Files posted by Volcano
This is the original Paderborn map created by Manteuffel. It has been converted to a 4.1 map package with a 4.1 theme applied.
The UID to download this map package:
This scenario file is intended to be use as a force template so that most of the work is already done for scenario designers who want to make a mission based on the featured force structure. Simply load this scenario and pick a map, then scale down the scenario by removing what you want from both sides and go from there.
Featured force structure:
[US Task Force]
M113 and M2
This scenario is a template designed to how to change the mounted infantry composition so that, for example, you can equip mechanized infantry with ATGM teams that they should correctly have.
Also, this template incorporates extensive research and shows how several major nationality mechanized infantry should be equipped in certain time periods. The intent is to help scenario designers create realistic mechanized infantry forces, rather than keeping them equipped only with the default rifle/LMG team combination.
To use this template, just open it in one instance of Steel Beasts and open your scenario in another instance. Find the infantry platoon organization you want to copy, then in your scenario follow the direction at the top of the template scenario and replace yours to match the organization of the platoon in the template.
This scenario demonstrates the new mount/dismount behavior of infantry, and how to get infantry to do just about anything you want them to do in regards to mounting, dismounting, and moving along routes with and without their parent PCs.
All you need to do is run the demo and watch in test mode (time acceleration is probably good), then if you see them do some behavior you like just evaluate the condition and settings on their routes and duplicate that in your scenario.
Originally I created themes entitled "realism" for my own scenarios because I felt that the themes that the community uses (and the default themes) allow for far too much mobility and cross country speed. These themes are compatible with the bumpiness feature. (updated)