Futosui Mar 13 @ 3:24pm
FG 42 and paramedics
Wouldnt it be great if tripwire would ad a paramedic class and the FG 42 to the german waponery?
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Kraft Mar 13 @ 3:25pm 
We don't have Fallschirmjäger ingame and medics don't fit into the scope of this game.
Futosui Mar 13 @ 3:45pm 
Originally posted by Kraft:
We don't have Fallschirmjäger ingame and medics don't fit into the scope of this game.
yeah makes sense
but the FG 42 is really cool
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SU-37 YELLOW Mar 14 @ 5:00am 
Fallschrimjager weren't at stalingrad, Also, there is nothing medics could really do that getsyou back in the fight / game. Death in red orchestra sometimes means combat inneffective as well as actually dead.
Futosui Mar 14 @ 6:49am 
and what is with weapons like G 43 and the MG 42 and something like the Panzerfaust?
FearNaughtSJ Mar 14 @ 5:00pm 
none of the weapons that you just mentioned were at stalingrad.
FORGQTTEN Mar 14 @ 5:26pm 
A company of German Fallshcrimjagers were present at Stalingrad, while originall meant to go the Caucauses the the 4./Fallschirm-FlaMG.Btl. company was sent to join the 6th army and would partake in the fighting in Stalingrad, their strength was 5 officers and 230 soldiers.

The source of this is Hans-Martin Stimpel's "Die deutsche Fallschirmtruppe 1942-1945: Einsätze auf Kriegsschauplätzen im Osten und Westen"
FORGQTTEN Mar 14 @ 5:29pm 
Originally posted by Futosui:
and what is with weapons like G 43 and the MG 42 and something like the Panzerfaust?

The Panzefaust is not present in red orchestra 2 due to the fact that the panzerfaust came into service in the wehrmacht in 1943, mg42 was actually pressed into mass service in 1943, and as for G43 it was also pressed into active service in 1943 however we do get the earlier models of the G series of rifles in the G41 rifle.
LO WANG Mar 17 @ 9:25am 
My grandpa was a Japanese Anarchist and he fought in Stalingrad with a Glock.
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