[0.9.1] Received Damage Announcer v2.2

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On September 23, 2013, in Mods World of Tanks, by admin

Very useful mod that shows who shot at you, even if the opponent was not seen. Besides mod shows cooldown of enemy guns. In addition, the mod displays how much time is left before the next shot the enemy. Author: Omegaice

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Features:
- Announces to the team who damaged you and how much when a team mate attacks you
- Displays a message when you are hit of who attacked you

Friendly Hit:

1

Enemy Hit:

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Installation:

Folder “res_mos” put to the root of the game

Download:

ReceivedDamage-NA-v2.2 (26 Kb)

ReceivedDamage-EU-v2.2(26 Kb)

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11 Responses to [0.9.1] Received Damage Announcer v2.2

  1. sw40ve says:

    it doesnt tell you the type of round be fired at you it shows the image of it but doesnt have apcr or ap or he next to it in () it does do (GG) but upside down

  2. Charlie010 says:

    Under 9.0 leaving files in …res_mods.9.0\scripts\client makes game to crash. Which is the right folder for scripts to work now?

  3. baron says:

    any1 have idea when ready 9.0 mod ?

  4. Josc says:

    That version seems to mess up the crew voices. With the mod installed all voices are Russian regardless of tanks used.

  5. monkeybutt says:

    This is illegal per WG as of 4/16/14

  6. Traveling_Buffoon says:

    when i put this in res mods my whole crew on german tanks speak russian lol

  7. Raf von Thorn says:

    Just delete vehicle.pyc file and you crews will be free from russian oppresion :).

  8. Mára says:

    Hello, not working for me and i dont know why. I have it in scripts/client.
    Anyway thanks for great mod i have been using for long time and enjoying it.

  9. fwt says:

    can i change the message when they teamdmg you? i tried but crashed

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