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Dubieman

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Re:Back to Nam, we don't ever leave
« Reply #15 on: 03 Jun 2005, 21:20:25 »
Hey GI-YO,
I especially like the dropping in thing. I wanted to use the cobras since I haven't seen those used much. I think I may use that idea since it turns out I made it near suicide to fly over the hot area once.

Too many machine guns = no flying time :'(

Not sure how to fix that...
Plus the hueys have got to land first. Going to be tougher than I thought. ::)

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Re:Back to Nam, we don't ever leave
« Reply #16 on: 03 Jun 2005, 21:22:04 »
How about adding plenty of fog?
Get those missions out there you morons!

Dubieman

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Re:Back to Nam, we don't ever leave
« Reply #17 on: 03 Jun 2005, 21:34:29 »
Trying now...


But it destroys OFP's uber awesome game graphics... :'(
j/k ;)
« Last Edit: 03 Jun 2005, 21:34:53 by GuiltyRoachKillar »

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Re:Back to Nam, we don't ever leave
« Reply #18 on: 03 Jun 2005, 21:38:00 »
Well, you just remove it after the first couple of units have landed! There will be plenty of targets on land, so the MG's may forget about you.
Get those missions out there you morons!

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Re:Back to Nam, we don't ever leave
« Reply #19 on: 30 Jul 2005, 06:29:24 »
How is this for an idea?

You are a Spetz Naz team with Viet Cong scouts, sent into the jungle escorting a Soviet pilot so he can steal a US Cobra. Once it's stolen it has to be flown back to the North. You could build on it by making the Spetz Naz have to take down air defenses along the flight route so that the chopper could get back safely. I'm sure you could beef the mission up with your own ideas.

I was going to do this mission myself but couldn't be arsed.
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"If it ain't the friggin' incoming it's the friggin' outgoing. Only difference is who gets the friggin' grease, and that ain't no friggin' difference at all."