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About krause

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  • Birthday 08/03/1987

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  1. Definitely. Already planning on doing that. Gotta pay it forward.
  2. The workflow I did was a little different than what you suggested in the other thread. I just opened the mission, selected the newer Hannover terrain area, then saved the mission. It seemed to work fine. Played through 4 so far with some buddies, playing roughly 1 a night. Thanks for the offer though, you the man!
  3. Nevermind.. he somehow responded to me immediately. ❤️ Zipuli
  4. Does anyone know the passwords for the brave rifles missions? Zipuli hasn't been active on the forum in over a year. I PMed him but don't expect any response. Trying to update mission 4 for 4.6.1 and its password protected even on blue
  5. Wow, thanks a ton! So it does sound like you have two installs on your disk?
  6. Hi Gibson long time no see! Glad to see you're still around. Is there any documentation on what you said? Do you have a SB 4.0 version installed and a 4.1 version installed? Would appreciate any color/details here.
  7. As the title says. I'm trying to update the Brave Rifle campaign, and other stuff, to work on 4.1 When I open Zipuli's old missions I see this: How do I know what to select? I also saw a "fulda gap" map above in the list, which SEEMED to work but i cant remember what the Steelbeasts map trace is SUPPOSED to look like to verify. Any suggestions? This is a general question - not specific to BR, we may want to play other missions in multi and trying to figure out best practice.
  8. I really wish I had more opportunity to record video, but in most of the missions I was mostly looking at the map and issuing orders - or I just didn't have the chance to record due to hardware limitations. I wish I had a long video of each mission! Thanks for your fire!
  9. There are two things sorely missing from SB at this time: 1. An early cold war NATO tank (equivalent to the t-62) like the m-60 2. A good russian/soviet tank like the t-80u or t-90. I would love to see either/or.
  10. The axis of advance as indicated in the regimental trace was on top of a prominent ridge, which as Gibson correctly analyzed, would have made us "Sky line" on the military crest to southern MBT fires. The ENY tanks would have, again a credit to Gibson's analysis, won a long range battle. The only viable plan is what we did. IT could be argued that if it was executed better we would have had less casualties, but in my opinion it's one of the few viable plans given the immensely canalizing terrain. The terrain not only was canalizing, but then leads directly to a complex mine obstacle which was
  11. Not a critique of your plan Mark! I mean the mission itself seemed very difficult. The regimental plan "set us up for failure." Thank you for leading!
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