CWC-2 Army Lists

Started by Leon, 21 May 2022, 12:04:29 AM

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Quote from: Elpeji on 28 May 2022, 08:33:43 PMI'm an old Iranian Player and I can see that Iran is in Batch 3. But when we can get it ?! Can we play with the old version ?!

The old version could still work but you would need to add in the missing AP/AT stats.  The Iran list is actually one of the first for Batch 3 so it shouldn't be far away.
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Quote from: Leon on 28 May 2022, 10:28:57 PMThe old version could still work but you would need to add in the missing AP/AT stats.  The Iran list is actually one of the first for Batch 3 so it shouldn't be far away.

Generally the AT stats are those shown in CWC-I - so it is the AP stats you will need to come up with. But a lot of the Iranian stats are UK or US units and both these two lists are available on-line now.

We'll get to the Iranians soon - I am working hard at it the list  :D
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Leon some of the SA lists you are intending are far too small to include. Bolivia for instance had 20 Kurrassier, around 100 assorted APC's and a few EE-9 armoured cars in 1980.
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If we are doing the Gulf War could we have a list for Kuwait?
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Quote from: flamingpig0 on 30 May 2022, 03:42:43 PMIf we are doing the Gulf War could we have a list for Kuwait?

From memory it's very small, but should be no problem writting it.
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Quote from: Lord Kermit of Birkenhead on 30 May 2022, 03:26:40 PMLeon some of the SA lists you are intending are far too small to include. Bolivia for instance had 20 Kurrassier, around 100 assorted APC's and a few EE-9 armoured cars in 1980.

Playing at 1:1 would mean you could still have a likely scrap, without fielding the entire army every battle...
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Quote. . .Bolivia for instance had 20 Kurrassier, around 100 assorted APC's and a few EE-9 armoured cars in 1980.
A what? <runs off to Wikipedia> Cool. Looks pretty much like an M24 or M41 hull with an AMX-13 turret would be a good proxy?


Says they had 54 in total. Also modified P-51s, but I can't (yet) find in-service dates.
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QuoteA what? <runs off to Wikipedia> Cool. Looks pretty much like an M24 or M41 hull with an AMX-13 turret would be a good proxy?


Says they had 54 in total. Also modified P-51s, but I can't (yet) find in-service dates.

If this site can be believed 1954-1978

https://www.mustangsmustangs.net/p-51/foreign-service/
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Would make a great "pocket army", troop of Sk-105's, half a dozen mech infantry in a variety of APCs, couple EE-9's for Recce - and some Mustangs for air support :D

Fudge the dates a bit if needed ;)
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Quote from: toxicpixie on 30 May 2022, 05:51:35 PMWould make a great "pocket army", troop of Sk-105's, half a dozen mech infantry in a variety of APCs, couple EE-9's for Recce - and some Mustangs for air support :D

Fudge the dates a bit if needed ;)

It is why all the South & Central America list are at the end of the release cycle - small and will require a bit of research. That will be fine by then, as I will probably have had enough of list-bashing by then !!!!  :D
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Quote from: flamingpig0 on 30 May 2022, 03:42:43 PMIf we are doing the Gulf War could we have a list for Kuwait?

My 'plan' was to create a Gulf War optional rules PDF - and we can add some of the Gulf States (including Kuwait) into that. The British, French, American main lists already go up to include the Gulf War. It will just need me to refine/update the Iraqi list as well.

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Quote from: Big Insect on 30 May 2022, 06:20:42 PMMy 'plan' was to create a Gulf War optional rules PDF - and we can add some of the Gulf States (including Kuwait) into that. The British, French, American main lists already go up to include the Gulf War. It will just need me to refine/update the Iraqi list as well.

Cheers

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One of the Battlegroup Modern rules Comps did south American. I have Chilian and Venezulan (+possible Peruvian) Some are substabntial sized and most use nornal type kit, T54/5, AMX30, M51 Shermans. The EE-9 is a turret swap with AML90. THe Kurrassier is a 4K-4FAU APC with the AMX-13 1o5 turret. That's foir the 1980's.
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Quote from: Lord Kermit of Birkenhead on 31 May 2022, 07:07:28 AMOne of the Battlegroup Modern rules Comps did south American. I have Chilian and Venezulan (+possible Peruvian) Some are substabntial sized and most use nornal type kit, T54/5, AMX30, M51 Shermans. The EE-9 is a turret swap with AML90. THe Kurrassier is a 4K-4FAU APC with the AMX-13 1o5 turret. That's foir the 1980's.

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Not sure I still have it. I do have the Portugese on my spread sheet army picker. I'm looking at more lists ATM
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