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"Where Eagles Dare" -Intermission / Realism event.

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How about utilizing the least used part of the map? We have the Alps modelled. It would be great to have some towns and villages there. Also the castle with the cable car elevator would rock. (see the movie, then you know what I am talking about)

I know that all serious developer time is dedicated to improving the game. That is why I suggest that the game map editor should be released for players. I bet there are more than enough people interested in learning how to use the editor.

Wannabe map editors just need a general outline of the region modelled, ie. what is needed and where. Then just split the region into segments and assign them to modellers. This would be a good way to test if the player base is a good content source for the game.

This project could be a evaluation tool for all modellers who would like to contribute something into the game.

If that scenery would be there I am certain that there would be a lot of players buying admission tickets into that event. It could follow the story outline of the movie "Where Eagles Dare" by Alistar McLean.

Ps. If this happens I am first to volunteer as an organiser/map editor/whatever.

Ps. Ps. The castle Hohenwerfen in Austria which was used in the movie doesn't have any cable car. It was filmed elsewhere and optically added into all scenes where the castle was visible. Still, in this gameworld our castle would have the cable elevator. And winter settings. :)

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a nice idea...seeing different weather around would be cool (even if it static in the areas that it appears)

- as long as we get the cool bulletproof snow plow bus that they get away on :D

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