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Dod_peleliu by cheese-sarnie
0832 September 15 1944. US 1st Marines' landings at "The Point"
under commander Chesty Puller.
Under heavy fire from enemy forces,
they must secure the beach before proceeding inland. When considering
the number of men involved, Peleliu had the highest casualty rate
of any battle in the Pacific War. Out of roughly 11000 Japanese
defenders over 10000 were killed with almost 1800 US troops killed
and over 8000 wounded. The invasion was supposed to be over in 4
days but took over 2 months, the island was never fully secured.
Destroy the two 88 gun emplacements with TNT and secure the
command center, train station and main bunker.
Hold the allied troops at all costs and prevent them from
foliage, ship and sbd models by the team cheroke.
88flak models by Ranson.
punji stick model set and palmwall texture by Watchtower.
opel blitz model by surgeon
minimap and good karma by [YAZ]Druuna.
other custom models and textures by cheese-sarnie.
changes since b3:
changed the 88s to be TNT objectives instead of flags
new skybox texture and moving clouds model
changed the lighting to match new skybox
added aircraft flybys
added map html
new rock models
added opel blitz models
new palmwall texture
added punji stick models
fixed a number of gfx glitches
added some more cover to beach and rear bunker areas
improved and realigned water texture
added more detail throughout the map
added / improved no draw textures under map
added bumpmaps to some custom models
big thanks to Watchtower for the models and textures and for
helping test and generally
and finally special thanks to all the TLO admins and players :)
Pros: Very pretty.
Runs fairly well for an outdoor map.
Trenches are very well done.
Cons: Can't find any!
Notes: Seems like there's be very sparse cover on the beaches, but I've yet to play it