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new mechs where rendered into the base:
(only few attached below)
the archive (with all thus far finished ones)
the firepower legend:
each "token" is a point
each column is range = 100,300,500,700,...,1900 (uneven hundreds of meters of 1st two KM)
each row is "dakka" an obscure assessment of weapon threat made by accounting for both DPS and Alpha-strike value in different proportions ("secret recipe")
max range accounted for is 1900m
max "dakka" accounted for seems to be undetermined yet  :-\, but UAC20 has 3.9 "dakka" as well as MRM40 launcher, FWIW?
Community created content / Re: MWLL Weapons/Vehicle Stats + Armor Values
« Last post by cest73 on June 26, 2017, 05:43:53 PM »

As promised :^]
new datas for the community available for the immediate download

Yours truly
Events / Re: Last Man Standing Championships 30 June- 2 July
« Last post by duelist on June 25, 2017, 09:00:12 AM »
Interesting idea Snow Gibbon. I will look into this for the event. Thanks for spreading the word Goat! We are just under one week out. I will set the starting times for the quarterfinals soon. A practice run was played on Saturday to get ready for the real thing.
Events / Re: Chaos March Battlelog and Operations Center
« Last post by duelist on June 25, 2017, 08:49:37 AM »
Battle   275   Battle for Planet   Tunnah   
Saiph Protectorate   attack   Tunnah   from   Tsistsang
Planet defended by   Capellan Commonality         
Map 1   TSA Golden Rocks   winner:   defenders
Map 2   TC Dune - V02   winner:   attackers
(map later replayed due to skill imbalance)
Map 3   TC Erosion   winner:   attackers
Map 4   RAID TSA Savanna Pro - V3   winner:   Defenders
Map 5   TC Bedrock   winner:   Not played   
Map 6 (if needed)   MAP_NAME   winner:   Not played   

Map 5 played Sunday June 25.
Planet is successfully   Not played   Planet belongs to      
Events / Re: Chaos March Battlelog and Operations Center
« Last post by duelist on June 25, 2017, 08:46:45 AM »
Battle 274 Battle for Planet Berenson.   
Blakists attack Berenson from Wasat
Planet defended by Saiph Protectorate.       
Map 1   TC Seaport - V05   winner:   attackers
Map 2   TC Harvest - Stock   winner:   attackers
Map 3   TSA Badlands - V06   winner:   attackers
Map 4   RAID TC Qandahar   winner:   defenders
Map 5   TC Forsaken - Stock   winner:   defenders

Planet is successfully    defended. Planet belongs to Saiph Protectorate.

Resulst are appealed due to map 4 being played as map 5. Rules do not allow raids on a map 5. Players did not connect for attackers until later in game and many d/c. Map under review.
Events / Re: Last Man Standing Championships 30 June- 2 July
« Last post by ELH_Goat on June 22, 2017, 03:48:37 PM »
I'll try to be there, more SA is always awesome!

Also (if you let just a smallish bit of thoughtcrimehacking, not really vying to spoil the Fireworks for you guys) - I bet most of the people here definitely approve of all "Born on the Fourth of July" type of things! :)
(+ I've put a notice about this on ELH forum)
Events / Re: Last Man Standing Championships 30 June- 2 July
« Last post by Snow Gibbon on June 22, 2017, 10:49:26 AM »
Just throwing this out there that I'm not going to play if it's infinite money every round. Madcat E duels every round are not fun, tbh it should be three rounds of Last Man Standing at different price points with top cumulative kills going to the next tier of the championship.
Toast / Re: New Sound Police On Patrol
« Last post by ELH_Goat on June 21, 2017, 06:02:45 PM »
Cool, thank you for that beat! :) ^^ also loved the little neat interlude with katanas swinging in it
Thanatos - the heavy lifter of any battle

Prime - scout extreme or, alternatively, a seat for an commander of an heavy lance. Its main punch comes from the powerful and radar-independent MRM30 launcher salvos. Being as they are, MRM are to be spared for slower targets as either an unsuspected opening shot or as an finishing blow to an already devastated enemy. Save the GECM suite and the team serving C3 target rely, the Prime has it's remaining arsenal in an versatile laser layout - the ERLBL, two ERMBL and the MPL. They all provide for lead-free targeting. This and the unlimited twist of the torso lend this variant ample anti air threat potential. Especially if crouched to further increase it's maximal pitch.

A - poptart extreme, sacrifices all for an almighty punch. The HGauss, while an assault class weapon, reaches out up to the medium range. The quartet of the ERMBL supplement it's firepower even further, if the target is not too fast. The most skilled pilots are able to align the two groups in such a narrow succession to overcome even this drawback. Other than Jump sniping, this variant offers nearby units a moderate missile shield by means of one LAMS, and for it self furthers it with it's own GECM suite. Pilots are advised to take care of its main weapon: it is placed to the hand to prevent internal Gauss explosion thus increasing survivebility of the pilots by a great margin, however once disarmed the unit might fall short of fire power regarding its class. Further, the two tonnes of reloads, although costly to fill up, provide for not much more than a dozen of shots - so care is to be taken that each one counts, and that the replenishment is obtained in time. The variant is reputable of overheat issues.

B- "work from home" - this variant is by no means an lone wolf, lacking any short range support, where it faced by an close opponent it can rely on it's hot ERPPC and the feeble LXB2 trio. But on the other side of the range scale, the odds turn quite the opposite way. Being supported by an NARC or TAG asset, this unit has the potential to make short business of any lance. The only spare ton of ammo helps the staying power. The LBX2 trio can be handy to deter an approaching BA from afar - long before any of its weapon can be effective, or to finish off an about to die target. The ERPPC, being the shortest range, provides firepower "only" up to 850m. To be most effective this unit is to be parked far away form the battle and on an elevated place providing good oversight of the surroundings. This is easy done by the provided Heavy class Jump-Jets.

C- "Bully JR" this unit is plaqued with problems: The UAC20 jams, the 5DHS are prone to overheat, the four SPL are underwhelming. Only the DSRM6 is reliable, low on heat, yet ammo hungry. Having in mind all of that, and the chance the UAC20 will be most probably the target of primary concern to an vary opponent, the pilot is advised to split the spare reloads to both UAC and SRM ammo. And stay close to supply and repair lines.

D- "the big bully". I assure You the "D" stands for Devastation. The LBX20, with it's thight WoE lends it self excellent for brawling - helping the denying of the vulnerable spots to the opponent. The MPL trio, provides the "in between" fire for the other two weapon groups, stacking up to the deadly trio. The DSRM6 provides reliable blow after blow for the lasting of the ammo reloads. Pilots are advised to calculate the ratio of LBX vs SRM ammo, and to be vary of the MPL trio taxing the 3 DHS. This unit can operate to is full firepower capacity without any radar support.

E- "Experience": a come to unit for an advanced player with an advanced team. The unit belongs to the poptart class due of its Gauss and ERLBL weapons. However, the iNARC puts it into an advanced scout/target designation role. The LRM10, although most far reaching, seems to be there only to add "insult to injury" would an successful NARC beacon be placed to the sorry foe. An valuable asset to any organized lance or formation.

F- "Fido"; -don't hold Your breathe, this unit is a classic IS heavy design - the goal was the price. No fancy weapons, no fancy tech, the unit is available already at mere 80700 c-bills. Other than that, it has the ample LRM20 launcher, for the long range response and the LBL and LB-10-X for the medium range threats. The later not taxing the 3 DHS by much. The two MBL and the four ERSBL array is the response for potential face huggers that would try to threaten the unit from point blank.

G- save the best for last? The "G" might only be standing for "Gladiator"? The Unit is on par with the Prime in armor, yet surpasses any Thanatos in maneuverability by it's improved heavy Jump Jets. The weapons are, all of middle range and of tree kinds, but might be split into only two groups - high fire rate and wire guided. The RAC5 has very similar DPS profile to the MXPL trio - a steady stream of damage over time. The MRM10 launcher, however fires every so often and a tight swarm of missiles. This two groups, used in conjunction to allow each other to reload/cool down, can provide an steady stream of damage to any but the most agile targets on the 31st century battlefield. Ill suited against aerial threats this unit will serve best against heavy or assault class targets.
Toast / Re: New Sound Police On Patrol
« Last post by (TLL)KitLightning on June 21, 2017, 02:04:07 AM »
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