View Full Version : Land Strike mission (stock campaign)
08-15-2005, 12:57 PM
willing to end stock campaign in my spare time, I've returned to SC after quite a while.......
I've reached the launch point and launched two TLAMs to the SAM site (the first one will be intercepted) and after a few seconds the remaining fourteen TLAMs available to the airfield: all weapons on target (I checked it by cheating, as after a few unsuccessful trials I was not able to figure out what was happening), nonetheless the percentage of airfield damage is way below 100%
is there anyone around remembering whether there is any bug or particular tactic to use?
08-19-2005, 04:53 PM
Did you get the last-second addition to the fire mission?
08-20-2005, 03:26 AM
no, thinking in terms on realism (funny thing to say from one living a life not delving with submarine warfare ;) ), having aircrafts scanning and searching the sea for me running away the harbour zone I did not climb to periscope depth (............ and my floating radio cable had been damaged :oops: ) .... thank you, I'm going to fix my faults....
08-20-2005, 04:21 AM
I've reloaded a save in which the streaming wire was intact, I've traveled until the launch point with the wire fully streamed (climbing progressively from 500 to 140 , speed 3), but no new communication came in
moreover, I have another question: the briefing says "4 TLAM strike on the airfield" :o how am I supposed to destroy the airfield (as the mission objectives claim) with only four TLAMs if fourteen do not do the job ?
08-30-2005, 01:14 PM
It's not the qualtity, but the precision of the strike.
Open up the map in the weapon waypoint screen and zoom in at the target, WAY IN. I'll bet your final waypoint is a little off. Unlike real life, Tomahawk in SC is not an area effect weapon.
08-31-2005, 04:16 AM
:yep: you were right: I've zoomed in to 500yds scale and my waypoints had a little offset
:damn: nonetheless I didn't manage to shutdown the airfield: the percentage of damage has increased to 74% (2 TLAMs expended for the SAM)
! did you load the horizontal tubes too with TLAMs?
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