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Spike1

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#31 15 years ago

The Germans had another advantage because all their tanks had radios while most of the French tanks didn't. The German tanks worked as a team, which the French tanks fought their own individual battles.

But in FH only a very coordinated German team, probably using TS, is going to be able to use tactics to defeat the French. When you get a team of canny FH veterans playing the French, and a whole bunch of noobs on the German side who don't want to play the French, and think they're going to win easily, then the Germans are going to get absolutely RAPED by the French! I look forward to seeing that....Vive la France!




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#32 15 years ago
Artie BuccoChar B1 has a 75mm howitzer on the hull and a 47mm cannon in a turrent. The only idea i support that nerfs French tanks is giving them slower reload times since they lacked a dedicated loader. But 2 seperate driver and gunner=no

Why not? It worked OK in RtR (ok, the tanks themselves sucked, but...) You could still use the Char with just one person, just not as versatile.




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#33 15 years ago
KämpferWell yes they obviously did use quite a bit of captured equipment and I think atleast one of the ingame French tanks has a German skin.

The somua has a "captured" texture.




Von Mudra

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#34 15 years ago

OK, the Frenchdid real well tacticcally, far superiuor tanks, the 47mm was the best gun for anti tank of 1939-early 1941, the airforce peopertionaly lost almost nothing campared with the Germans, and the troops were jjsut as good as the german tanks, but it was poor gernerals that lost the day, like in WW1, the French generals didn't know how to fight a modern war, whereas the German generals did.