Most Canadians call the E.R.T SWAT. Way easier to say SWAT and frankly, most Canucks recognize SWAT over ERT.
Mind you for me as a kid it was a member of the special weapons task force. No sense of humour. As a 13 year old kid I was chased into a 24 hour grocery store by some drunken teenagers. My BB gun was no match for four drunks and a pickup truck. Long story short when the manager called the police to declare there were men with guns in the store it really excited the small sleepy yokel police department who were sadly disappointed with two scared 13 year old kids were the gunmen. It was a CO2 bb pistol but still….no assault rifle.
if you want a good ww2 rts check this site out from time to time
its a mod for red alert 2 and it looks pretty damn nice…I personally didn’t like sudden strike because of the limited online play…and the fact you couldn’t build bases
I do only two crazy things:
1. When a capital is about to be taken (like Germany itself) I sing about it when it survives repetitive onslaught. “Berlin! How you do it, how you do it! BERLIN!”
2. I roll the dice with the highest number on it. (Like if something lands on a 6, i’ll use that die, statistically it shouldn’t be a 6 for that roll)
Too bad I can’t do that on dicey! (How much I loathe dicey errr…)
I once wore one of my helmets, (my spanish civil war helmet “Taco”) it gives you a headache, thus ruining your concentration.
I think the issue with this is there aren’t really a lot of “pitched battles” in the Revolution. I think this would need to be more on the lines of the AH “Battlecry” or DOW’s “Memoir '44” based on the commands and colors “engine.”