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I was on the sky history channel one evening, and found this show. It follows the battles of WWII, and pieces together what the generals were doing at the time. They also test out the armies millitary hardware and tactics.
This might sound like a rubbish post, but it gave me some pretty good cities of death tactics. This might sound like rubbish but just try it, its quite good!
EDIT: Well in the battle of Stalingrad, it told me alot of things, though they might seem obvious like using flamers, sniper teams and mortars as well as using molotov cocktails( grenades) in deep cover. This may not sound like much but it was a very interesting insight.
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major moss, can you give us the reference point that we will be using to see what you see?
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tbh it is obvious for city fight. flamers ignore cover, mortars are indirect. IG dont have molotovs as far as i know. snipers (well ratlings, snipers are crapola) will be the same as always, put them in the best cover/FOV position. im not knocking your finding new ideas, but warhammer is a rigid system. its all been done before, thast whey our units can use those guns and have those rules.
however i love the history channela nd could watch it all day everyday. we call it the nazi channel in our house because the only thing it seems to air is WWII stuff. which is awesome.