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Troop transporter for f2p

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I understand why towing isn't f2p. But, why not creating a troop transporter that can place MSs only? This will help both sides and the game.

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f2p do have access to trucks i believe? opel bedford laffly ?

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I asked a squaddie about 2 weeks ago and he said he couldn't cause he was f2p

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Which does not mean that he wasn't telling the truth. I still try and set'em rare occasions where they don't take, and sit there wondering why.

Oh yeah! Duh...

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If he is not the MISSION LEADER and if there was a FMS already up. He cannot usurp the previous FMS.

He has to get the MISSION LEADER to delete existing FMS to place a new one.

If there is NO FMS up, the F2P will be able to set ONE ONLY FMS.

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Even non F2P can not usurp the FMS already in place, regardless of who set it, if they are not ML.
Only the ML can remove and replace at will, others in the mission have to coordinate with the ML to shuffle the FMS around.

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Just would like to point out Laffy can tow heavy ATG, Opel can not.

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12 minutes ago, dre21 said:

Just would like to point out Laffy can tow heavy ATG, Opel can not.

Historically the Laffly S20 was an off-road gun (and crew) tractor, not an infantry carrier.

The Opel was an on-road supply truck, sometimes used for on-road troop movement. (Ditto the Bedford.)

So none of them are being used quite realistically.

The Germans do have a complete set: the SdKfz 7 as a gun tractor, the SdKfz 251 as an off-road troop carrier, and the Opel as an on-road supply truck.

The British have the gun tractor and the supply truck. The French have only the gun tractor.

Maybe eventually the British will get the Universal Carrier as their off-road troop carrier, and the French will get a Citroen, Renault or GMC 353 as their on-road supply truck and a Lorraine 39 as their off-road troop carrier.

Then maybe off-road movement by on-road-type wheeled vehicles can be more realistically slowed down. 

Until then, existing models have to do double or triple duty as required.

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51 minutes ago, jwilly said:

Historically the Laffly S20 was an off-road gun (and crew) tractor, not an infantry carrier.

The Opel was an on-road supply truck, sometimes used for on-road troop movement. (Ditto the Bedford.)

So none of them are being used quite realistically.

The Germans do have a complete set: the SdKfz 7 as a gun tractor, the SdKfz 251 as an off-road troop carrier, and the Opel as an on-road supply truck.

The British have the gun tractor and the supply truck. The French have only the gun tractor.

Maybe eventually the British will get the Universal Carrier as their off-road troop carrier, and the French will get a Citroen, Renault or GMC 353 as their on-road supply truck and a Lorraine 39 as their off-road troop carrier.

Then maybe off-road movement by on-road-type wheeled vehicles can be more realistically slowed down. 

Until then, existing models have to do double or triple duty as required.

U missed the point that F2p can tow heavy gun, while Axis F2p can not.

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But I created an opportunity for you to reinforce that the old-CRS model set discrepancies ... 3 German vs. only 2 British, 1 French ... are the basis for that problem.

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By default f2p don’t have access to trucks, but @XOOM has lately been listening to requests in forums by giving trucks to f2p and monitored if it increased the amount of FMS set ingame.

 

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