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that man can (presumably) speak 2 languages, has a chest full of metals, survived WW2 and is (was) still pretty spry for his age. what a badass 8)

Modding / Re: FH2 Modding Q&A
« on: 15-11-2017, 02:11:55 »
that 100% usual. Painting textures is best done with BF2 T-Paint or Photoshop and then doing details in the Editor.

Don't worry, no one's accusing you of anything criminal. This is a place to discuss possible illegal use of FH's stuff and bring it to the dev's attention. The devs can decide what they want to do about it.

Seems that someone clearly ripped these models from FH and uploaded them to various 3D websites without the owners permission. I'm sure this is also the case with many other FH models on websites that we don't know about.

All the accounts that uploaded these models are anonymous and have no other information. I'm almost 100% certain that they weren't uploaded by the original devs, especially if it was only 3 years ago.

Imo the best thing to do would be to ask the website to take these models down.

That's really all that can be done, but it's up to the devs to do it.

General Discussion / Re: Faustpatrone still ingame?
« on: 12-11-2017, 03:11:25 »
Don't think it's ever been in the game. Hopefully will have it in some new maps when they're released :)

Bug Reporting / Re: Commander bug
« on: 11-11-2017, 00:11:48 »
well i would love commander if it was fleshed out into something useful. I just don't think that'll ever happen.

Bug Reporting / Re: Commander bug
« on: 10-11-2017, 23:11:43 »
never seen that before. weird.

Imo it would be nice if commander was removed altogether. I talked about 'why' in a suggestion I made a few years ago. It isn't fleshed out and would save newbies the confusion.

Gaming / Re: Call of Duty: WW2
« on: 07-11-2017, 03:11:27 »
The graphics really are incredible, so well done on that. I watched the 1st and 2nd level and they looked good from a story standpoint.

I get that it's COD, but I just wish they could tone down the action scenes. Like dragging my friend through the dirt and fighting off Nazi's one-handed. Or jumping onto a Flak gun and taking out like 10 Stukas. I think they could tone that stuff down and make it slightly more realistic and not lose anything from the Singleplayer experience.

Would love to see all this artistic talent coupled with handwork and some critical thinking to put it in a more historical accurate setting.

Interesting tidbit is that the FSSF used the M1A1 paratrooper carbine as well. If that's not already on the map :)

Tactics & Tutorials / Re: Volkstrumgwher 45 "The rivet gun"
« on: 02-11-2017, 02:11:30 »
762 just has a wait in line rule. if someone is ahead of you in line, you have to let them have the tank, kit whatever they're waiting for. they also have to make it clear they're waiting for it.

Gaming / Re: Call of Duty: WW2
« on: 01-11-2017, 21:11:32 »
It's funny because BF1 probably has the same level of historical accuracy as COD, but somehow I give COD more shit for it.

Like, at least BF1 put the right armies on the right maps and don't give you call in's like a 'ball turret gunner' (wtf is that). And they almost stick to keeping the weapons (however rare they are) to having more-or-less realistic attachments (except most of the scopes aren't real :P)

somehow I still laugh at these COD previews more, idk why.

Very interesting battle. 8) Wish we had a Johnson to use.

Would love to see screens, seems like Italian mountains are tough to do justice in the BF2 engine.

Love the stories from Jack Callowhill in that video :)

EDIT: Interestingly, this is the same unit that invaded Kiska in the Aleutians. Apparently they came ashore thinking they would find enemy but the island was abandoned. I think this lead to some friendly fire incidents when they thought they saw the enemy because they didn't realize they were the only ones on the island.

General Discussion / Re: Forgotten Hope 2: State of the Game
« on: 01-11-2017, 01:11:30 »
Alright I didn't want this to become a cheating thread. :P Just a thread for new players to get their questions answered and maybe make it less discouraging for them to play FH2.

Anyone know good places to acquire BF2 and the patches nowadays?

Gaming / Re: Call of Duty: WW2
« on: 01-11-2017, 00:11:49 »
Oh my. Looks like an alt history where we did a combined assault on Carentan with our French and British allies. And the Tommies didn't get the memo that they're not in Africa anymore. And we lent the French our flamethrowers.

It also looks like the Germans still find gas a threat and never discovered dunkelgelb paint :D

In all seriousness, is this a re-make of the Carentan map they had for COD2? Looks the same with the BoB hill into the town.

General Discussion / Re: Forgotten Hope 2: State of the Game
« on: 31-10-2017, 22:10:50 »
TS is right that many new players won't be taken seriously about calling people out on cheating. We've seen a lot of 'cheating' accusations before, even tho there was nothing valid about them.

Also, the veterans of this mod a better understanding of the maps; this means that they might understand where they got killed from while newer players would call the same shot "impossible."

It doesn't help to accuse people of cheating in all chat on the server. It causes arguments that clog the chat and get people upset. Best thing to do is try to find solid proof and post it on the forums. Unfortunately, for admins like us, solid proof is very hard to find. And we're not gonna ban people from a game with so few players, unless we have a good reason.

General Discussion / Re: Forgotten Hope 2: State of the Game
« on: 30-10-2017, 15:10:12 »

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