Panzer_Fenris

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  • Birthday 05/23/1991

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  1. Panzer_Fenris

    Europa Universalis IV

    Picked it up myself and was wondering the same thing. There's lists around various game sites and Reddit with rankings on which DLC to pick up. https://www.reddit.com/r/eu4/comments/5et9si/which_dlcs_should_i_get_a_help_for_people_new_to/ https://voxludicus.com/2016/06/28/a-short-guide-to-what-europa-universalis-iv-dlc-to-buy/ Ended up picking up Art of War, Common Sense, Cossacks and Right of Man, and have been enjoying it quite a lot so far. Only got 19 hours in it though, so you might want a second opinion.
  2. Panzer_Fenris

    French Cruisers

    I see. The official post was not out yet when I started the topic, just the leaked tree. But yes, it very much looks like an early Saint Louis.
  3. Panzer_Fenris

    French Cruisers

    Well, some of them certainly are. The tier 5, the Emile-Bertin, in particular seems to be pretty quick. Weighs a little less than the Leander, but in her trial-configuration put out almost twice as much horsepower and reached 39.7 knots. Universally their guns seem to have decent velocity as well. Even though there is still very little to go by, my guess is that they are going to be super-fragile, with excellent maneuverability and AP-centric guns not too different from those of the German cruisers. You may be right, but I can't tell from that tiny pic honestly.
  4. Panzer_Fenris

    French Cruisers

    Bougainville: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bougainville-class_aviso Jurien de la Graviere: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_cruiser_Jurien_de_la_Gravière Friant: http://www.navypedia.org/ships/france/fr_cr_friant.htm Duguay-Trouin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duguay-Trouin-class_cruiser Emile Bertin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_cruiser_Émile_Bertin La Galissonniere: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Galissonnière-class_cruiser Algerie: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_cruiser_Algérie Charles Martel: Can't identify, probably paper. Saint Louis: Paper project, probably this: http://www.shipbucket.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=6437 Henri IV: Can't identify, probably paper.
  5. Panzer_Fenris

    Strv 103b - Tier 10 TD

    Hence why I said the use would be limited... Besides, do not underestimate the stupidity of pubbies.
  6. Panzer_Fenris

    Strv 103b - Tier 10 TD

    That brings up a point. In siege-mode, is it possible to go around and essentially lift tanks around like a forklift. Angle down, jam under, angle up and possibly flip the other guy around? The use for it would obviously be limited, but I'm genuinely curious.
  7. Panzer_Fenris

    Skyrim SE

    I'm leaving it aside for the moment until some of the must-have mods are ported over. That aside, I am glad it happened, as it should provide a better framework for modders to take the game even further with better performance and stability. Also, regarding the spear mods Lockhart mentioned, here's one of them. Haven't tried it myself, but it does at least add some thrusting animations. http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/62609/?
  8. Coming from someone who's done it quite a bit, reversing at decent breaks of speed (25ish km/h in the Leo 1) isn't really any harder than barely idling backwards. You're still totally dependant on the commanders instructions to avoid running something over while doing it.
  9. Panzer_Fenris

    Name that Tank (Real tanks edition)

    M50 Ontos.
  10. Panzer_Fenris

    Name that Tank (Real tanks edition)

    It's the HIMAG. High Agility Mobility Test Vehicle. Americans wanted to push the boundaries when it came to speed, so they put together this little beauty at 40 tonnes and with a 1500 horsepower monster propelling it forward. Gun is the ARES 75 mm autocannon, which was also a hell of a nasty piece of kit. The project never really took off, but the research came to good use when designing the next generation of transmissions and track systems.
  11. Panzer_Fenris

    Leo, tier 7 medium

    Fair enough. Didn't run into any height restrictions during my stint in the Norwegian army, and I'm 186 cm. Then again the Leopard 1's are relatively roomy, and the ARV/Bergepanzer I served on even more so.
  12. Panzer_Fenris

    Name that Tank (Real tanks edition)

    Interestingly enough, there was a picture floating around of what seemed to be an actual E-25. Turned out to be a photoshopped Jagdpanzer 38t (Hetzer). That was my random fact of the day. Please carry on.
  13. http://gamemodels3d.com/ You'll have to donate a mostly symbolic fee to get access to the data on high tier vehicles and the recently leaked. These guys have been offering a steller service for years and I would advice people to consider chipping in.
  14. Panzer_Fenris

    9.16 supertest

    Oh I have no illusions about how little I would actually play it. Still annoying from a collectors perspective.
  15. Panzer_Fenris

    9.16 supertest

    Feel that pain. Once I started playing Wot some 4 years ago I picked up a boxed set with a Mirco-maus code. Of course, being an idiot, the first thing I did once I had unlocked a tier 3 was to sell it, without having played a single game. Higher tier had to be better, right? No sense keeping a worse tank around!