Sulla wrote:Hia Guys
There are still many areas that have not really been covered by any mods. I was wondering what people would like to see or what is a mod that REALLY has been missed?
The strong point of CC has as we all know always been infantry. With much larger maps, new or changed features, there are a lot of possibilities. I think maybe time for something different? Ideas guys? Here are a few random ones.....
Battle of the Scheldt [V Tough Infantry Fighting]
KG_Werfer wrote:Nice thread Shaun
Anzio initial landing. This one to me is really surprising that no one has attempted to create a mod on. It would even be a fair fight.
"The Infantry in the American Civil War comprised foot-soldiers who fought primarily with small arms, and they carried the brunt of the fighting on battlefields across the United States. As the Civil War progressed, battlefield tactics soon changed in response to the new form of warfare being waged in America. The use of military balloons, rifled muskets, repeating rifles, and fortified entrenchments contributed to the death of many men."
The typical infantry regiment of the early Civil War consisted of 10 companies (each with exactly 100 men, according to Hardee's 1855 manual, and led by a captain, with associated lieutenants). Most companies were formed of three to six platoons, although the exact number varied. Field officers normally included a colonel (commanding), lieutenant colonel, and at least one major. With attrition from disease, battle casualties, and transfers, by the mid-war, most regiments averaged 300-400 men. Volunteer regiments were paid by the individual states, and officers at first were normally elected by popular vote, or were appointed by the state governors
Sulla wrote:Its Strange,
Back in the day, as with Gold Juno Sword, Atilla had a major team of modders, created 50+ maps [look at Pac-Mod etc]
Have mods got significantly easier now? It used to be a major team task to create one good large scale mod, is it so easy now we can say we are doing several? What mods do you and Buck envisage Pete?
Antony_nz wrote:Anzio would be awesome. I also think Sicily would be great. The strategic map would be fun. Having both American and British troops with a clear objective. Plus the airborne landings and enveloping amphibious landing. It would be very entertaining.
Sulla. Maybe i have misunderstood. I thought the American civil war still featured a lot of musket warfare. Where armies would meet and exchange volleys until discipline broke. I thought to fire your rifle while standing was still a common occurrence. (Not common in CC)
I thought the battlefields still had a lot Calvary in them. Its wasn't the scale. It was the nature of the combat.
On hind site. There were probably times where battlefields turned into certain ww1 situations or what ever.
Do you have a particular battle or skirmish in mind Sulla?
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