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Miczils

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  • Birthday 07/13/1992

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  1. As much as i'd like to say that strict limitations such as what @Johnson proposed would be great, i feel like some more casual players (myself, back when i joined AWE), may enjoy dress-up warfare and a lot of different gear available. Strict limitations would result in less of those players staying, and slowly getting into the more serious game play. And while i agree that a lot of the content in the mods is left unused, players can always use that gear, while the more casual ones can stick with their loadouts. You need to remember that AWE is most likely not going to start with 20 players playing it 24/7, therefore it may have a positive impact to allow some more lenient restrictions, hopefully resulting in more casual players from EU1 and 2, trying AWE out, additionally some casual players may be overwhelmed by more restrictions.
  2. I think I can say for everyone else here, you will be missed. Looking at all you've done, I don't think there's a need to apologize for anything.
  3. Just to correct, Opticalsnare stopped developing blastcore but another guy on steam workshop picked it up a month ago, and the mod is being continuously updated at the moment. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
  4. I agree completely, problem is, we have tried pretty much everything, the polls and just opinions in the community still show that people simply don't like TvT, Im really surprised myself but it was pretty much every thursday that a half of the server, or even more would quit as TvT started. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
  5. You may not know, tvt nights were here, until, approximately 2 weeks ago a decision was made to stop them because most of the community didn't enjoy TvT. I myself love the idea, and I recall some really great tvt missions, the infantry but also armored warfare ones. But well, I don't think they will come back, most of arma players don't actually like PvP because of the clunkyness and desync in Arma, I don't see much of it as a problem but maybe I've just been lucky.
  6. It's beautiful, simply beautiful. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
  7. Thank you for defending the cause Leo and D3ATH but I think we can all say we have derailed the topic, specially that it is meant to be a guide, not a discussion of whether cluster bombs are bad for civilians. In the end were playing a game and I think we can all agree the AWE community commits war crimes quite often. Therefore I'd suggest a moderator to move those to a different topic or remove those posts, not because I disagree with them, just that I think the talk here should mostly be about the guide and it's making, not whether the usage of ammunition that the said mod offers, comes with a great moral problems. Also as cruel as it sounds, the US did not sign the cluster munition agreement, and is happily using this kind of bombs, therefore I don't see a reason to ban the usage of it on the server. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself. Edit: Moved to general AWE board for continued discourse. Keep it civil and enjoy! ~Skull
  8. Even tho the cluster ammunition convention is there, I just want to point out that many countries have the weapon in their arsenal and constantly upgrade it. And NATO coalition has quite a few times used those weapons in Iraq and Afghanistan. Specially during the first stages of operations Iraqi freedom where wild weasel F-16's were using the Cbu's to engage AAA emplacements. I've spoken with quite a lot of Wild Weasels and Cas pilots in Shephard AB, and the only weapon that coalition pilots weren't allowed to carry and use was the cluster mine dispensers. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
  9. Miczils

    Patrol

    One well placed high caliber round, just one.
  10. I have to agree, I have never seen anyone say no when asked to help understand/get a hang of something on AWE, even, often I see people offering to help themselves. It's just that in my stay in the community I have seen two or three people actually ask for help. I see a little more people agree to helped, but as Amentes said, very often people are simply too proud, and don't even agree to be helped / taught something. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
  11. Ryko saves the day. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
  12. Honestly, it really isn't, it just can't be slammed into the floor like some other jets. I agree with Benjamin, a neophron is a decent middle ground. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
  13. I agree that pretty much everything can be learnt on YouTube, but following that, honestly everything that we allready have a training of can be found on YouTube, from squad leading, through flight, basic combat tactics and eod, ending at operating a mortar with nothing but ACE map tools.
  14. Sadly I have to agree with that, quite often tanks / ifvs aren't used how they should be, sometimes because of what command want's, sometimes because of the crew. I know more than a few people I'd go hammer with, every day , it's just the player requirements and experience / proper training for players less experienced in armor. (New training idea? )
  15. LWIRCM isn't anything like flares, it means Light Weight Infrared Countermeasures - Pretty much an electro magnetic countermeasure system, i don't want to go indepth but in basic words, it pulses electromagnetic waves trying to confuse the Infared guidance system on the rockets used by MANPAD's. Sorry to say, that's how it works. And the only thing to do, is learn how to do evasive. Quite often I survive a few missiles, it's just the matter of understanding how the Countermeasures work. Littlebird is a helicopter made for special purpose and therefore it isn't as sturdy as say blackhawk or a merlin, it's not supposed to be, it's supposed to be as light and agile as possible, it isn't supposed to be used when enemies are known to have AA coverage, flares add to the weight, and trust me, you don't want it to be heavier than it is. I am happy that we at least have the Electro Magnetic Interference Countermeasure system, as in real life only the very special purpose Mission Enhanced Littlebird have any kind of advanced countermeasures. As, well, it's not really in need of any kind, because when used according to what it was made for, in the time it takes the enemy to lock it, it will be long gone and if it was the armed variant, the enemy manpads will be gone too. My advice, train in using the speed and agility of the helicopter in addition with LWIRCM, to evade the threat, hide behind hills, turn hard and fly faster than enemies can track you. Appear, deliver democracy and freedom and dissappear again. That's what the Mission Enhanced Littlebird was made for. Don't rely on the electro magnetic jamming to work like flares, that you can just pop flying in a straight line and hope for the best. And if a lead tells you to do something else, just inform him, that he put you in the wrong helicopter. It's not the machine that is the problem, it's just used where it shouldn't be. Sent from my SM-G935F using a phone app that is really irritating because it constantly advertises itself.
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