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BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

Submitted by Illidan(Evil)X
This bundle is marked as approved. It works and satisfies the submission rules.
Russian BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
Made for the project Modern Warfare.
http://www.gamerisle.com/index.php?board=60.0

Give credit if you are using this model in your map.
Please do not distribute or modify this model without permission.


Code (Text):
Recommended World Editor Settings:

Art - Death Time: 3.00
Combat - Death Type: Can't Raise, Does Decay
- Illidan(evil)x

Keywords:
BMP, 3, tank, IFV, infantry, fighting, vehicle, modern, warfare, war
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BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle (Model)

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» Wolverabid « Date: 15th of February, 2008 Approval status: Approved Rating: (4) Recommended Main points: [x] The model is stable and functions properly in Warcraft III. [x] The model displays properly in Warcraft3 Viewer.
  1. michael.t.100

    michael.t.100

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    Sweat!!! This is a 100% download =D
     
  2. Destroyer25

    Destroyer25

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    Excellent model
     
  3. PointlessFight

    PointlessFight

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    The image on your post, is it from WC3? in that case, can you tell me how you got the ground to look like a real street?