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{{Games|Gen|ZH}}
 
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|name = Artillery Barrage
|image = Artillery Barrage Impact (Generals).jpg
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|image = Artillery Barrage Impact (Generals).jpg
 
|imgdesc = Second after an Artillery Barrage impacts
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|imgdesc =Second after an Artillery Barrage impacts
 
 
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|faction = [[People's Republic of China|China]]
 
 
|time = 5:00
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|req = [[Command center (Generals)|Chinese command center]]
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|hotkey = B
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|ability = Launches an artillery strike on the targeted area
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Every [[People's Republic of China|Chinese]] general gained the ability to call in an '''Artillery Barrage''' when they reached a certain rank (providing they chose that promotional option). Located safely away from the battlefield, a battery of extremely long range artillery cannons could be ordered to fire upon an area. Artillery shells were unstoppable and could do considerable damage. Like many promotional powers, the Artillery Barrage had three ranks with the number of cannons used increasing by 12 each time (from 12 to 24 and finally 36). Even at the second rank an Artillery Barrage could wipe out most buildings, and it was also devastating against massed, stationary units in an enemy base.
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Every [[China|Chinese]] general gained the ability to call in an '''Artillery Barrage''' when they reached a certain rank (providing they chose that promotional option).
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Located safely away from the battlefield, a battery of extremely long range artillery cannons could be ordered to fire upon an area. Artillery shells were unstoppable and could do considerable damage. Like many promotional powers, the Artillery Barrage had three ranks with the number of cannons used increasing by 12 each time (from 12 to 24 and finally 36). Even at the second rank an Artillery Barrage could wipe out most buildings, and it was also devastating against massed, stationary units in an enemy base.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
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{{Generals 1 Chinese Arsenal}}
 
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{{Generals Leang Arsenal}}
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[[Category:Generals 1 Chinese general's powers]]

Revision as of 00:16, 7 June 2021

Every Chinese general gained the ability to call in an Artillery Barrage when they reached a certain rank (providing they chose that promotional option).

Located safely away from the battlefield, a battery of extremely long range artillery cannons could be ordered to fire upon an area. Artillery shells were unstoppable and could do considerable damage. Like many promotional powers, the Artillery Barrage had three ranks with the number of cannons used increasing by 12 each time (from 12 to 24 and finally 36). Even at the second rank an Artillery Barrage could wipe out most buildings, and it was also devastating against massed, stationary units in an enemy base.

Gallery

China.gif People's Republic of China First GLA War Arsenal China.gif
China.gif General Leang Arsenal China.gif