Discussion in 'Civ2 - Scenario League' started by Arthedain, Jan 24, 2011.
It's obvious Erika spent a lot of time as little girl in the bathtub with her toy steamships...
All i had was about three and a half tonnes of lego(and yet i still kept running out of the 2x4 blocks!)
Not creepy in the least, Patine.
I think you're reading too much into that comment, Curt.
Another Pile Of Industrial-Age Marine Units.
Mostly Endless Variations Of Pre-Dreadnoughts, Semi-Dreadnoughts, Iron-Lineships, Iron Turret Ships, Frigates And Completely Unnecessary Capitol Letters On Every Word!
And yet i have still haven't come up with a decent semi-dreadnought........stupid wing turrets never turn out looking anything remotely like turrets...
And some More Coastal BB's, Pre-dreadnoughts, Cruisers, Destroyers, Avisos Gunboats ect...
I have a set of unit requests. Like several others I've made here and there, these aren't for active projects (though these ones have been significantly bumped in priority in my planned queue), though there's no huge priority, and anyone who wishes to take them up may take their time. What I need is the eight Qing Dynasty Eight Banner Armies around the First Sino-Japanese War and the Boxer Rebellion, with each army in infantry form, though a unified a cavalry unity for all eight collectively will work, the Green Banner Army in four units - spearmen, archers, riflemen, and cavalry (only 40% of them actually had firearms), and the Braves (the irregulars/peasant levy) as one unit (given the strict social and caste limits of Imperial China, I highly doubt these ones were allowed to ride horses into battle), basic Yihequan, or Boxer foot and horse soldiers, and, a bit separately, but in a related sphere, the infantry and cavalry of the Tibetan Army 1912-1959. Again, no particular rush, and thanks in advance!
A few additonal mods for US WW1 troops. M1903, M1918 BAR no bipod, 8mm Chauchat, 30.06 US Chauchat 1918
More Russians and Serbians.
I'm just going to dump this pad of Spanish Civil War doodles here without making proper units from them. they were drawn for Open General campaigns I played; some have by used by McMonkey for his scenario but there may be other bits and bobs of interest to someone making an interwar scenario. If so, let me know and I'll make ToT versions of the ones needed.
Sneak peek at a current quarantine project - Set in a suitably dark age!
The 7th crusade succeeded, the Holy Roman and Byzantine empires reign...The Pope resides in Königsberg, and his Teutonic Order ruthlessly rules the East. Features new cities, etc.
And an inexplicable Panzer and Bomber. Someone must a two God-mode benefits, there, and is going to clean house (until their petroleum, motor oil, ammo, and spare parts run out at least)!
Why inexplicable? It's an alternate-history scenario...
I've been doodling some WW1 stuff recently, again for Open General. Some of these may be of use to you Curt:
These units are representative of types. As Fairline points out, it is set in an alternate reality. I have a backstory.
In the dark ages year 2000, these are the most advanced units available. Wait and see...The premise is fun.
Thanks, sir! These great units will definitely be of much use to the scenario...!
Lewis-type machine guns are black-ops level weapons in this world.
Inspecting these WW1 units...Wow - ! Truly splendid, mate - I'm chuffed to see the R101 and other great aircraft...!
Very nice and detailed units from the WW1 era.
Do you draw the units from scratch or do you have some models or templates which you can use?
Fabulous! I'm curious, what is the tracked vehicle that looks like a combination of a howitzer and a supply truck?
The Gun Carrier Mk.I, the worlds first self propelled artillery.
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