Following a cold war gone hot, many years have passed since the theory of Mutually Assured Destruction was proven incorrect, that mankind was infact capable of ending their entire existence as they knew it. In the years past, radiation has subsided, only leaving areas like capitals and military zones wholly inaccessible even with top of the line protection.With the vast expanses of Europe, infantry have become seldom seen, used only for assaulting towns and villages. The tanks rule these lands, with plenty left after the bombs fell, the steel beats are plentiful and very common, and even deadlier.As for states and government, several nation states have risen from the fallout, all with their own codes and laws. However, no matter how high tensions may rise, wars are very uncommon, as the memories of the nukes are still fresh in the minds of those old enough.As wars are uncommon, the armies of these nations tend to be minimal, leaving bandits to roam the lands nearly freely as they please. As a result, mercenaries have become an extraordinarily common sight, to where the nations have organized licensing and mass radio frequencies all for their by-contract warriors.The industry of this world revolves around the tank. If you see a repair shop, it is for tanks. If you hear an engine churning down the road, it's either a tank, some treaded IFV, or a truck hauling stuff for the former. Towns do not have parking lots for cars; they have parking lots for multi-ton war machines.You, are Edward Greengold. At the age of 18, young men are expected to become the most common trade of the land: A tank mercenary. Today, is your 18th birthday. Rising out of bed, you quickly get ready, slipping on your dad's fleece and leather jacket; the American 2nd Tank Division patch still on it's shoulder. Stepping outside the house and into your workshop (really a converted small aircraft hanger), you look upon your tank, it's cover still worn. Judging by the size, it is a >Light Tank>Medium Tank>Heavy Tank
>>3289477>Heavy TankM103 Conquer time
>>3289477If you're going to repost that OP in the future, change >Following a cold war gone hot, many years have passed since the theory of Mutually Assured Destruction was proven incorrect, that mankind was infact capable of ending their entire existence as they knew it.to either >Following a cold war gone hot, many years have passed since the theory of Mutually Assured Destruction,that mankind was infact capable of ending their entire existence as they knew it, was proven incorrect.or>Following a cold war gone hot, many years have passed since the theory of Mutually Assured Destruction was proven incorrect, that mankind was infact NOT capable of ending their entire existence as they knew it.It rolls off the tongue better.
>>3289477And would you mind changing the main character's last name?
>>3289496>>3289546>>3289658>>3289674Heavy>>3289512>>3289532>>3289563>>3289601Medium.Currently tied.>>3289689Thanks, and since you got dubs I don't mind changing it lol. It snatched it from a list of tank aces, but I should've guessed it'd go over too many heads. You are Edward Miller.
Medium wins.Cracking your wrists, you grab the corner by a side, heaving as you pull it off. As the dust rises, you find yourself doubling over and coughing. Standing back straight, you rub your eyes and blink to see>An American Star>A German Cross>Russian OD Green paint>A British Chevron>A Swiss Cross
>>3290148>An American StarGood ol american steel, also Pattons
>>3290148>Russian OD Green paint
>>3290148>>A German CrossLets ride a Panther to glory!Also can we have a swastika on it? It's an old WW2 tank.
>>3290148>>A German Cross
>>3290203Perhaps. The nukes dropped a tad later than WW2 though. To not be totally upfront, let's just say Stanislav Petrov took a different line of work in this universe.
>>3290148>A British ChevronWhere's my Israeli tank at
>>3290148>An American Star
>>3290148>A Swiss Cross
>>3290160>>3290255American Star.>>3290203>>3290211German Cross.These two are tied, I'm going to keep the vote open until the next half hour since this one's a big decision.
>>3290297>a german cross
>>3290297I'll switch to American
>>3290297USA USA USA
>>3290148>>An American Star
Cool, the Americans win. Writing now.
Rubbing your eyes free of dust, you place your hands on your hips and smile.Before you stands an M60 'Patton'. Just a year ago you had discovered her in the graveyards outside of Paris, covered in moss and surrounded by tanks further gone. To your surprise, she was intact for the most part, the years showing their wear and tear regardless. Your smile grows as you recall passing Johann a few hundred francs to tow it all the way back. The learning was tough, but fortunately these things tend to be simple.Though, one man does not a tank crew make.Patting the glacis of the M60, you turn on your heels and pull the doors of the garage open, fetching the keys for the jeep from the shelf and heading into town.A short, maybe five minute drive later, you see the town of Vimoutiers as you crest a hill. Saluting the Vimoutiers Tiger 1, you roll your shoulders as you come to a stop next to the post office, eyeballing the buildings across the street. Like the old fables of knights and cowboys, the saloons are a good place to start finding a crew. Though, you're not sure if you'll be taken seriously if you're not registered as a mercenary at the time; fortunately, next door lies the town's AMO, or Armored Mercenary Outpost. Hm.>Head to the bar>Head to the AMO
>>3290527>>Head to the AMO
>>3290527>>Head to the bar
>>3290527>Head to the AMO
AMO wins. You roll your shoulders inside your jacket, turning towards the AMO building as you cross the street. Seriously, recruiting people for a tank that's not even properly registered yet? That would've been dumb. The bell atop the door rings as you step inside, the secretary behind the counter turning around, her firey red hair flipping just a bit."Heya! Ya' here to register summin' new?"Raising your brow a bit at whatever the hell accent that was, you nod."Sweet!" She cheers, turning around and opening a rusty filing cabinet. She turns back around just as fast, slapping a small pack of papers down on the counter."Let's see uhm....""Pen!" She calls out as it pops into her mind, fetching one from a 1968 French Winter Olympics coffee mug. Handing it to you, you click it, and start filling in the easy stuff. Name, check. Tank, check. Callsign. Hm. You scratch at your chin with the end of the pen, sucking on your bottom teeth before penning in:>A. Sabre>B. Warhorse>C. Patton>D. Write-in
>>3290891>Snake EyesWe'll be getting lots of those in this quest won't we?
>>3290891>>B. Warhorsethe name just gave me some ideas if you'll let us do creative things.
If we ever pick up a German tank, I want to call it Guderian Special
>>3290921Oh? What kind?
>>3290919Changing to Snake Eyes, as long as we paint some on.
>>3290932well, Just plain climbing the front of another tank and snapping their barrel. We'd have to do some modifications to the skirt toward the front of the tank but it'd let us traverse ledges that are above our tracks.
>>3290958We shouldn't be getting that close often if we are sensible but it does sound fun if we caught them off guard
>>3290946We're not calling the M60 Patton 'Sherman'. General Sherman maybe.>>3290958>>3290969If they cant pen our frontal plate, lower glacias, or turret then we can just rush them. why waste ammo.
>>3290946Sorry, I meant Stonewall.
>>3290976Supporting."Is that the ghost of Stonewall Jackson?"
>>3290974We can't assume we will meet many who can't. If we can get our hands on a Patton then others probably have post-war tanks designed with taking it on in mind.
>>3290992But... ok...If we see a light tank and have a chance to ram it you know where my vote is going.Also Object 279 was cold war era. what can you do to that thing? Nothing.
>>3290919>>3290944Snake Eyes>>3290976>>3290986Stonewall>>3290978Sabre>>3291004GrantI'll leave the vote on this up to the end of the hour to let the votes shore up. If we still have a tie then, I'll probably flip a coin or have a second round on a strawpoll.
>>3291126I see how it is.
Despite the appearance of Stonewall himself, Snake Eyes takes the win. Writing now.
>>3291013Immobolize it with mines might be an option
>>3291413yeah. or chemical rounds. but your chances of pen even with most modern rounds is low.
'Snake Eyes', you write down. Sounds cool, but not edgy enough to be made fun of. At least as far as you think. Holding the papers upright and tapping them against the desk, you hand them back in to lady behind the counter, who promptly turns them around and reads them over."Everything looks good! You're all registered! Whenever you get a crew member just send 'em in for Snake Eyes!"Nodding, you turn on your heels, walking by the Tiger once again, saluting once again as well. No one knows how the tradition of saluting the Tiger started, but not saluting it was somewhat of a faux-pas. The musty air of wood and beer fills your senses as you step into the bar. The Snapped Tread marked the social center of mercenaries passing through, and tankless crewmen looking for work.>Ask the bartender if anyone's looking for work>Check the bulletin board>Put a notice on the board
>>3291430I see no reason for us not to do all three
>>3291439I think check the board. we might get our first mission and then conveniently find a crew.
>>3291448Yeah but we can check the board, put our own notice then ask the bartender in 10 minutes
>>3291430Do all three
>>3291430>>Put a notice on the board
>>3291430Check board, talk to bartender and then put notice up
>>3291420If we could keep it out of our way that would be enough I think. Back to the original subject, if we do find something that can't penetrate us then trying to run it over is fine by me but aren't even the post-war light tanks zippy and carrying 90mm guns? That is probably dangerous for our rear or side armor but I'm not entirely sure
>>3292086M60A1 had no real armor on the rear or sides. its construction material obviously gave some protection, but the actual protection package was frontal armor and turret only.
>>3292291questioning the accuracy of that statement.
>>3292291>>3292365Apparently it would be enough to stop small arms fire no problem and probably small caliber shells at long range but useless against most things for combating tanks at combat range. So staying far away and keeping the front towards all expected threats is the safe way.
OP put on a trip
>>3291439>>3291857>>3292073All three>>3291448Check the board.Writing now.
The bartender, Chris, gives you a wave then goes back to washing the glass in his hand. Taking a pen from another mug, you grab a piece of paper and hastily scribble something out.'4 HIRECrew for M60 PattonGood sharesGunner, Driver, LoaderAsk Chris for info'Pinning it to the rather large corkboard, you take a step back, looking over the other notices.'LOST CATResponds to Spots''CONVOY PROTECTIONFrom Vimoutiers to Hershweiler-PettersheimFuel and expenses coveredCBRN not neededContact AMO''I can lengthen your barrelgo to Johann's shop for upgrades and ammo''Demolitions needed outside of Vimoutiers'Contact details follow after that title.You audibly suck on your teeth before heading to the counter, glancing over your shoulder at the tables and booths that dot the bar's interior."So Chris, you know anyone working for work?"He sets the glass down, moving on to the next one with a nod."Yup, there's a few."He points over to a scruffy looking man sitting alone, nursing a tall mug with several around him."That's Taylor Boucher. No tank experience, but he just got laid off from the shipyards and had to move back home ta' here. He'd probably make a good loader."He points in another direction at a well cut and well trimmed blonde man."Jean-Pierre Durand. Bit of a posh prick, but he's one helluva gunner. Served in some brigade, dunno what happened after.""Booth next to him? That's Dieter Carius. Another gunner. German o'course, but I don't know much about it. Seems cool, though."He points over at a table of three, two men and one woman."Left to right, that's Claude Allard, Jean-Henri Caton, and Diana Baranov. Yeah, I know what you're thinking, Russian bastard and all, but she just carries the name as far as I know.">Which crew member to you go to first?
>>3294567>Table of threeLet's see if they're a group or not, and what roles they can fill
>>3294567Sit down on the table of three
>>3294567Lets go to Taylor Boucher
Why is it that every time I get back and check the thread ya'll tie it?
>>3294567could we fit a fifth crew member as machine gunner?
>>3294783my vote is to go the table of three
>>3294790As in? The Patton has a driver, gunner, loader, and driver. As far as I know the 50 on the top is remote controlled by the commander, though I dunno if that was only on the later versions as info about the M60 is somewhat sparse.
And it looks like the table of three wins. Writing now.
"Thanks." You say to Chris, giving him a parting nod before heading to the table with the three. Their conversation pauses as they collectively look up at you, your hand resting on the top of the free chair. Glancing between them, you pull it out and take a seat."I hear you're crew without a tank. Edward Miller."The awkward expressions turn to warm smiles.The one Chris pointed out as Claude grins widest, showing a perfect row of bright white teeth as he brings a comb through his hair."Claude." He states in a somewhat thick Belgian accent. "I'm a loader. Served with the Le Fayettes before everyone split."Up next was the Russian woman. "Diane." She says coldly, blonde hair visible from under an old baseball cap."Driver. Was conscripted in Russia as a T-54 driver. Escaped. For hire."You suck on your teeth, tapping two fingertips on the table before looking over again.Jean-Henri nods as you visually acknowledge him."Jean." He says, holding his hand out for a shake.You mentally note a firm grip."I'm a driver. Served in the same tank as Claude here 'till the Le Fayettes went bust.">Negotiate with Claude>Negotiate with Diane>Negotiate with Jean>Talk to the other crew for hire
>>3295027>Jean>ClaudeWe can get a driver and loader in one hit with this, i doubt Diane is very good considering she's A. A conscript and B. Seems to have no combat experience
>>3295027>Negotiate with DianeWe need a driver. Preferably someone without previous ties.
>>3295027>>Negotiate with Diane>>3295061
>>3295027>Negotiate with Dianehaving someone familiar with the workings of potential enemy tanks is useful.
>>3295062>>3295074>>3295131Diane.>>3295061Jean and Claude.Writing now.
"So Diane, what kinda share are you looking for?"Her eyes narrow, looking you over."How many crew in tank?""Four.""Thirty percent."You raise an eyebrow. As you open your mouth to retort, she replies back."Four crew tank. Sure you can find someone who do less than quarter."Examining her, her face is stone cold, not a sign of weakness to be found.You glance between Jean and Claude, who look similarly surprised as you are. Jean leans over, whispering into Claude's ear. The French loader shakes his head, mouthing 'what the fuck?' before Jean leans in again. This time, Claude nods.>Haggle with Diane>Ask what's up with Jean and Claude>Talk to someone else
>>3295295>haggle with DianeLet's try to get down to 25% and see if she is worth it.
>>3295295>Ask what's up with Jean and ClaudeMy moneys still on them
>>3295298This, but make it 20% with a smirk. Then relent and say 25%
>>3295298>>3295332>>3295379Haggling.>>3295371The Frenchies.Looks like we're haggling. Writing now.
Apologies for the long times, tonight's rather busy.You lean back into your chair, arms up on the back as you give her a smile."20.""30."Damn. She's firm."25." You retort. Your brow furrows as you watch her expression, fingertips tapping on the table, waiting for her move."Excuse me, if you will." Starts Jean."Claude and I will join you, if you give us both 20%."You couldn't help but crack a smile, looking to Diane expectantly.That smile fades as you see her as steadfast as ever."I stand 30. Excuse my French, but Le Fayette split for reason."The comment on Jean and Claude's former brigade makes their expressions sour, Jean even going as far to form a fist.>Fine, 30.>Jean, Claude, get packed up.>Talk to the other potential crew.
>>3295612>>Fine, 30. I have first choice of any... bonuses.
>>3295612>Jean, Claude, get packed upIf Diane isn't satisfied with an equal share then we don't need her, no matter how good she is. We should check out the shipyard guy too, he probably would appreciate it
>>3295612>Jean, Claude, get packed up.
>>3295612>Jean, Claude, get packed up.If she doesnt want to negotiate then thats alright, we have other choices. And for just 10% more we can get two crew members that would probably work better
>>3295698>>3295696>>3295649>Being cheap>On the battlefield>With your life on the line>Because you don't want to pay for good help
>>3295612>Fine, 30. I have first choice of any... bonuses.It's not like we use the money. BTW, who pays for the tank maintenance and upgrades, the commander or everyone?
>>3295710>Demanding a majority share of the profits with no proof of abilityWe don't know if she is good but she does seem greedy
>>3295782We, the commander, do.
>>3295798Even more reason we should be making equal or better than the rest of the crew so we can handle upkeep
>>3295612>>Fine, 30... but after expenses.
>>3295798And is the 30% or 40% counted before or after expenses?
>>3295792Yes, but we do know something is up with the two Belgians, especially how they acted after their old brigade was brought up.>>3295802>>3295798Of profits. After paying out. Let's get in writing or handshake she can have her 30% share after maintenance from any payouts. We'll pay for upgrades as the commander from our own share and they can pitch in if they want too.
>>3295834We know that their old group is no longer together, that can mean many things including them being the only survivors after their tank was knocked out. It doesn't necessarily mean they are a bad choice. Why should we trust that she is worth 10% more than them just based on her demanding a higher price?
Damn, i was hoping early cold war with M26s Pershing and M46 Pattons..
As the votes have gone back and forth and some discussions happening, I'll leave the vote open for a bit longer. Any questions regarding this?
>>3295848I was hoping we'd go with a Conqueror but Pattonfags ruined that
>>3295851I didn't know it'd be a Patton or I would've chosen British chevron. now we've got a tank built for use with other tanks, and are flying solo.
>>3295851Eh, I would have prefer the Comet tank myself and then build ourselves to conqueror
>>3295850Please answer this >>3295821
>>3295847Because of how they reacted when someone with knowledge of the situation regarding their break up brought it up. They could have had any number of reactions. They chose the one which more than likely outed them as the cause of said break up.
>>3295865>>3295869This is what happens when you go medium tank and American. I would have been fine with many other things too, even an old Panzer IV or an Israeli Super Sherman but the Patton bandwagon was too strong
>>3295899We only know they were upset about it and one seemed angry, that could mean anything, including that they blame themselves for what happened regardless of whether they were really responsible. At least they are agreeable.
>>3295905Nah. It was medium that was too strong, then american. The worst part about it? The guys who just had to have the medium tank? 1 id posters. It was more than likely one guy who actually wanted medium, didn't like heavy was going to win, so decided to spam vote medium.
>>3295905I don't mind the Patton, I just wanted a Earlier variant to start then built ourselves into the later variants.
>>3295913Exactly. We don't know the situation with them. We know what's up with the "Russian". A prisoner. She would have a bone to pick with them and more than likely not hesitate when it comes to matters regarding life and death, should we ever have to make that decision against them.
>>3295924I suspected that, but I didn't want to go around throwing accusations. >>3295925I just think it's too bland. But now that we are here I hope we can make it our own, modify it heavily.
>>3295940It happens in every quest. It's sickening, but hey, "there but before the grace of God go I."
>>3295940Our tank is a M60A1, while the nukes fell in late 83. We have options.
>>3295935I don't see how we can trust her to actually cooperate when she is making demands like this right out the gate. If she can prove she is worth such a large cut then maybe. We could offer to have her show her stuff in our tank. Also, she has only driven a T-54 as far as we know, the interior and controls are probably pretty different so will her skills even transfer over?>>3295947So it goes.
I wanted a Centurion or T-54 when I picked medium tank but nooooo, they want a Panzer or a Patton.
>>3295955If we can get creative and get an oscillating turret, that might be cool, but we'll see what we do.
>>3295966or some actual side armor. of all medium tanks from the period, we got one of the last ones that use steel armor.
>>3295982I don't know if we can afford to armor the sides much more, and if we keep our distance it might not matter much.
>>3295957A tank's a tank. The skills will transfer over. And that's more than we even know of Jean and Claude. The way I see it, she's a straight shooter no-nonsense kind of gal. If she's asking for 30%, it's because she can do 30% work. I doubt she will ask for more later and if she does, we can kick her out and find someone else cheaper.
>>3296014There could be many differences between the controls for them, but I guess we'll see where this goes.
>>3296014Or she may be a greedy, incompetent girl, the more we pay people the less upgrades we can buy for our tank.
Right, I'm going to be out for a bit, and I'll close the votes at midnight or so.Ya'll better not tie this shit.
>>3296056Greedy would have been 35%-40%. 30% is a calculated proposal based on the situation presented to her. We need a shrewd individual like that on our crew.
>>3296056>>3296082Upgrades for the tank is a worthwhile investment that may be pretty important on an evolving battlefield so we can't go throwing money around lightly, but if we test her first I'll agree to giving her the 30% for now. But that uncompromising attitude I can't help but feel is going to make her a problem.
>>3296101Maybe we can get her to agree to paying half of steering and driving upgrades too?
>>3296143Any engine or suspension improvements for sure.
>>3295612>Jean, Claude, get your stuff packed.Their history might be sus but they know their positions and we know they have history. More importantly they work well together, or know eachother already. Meanwhile Diane is asking for more than a fair share and shit, she's literally admitted she's a conscript.
>>3295628>>3295690>>3295782>>3295810>Fine, 30.>>3295696>>3295698>>3296323>Jean, Claude, get your stuff packed.Tied? Ya'll. I'll come back to this in the morning. If it's still tied then I'll flip a coin and I dunno, post a webm of it or something.
>>3295649Forgot this one as part of the Jean and Claude vote.
>>3295612>Fine, 30. But I expect you to pay half of the costs of driving upgrades.
>>3296552>Jean, Claude, get your stuff packed.
>>3296972>>3297151>>3297168Sorry, but as your IDs only have one post I'm going to have to not trust these votes. I hope this doesn't deter you from following the rest of the quest, however.>>3295628>>3295690>>3295782>>3295810>Fine, 30.>>3295696>>3295698>>3296323>>3295649>>3297038>Jean, Claude, get backed up.Looks like we're knocking out two birds with one stone. Writing now.
>>3295628>>3295690>>3295782>>3295810>>3295649>>3295698>>3297038>>3297315So you're going with Diane? These above are the votes with at least two posts. You linked to a one id post.
Your tapping fingertips come to a dead stop on the table as you suck on your teeth, making a 'tsh' sound."Jean, Claude, get your stuff packed."You calmly say, not breaking eye contact with the Russian. The Belgians smile, giving eachother a low five as they get up and head out of the bar, them both giving a friendly shoulder slap as they pass behind you.However, to your chagrin, her expression doesn't change one bit. Still that iron lip, that cold, nearly dead stare.Your own expression turns somewhat awkward as she develops a frown, her brow furrowing."You'll regret this." She practically curses under her breath, slamming her fist down onto the table hard enough to make the empty glasses jingle a bit on the hardwood.You awkwardly chuckle as your eyes dart around, slowly backing your chair up and standing up. Your chuckling continues until you push the chair all the way back in, and briskly walk back over to Chris."You see that shit?""Let me guess, she demanded 30?"You nod."She's been pulling that all week. Dunno if she realizes that's why she hasn't been picked up for a crew yet. The Belgians are good men, 's far as I can tell ya'.""Yeah, she ripped on their old brigade too." That elicits a low whistle from Chris, glancing up from the glass he's wiping."No shit?" You nod."Damn. Might have to keep an eye on her."You nod again, looking over at her. You instantly look away when she makes eye contact."So, they were a driver and a loader right? Who's your first pick for gunner?">Jean-Pierre Durand>Dieter Carius
>>3297328Oh for fuck's
>>3297418Let's talk to Carius and see what he is like.
>>3297423Eh come on op you have to do better. I'm not voting until you fix this shit.
>>3297428>>3297468>>3297477Dieter Carius>>3297526Jean-Pierre Durand.Looks like we're talking to the German.>>3297668Apologies, it's been the better part of 2 years since I've ran one of these; not to mention it being late in my timezone. I apologize for the mistake when counting votes, but it'd set us back hours of waiting for votes if I were to reset it all back to that point. We're three days in and we don't have our crew sorted, I'd rather get this out of the way so the real fun can begin.
>>3297754Good luck then. I'm dropping out.
Additionally I'm going to be out for a hot minute, so I'll leave the votes open.
>>3297754All you had to do is rewrite a post not the whole quest.
>>3297315>Sorry, but as your IDs only have one post I'm going to have to not trust these votes. i think this is the first quest i've seen where the OP flat out ignores first-time votersdropped
>>3297761>>3297944See you both next thread
>>3297418>Dieter CariusWhy not get players to adopt trips after a "break in" period?
>>3295982What the fuck are you smoking? You realise that every half modern tank, including current 3rd gen MBTs have thin RHA side armor, just like the m60. The leo 1sa have the least, the m60s and centurions both have 3", the t54/55/62s have 80mm, which is fucking nothing. Thats also damn near what t90s, leo2s and m1s have... The only composite side armor on any tanks are thin skirts on chally 2s and m1s, turrets are a different matter.
>>3297418>>Dieter CariusWonder if hes any relation to otto
As I've got work for the next bit, I'll close the thread here. Hope everyone had fun, and see you all in two weeks!
I'm not feeling too good about this quest.
>>3300328A quest that hasnt had a chance to get into the meat of its premise? Im kinda glad we didn't go for diane, she sounds like a bitch who wouldn't fit in the tight knit family that a tank crew is. Also it's not like we're being railroaded or the future is set is stone, im happy with things as long as the QM doesnt make a mess of it with her potentially in the future.>>3299473Looking forward to it, can't wait to get into action.
>>3300426More so the 1 post id's influencing decisions, such as yourself, and the QM's blatant disregard for accountability. We is a lot of people and as far as I can tell, you haven't participated in this thread except to passive-aggressively attempt to find meaning in my post.
Leopard 1s are betterwonder if my trip still works after five years
>>3300727yeah ok I've totally lost my trip, hopefully posting OG art helps prove it's me. anyway hello OP how are you, did you pick up the little setting primer I wrote? is this actually the same universe? I can't believe someone actually remembers tank hunters quest.
>>3300458Wow the hypocracy in this post is astonishing, also, I only found this quest after this thread was done, timezones and work mean I dont have the luxury of checking the catalog every 5 mins so if you wanna be that way fo sit on a chainsaw.
>>3300736Tank hunters is a damn cool setting that needs more quests in it.
>>3300736Yeah, I did! Sorry if you feel a bit plagiarized, haha. It's the same universe pretty much, though set much sooner after the war for reasons I will not reveal until later. It's really, really cool to see your blessings!
>>3300914Yo OP, what kind of upgrade/mod paths will there be? Will it be more focussed along the different lines of tanks, like going through the M60A2/A3 etc, or will we see and be able to upgrade with things like the Magach 7s and similar programs like the M60 2000 or the Sabra series? Or even more individualized like putting guns/engines and such on tanks that never had them but could plausibly fit them?
>>3301006A little column A, a little column B, a little column C. All depends on what we can scavenge out there.
>>3300914Little bit hard not to feel plagiarised, but I'm flattered more than anything else. I realise I haven't updated that setting primer in four years, and it's rather bare on the ground, and I apologise. If you ever want to hear all my ideas on the setting hit me up on twitter or pass me a discord name or something. I had a lot more on things I wanted to explore in this post-apoc world.Or you can do your own thing, I don't mind that either. I'll definitely follow this quest either way.>>3300833One of these days, either when I finish my current quest or I get to a point where I can actually handle two at once, I'm going to come back to Tank Hunters. I plan on having an actual system on tank upgrading and scavenging by then, if not one for combat. Tank Hunters is one of my babies, and I still come back to that setting document every few weeks or so between everything else. Hopefully you won't have to wait too long.
>>3301055What's your twitter then?
>>3301080Oops! It's https://twitter.com/SaSentinels
>>3301094Hmm this looks familiar.....>opens up quest notepadWait..... That odst quest!
>>3301115right, I gotta update that
>>3301123> ODSTq reboot neverAnyway, I'm intrigued OP, will keep an eye on this one going forwards.
>>3301140Don't let me hijack the thread, but I updated the bin.
>>3289477We are an American, two Belgians, and a German. Is there no language barrier? Are we all speaking English?