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ET:Wuerzburg Radar/en

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Data from the .pk3-file

Data from the .arena-file

Bsp-name radar
Supported gamteypes Multiplayer, Stopwatch, Last Man Standing
Default timelimit 30 min.
Default Axis respawn time 20 sec.
Default Allied respawn time 20 sec.
LMS Briefing The Baltic coast of Axis-occupied Sweden is the location of a secret radar research facility. Axis and Allied forces clash by night in foul weather for control of this crucial test site. Once again, it's a mortal, lethal fight to the death.
Multiplayer/Stopwatch briefing The Allies are attempting to steal components of the new Axis Würzburg 62A radar for technical analysis. The Axis must guard their two prototype radars and prevent the Allies from escaping with any stolen parts.
Axis winning text The success of the Allies' audacious foray has yielded vital technological information: from now on Allied bombers will be able to jam Axis air-defence radars with specially-tailored aluminium foil chaff. The failure of the Axis forces to conceal this weakness may cost them dear. They must hope that they can keep their secrets a little more secure in future.
Allied winning text The alertness of the Axis and the alacrity and aggression with which they respond to Allied incursions are a source of pride to the Axis Commanders and alarm to the Allies. The Allies will have to match the Axis' resolve if they ever hope to reclaim Western Europe. Basic failings in resolve and tactics have resulted in a humiliating Allied defeat.

Data from the .objdata-file for MP and SW gametypes

Axis Mapdescription We are currently perfecting the new Würzburg 62A radar at your installation. Protect the prototypes from any Allied attempts at sabotage or theft.
Allied Mapdescription We need to examine the new Würzburg radar: blast your way into the installation, steal the components and escape by truck.
Neutral Mapdescription The Allies are attempting to steal components of the new Axis Würzburg 62A radar for technical analysis. The Axis must guard their two prototype radars and prevent the Allies from escaping with any stolen parts.
Axis Objectives
  1. Primary Objective: Defend the Radar Installation's Main and Side Doors.
  2. Primary Objective: Prevent both Radar Circuit Boards from being stolen.
  3. Secondary Objective: Defend the Forward Bunker from the Allies.
  4. Secondary Objective: Build a Command Post in the Side Bunker.
  5. Secondary Objective: Stop the Allies from constructing a Command Post in the Side Bunker.
Allied Objectives
  1. Primary Objective: Dynamite the Radar Installation Doors.
  2. Primary Objective: Steal both of the Würzburg Radar Circuit Boards.
  3. Secondary Objective: Capture the Forward Bunker from the Axis.
  4. Secondary Objective: Stop the Axis from constructing a Command Post in the Side Bunker.
  5. Secondary Objective: Build a Command Post in the Side Bunker.

Data from the .objdata-file for LMS gametype

Axis Mapdescription The Allies and Axis are put face to face at a coastal Axis radar installation. They fight for the total control of the base, it's an all-or-nothing battle.
Allied Mapdescription The Allies and Axis are put face to face at a coastal Axis radar installation. They fight for the total control of the base, it's an all-or-nothing battle.
Neutral Mapdescription The Allies and Axis are put face to face at a coastal Axis radar installation. They fight for the total control of the base, it's an all-or-nothing battle.
Axis Objectives
  1. Primary Objective: Eliminate the Allied force.
Allied Objectives
  1. Primary Objective: Eliminate the Axis force.





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