by x3ckid » Fri 21 Dec 2012 14:39
by Crotou » Fri 21 Dec 2012 14:54
by DeuZerre » Fri 21 Dec 2012 15:13
"Rocks are OP. Paper is fine" signed: Scissors[EUG]MadMat wrote:I think we could sow rocks, you will still tell us that a whole crop of UK nerfs has grown from it ...
by chema1994 » Fri 21 Dec 2012 22:26
by trotskygrad » Fri 21 Dec 2012 23:03
chema1994 wrote:The good things:
- 5HE, the same as every 155mm shell
- 2/1/1/0 armor profile, more than every APC (except up-armored Marders)
- HMG, imposible to rush against it with infantry
- 15 pts, full vet affordable (I never use it)
The bad things:
- 50Km/h, you have to rely on roads
- No turret, no fire on the move
- 2 AP HEAT
Is a great antipersonel infantry but completly limited against armor (even the lightest ones).
When I use it?
The ultimate anti-rush weapon, can take out rushes of VAB+Chasseurs without losses, also all NATO autocannons are vulnerable. But if the enemy is fielding armored units, maybe you can use "light" tanks like the T-55 or the T-62 since the KE guns are better because of the AP scaling with range. A great deck addition, but situational.
by chema1994 » Sat 22 Dec 2012 00:05
it's a 122mm shell >:(
doesn't BMP-3, BMP-2D and BMP-1D also have 2 frontal?
by D-M » Wed 26 Dec 2012 06:15
Wister wrote: sa mère les Konkurs.
by chema1994 » Fri 28 Dec 2012 19:19
D-M wrote:IIRC, its operational range is crap too.
by DiabloTigerSix » Mon 7 Jan 2013 10:21
by trotskygrad » Mon 7 Jan 2013 16:31
DiabloTigerSix wrote:IMO, even in defense, it needs to be combined with some base T-62s, which btw is another defensive units. The Su-122 can't really destroy any enemy vehicles, but the T-62 is good against APCs, IFVs and some "light" tanks.
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