Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Wyrmshadow, May 24, 2007.
Here is picture of Semovente 105.
You mean like this? (Simple Google search BTW.)
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Yeah easy like that, but what do you see on your or my picture? Models! I was looking for real picture like in wikipedia for Semovente 90/53.
Semovente 150? Like these?
For the 90/53 a Google Search might do…
Yeah,these two are good but check these one. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f0/Semovente_90_53.Aberdeen.0008habs.jpeg
Its a picture of semovente 90/53 but is quality one.
I wish to find picture like that.
From the same Google search, first page:
Now please educate me
Stug100 Krokodil ?????
looking like a jagdpanther but what about this unit ??
"Stug" variant of the E-100.
Many thanks !!!
Gwendoline gave me a model. I animated it, Ares added sounds.
Nice, more French are always welcome. France was afterall the most important civ in History, especially during WWII.
Why yes, you can't tell a story without the comic relief.
Imagine France would have soundly defeated the Germans in may 1940. War is over.
How would you have been able to make Russian or American vehicles, or German late war? Hm?
Well, I like your little Sumoa Tank Hunter, even if (or especialy because) its French - it spices up the early WWII campaigning by complementing the Sumoa Cavalry Tank - and looks sweet, btw.
And Steph may be right... imagine a world in which France and Italy would have provided the technological cold war know how... and would have faced the USSR instead of Germany & Co. - a sci-fi-NWO-horror story?
"Somua" of course.
I miss spell it every time too.
I'm so glad I got on these forums, look at all the real history I would have missed out on
And besides, if France had indeed won it in 1940 think of all the great WWII movies that would not have been made!!!!! Very considerate of them.
Excellent units gentlemen, thank you.
A quick question, Do you use these type of units as either offensive or defensive in the game ?
Oh Steph, how you make me laugh!
Depends upon your alternate history. One school of thought is that a Russo-German conflict mid-century for dominance of Central Europe was inevitable. So let's say France extended the Maginot Line nullifying the Blitzkrieg. Poland was already partitioned; USSR attacks Germany in 1941; "West" rallies behind Germany (a great fear of Communism was a definite undercurrent of the times, even viz. Nazi Germany.) French Somuas are rushed to face BT-7s and early T-34s ...
... Oh, and another wonderful unit, Dr. W. (with thanks to Ares and gwendoline.)
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