wekwek_noob wrote:Get some T-72's and T-64's
Mazz wrote:Also that the Afghanskii is hopelessly out ranged by Huey Hogs, I wonder how many Huey pilots would be interested in shooting rockets at a ZSU-23-4 in real life.
bentguru wrote:part of the problem inherent to rushing is that, as a defender, you don't know what you're going to be facing until it's nearly right on top of you. You have to simultaneously defend against both ground and air attacks in the beginning, leaving a bit of points until after you scout to call in reinforcements that frequently wont arrive at the front until after the attack begins. So right out of the gate, you're at a disadvantage because your forced to build a balanced army.
On the other hand, the rusher can go all air and overwhelm your air defenses, then pick off your ground troops at leisure. Or he can go all ground, making your air defenses a complete waste of points.
Hob_Gadling wrote:Next time use a vehicle designed for AA. ZSU-23-4 Afghanskii doesn't have the advanced radar systems normal Shilkas have.
Xeno426 wrote:Hob_Gadling wrote:Next time use a vehicle designed for AA. ZSU-23-4 Afghanskii doesn't have the advanced radar systems normal Shilkas have.
Or the über-optics systems on the PIVADS that is somehow almost twice as good as a radar track and fire control system.
But seriously, for 20 points over the Afghanskii, the Biryusa has +2 accuracy, normal stabilizers, and 2000 fewer rounds. The weapon range is the exact same, meaning the range issue against Heavy Hogs still exists. The stabilizer difference can be made up by up-vetting your afghanskii (thanks to how veterancy works right now), essentially negating the Biryusa's accuracy and firing on the move bonus; plus, you get better moral in your unit to boot.
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