praevus

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About praevus

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  1. +100,000,000,000,000,000
  2. Unsure, however if it's modelled on the Blitz A, I would imagine it is because it's 4x4, and also why it outperforms the Bedford cross country.
  3. Coasting a truck is something that can be done irl. In most vehicles for that matter. When you consider that the Bedford is 100% [censored] useless, it's kind of same-same on balance. LOL.
  4. Are you currently a premium subscriber?
  5. Such a shame, as its the single biggest issue new players raise as a turn off. I can't think of another game that is more expensive per month.
  6. Like this size?
  7. Brief update: First two designs are done, with the rest to be finished by end of next week. I will then submit them, along with pricing/costing to CRS for their approval. Watch this space
  8. Under $50 doesn't give you many decent options. Particularly if you're wanting decent sound, good mic and USB. I'm a bit of an audiophile, so thought I'd give ya a bit of two cents: 1. LOGITECH G-Series ($25-48) Avoid like the plague. Don't. Just don't. 2. CORSAIR VOID PRO 7.1 ($59.95) If an extra $9.95 won't break the bank, the Corsair Void PRO is a 7.1 upscaled-surround. Sound quality is decent. Good enough for movies, calls, voice comms and WW2OL quality sound. 3. HyperX Cloud Stinger ($49.95) Frequently sold out, for a reason. This is probably the best bang-for-buck you'll get in the sub-$50 area. Good all rounder. 4. MSI DS502 Circumaural ($40-45) I'd also cautiously suggest these. The build quality could be a bit better, but it performs on par with the HyperX in a lot of testing. It has better software than the HyperX. 5. Creative Sound Blaster Inferno ($40-45) These are a 3.5mm connector. That said, they are actually one of the highest rated average headsets on the market. They do a lot of things well enough to please people. My personal set-up currently depends on if I am streaming, or if I'm simply playing. I use the following: STREAMING: Blue Yeti Pro Studio XLR Sennheiser RS175 Wireless Headphones PLAYING: Sennheiser GSP600's IMHO - sound quality is a big 'must have' for me. If ya can afford more, spend more. Don't 'make do' with [censored] headphones. You'll replace them faster, and more often than a decent pair - assuming you are sensible enough to look after your stuff!
  9. You could just drive a Bedford - driving one feels like you're attempting to plough it through a swamp/marsh? Close your eyes and it's like you're there...
  10. 1998 called, and said to let you know that no one is on dial up anymore....
  11. HI ALL, Thanks for taking the time to vote if you have. Going from the above, the first mock-ups will be done for the following items: T-Shirt Coffee Mug/Cup Wall Poster (Sap Points) Wall Poster (Theatre Map) Now, with regards to the T-shirts we will be knocking up the following designs for perusal, however if there's something you're keen to see, drop me a line asap and we'll try to include it! Standard Shirts: 1. Allied Forces Tshirt. 2. Axis Forces Tshirt. 3. Generic Supporter Shirt. Novelty Shirts: 1. "Tour Shirt" - All Campaigns with which side won listed down rear of t-shirt a la a band tour shirt. (will do #1 - #150 for now) 2. "Squad Shirt" - WWIIOL logo on rear, squad logo on front breast**** 3. "High Command" - Officer style shirt, including players name, available to HC officers from either side **** **** these shirts may incur a small surcharge, as creation of them requires additional print templates to be made
  12. I'm interested in how having more HC to share the present workload, is not the solution - to a lack of HC, or percieved lack of action by HC? Could you elaborate man? Don't get me wrong, not implying HC system is fine as it stands, it has some areas that could 100% be improved on. However a bulk of the issues I see faced at present are either due to [a] no HC online, or HC not pulling their weight, and in such an instance I believe more hands to do the work would help out immensely. (This bearing in mind that no major HC changes can be implemented this side of 1.36) I am actually concerned re: disappearance of HC and potential changes as it is practically impossible to get non-HC people to help do any required tasks now, if HC are gone entirely, it's likely you won't get ANYONE setting up AO's or checking CPs. I am def open to being proven wrong though! Maybe people will become responsible for their own fun...
  13. Actually the solution is more people need to volunteer at present. It's not a hard job by any means, it simply requires one to grow a thick skin, and be a bit open to taking criticism (sometimes from morons...)
  14. Oh nice, didnt even see this the other day. LOL. Thanks lads.
  15. Thanks for the feedback Dre!