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Global Conflict Update # 2 . Update # 2? You must be pulling mah leg. . The Second Update for Global Conflict is fairly mid size, compared to the previous one, which featured some addons to the Generic Chinese, and the Generic United Nations. Please take the time to disregard anything I say, and just screw around here. So, let me introduce you to some of the newcomers in this ring. Israeli Defense Force Standard Light Infantry Um Woot? Here's the story: Blah Israel is a country with a cool army that has guns. The Standard Rifleman makes up the majority of the Israeli Defense Force. (No dur) His rifle is a Bullpup, 6.8mm SPC rifle (Remington was bought out by McDonalds in 2045, and they formed McGuns Fast Gun Service), based off of the already existing Tavor TAR-21 Main Service Rifle. Use Google for massive damage. Firing the rifle is no easy task. Soldiers complain that the rifle is not ergonomic in their short, stubby arms. Their rucksacks are simple at best. Israeli Ocifers (Did I say Oficers?) also use the standard service rifle. This one lacks a helmet because I ran out of em. The only difference is that they carry extra communications equipment such as this radio in their rucksacks. Israeli Infantrymen also have access to some of the most dangerous equipment around. This little guy is trained to use his anti-tank weapon only. Israel is not keen on collateral damage, and big explosions. So instead of anti-tank rockets, the Israelis have resurrected the anti-tank rifle. This rifle does not fire a large-caliber bullet. Instead, it fires a whoping 40mm Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabot round, which matches the penetrating power of a standard rocket. At this size, it is no longer a rifle, it is a portable tank gun. Ironically the weapon is light enough for a soldier to carry. (It is made of duraaluminumcarbonicacidicmethaneliquidcomustiblecheesetitanium plastic) Firing it is pretty easy too. Israel is also known for it's specialized infantry. This sniper carries... a sniper rifle. This sniper rifle is specially suited so that snipers can use it. It fires a bullet. It has a scope that is linked to the specialized vision apparatus on the sniper's head, which is made of uraniumcopperneonicgasleadacetatepolymericsolidpencilshavingcobalt alloys. The sniper is firing his sniper rifle... Ironic isn't it? The Sniper's rucksack is similar to the Ocifers's. Also making up for the Israeli's lack of High Explosives is the UAB. (Unmanned Aerial Bomb) It is a standard UAV used for reconnaissance, refitted with a small high explosive warhead for precision bombing. It is made of four components: (Clockwise from the top-left) 1) Tail Fins 2) Turbine Rotor 3) Warhead 4) Turbine Rotor When the UAB locks onto a target, it's turbines are discarded. The tail fins begin to spin, and guide the bomb to the target, via GPS. This concludes the Israeli Defense Force. For now. Russian Union The Bolsheviks have two new tricks up their sleeves. (From left to right) The Stinger Soldier, and the Grenadier. The Grenadier uses a dedicated Grenade Launcher. The Grenade Launcher is based off of nothing, and fires a 40mm Fragmentation Grenade. Grenadiers fire grenades in an arc. The Stinger Infantry uses a Portable Surface to Air Missile Launcher. Also known as the Stinger, it is capable of eliminating most aircraft, except for high speed bombers, etc. The Stinger is a heat-seeking missile weapon, and firing one takes a few seconds for the weapon to calibrate. This wraps up the Russian Union, and their antics. German Empire Germany, like Israel makes use of highly specialized infantry units, along with Barons, and Imperialistic Leaders. (From left to right) Anti-Materiel Sniper, German Noble, German Support Infantry. German Nobility serves no real purpose in the Royal Military other than advisers to the Kaiser, but some make great officers. Baron Von Schwarzkopf is unarmed. Like the Chinese, the Germans make use of soldiers with suppressive fire machine guns. However, this is no ordinary gunner. The machine gun used by the Germans is a 12.5mm .50 Caliber Heavy Machine Gun, which is attached to equipment mounted on the back of a soldier. Don't worry, the weapon has plenty of buffer springs to keep the soldier steady when firing. German Snipers are not used primarily for Anti-Personnel, but instead are used for Anti-Materiel purposes such as the elimination of military hardware, and light vehicles. The rifle used here is a Bolt-Action, 14.5x114mm armor piercing rifle. The rifle itself carries no real scope, other than an electronic sight, linked to the vision apparatus on the Sniper's head. This finishes the Imperial Germans for this update. Private Military Companies Mercenary Forces always have a good Combat Engineer in their ranks. Other than building defense turrets, they are also used in urban combat situations to destroy obstacles. The Combat Engineer carries a generic, semi-automatic shotgun into combat. Looks generic to me. The Engineer's equipment is made up of the universal hammer. And two high explosive Bangalore Torpedoes. This wraps up the Mercenary Forces, with a crappy foto of a equipment pack. Miscellaneous Among other things, one of the more random updates is the Swiss Oerlikon 20mm Cannon, which Iv'e been meaning to build after a failed attempt at a suggestion for a new product on Brickarms.Com. (Google Google Google Google Google) It is compatible with the Russian 75mm Auto-cannon Mount. It was originally built as a barrel improvement over the old 75mm Cannon, but I figured, "Why not?" That is it for now. Stay tuned off for Update # 3, coming when the fat lady sings. For more background information on Global Conflict, please do not visit this page. I hope your day is crappy and terrible. ZOMGMASSIVECRAPPYGROUPSHOT Reply to Comment: Will cool moc but u r a bad liberal person i rate u 2/5 I Reply: So now you're rating a Lego Creation based on political stance? You're probably not even old enough to understand politics kid. Don't always believe what your parents tell you with their politically biased lies. Learn what a Liberal and a Conservative is first before you go trolling the internet. You're pretty low. *Comment Deleted* Will *again* ok i am not dumb and its not my parents lies i listen to Rush limbuagh bill oreilly and shaun hannity i only rated u bad because read your comment on the georgia war if you read the book liberal facism you will find that liberalism is much like facism viva la Reagen global warming is a fantasy in your mind!!! I Reply: You are truly an idiot if you watch mass media pal. Fox News, along with every other TV Station is biased. Don't be a blind sheep like the rest of those fools. And secondly, you have the absurd idea that everyone on one side of the left or right are exactly the same. Last time I heard, it was the Conservative Islamic Fundamentalists and the Radical-Liberal Commies who murdered thousands of people. Quit living in your dream world where everything that you don't like is called Liberal. Imbecile.

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