Seedorf81 Posted April 18, 2012 Share Posted April 18, 2012 Wasn't it possible in WW2 to direct mortarfire with just the help of mapcoordinates? I mean, why do you need a LOSspotter if you know the coordinates from, for instance, a crossroad or a house that you cannot see directly, but that you can see on your map and want to have shelled? The mortarcrew knows how to read a map and they most surely know how to put rounds on coordinates, so wtf is this **** with the game having to have a direct line of sight on your target? (And so unevenly killing my spotters.) If I'm hiding behind a hedgerow or in a foxhole I can still read a map and use a radio, and an experienced soldier can determine if the rounds are falling correctly by listening to the sound of the explosions. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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