as long as it takes for a battleship.
Should take longer for a Sturmtiger than a battleship, since battleships most likely have a more speedy method for reloading, with equipment and crew to do it.
A moot argument anyway, unless a miracle happens and they DO put in the Sturmtiger.
I think a map based on one of these things and an allied offensive in some German wood could be interesting...
Yes, such a map has potential to be quite good, if planned and executed well. I'd be quite happy to get such a map. Though chances to get into the Sturmtiger would be quite nonexistent... :uhm:
AceSI think a map based on one of these things and an allied offensive in some German wood could be interesting...
Don't get any crazy ideas... I think (hope) we agree that there are many more important vehicles to be done first.
D-FensDon't get any crazy ideas... I think (hope) we agree that there are many more important vehicles to be done first.
exactly!! or otherwise you could model the maus tank after the sturmtiger ;)
BAM... you know mighty well that the Maus isn't anything like the Sturmtiger. It wasn't used, the Sturmtiger was. Period. Besides, you already have the lower hull for a Sturmtiger, the rest would be quick to do, and most likely at least relatively easy to skin, being mostly flat surfaces what comes to the superstructure part.
But before the Sturmtiger, bring in the animal killers.
i was j/k when will pepole realise ther are more important stuff to do ............
Yes, like the SU-152 would've been more important than a King Tiger or even IS-2. And many things would've been more important than those weird planes and choppers and whatnot in Alpenfestung. And so on.
dont go knocking the flettner D: