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  1. Can't wait to fight in Antwerp.
  2. Maybe, when AO's are placed, CRS can let HC designate them as P1, D1, P2,D2 etc so you just call it out that way.
  3. I can't believe they used the dreaded word "soon". Don't these new guys know what happened the last time is was uttered?
  4. Beating a dead horse implies the horse is dead. This horse isn't dead,, yet.
  5. When HC is mia the game should let the PB vote on map moves. Problem solved. There are plenty of players that know what to do with the map.
  6. Big brother is watching.
  7. Mission leader loadout controls e.g. you setup an fb bust, you only allow engineers on mission.
  8. A sniper hide ppo An unkillable bear Realistic soldier stamina
  9. 3. No behind the lines capability. (ok, it's not a bug but it bugs me, i want to raid stuff like the air forces do).
  10. When our old bunker comes back I would agree but the current bunker??? It is a fantasy. Re above comment: I want us all to get to a point where as a group, we decide whether or not the MG34 (or any other aspect of the game) is taking too much fun out of the game. Then, we agree to a compromise. For instance, if the MG34 must be crippled a little for the sake of game play I would expect axis to receive something competitive with the thompson for room clearing. That would satisfy me. Crippling the MG34 otherwise is not acceptable simply because it indeed can be transported by a single man from point A to point B. I have no doubt that adrenaline makes clearing a building while hip shooting and moving from room to room easier than you think it it should be. If you must cripple the LMG then don't attack the gun, attack the player stamina instead. Clearing a building should cause a rapid drop in stamina and a longer recovery time when carrying a heavy weapon (insert all my whines about the zook marathon). Can the rats do this? Probably not yet so we may have to compromise in some other way. My in game tests of the MP40 show stamina effects are way off and cause too much dispersion (I provided evidence of this a year or so ago in another thread). The MP40 is plenty accurate, the way the rats model human endurance is not accurate enough.
  11. very nice video and congrats rats.
  12. and this example
  13. I read it, just like all the other posters who make the same argument. I just did not feel like respecting the comment since it is a senseless point you are trying to make. How, if nobody walked them to the point of fire, did the MG34 get there. Does is magically appear in the soldiers hand when he needs it or does he indeed carry it around with him. If I am correct, he carries it around with him. If I am correct, and he has it in his hands, he can fire it after walking it to where he wants to shoot it. I haven't seen many videos of guys showing how they carry their guns up to the firing range but I believe that's how the guns get there. Yours and others arguments make no sense at all to me. It's a very lame argument imo. Common sense says so.
  14. In the end, you will lose the argument on the MG34. If somehow you convince the rats, despite all evidence to the contrary, that it cannot be fired while standing or from the hip (which looks even easier), I will counter with the "fact" that you must then allow it to shoot you through a concrete wall. The end result will be the same except for one minor difference. You will not see me walk into the room just before you splatter.
  15. "Because of the MG42’s devastating power, the Germans chose the reverse. The Wehrmacht placed the machine gunner in the central infantry role, with riflemen in support. Each MG42 ideally had a six-man crew—a commander, gunner, a soldier who carried the weapon’s tripod and three additional troops who carried spare barrels, additional ammunition and tools. When Allied troops attempted infantry assaults against positions protected by an MG42, the German gun crew would lay down withering suppressive fire. In most cases, all the attacking infantrymen could do was wait for a barrel change, for the gun to run out of ammunition or for a tank to show up so it could blast the machine-gun nest to oblivion." Lets make it a PPO