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yeah, in the south near the Alps. Just look at the planning map .. it shows the mountains

 

wrench

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Nice shot Ed of that old USAFR F-16A they used to fly here at Wright Patterson.

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So far, all the terrain I see is relatively flat. Are there areas of more severe terrain out there?

 

The Afghanistan and America NW maps are pretty severe mountainous terrains too.

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And the recently re-released Himilaya map rebuild (originally by Major Lee) 80% mountains, 20% valley around Katmandu

 

when I finally get Indo=Pak done ... lottsa nice mountains, too

 

wrench

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And the recently re-released Himilaya map rebuild (originally by Major Lee) 80% mountains, 20% valley around Katmandu

 

when I finally get Indo=Pak done ... lottsa nice mountains, too

 

wrench

kevin stein

 

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germany flat my BUTT! try drivin a 5 ton thru Bayern (Bavaria) at night and keep lookin down the other side of the guard rail at the forest way below. i have many memories of Germany and the Autobahn. flat is not one of them.

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You could always try this. Designed for WoE, I have no idea how well it will work in SF2.

 

http://combatace.com/files/file/7699-alternative-height-map-for-woe-germanyce-terrain-beta-02/

 

 

 

And for some seriously mountainous terrain, look no further:-

 

http://combatace.com/files/file/10530-kamchatka-peninsula-v-10/

 

Cheers,

 

Baltika

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There where i live, the highest mountain is round the bound 22, 476 meters high. :lol:

 

Quite high enough to fly straight into..........:heat:

 

 

Hou doe,

 

Derk

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Bavaria is not Germany! :grin:

Bavaria is just Bavaria...

 

 

lol some of of in the States think the same about the South. Given i'm originally from Chicago i would agree though i have always manged to get stationed in the south of somewhere.

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Actually, I can think of two states that applies to: Texas and California. Neither are the USA, they're just what they are!

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(with the morning coffee shooting out the nose..) shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh my wifes from San Diego:rofl:

 

 

also just reminded me of the tv show Jericho, where the Republic of Texas Vipers shoots down Cheyennes Eagles at the end of the series. like that would be a big suprise!

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(with the morning coffee shooting out the nose..) shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh my wifes from San Diego:rofl:

 

 

also just reminded me of the tv show Jericho, where the Republic of Texas Vipers shoots down Cheyennes Eagles at the end of the series. like that would be a big suprise!

 

 

Check out the bonus campaign, "Confederacy 2010," for lots of Confederate vs Yankee action, for all of those Civil War "enthusiasts" out there:-

 

http://combatace.com/files/file/10211-in-defence-of-texas-alamo-2010-campaign/

 

And remember to tell Dave, "It's just a what-if, IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN!" :grin:

 

Slainthe! :drinks:

 

Baltika

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Actually, I can think of two states that applies to: Texas and California. Neither are the USA, they're just what they are!

:lol::rofl::lol::rofl::good::drinks:

 

ain't it truth!

 

wrench

kevin stein

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BTW, the ASW map's in the hangar right now, getting a major makeover for SF2. Lot's of retiling, new target areas, improved targets, etc

 

wrench

kevin stein

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