1. The 30mm Rarden version (included) was only deployed to Berlin.
Yes, we know that. But it doesn't mean it could not be included ...
2. The Mortar Carrier 432 was a key part of infantry tactics at the time (use the M1113 version for now I guess).
Agreed, but in game terms, there wouldn't have been much difference between FV432 (M)
and the American M125
3. 432 was the HQ vehicle for most units, sultan was more rare.
Again, in game terms, a Command FV432
wouldn't have been quite similar to a M577
, while the Sultan
offers more difference.
A. Spartan was only used as an APC for non infantry units.
What does `non infantry`means? Cooks and clercks?
D. Shame the SAXON was not used instead of the Saracen, Saracen was not in BAOR except as a gate guard, from mid 1970s.
entered service too late, in the early 80's if I recall.
That would have left the British infantry without wheeled transport until that date in the solo campaign. And since the Spartan is not available in the first operations either, that would mean British infantry foot-slogging through it.
Adding FH70 and Tracked Rapier as well please.
There's no towed-artillery or equipment in Wargame. So, no FH70
For the Tracked Rapier
, it has already been discussed several times on this forum.
BTW - If it rains all British Infantry should go to half speed as their webbing now ways 5 x as much, oh the memories
That's an interesting idea.
We'll keep it in mind for a patch.