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Frederf

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#11 13 years ago

You think we could get a random +/-1 second or so variation in load times? Kinda silly that all reloads are always the same to the millisecond.




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#12 13 years ago
FrederfYou think we could get a random +/-1 second or so variation in load times? Kinda silly that all reloads are always the same to the millisecond.

Im sorry I dont se the point of it.




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#13 13 years ago

I think he means have it randomized by one or two seconds on the reload, to show the fact that it didn't take the same amount of time to treload every single time.




Frederf

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#14 13 years ago

I thought the point was obvious. To give uncertainty and luck in battle. So you didn't know exactly when the other tank could fire again.




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#15 13 years ago

ummmm.......not +/- 1 second........i say .25 .33 of a second difference max




Frederf

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#16 13 years ago

I don't follow. The difference between a rested crew and a tired crew could be +/- 10 seconds or more. Is 1 second that much difference?




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#17 13 years ago

It would depend on the gun. You'd have to be taking a leak outside the tank to take 10 extra sec. to load a 2-lbr. :D

Maybe a % style variation....




axkgkadragon

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#18 13 years ago
FrederfI don't follow. The difference between a rested crew and a tired crew could be +/- 10 seconds or more. Is 1 second that much difference?

i can see it now......

Tiger Commander: Sherman bearing 47 degrees, distance: 540 meters! FIRE! Gunner: *boom* Tiger Commander: Cromwell bearing 301 degrees, distance: 400 meters! reload main cannon! Loader: Naw........im tired........good night guys Driver: WTF!?

i dont get why people seem to think that doing something that they were trained to do would be so hard?




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