally used in a vanilla mod. Some other mods use them, and I'm pretty sure they get bitched at. Perhaps sometime in the future when we can figure out another way.

They are only animations. I have seen BG 42 use the FG 42 animations off of the SW demo. Know maybe seeing as FH has now modeled the 98K and Lee Enfield it might be possible. I don't using animations in the same boat as using models from an Expansion pack.




[tR]Mad Mac

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19th May 2004

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#15 16 years ago

Its not so much using animations as oppose to models, its using the software code itself, which is copywrited.




BAM

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27th April 2003

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#16 16 years ago

well its iligal and Fh cant do it cuse other mods do it and if your friend eats shit would you do it to then ????




PanzerAce

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#17 16 years ago
StarfighterIt was light so it could be used as a SMG too in the game giveing the japs a edge over the Thomson SMG, and Grease Gun witch was used by the Navy.

as far as i know, only the Type 100 was used by the Japanese as a SMG, also, if its light enough to be a SMG, it probaly isnt very good of a LMG




Lateralus

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#18 16 years ago
PanzerAceas far as i know, only the Type 100 was used by the Japanese as a SMG, also, if its light enough to be a SMG, it probaly isnt very good of a LMG

Japan just didn't produce any good infantry hand weapons for its soldiers during WWII. I can't think of a single one that outclassed other fighting nations' weapons in any category. (If I'm wrong about that, lmk.) Seems like Japan's fledging industrial base was aiming for 'marginally acceptable' rather than setting new standards.

This certainly comes across in FH. The Japanese guns suck ass. I hate using all of them. The Arisaka is the only decent one, and that is only because this engine can't model the gun jamming up, or the weak 6.5mm rounds misfiring, or the sights being hopelessly off, or a host of other things.




Elessar Telcontar

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#19 16 years ago

The original Arisakas were rather good, probably the second best bolt-action rifle in the war. However, when the war begun, they started producing replacement Arisakas that were horrible.




D-Fens

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#20 16 years ago

I've heard Bf1918 got permission for their bayonets? Ok from what I gathered: the type 11 lmg was a predecessor to the other two types of lmg's the Japanese have in FH, Type96 and Type97 (both 7,7mm). I've also found there was a type 91 (6,5mm) in some Ha-Go versions. I think the type 91 is the same as the Type11. Very few of the Japanese had AA-mg's, the only one I've seen is on a drawing of a type 97 special (chi-ha with 47mm gun). Also seeing how the Type96 lmg came 1936, and Type99 lmg came 1939, why bother including some obsolete version from 1931? I welcome the making of the Arisaka type 38 though. Now, the only japanese vehicle in Fh with aa mg is the Ho-ki, oddly enough I can't find any reference to it having a mg. Also I suggest that the Type97 "woodpecker" heavy machinegun (same as in the machinegun nests and on the Ha-Go) replace more of the stationary Type99's.