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Frenkan

Trying to stay out of room 101

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#31 13 years ago
MkH^It was called KV-VI. http://www.track-link.net/gallery/119 Pretty cool, eh?

Pretty cool? The coolest tank evah! Seriously, I had never heard of that..thing before and I wouldn't have believed it existed if it wasn't for that link. I love how the text which describes the 3 prototypes all end with "which completely destroyed the vehicle". Now it's just a matter of time before the first "OMG! Include KV-VI!!!!" thread appears.




SymZ

Someone set us up the bomb

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#32 13 years ago

I thought you guys were talking operational tanks, that's why I said either the KT, the IS-2 or the T-35. T-35 was pretty big, last used in the defense of Moscow. t_35_01.jpg

The KV-VI was known as Stalin's Orchestra.




Lobo

All your base are belong to FH

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#33 13 years ago
Großadmiral DönitzWhat about the Maus? :lol: Or that one russian thing that was a three in one tank but a huge failure?

Take your dose of spank :donitz:




Admiral Donutz VIP Member

Wanna go Double Dutch?

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#34 13 years ago

Es tut mir leid mein Führer :( (or does it? :naughty: It just *had* to be mentioned)




Fake Shemp

Dynamite w/ a laserbeam

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#35 13 years ago

References:

"Dreadful Din on the Eastern Front, Erich Maria Remarque Jr.; Podzun Verlag; 1951"

Yeah, we all WISH it was true.




SciComHam

Now with more red

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#36 13 years ago
FrenkanNow it's just a matter of time before the first "OMG! Include KV-VI!!!!" thread appears.

I started one as a joke, but it didn't go down well.




LordKhaine

I sing the body electric...

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#37 13 years ago

This pic nicely shows just how large ww2 planes were....

P-47%20Thunderbolt.JPG




roterschnee

Vorwärts Kameraden!

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#38 13 years ago

GauntletI somehow doubt that...

The infamous Panther comparison picture: panthercomparison3yv.jpg

Gauntlet, that was no the picture I was refering too. The one above is taken from a very misleading perspective. The one posted by the devs was similar to this:

ttt_panther_tank.jpg

The Panthers in FH are the exact right size.




Lainer

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#39 13 years ago
Guyfrench ThreepwoodSlightly off-topic : In BF1942, the first person camera was located in the chest of the player. It was one of the reasons for the wrong scaling. Like you wanted to be just on the edge of a bush as a sniper, while actually your whole torso was showing. Has this been corrected in BF2 ? Since there are no external views available as infantry in BF2 (sad thing), I can't figure it out.

No external views! THANK GOD!!!!!




czech speacial forces

I pretend I'm cooler than AzH

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#40 13 years ago
MkH^It was called KV-VI. http://www.track-link.net/gallery/119 Pretty cool, eh?

is it real though. or thought up by some nut working in a gulog.