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[C3C] Accompanied artillery

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Multi-Figure Units' started by Wotan49, Dec 23, 2018.

  1. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    Escort Field Artillery WW1
    Unit Created by Imperator1961
    Sound from Scenario "EST" Barbarossa by general-jcl
    and Firaxis
    Multi and sound collected by Wotan49

    Escort British Field Artillery
    WW1 British Field Artillery and British Infantry Early
    Run to Escort Field Artillery and British Cavalry Early

    :queen: British :cowboy: U.S.
    https://forums.civfanatics.com/resources/escort-british-and-u-s-field-artillery-ww1.27328/

    ;)
    Escort U.S. Field Artillery
    WW1 U.S. Field Artillery and U.S. Infantry Later
    Run to Escort Field Artillery and U.S. Cavalry
    :smoke:
    this version of Escort Field Artillery is 10% smaller

    Wotan49
     
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  2. Kirejara

    Kirejara King

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    Thank you so far for these units.

    While I continue to allow normal Armies, I am using them Semi-Armies.

    I have set them as autoproduce by the palace (longest interval 100 turns) and as a optional update for the Leader.

    The second option is more or less to avoid having scientific Leaders hanging useless around after all wonders are build (not by me alone ;) ).
    But the KI seems to use at least some of their military Leaders for creating a Semi-Army. ;)

    To give some Ideas about their use:



    1. Palace Guard (2/3/1, basic Semi-Army, autoproduced by Palace)
    2. Landsknecht Doppelsöldner (4/4/1, king unit, Feudalism)
    3. Landsknecht Arquebusier (4/5/1, king unit, Gunpowder)

    4. Cannon Corps (8/6/1, king unit, Metallurgy)
    5. Artillery Corps (8/6/2, king unit, Metallurgy + Horses)
    6. Late Artillery Corps (12/8/2, king unit, Replacable Parts)

    7. Tank Corps and Panzer Korps (16/10/2, king unit, Motor. Trans.)

    A perfect addition would be a late Battle Corps (Synthetic Fibers) with a core of Main Battle Tanks in both NATO and Warsaw Pact flavour. ;)
     
  3. Civinator

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    Yes, this was the intention behind doing this kind of units - and Wotan49 did them masterly! :)
     
  4. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    Thank you for the good words
    :hatsoff:

    Wotan49
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    [c3c] the idea would be an M48 against the T54 with appropriate accompaniment?:grouphug:
     
  5. Civinator

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    At present I´m not planning a cold war scenario, but of course other modders can find this very interesting. :)

    For the update of SOE may be the WW II combination of a Pz III and a mechanic infantry unit (SdKFZ 250 or 251), a Sherman and a M2 or M3, a T-34 and mobile infantry and so on could be interesting as a substitute for army units. The tanks and the corresponding mechanized infantry units can be found in the CCM2 folders of mid and later era 3.
     
  6. Kirejara

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    Battle Groups with M-48 and T-54 would be lovely! :thumbsup:
     
  7. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    Correction is a T-55

    Wotan49
    :hammer:
     
  8. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias I saw the Great Library burn.

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    I know that I am coming late to this thread (and many others) but I have been unable to "be" here for quite some time. I am delighted that you're still having fun with these m-units, and that your proficiency has reached the " :clap::clap::clap:" level. I am looking forward to using them, very much.

    - :)z
     
  9. Wotan49

    Wotan49 amateur handicraftsman Supporter

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    - :)z
    Thank you very much my friend!

    I am glad that you are back.


    with best regards
    :old:
    Wotan49
     

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