Discussion in 'Civ2 - Scenario League' started by Arthedain, Jan 24, 2011.
Great work, fairline! And nice to see the Arado floatplane, among other new additions!
The Arado is one of Tanelorn's excellent creations
OK, These are the final versions of the WW2 compilations; thanks to Tootal for organising these and Tanelorn and Broken Erika for allowing me to include their units.
Grandes y útiles unidades. Muchas gracias Fairline por las nuevas recopilaciones
Your work is amazing Gareth.
Υou are an inspiration to all.
An early xmas present of WW2 greatness!
I would like to thank you once again for all the hard work and dedication you put into this compilation. As I mentioned to you, you went above and beyond my wildest expectations when I first reached out to you to create such a collection.
NOTE: For those who would like to get the whole collection as part of a single rar file, I posted Fairline's collection (with his gracious permission) in the Civilization II download section here.
EDIT: The download file also includes a blank unit grid along with many of the belligerents national flags.
Fairline, are you planning on making a compilation of units for minor nations (Finland, Greece, China, etc etc)?
Yes I do
Random spam including some M4A6's, an attempt at a Renault ZB, plus random crap. Had some fun with the DUKW., tried making an Imposter-Seep, this is what turned out.
Then even more assorted crap. Many of these have been laying around for a while.
Have any of you folks ever done a Hungarian infantry? I see Bulgaria and Romania but not Hungary as an Axis minor. Then again, at 43 pages and with the amazing amount of units here, I could have easily missed it.
Yes, when I've finished work I'll post them
Here you go:
The CANT Z.506 Airone (Heron), an Italian WW2 triple-engine floatplane. About 350 built.
Minor axis ally, Bulgaria. The conehead stalhelm M36 helmet was uniquely Bulgarian. Much of their equipment was captured Czech, Polish and French gear, donated by the Germans.
Until they flipped sides and used it all against them.
Most are simple recolours, or reposts.
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