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      Commanders, the Android Official Version has released, please go to Google Play to get it. To those commanders who participated the open beta, you can continue your previous progress in the official version. More info, please check the specific post.
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On 2016/12/24 at 1:15 AM, Bonkd said:

The General that I want to be included in the game is General Patton. He was in command of the forces in Africa, and stopped the Germans at the battle of the bulge. I like him because he could think ahead of the game, and he was very smart. I think that his in-game power should be for one hour all troops have a 50% increase of speed, without using any supplies, and give infantry a 100% speed boost. My in-game username is Bonkd.

 

General Patton is already in our game, please come up with another name:)

On 2016/12/24 at 10:28 PM, TheGrimReap23 said:

I don't have a favorite officer because I haven't played with them yet so Srry about that but anyways I know that this guy was in WWI not WWII but he did something amazing this guy captured 132 German soldiers on his own This mans name is Sgt.AlvinYork I feel he should be able when you capture a city the city starts with more than 2k of each supply it should start with more and maybe you should even get to keep some of the armaments that were there when you attacked

 

PS. One question if your officer gets admitted will you get the officer for free or even though you came up with the idea will you haft to buy him and my in game  name Is TheGrimReaper

Well I'm sorry but we can only give you 500 extra diamonds for reward:)

On 2016/12/24 at 10:31 PM, KingCB said:

Okay for 500 diamonds... 

my favorite current officer is the Turret General Scherer. This is because he's the best and most important one.

I would like to introduce/recommend a new officer named Adrian Warburton (I don't know if he has already been recommended or not because I didn't read this whole thread. And I don't know the names of all the current officers in the game because I don't have them except a couple of them). 

But anyway, Adrian Warburton was a British Royal Air Force Ace Pilot who did a lot of Reconnaisance work. He was famous for gathering Intel that preceded several major attacks against Italian navy ships and other targets. He was also famous for using scout planes (he led a squadron of multiple scout plane pilots) to attack bombers and other planes or targets they might encounter (even though the guns on their scout planes were moreso for defesive purposes). 

 

I would recommended that this officer give the following attribute boosts to Scout Plane values: 

Attack against planes: +35%

"Power" value (which is Life or Health Points): +500

"Sight" value (range of what they can see): +100

 

The sight boost is important because now that some players have the turret general which boosts the turret range by 100... our scout planes can't get close enough to a city without being shot down because turrets can shoot farther than scout planes can "see". The "power" boost of 500 is minimal but provides a small boost that could help in one on one battles. The attack vs air units boost is also a small change that will not change the balance of the game tremendously but will help the many players who smartly rely on scout planes for much more than just basic scouting :)

 

lastly and most importantly... I would like to recommend to the game developers that you all consider giving this new officer to ALL players in the game for free as a Christmas present on or around Christmas Day. Most players don't have any officer at all yet. Many players don't understand how they work, and/or don't know that they level up for free each map and that they will keep the officer map after map. Giving one officer for free will introduce the officers to free players in a way that could get them used to the officers and encourage people to want to buy more after getting a taste of the cool new feature. It would also boost morale in the game and keep a huge part of your core player base happy. More information and screenshots about my idea for an officer are included below.

 

my in game name is KingZeus

GODzFTW

 

Hail to the King! You are the first to submit this Officer:)

16 hours ago, KumandanYavuz said:

My favourite general is Erich Von Manstein he controlled his troops at france also he is a member of supreme command 

 

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Please give me more details if possible:)

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On 2016/12/25 at 4:23 AM, CommanderC said:

I feel like there should be an inclusion with Lt. Gen. George S. Patton. He was one of the most feared U.S. Commanders by the Nazis. Although his brutality could be called extreme, even against his own men, he demonstrated a great knowledge of warfare on the battlefield. After slapping a soldier and calling him a coward, he was removed from his position of command. However he would still prove useful when he was used as a decoy during D-day which gave the allies enough of a foothold to march further easily into Europe. I feel that because of his wisdom of the battlefield, his use as a decoy after he lost command, and his extremely feared name amongst Nazi officers, that he should be at least considered to be apart of this game. If he were to be, I personally believe that his special abilities could consist of increasing the endurance and strength of infantry and tanks, while slowing down the mobility and firepower of whoever fights the one with this powerful general!

 

Yes indeed he is a badass but he is already in our game, we would like you guys to share ideas for new Officer in future game:)

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I think that Heinz Guderian should be added. He was best known for a being a very good German tank commander during 1939-1940. He participated in the invasion of Poland and was entrusted with the invasion of France. Since he was most well know for commanding tanks, he should give a bonus to tanks.

-Plus SPD

-Plus Defence

-Plus Attack

-Plus Sight

 

My in-game name is AwesomeWinner77

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On 2016/12/24 at 11:01 AM, Blackwolf said:

 

Commander is your in-game name Blackwolfcorps? I can't find your profile:571f479858a98_QQ20160426184732:

On 2016/12/23 at 10:33 PM, Julius727 said:

 

 

Please tell me your in-game name commander:)

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George Patton, Leonid Gonvorov and Walter Model are my favorite for the early start on Battlefield which is one of my favorite part of the game.

My recommendation would be for André Malraux. There has been many FFI members who place crucial roles in the fight of WW II. My choice for Malraux goes only because he had crucial impact during the war but also after the war. 

And base on this statement from Wikipedia: "According to General Patton, the rapid advance of his army through France would have been impossible without the fighting aid of the FFI. General Patch estimated that from the time of the Mediterranean landings to the arrival of U.S. troops at Dijon, the help given to the operations by the FFI was equivalent to four full divisions. I would like to see a bonus for all units for "sight" and increase health, defense and attack for infantry.

At the beginning of the Second World War, Malraux joined the French Army. He was captured in 1940 during the Battle of France but escaped and later joined the French Resistance.[59] In 1944, he was captured by the Gestapo.[60] He later commanded the tank unit Brigade Alsace-Lorraine in defence of Strasbourg and in the attack on Stuttgart.[61]

After the war, Malraux was awarded the Médaille de la Résistance and the Croix de guerre. The British awarded him the Distinguished Service Order, for his work with British liaison officers in Corrèze, Dordogne and Lot. After Dordogne was liberated, Malraux led a battalion of former resistance fighters to Alsace-Lorraine, where they fought alongside the First Army.[63]

 

 

Thank you for taking my recommendation.

Pvt. Boulzac of the GODz     in game name: ApolloOfGODz

 

 

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Erwin Rommel

Johannes Erwin Eugen Rommel, popularly known as the Desert Fox, was a senior German Army officer during World War II. Rommel was a highly decorated officer in World War I and was awarded the Pour le Mérite for his actions on the Italian Front. In World War II, he distinguished himself as the commander of the 7th Panzer Division during the 1940 invasion of France. His leadership of German and Italian forces in the North African Campaign established his reputation as one of the most able tank commanders of the war, and earned him the nickname der Wüstenfuchs, "the Desert Fox". He later commanded the German forces opposing the Allied cross-channel invasion of Normandy in June 1944.
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Armor (Tanks)
+ Power

+ Speed

+ Attack Power

+ Sight

+ Range

Add Defense

 

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1st Lt. Aleda E. Lutz volunteered with the unit inaugurated by Elsie Ott (see #2), the 803rd Military Air Evacuation Squad, designed to carry wounded soldiers quickly away from the war front. Lutz flew 196 missions to evacuate more than 3,500 men. No other flight nurse logged as many hours as Lutz. She would have stretched that record of 814 hours out further, but in December of 1944, her C47 hospital plane picked up wounded soldiers from Lyon, Italy, and then crashed. There were no survivors. Lutz was the first woman ever awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, conferred posthumously. This was in addition to the Air Medal (earned four times), the Oak Leaf Cluster, the Red Cross Medal, and the Purple Heart. In 1990, the Veterans Administration Hospital in Saginaw, Michigan was named in her honor. 

(Heals loaded troops in transport planes over time)

 

Lieutenant Elsie S. Ott was the first woman to receive the U.S. Air Medal. Already a trained nurse, she joined the Army Air Corps in 1941 and was sent to Karachi, India. The Army Air Corps was considering using airplanes to evacuate injured military as they delivered fresh troops. Ott was assigned to the first evacuation flight with only 24 hours notice -and she had never flown before. The plane had no medical equipment beyond first aid kit supplies, the patients had a motley variety of injuries, diseases, and mental illnesses, and there was only one army medic to help her care for the passengers. The plane left India on January 17, 1943 and made several stops, picking up more patients, on its 6-day flight to Washington, D.C. The previous route for such a mission was by ship, and took three months. Ott wrote up a report on that flight, recommending important changes for further evacuation flights. She returned to India a few months later with a new unit, the 803rd Military Air Evacuation Squad, and was promoted to captain in 1946. 

(Speed boost to injured troops)

 

Audie Leon Murphy (20 June 1925 – 28 May 1971) was one of the most decorated Americancombat soldiers of World War II, receiving every military combat award for valor available from the U.S. Army, as well as French and Belgian awards for heroism. Murphy received the Medal of Honor for valor demonstrated at the age of 19 for single-handedly holding off an entire company of German soldiers for an hour at the Colmar Pocket in France in January 1945, then leading a successful counterattack while wounded and out of ammunition.

Murphy was born into a large sharecropperfamily in Hunt County, Texas. His father abandoned them, and his mother died when he was a teenager. Murphy left school in fifth grade to pick cotton and find other work to help support his family; his skill with a hunting rifle was a necessity for putting food on the table.

After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Murphy's older sister helped him to falsify documentation about his birthdate to meet the minimum-age requirement for enlisting in the military. Turned down by the Navy and the Marine Corps, he enlisted in the Army. He first saw action in the Allied invasion of Sicily and the Battle of Anzio, and in 1944 participated in the liberation of Rome and invasion of southern France. Murphy fought at Montélimar, and led his men on a successful assault at the L'Omet quarry near Cleurie in northeastern France in October.

After the war, Murphy enjoyed a 21-year acting career. He played himself in the 1955 autobiographical film To Hell and Back, based on his 1949 memoirs of the same name, but most of his roles were in westerns. He made guest appearances on celebrity television shows and starred in the series Whispering Smith. Murphy was a fairly accomplished songwriter, and bred quarter horses in California and Arizona, becoming a regular participant in horse racing.

Suffering from what would today be termed posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), he slept with a loaded handgun under his pillow and looked for solace in addictive sleeping pills. In his last few years, he was plagued by money problems, but refused offers to appear in alcohol and cigarette commercials because he did not want to set a bad example. Murphy died in a plane crash in Virginia in 1971 shortly before his 46th birthday, and was interred with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery.

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ingame name Hitgirl. 

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First I would consider General Curtis Lemay. In WW2 he was in charge of the pacific theater of war Air campaign and probably would have been shot and executed for war crimes against Japan if they had won. He later became general and father of SAC (Strategic Air Command) in 1948 he was in that post for 10 years. He was a tough SOB. He had no problems wiping whole cities off the map and at SAC had his finger on the button. The man was a true general and EVERYONE followed him. His ability I would think to the game would be strictly to enhance bombers and bombers alone. That was his specialty. 

The other General I would pick is Russian and in my opinion saved the Soviet Union from defeat against the Germans. But he's just my 2nd. I strongly recommend Russian General Georgy Zhukov. He lead the fight against the Germans and his brilliance was logistics. So his benefit to the game would be, if purchased, increase all resources coming in to 20%. Or around it. Eisenhower was the political general but Zhukov won that war. Hands down. He could also increase production at LC's or all cities as well. Which he did. 

Another would be General Rommel of the Third Reich. His ability extended to tank warfare and defense against invasion. He was a master strategists.

And it would be an INCREDIBLE idea to offer Eisenhower as a purchase. His sole purpose would be to increase the effectiveness of all the other generals by 10 to 20%. 

I also want to add a brit nicknamed Bomber Harris. RAF general. He was the General that invented and pushed for "carpet bombing". He believed that carpet bombing whole cities should and could alone win the war. We know that wasn't enough but his ideas changed the Atlantic theater's methods and is why we spent so much on bombers. The US bombed by day and England by night. I would say Bomber Harris didn't enhance bombers effectiveness so much but the production of and cost of bombers were improved because of him. 

In game name: GeneralJasonLB
 

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General Rommel, the desert fox.  WWII German General that was the master of tanks in mobile desert combat. He single handedly over ran most of Africa with his Panzer force. 

Dwight D. Eisenhower Dwight D. Eisenhower as General of the Army crop.jpg General of the Army Distinguished Service CrossMedal of Honor(offered, but not accepted by him). After liberating Europe, served as NATO head and president of Columbia University before being elected the 34th President of the United States.  
Entered the war as an assistant to the more senior Officers MacArthur and George Patton, showed his worth as a commander during the North Africa Campaign. In December 1943, President Roosevelt decided that Eisenhower—not Marshall—would be Supreme Allied Commander in Europe. The following month, he resumed command of European Theater of Operations United States Army(ETOUSA) and the following month was officially designated as the Supreme Allied Commander of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), serving in a dual role until the end of hostilities in Europe in May 1945. He was charged in these positions with planning and carrying out the Allied assault on the coast of Normandy in June 1944 under the code name Operation Overlord, to head the liberation of Europe on the Western Front and the invasion of Germany.
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I see there are many Generals that are being wished for that would boost stats to units that already have Generals. I was at first thinking "Don't you people know there is already a general for that?" Then I got to thinking after so many people were asking about different Generals that cover the same units, "How can this be used?". I came up with the following solutions.

 

1.)  Allow player choices of what General they want to represent their units. (Scenario General Bradley vs Field Marshal Montgomery both affect the same troops equally) I would definitely buy General Bradley, but never ever use Montgomery. So if you offered only Montgomery I wouldn't pay for him. I feel players would be more likely to purchase Generals they consider heros or role models over just some dude they know nothing about who boost their troops.

2.)  Create a unit boost slot for players to purchase. Once purchased the player can then pick from multiple Generals to represent that slot. i.e. Tanks (Armor) slot you could choose either Patton, Rommel or any other Great Tank General from whatever country during WWII.

Hope this helps.

SnakeEater out!

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11 hours ago, MrMinyMe said:

These are great names, but they were supposed to be posted by December 26

Yes Dec 27th is the final date to participate, but there are a few players didn't leave the correct in-game name so the rewards can't reach them...Still waiting for their replys:)

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On 12/24/2016 at 9:28 AM, TheGrimReap23 said:

PS. One question if your officer gets admitted will you get the officer for free or even though you came up with the idea will you haft to buy him and my in game  name Is TheGrimReaper

Now that would be nice. Best Idea I have heard so far. I would even prefer that over the 500 diamonds they are giving if yours is chosen. ??

On 12/23/2016 at 2:57 AM, Chris1107 said:

American Lt.Aldo Raine (Aldo the apache) A hillbilly moonshiner from Maynardville,Tennesse. Aldo bears a large scar around his neck which is rumored to be from a lynching. Aldo's nickname "The Apache" comes from his penchant for scalping Nazis (done in the tradition of American Apache Indians). Raine states that he is a direct descendant of legendary mountainman Jim Bridger.

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Erwin Rommel, popularly known as the Desert Fox, was a field marshal in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II. Rommel was a highly decorated officer in World War I and was awarded the Pour le Mérite for his actions on the Italian Front.

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Hey guys, just checking here to make sure everyone who participated in this event was properly rewarded, as I believe, but correct me if I am wrong, that you were to be awarded once the maintenance and V1.0.33 update went live?

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Well I want a few things but what I want the most would probably be we need more achievements and special infantrys from league city 

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