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Brought back the Desert Shellmap MiGs #13909

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Mailaender commented Aug 26, 2017

I found and rebased an old branch of mine, which adds back the MiG formation fly by which was silently removed during #4761.

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If we can get a 2nd approval in time, I think this could go into the playtest, too.

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reaperrr commented Sep 1, 2017

If we can get a 2nd approval in time, I think this could go into the playtest, too.

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Better than nothing^^

I assume there's difficulty in issuing specific orders on the shellmap. Unless you make some target structure invulnerable or something.

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SoScared commented Sep 2, 2017

Better than nothing^^

I assume there's difficulty in issuing specific orders on the shellmap. Unless you make some target structure invulnerable or something.

@reaperrr reaperrr merged commit e9e3e9c into OpenRA:bleed Sep 2, 2017

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