Pride of Rodina

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  1. Also, are you sure it's not her still? I don't know, we still don't have a good picture of the back side
  2. Good! I'll split them half and half between you and Col then. Although, a little disappointed I won't get faked pictures of their destruction, but never being painted (although they're all already painted ) and never played sounds good to me! What a bargain of a service
  3. Good! I'll mail them to you Col and have you take them off of my hands. Thanks for the generous offer
  4. Are you talking about how the painted model wasn't Lunah? Yeah, I didn't think it was in the first place, I just like trolling you, Kan I was convinced after your first post about how it wasn't her. We'll see if it's Tunguska though I am still serious about throwing away my Kazaks if that sniper shot was a Tunguska model.
  5. That number IS set in stone. As someone who's helping to work on the Infinity RPG, that number came from Gutier himself and there are -very- few things he changes in the fluff. If any changes do occur, it's because the storyline has progressed and something different and new has occurred (i.e. Ko Dali being sepsitored). You'd have a better chance ripping a lion away from fresh meat, than trying to convince Gutier there's something wrong with his fluff and writing, which I'm sure he researched quite extensively, like he researches EVERY SINGLE THING. You can spend all the time and energy in the world, if you really wanted, to convince that man he's wrong and it would just be a waste. Not because he's that thick-skulled, but because he's not going to throw out his research and writing for that of someone on the forums (no offense to you, Yvain or anyone else) who don't fully understand why he picked the number that he did. I knew I took all of those Stat classes for a reason Following the equation for population growth (PF = PO*er*t, where r = growth rate and t = time), we get an initial population of 1.15 million. If we use r = 1.1%, we get 2.83 million, rounding up.
  6. I like paramedics for just a few points more and as backup specialists. My Veteran Kazak Paramedic has been my MVP for years now; however, they're much better paramedics than Vilunteers, but still. I think for my first Core Fireteam in CHA I want to run the Scots Guard Core, since I already have the models. I'll do the Volunteer Core once we get the new starter, and I'm still not too sure on if I want to try out a Grey, Highlander, or Wulver Core. Scots Guard and Volunteer ones just seem so good.
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    After making other people go through the grueling process of the interviews we've been doing at PoR, I decided it was only fair that I do one myself. So, today, I did exactly that: Humanizing the Humans of Infinity: Kyle Randolph (aka Pride of Rodina)
  8. Teasing for Operation Icestorm began around late May or early June and GenCon that year was mid-August. Teasing for USARF box began around mid-June and was early August Teasing for Red Veil began around late June and was early August. You're right YoJamesBo. I expect teasers (actual teasers, NOT snipershots) to be around June again, especially since GenCon is late-August this year.
  9. Man, it's been a while since I started a thread or asked for advice. I guess this old dog could do to learn some new tricks Anyway, as the title says, I started CHA back in December and now I'm about to put them on the table. I was curious what everyone thought of the different Core options (including Wulvers and Highlanders), pros, cons, and experiences. I see a lot of good in most of the Cores, especially the Scots Guard and Volunteer+Grey+Isobel ones. I am curious to see what you experienced kilt - wearing freedom fighters think of the Grey, Wulver, and Highlander ones though, as the not so typical choices.
  10. Yeah, I'm not a big fan of the Foxtrot Lt. either. Everytime someone tries to use it against me, I find the right one and kill them easily by turn two, sometimes even one. I understand that I'm not the typical opponent (as I play USARF and Ariadna, so I know the usual deployments and camo tricks), but I still think it would be better without the Foxtrot Lt. As Matraka14 points out, that's a lot of SWC for such a moot advantage over a Grunt. This is what I would suggest: USAriadna Ranger Force ────────────────────────────────────────────────── GROUP 19 1 1 MINUTEMAN AP HMG / Pistol, CCW. (1.5 | 34) MINUTEMAN Missile Launcher, Light Flamethrower / Pistol, CCW. (1.5 | 29) MINUTEMAN (Marksmanship L1, X-Visor) AP Rifle, 2 Light Flamethrowers / Pistol, CCW. (0 | 29) MINUTEMAN (Forward Observer) Rifle, 2 Light Flamethrowers / Pistol, CCW. (0 | 23) MINUTEMAN (Forward Observer) Rifle, 2 Light Flamethrowers / Pistol, CCW. (0 | 23) GRUNT Lieutenant Rifle / Pistol, Knife. (1 | 10) FOXTROT (Forward Observer) Rifle, Antipersonnel Mines / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 18) HARDCASE FRONTIERSMAN Tactical Bow, Rifle / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 14) MAVERICK (Forward Observer) Rifle / Pistol, Knife. (0.5 | 19) FOXTROT Boarding Shotgun, Antipersonnel Mines / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 19) GROUP 25 1 MAVERICK Submachine Gun, Light Rocket Launcher / Pistol, Knife. (0.5 | 22) FOXTROT (Forward Observer) Rifle, Antipersonnel Mines / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 18) DOZER (Traktor Mul Control Device) Rifle, D-Charges / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 14) TRAKTOR MUL (Total Reaction) Uragan MRL / Electric Pulse. (1 | 18) GRUNT Rifle / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 10) 6 SWC | 300 Points Open in Infinity Army The Uragan allows you to protect your DZ, Lt., and Lt. decoy while your aggressive pieces go up and obliterate targets. The Minuteman Fireteam now packs some extra punch. You have a SMG/LRL Maverick to bring extra AP and anti-Fireteam options. Lastly, a Hardcase to be a general pain in the rear as well as decoys from the actual Foxtrots themselves. It's less of an aggressive list as what's been suggested so far, it relies more on armor and applying the right gun to get the job done. Sure, it lacks the Sensor of the Devil Dog team, but it's a really tricky and finicky part of the team to use without getting them both killed.
  11. Bakunin already has two camo Infiltrators: Prowlers and Zeroes I honestly don't really see camo infiltrators being Tunguska's thing. I imagine we'll get Holoprojector infiltrators or maybe some other unique combo between infiltrator and something.
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    Here's a fun one. I've decided to start work on my own table of terrain and log the progress: Hobby Time: Welcome to Dawn, Part 1
  13. Surprisingly, yes. That is one of the few things I know However, I thought you folks would at least know why I was saying Krizas would be first. Unless the plan has changed, then Krizas should still be the first new Tunguska thing we see. Maybe what Carlos meant by 'someone', was a singular new model, as in a new Kriza-Buroc. He does have this thing where he likes to talk about models as real, organic entities.
  14. Boy, you're quick with those replies! Anyway, I edited the post to include the original information from the Interplanetary and Ashep, who told us the rest of the news about Tunguska that we currently know. Figured I'd give you a ding, in case you didn't bother to check back. Remember, rumors are my forte, comrade. There are few things I get wrong when it comes to rumors, leaks, and news
  15. That's what he said at the interplanetary to the person who told us all of the Tunguska news (like Krizas being S5, etc.). Maybe they've changed their minds and they're not doing that anymore? I didn't bother to watch the recent seminars, so I could be out of the loop a bit. Bostria said Krizas would be coming later this year, possibly beginning of next year, as focus would shift to Tunguska. When did Bostria hint at a character being released ahead of time? This is the first time I've heard this. From @Ashep, as what he was told by Bostira, page 16 of my Tunguska thread (bold is my emphasis): "Some more info from Bostria: Kriza Boracs are already designed (concept+colors) There are no casts (metal) of anything from Tunguska So, he has not said there are no 3D models. Yes, I'm being very picky here, but I'm so hypped I can't resist the urge to imagine things Kriza Boracs are S5 Kriza Biracs are the first new troop from Tunguska that we'll see, probably before the new book comes out They are so behind in the schedule that the new book coming out next year is, basicaly, impossible."