Timothy 6 mar 2014, ore 16:58
"officer" AI
This AI shoots anyone that retreats, and yells "NOT ONE STEP BACK!"
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FriskyJohnson 6 mar 2014, ore 18:19 
... You're a few words, quite possibly a few sentences away from this post being coherent.
Akitsu Maru |Yuki 6 mar 2014, ore 18:58 
That reminds me too much of Company of Heroes 2.
Traffic Conez 7 mar 2014, ore 16:41 
I always imagined that this game needed a special class for the Soviets. A commissar where team kills are not punished...and when they do TK it inspires men to heroric feats (faster firing, increased stamina)
Crystal 8 mar 2014, ore 2:19 
I hope this forum had an ai who shoots everyone who makes such stupid threads.
Timothy 8 mar 2014, ore 8:32 
Messaggio originale di 3DCrystal:
I hope this forum had an ai who shoots everyone who makes such stupid threads.
Order 227 search it up or read this http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/not_one_step_back.htm
I'm not just pulling these ideas out of my ♥♥♥
Crystal 8 mar 2014, ore 12:32 
Dude i meant that the idea stupid for gameplay by itslef. Think before trying to teach me history of my own country.
Pistolero 8 mar 2014, ore 12:57 
Actually, Hunter, you are. A couple points: A player might be moving back to an ammo dump to pick up a needed satchel charge. I've had idiots like you shoot me in the course of doing that. There might also be need to shift laterally 150 yards, and shifting down behind cover before coming back up actually makes sense; but I guess you'd be plugging those guys, too.

In real life, armies maneuver in units, stay on line, and maintain unit integrity; and still friendly fire casualties are relatively high. In real life, buddy-o, in the 'Nam even bird colonels got iced by their own guys if they were glory hounds at the cost of their men's lives. Sooner or later they had to see a medic, and a shot of air was all it took. Prick junior officers and NCOs did not last long either. So the idea that some commissar could get away with routinely shooting his own men ain't likely. Sooner or later in most cases, one of the men would shoot him.
Crystal 8 mar 2014, ore 13:21 
Btw he was dumb enough to realise that this game has such thing like combatzone.
DurbanPoison 8 mar 2014, ore 13:38 
Messaggio originale di HunterTim:
Messaggio originale di 3DCrystal:
I hope this forum had an ai who shoots everyone who makes such stupid threads.
Order 227 search it up or read this http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/not_one_step_back.htm
I'm not just pulling these ideas out of my ♥♥♥

Dont' even bother responding to little kids like Crystal - it's pointless!

I like the concept... but as long as it's NOT the AI doing the shooting! I hate being killed by bots - regardless of if it's warrented or not lol.

I think if a player (obvioulsy not marksmen or mg) camps in one spot too long or refuses to get into the cap - then yes they should be marked as traitor and the player that offs them gets +10 team points lol :)



Messaggio originale di 3DCrystal:
Dude i meant that the idea stupid for gameplay by itslef. Think before trying to teach me history of my own country.

I feel sorry for whatever country you represent.
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Timothy 8 mar 2014, ore 14:38 
Messaggio originale di Pistolero:
Actually, Hunter, you are. A couple points: A player might be moving back to an ammo dump to pick up a needed satchel charge. I've had idiots like you shoot me in the course of doing that. There might also be need to shift laterally 150 yards, and shifting down behind cover before coming back up actually makes sense; but I guess you'd be plugging those guys, too.

In real life, armies maneuver in units, stay on line, and maintain unit integrity; and still friendly fire casualties are relatively high. In real life, buddy-o, in the 'Nam even bird colonels got iced by their own guys if they were glory hounds at the cost of their men's lives. Sooner or later they had to see a medic, and a shot of air was all it took. Prick junior officers and NCOs did not last long either. So the idea that some commissar could get away with routinely shooting his own men ain't likely. Sooner or later in most cases, one of the men would shoot him.

you do make good points, but I personally I never shot a teammate on purpose :)
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