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obliviousnation

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#1 14 years ago

Hey i was wondering if i could get any info on the following battles? as in if there planned, in progress or scrapped :)

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Gauntlet

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#2 14 years ago

Yeah...I hope for a Pearl Harbor map...it would be a whole new experience in FH.

Btw...how many ships would both sides have? I mean...wasn't the Japs attacking with 4 carriers? Didn't the Americans have like 9 battleships?

Sounds to much for a single map...




tvih

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#3 14 years ago

Umm... I don't see the point of a Pearl Harbor map. Lots of ships, huge performance lag, basically only AA vs. planes. What's the point?




Mike 51

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#4 14 years ago

Bagration was a fan map, wasn't it? Not a great one, either, IIRC, but to be fair I don't really remember it, just that it wasn't one of the few good ones. Wernheim also rings a bell.

I suppose France and Frontline are French maps, so they'll be in when the French are. I also think Pearl Habour would be a bit of a waste - especially seeing as Atlantic, with its modest number of ships (+ probably a better battle than Pearl), doesn't even run very well at the moment.




Tuge

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#5 14 years ago

Pearl Harbour must be an awesome map! All what yanks need is hawaiji-shirts and some drinks. We can chit-chat on balcony, have a few drinks, shoot our tommyguns in the air and watch how japs bomb us in hell.




obliviousnation

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#6 14 years ago
TugePearl Harbour must be an awesome map! All what yanks need is hawaiji-shirts and some drinks. We can chit-chat on balcony, have a few drinks, shoot our tommyguns in the air and watch how japs bomb us in hell.

unless the battleships etc docked in pearl harbour were statics and unable to move with no guns firing except the aa guns the lag would be immense!

the japs would have an aircraft carrier which spawns planes every 10 seconds like the ones on coral sea and the americans would have maybe 2 planes,3 destroyers and a battleship.These ships would be spawn points and when destroyed the americans tickets begin to bleed.The map would be a cross between battle of britian and coral sea.To prevent japs landing in pearl harbour make the only class the pilot class with a crappy nambu.The Americans would get

pilot pilot officer with tommy gun engineer assault




Nurenig

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#7 14 years ago

Pearl Harbour would be like Battle Of Britain. One all the Objectives are killed the Japs win. battleships would be able to move. They were to close together.




Kakoru

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#8 14 years ago

Well, if the Zeros are able to have torpedoes (and be slower), then Pearl Harbor would be pretty different from BoB (we should also use airplanes in Pearl Harbor though) Btw, there shouldn't be too many battleships.. at most 4... Are torpedoes sdk btw?? Hmmm, I hope not. Btw, don't forget: The Battle of the Scheldt

The 'Battle of the Scheldt' is a chapter of the Second World War that has been largely forgotten by everyone except the people of Holland, and the Canadian soldiers that liberated them. The victory marked a turning point in the Allies' final push into Germany. But for weeks the push was in jeopardy because clearing the Scheldt was not a priority for Allied Command. When it finally became a REAL priority after Market Garden, the 'Battle of the Scheldt' became the most important campaign Canadian soldiers ever waged. Facing fierce German resistance and trudging through the flooded low-lying Dutch terrain, they pressed on after devastating setbacks. In the end, six thousand Canadian soldiers lost their lives in 'The Battle of the Scheldt'.




The Jackalx2k

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#9 14 years ago

Geez...

Those maps are old. Someone probably missed removing their loading screens :\




obliviousnation

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#10 14 years ago

The Jackalx2kGeez...

Those maps are old. Someone probably missed removing their loading screens :\

so these maps have gone the way or peenemunde then? gone without a trace