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    • And yet some folks care about what tier a weapon is introduced in, or whether its ballistics or destructive performance are historically consistent.
    • The 1050/1060 will run the graphics very well in game. You may not gain the FPS you think due to the CPU bottleneck, but it will help.  I'm running the game with a 660gtx(IIRC). Decent FPS until I get to a destroyed city (even if alone). then I'm into the 30s.
    • Yes, I know this has been talked about before but I my suggestion is more of a question. What does the community and I have to do to  get the developers to add more towns? Surely if there is a will there is a way   I think the payer base will stay subscribed longer because they we want to check out the new towns they've never been to especially ones they've heard so much about like Rotterdam and London.    By expanding  the map on the coast of England and the Netherland it should make for a great place to amphibiously land such as the iconic D-Day. Amphibious landing on the coast would be really great and could surpass paratroopers in popularity if done right.
    • I can fit 50 people in a bedford, i dont think capacity is an issue here LOL
    • Well, all of their useful APC's were off in NA and such.
      I saw a pick of a 37L with a box on the back, but its a bad pic i cant tell if its canvas or an actual box.
      Guess maybe the 39L if it exists before june?  Dont think any post june vichy designed stuff would be eligible? It would technically be axis. 
    • On what scale i wonder?
      He does not seem 6'2" when i look at him near anything in the game be it vehicle or buildings or misc stuff.
          Cant, not enough seats
    • The infantryman model is 6'2" tall, if I correctly recall the discussions we had on that question back in the Design Forums. That's about 12% too large compared to historical average German/British/French young adult male heights in 1940. Try fitting this many infantry models onto the underlying vehicle models: Whatever defenses may have been offered in the past, it's clear that the model scale relationships are goofed up.
    • Laffly S15 TOE was cute, but was used only in various colonies...not in France itself. Lorraine 37L was only a supply/ordnance carrier and sometimes a gun tractor. It had only a shallow cargo box, therefore could not serve as an APC. Lorraine 38L was intended as an APC, but carried only four men in its own armored box. The other six men of the section had to ride in an odd tracked armored trailer. An APC with a permanently attached trailer would not be able to be backed up, a key requirement for an APC, and could not tow a gun out into the field...another key requirement for an APC. (Certainly the SdKfz 251 had that capability, and presumably the model will be reviewed in that regard when the APC set is filled in.) The 37L also could tow a tracked trailer...a bulk fuel container, for supplying tank units in the field. Lorraine 39L was just coming to production in 1940. It's unclear from the relevant history if a few units were produced and used in combat in the last days before the armistice. In any case, it should be eligible for T0 because certainly it was contracted for production no later than the July-August time frame, based on conversion of the existing production lines for the 38L design. May be troops picking up their early-production Lorraine 39L at the factory. All of the Lorraine tracked vehicles, not just the 37, could tow light and medium guns when needed:    
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