"The Watchtower twin machineguns employ depleted uranium rounds." Is that from the manual or something? Sounds kind of severe for GDI.--DarkMastero 20:01, 15 October 2007 (UTC)

GDI aren't exactly good guys either. DU rounds are just another kind of ammo, c'mon. Shaur M. S. Grizlin 21:01, 15 October 2007 (UTC)
Besides with a world covered by radioactive green crystals, a little uranium is nothing. -- 20:10, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

I think there are two mistakes in this article: First, in the beginning they say something about rapid fire railguns, but these things have just ordanary machine guns. At least i think so. It are pretty big MG's for sure. Second; By the end of TWI, the UN forbid the use of DU rounds. However, it could be that in TWIII, GDI does not follow that rule anymore. Besides, they also use Napalm for their grenadiers (the UN also forbidded the use of napalm). Has anyone any sources to confirm this? Oh, and, I just want to say that tiberium has nothing to do with uranium or radiation becuase you can adept to tiberium. I think if you would try to adapt to uranium, that would be a bad idea. Deaths 21:53, 25 December 2008 (UTC)

Remember, GDI is the world government by 2047. I'm not sure UN even exists anymore. Shaur M. S. Grizlin 22:20, 25 December 2008 (UTC)
From C&C3 Intelligence Database:
The Watchtower stands 30ft tall with twin 20mm railguns mounted atop it.
Equipped with an IR spotlight and the Next-Gen Sensor to detech stealth units,
this Anti-Infantry defence tears enemy infantry to shreds. Programmed to
attack any ground unit that comes within its range, the Watchtower is also
able to distinguish between infantry and tanks, and will prioritise the
Infantry over Tanks so as to maximise the lethality of its Anti-Personnel
So yeah. 20mm railguns. Automatic, obviously. BlackHand751 10:32, November 12, 2010 (UTC)

That's right. So it is possible that GDI doesn't give a shit about rules of DU rounds.

Oh, and the UN does'nt exist anymore. They alredy joined GDI in the TWII. Deaths 20:53, 29 December 2008 (UTC)

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