Memoi

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About Memoi

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    Monthly Hero Builder
  • Birthday 12/30/1956

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  • Location
    Hertford, UK
  • Preferred Side
    Axis
  • Preferred Branch
    Army
  • Preferred Unit
    Rifleman

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  1. Well done Dan!
  2. Many congratulations to you and your family!
  3. That's bloody marvellous news! I'm absolutely delighted for you. BTW, I've downloaded your book and I'll give it a read in the coming days.
  4. Well done Dan!
  5. So sad.
  6. So apart from all that, you’re not too bad. ;-) It’s a long road, but it’ll be worth it in the end.
  7. Congratulations on the nine years and a very big thank you for all that you’ve done for the game.
  8. Hope all goes well today (Friday).
  9. You old tart, get your arse back in the game! Good to see you’re still around.
  10. You’re doing the right thing by waiting until 1.36 is finished, tested and ready for release. There’s nothing worse than releasing something half arsed just to make some arbitrary deadline.
  11. Those were the days. I saw my name in some of the chat too.
  12. Excellent post and spot on.
  13. That works for me! If you’re guarding a CP and don’t want to listen to Vera Lynn singing ‘White Cliffs of Dover’ incessantly, become a builder. :-D
  14. Perhaps the radio should have an off switch too. :-D
  15. Back in the olden days there used to be radio static when close to the radio table in the flag buildings or bunkers. Just to add interest, would it be possible to have music coming from the radio appropriate to the country the CP's owned by? If the French owned the CP it could be accordion music, British something from the 1940s and if Axis perhaps martial music such as Alte Kameraden Marsch. When the table's being humped and the CP's being captured, the music stops and is replaced by the sound of a radio being tuned to another station. Once capped, the radio's tuned to the appropriate side. If the cap's interrupted then the radio tuning sound continues until the CP's back to 100%. The radio would only be heard inside the CP or bunker. It would also give an audio clue to a defender inside the CP, but not in line of sight of the radio, that a depot's being captured. There's various websites where the music and sound effects can be obtained royalty free for a one off payment.