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If I could choose I would pick...to be developed

Italian Front
61 (45.5%)
Pacific Front
73 (54.5%)

Total Members Voted: 133

Voting closed: 07-11-2009, 10:11:34

Author Topic: Curiosity  (Read 7953 times)

Offline phillip

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #30 on: 31-10-2009, 18:10:55 »
I want more.  Not something cool in 2 years.  Do 30 Normandy/western front maps.  Maps bring the variety that we need. :)

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #31 on: 31-10-2009, 21:10:48 »
I want Blitzkrieg! Why don't those stupid dev's follow the timeline. They should have started in '39! > ;)<

Note the wink, hehe.

Anyway picked Italian as I quite like Italy and I want early war Blitzkrieg.
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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #32 on: 31-10-2009, 22:10:33 »
I CAN HAS MOAR WINTER WAR? KTHXBAI

Moar Late Western Front; breakout from Normandy, Market/Garden, Bulge, crossing of the Rhine, drive to Elbe etc.

Finnwars (Winter, Continuation, Lapland)

Eastern Front (1st and 2nd Kharkov, Siege of Leningrad, Stalingrad (could be several scens), Prokhorovka, Berlin, etc.)

The Forgotten Hope, aka Fall Weiß/Fall Gelb/Weserübung/etc. (lots of potential for interesting scenarios and less known equipment)

Pacific Front (even without moving ships, could offer some intense infantry firefights in the jungle, though I have yet to see the player who would like to drive a Japanese paper-mache tank)

Italian Front (not THAT much different from Late Western Front -- except for maybe moar of my beloved P-38 Lightning, which could be inserted in Western Front, and P-39 Airacobra, which will surely be in the Eastern Front)

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #33 on: 31-10-2009, 22:10:29 »
I always pronounce  Fall Weiß as Fall Weib.  You Germans need to abolish that thingy.

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #34 on: 31-10-2009, 23:10:52 »
The pacific :D

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #35 on: 31-10-2009, 23:10:04 »
I always pronounce  Fall Weiß as Fall Weib.  You Germans need to abolish that thingy.

Psh, the ß is one of the coolest things about the german language :P

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #36 on: 01-11-2009, 01:11:22 »
I've always wondered, what in the name of god is that thing?

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #37 on: 01-11-2009, 01:11:10 »
I've always wondered, what in the name of god is that thing?

I'm German and I have no idea. I heard the version esszett and Geißleinzett.

edit: Oh I thought I read "WHat is the name of that thing?" Basically it is just a version of an "s".
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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #38 on: 01-11-2009, 03:11:58 »
I always pronounce  Fall Weiß as Fall Weib.  You Germans need to abolish that thingy.

Screw you, ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß

I've always wondered, what in the name of god is that thing?

I'm German and I have no idea. I heard the version esszett and Geißleinzett.

edit: Oh I thought I read "WHat is the name of that thing?" Basically it is just a version of an "s".

You have never heard of "scharfes ß"?

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #39 on: 01-11-2009, 03:11:05 »
Essentially, its used in place of a ss, so Weiss becomes Weiß.  Only, the offical german language board is messing it up now.  It used to be allowable for any ss, now its only allowable for ss after a long vowel, and they're thinking about removing it completly, which imo, is idiotic.  Its a very characteristic part of the written german language...I use it for any ss when I write in German.

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #40 on: 01-11-2009, 03:11:15 »
With my limited German, Nein I have never head of it, thank you for clearing that up Mudra.

Now when I write my papers for english im going to use it, if she marks me down i'll call her rascist. lol

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #41 on: 01-11-2009, 03:11:44 »
Essentially, its used in place of a ss, so Weiss becomes Weiß.  Only, the offical german language board is messing it up now.  It used to be allowable for any ss, now its only allowable for ss after a long vowel, and they're thinking about removing it completly, which imo, is idiotic.  Its a very characteristic part of the written german language...I use it for any ss when I write in German.

Yeah, so much for "simplifying" written german.

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #42 on: 01-11-2009, 05:11:54 »
Essentially, its used in place of a ss, so Weiss becomes Weiß.  Only, the offical german language board is messing it up now.  It used to be allowable for any ss, now its only allowable for ss after a long vowel, and they're thinking about removing it completly, which imo, is idiotic.  Its a very characteristic part of the written german language...I use it for any ss when I write in German.
SS, eh?  Obviously you Germans are now just looking for sneakier ways to be Nazis.   ;D

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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #43 on: 01-11-2009, 09:11:23 »
I always pronounce  Fall Weiß as Fall Weib.  You Germans need to abolish that thingy.

Screw you, ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß

I've always wondered, what in the name of god is that thing?

I'm German and I have no idea. I heard the version esszett and Geißleinzett.

edit: Oh I thought I read "WHat is the name of that thing?" Basically it is just a version of an "s".

You have never heard of "scharfes ß"?
I swear my old teacher used to call it Ringel-S or something like that.
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Re: Curiosity
« Reply #44 on: 01-11-2009, 09:11:40 »
necessity: Pacific (to have a front panel more important)
for pleasure: Italy (after the Ardennes)

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if the next front is as successful as the Normandy campaign, it will be a pleasure whatever the place
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