Latin American Ground Forces Tree

Oh hi thats me.

Havent played the gane in a while after the whole Abrams situation lol.

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Can you pass a picture?


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I approve because there are Mexican vehicles to be honest it is biased as I’m a Mexican myself, but still I would love this and would play this even if it’s the worst in the games.

PS: the rank 1 Mexican vehicles are from the 1980s so I would advise giving them a bigger battle rating.
here’s some info from Wikipedia: The DN-V Buffalo was created in 1984 by SEDENA and DINA S.A. in Mexico, and only a few were made, they are used in the Mexican Arm

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Battle Rating is not related to years. Never has been, really. The Búfalo uses the same armament as the M8 Scott, so it goes to the same BR as the latter. It’s either that or resort to a copy-paste Mexican M8 Scott. Personally I’d pick the DN-V Búfalo.

If I recall correctly we weren’t so sure about that being the Stuart hull tested with the Deutz engine, but Blasekiller may know more about it now. Gonna ask him about it, thanks for bringing this up to remind me!

And btw the X1P should stay. Either as it is, or with the mod that adds a 75mm recoilless rifle on top of the turret. There’s no reason to replace one with another as both are unique vehicles in their own way, and also the more the merrier :)

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I like the idea, you have my support from Perú

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I really hope this makes it into the game! it would be amazing to have the rest of the world in the game!

Also Colombia is purchasing and has tested most of the lavIII based vehicles, so adding the stryker, the LAVIII with the 30mm and others is an option!

I say yes to the tt overall, but no to this one. Trialed veichles are not options, and just because gaijin added 3 in the past it doesn’t mean more have to come to the game.

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Chile already acquired the NZLAV (LAV III) from New Zealand in 2022, only it was not added because the Guarani is more unique and Brazilian-made

NZLAV from Chile

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I don’t understand the strange fetish some people have with the vehicles that were evaluated.
I am totally against adding tested vehicles to a TT, except in very exceptional cases, as a last resort.

The only evaluated vehicle that I would support is the VT-4 evaluated by the EB, due to the difficulty/need to have vehicles in rank 8.

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Fair enough. I put it there as a squadron vehicle for this reason, anticipating potential flak from people against trialed vehicles… Thankfully our tree doesn’t exactly depend on it (apart from serving for lineups), so it can be ignored.

well they didn’t just evaluate them, the army already have multiple LAV plataforms and they’re getting reinforced this year and the next one adding up to around 80 in active sevice

oh I wasnt aware to be honest, nvm on that one then

this is actually a well thought tech tree without adding unnecesary fillers, a unified tech tree of latin america is quite strange but it does work well.

hope each nation gets its own hangar theme but that would be asking too much honestly.

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So I think if they did this, they would probably call it a Brazilian Tech Tree and just have subtrees for other nations or just through other nations in the tree to fill in the gaps. But I hope they do it one or way or another.

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I see a lack of Brazilian vehicles, the Guarani for example has more variants that could be added (Torc 30, AA)

the Cascavel also has several variants that were missing.

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What did you just see Lisa? what did you just see?

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Probably so as not to be redundant. In these cases, Gaijin will always give priority to those vehicles that entered service. In any case, Torc 30 fits perfectly as an event vehicle.
This is just a suggestion, it doesn’t mean that Gaijin will literally solve it like this, if he decides to put a Latam TT.

He refers to this

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It is practically the same the same vehicle, there is no need to add the same

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