BF Confirmation of Family Tree of Second Family of CM x 2 WW II Games

KG_Jag

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For Bulge we are currently planning:

Module 1 = Commonwealth
Module 2 = Spring 1945
Module 3 = Misc. stuff

As for the content of Module 3 it's similar to the way we're planning Module 3 for CM:BN... we're keeping it flexible until we get to it. For the Bulge's Module 3 I could see things like Volkssturm, E-100, Pershing, IR Panthers, etc.

Steve

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http://www.battlefront.com/community/showthread.php?t=95267
 

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I suppose things COULD speed up just a little now that they're planning to stick with WWII for a few years at least.
 

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Yeah, I think the furthest the E series got was plywood mock-ups.

Gorram fantasy cherry-pickers!

-dale
haha so true!
Secret Weapons of the Whermacht(sp) module for the WPE lovers!!
:laugh:

weight: 140 tons!

two big guns?
Main gun 12,8 cm Kw.K.80 L/55
Ammunition storage 75
Secondary guns
* 7,5 cm Kw.K. L/36,5
* 7,92 mm M.G.34

What does Tiger-maus mean? literally Tiger-Mouse, yes, or does it mean something else? I only ask because once I told a Spanish colleague I observed a fancy stationary store with a Spanish name that would be called The Royal Turkey if in English. Then we had a good laugh when he explained that Real Pavo (literally Royal Turkey) is the Spanish name for what we the fancy bird we call a Peacock!
 

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So if CMBN and CM:Bulge are Families, would the various modules be the Genii? And the patches Species?

Following the same logic, the CM:WWII series would be the Order. And CM itself would be the Class. And BFC would be a Phylum within the Wargaming Kingdom?
 

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What does Tiger-maus mean? literally Tiger-Mouse, yes, or does it mean something else? I only ask because once I told a Spanish colleague I observed a fancy stationary store with a Spanish name that would be called The Royal Turkey if in English. Then we had a good laugh when he explained that Real Pavo (literally Royal Turkey) is the Spanish name for what we the fancy bird we call a Peacock!
The Tiger Maus was the Tiger 3 I guess but it was called the Maus to confuse any Allied attempt to find out about the project.

http://strangevehicles.greyfalcon.us/PANZERKAMPFWAGEN VIII MAUS.htm

There is a Maus scenario in PCO.

Good Hunting.

MR
 

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Well that does it. Now I want it.
I've been playing "World of Tanks" and they have the big toys in them, when you finally work your way up there that is. They have a lot of the experimental & drawing board tanks as well for national balance at the top end.

What amazed me the most when I started playing that game going from CM to WoT is TANKS CAN TURN! Not in minutes like in CM but seconds!! What a refreshing real take,
maybe that novel concept will make it into CM:N...


http://forums.gamesquad.com/showthread.php?98480-World-of-Tanks
http://www.worldoftanks.com/
 
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