Couple of questions

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Post by 114-1121344827 » Wed, 27.7.2005, 20.43

Hi everyone. 2 quick questions I was curious about.
1- what does LDD KYLLIKKI mean or translate into.
2- when hitting a tank with a rpg what degrees of damage can you do. I was experimenting on where the best place to hit them was and I noticed that it ranges from turret damage to track damage to total damage. How accurate is the game.

Thanks again. keep up the great tips and maps.

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Post by jafarin » Wed, 27.7.2005, 22.02

1) Local Defence Detachment Kyllikki

2) As I know there is no big differences where you hit. Tank have only few places. Gun, tower, middle part and left & right sides. E.g. if you hit left side it get dammage. There is no any differences are you hitting front or back side.
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Post by 114-1121344827 » Thu, 28.7.2005, 17.34

Hi jafarin, thanks for the answers. I knew what LDD meant but, the translation for Kyllikki comes up as finnish def:"woman of strength". Is this correct? What context does the site use it in? Again I was just curious. Does anyone know where I might find detailed descriptions on the different iron sites on the various rpg's. eg. where the centers are, 100 meters,200 meters that sort of thing?
Thanks again. Refracter.



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Post by jafarin » Thu, 28.7.2005, 21.36

Kyllikki is woman's name from Kalevala which is the national epic of Finland. Kyllikki name is very old and there is made many song and paintings about Kyllikki.

Information about Kalevala

In our case you can read more about Kyllikki from our web page :)

"Kyllikki's story

Anybody who has served in the ranks of LDDK shall never forget the beautiful Kyllikki of Rovajärvi. When we were cold, hungry and exhausted after hard military exercises in Lapland, Northern Finland, she welcomed us to her cantina, which was filled with the scent of coffee, donuts and her perfume. She always greeted us with bedazzling smile at the counter and gave her best wishes as we left back to the cold, dark and unforgiving wilderness to perform our duties.

Her smile melted the freezing weather and filled our minds with hope. The blossoming roses like her remind us of the importance of sovereignty of our beloved Fatherland!"




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Post by Charlie Frank » Thu, 28.7.2005, 21.41

Just in case you've missed this..
http://kyllikki.tiimipeli.net/info.php

'Kyllikki' is a finnish female name, what it means in one way or another has not, I believe, been considered when choosing the name for our glorious detachment.
Meillä ei säikytä, meillä ei surra - iske ja murra!
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Post by 114-1121344827 » Thu, 28.7.2005, 22.54

Thanks guys, again you are lots of help. I figured it was a great story behind the name. Awesome site. I am glad I asked.
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Post by Hawk » Sun, 31.7.2005, 14.27

Charlie Frank wrote:Just in case you've missed this..
http://kyllikki.tiimipeli.net/info.php

'Kyllikki' is a finnish female name, what it means in one way or another has not, I believe, been considered when choosing the name for our glorious detachment.
You also might want to take closer look to our flag :D
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Post by Blake » Wed, 10.8.2005, 14.25

Kyllikki's fist both punishes and pleases... :banana:
"...vuonna 2010 Suomessa tarvitaan noin miljoona uutta työntekijää...vuonna 2020 tarvitaan jo 2 miljoonaa uutta työntekijää..."
- Jyrki Katainen 2001
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