Eve of Destruciton 2

Last-modified: 2011-08-28 (日) 17:09:51

公式 Eve of Destruction
MAP説明文はロード中の画像に表示されるため、言語ファイルにはありません。
BFHQの装備一覧の説明文が設定できるようになっています。

 

言語ファイル Edit

デフォルトの場所にインストールされている場合は

C:\Program Files\EA GAMES\Battlefield 2\mods\eod\Localization\

の中に各言語ファイルが入っています。日本語言語ファイルはJapanseフォルダ内。
言語ファイルのutxtファイルはテキストエディタで編集できます。

「」この矢印で挟まれている部分がゲーム上で表示されます。

 
EOD_SS.jpg

Eve of Destruciton 2 ver.1.1対応。(ver.2.0では使用出来ません。)
3/4ほど日本語化済み、日本語言語ファイル 08/03/21

MAP投票時MAP名が表示されない不具合を修正 08/08/29

Eve of Destruciton 2 ver.2.0専用。(Ver1.1での使用は不可です。)
名前のオレンジ表示や正式名称化 09/04/18

 

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION Edit

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_wrench Edit

The wrench is one of the most comprehensive tools designed as it can be used to repair everything from damaged vehicles
to destroyed bridges.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Binoculars Edit

Binoculars, (also known as field glasses) are two identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side
and aligned to point accurately in the same direction,
allowing the viewer to use both eyes (Binocular vision) when viewing distant objects.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_BouncingBetty Edit

The German S-mine, also known as the Bouncing Betty,
is the best-known version of a class of mines known as bounding mines.
These mines launch into the air at about waist height and explode, propelling shrapnel horizontally at lethal speeds.

(注釈:地雷-Wikipedia/Bounding mine-Wikipedia)

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_car15 Edit

The CAR-15 Submachine gun was ordered by the US Army in 1966.
It was also known as the XM177.
It fires the same projectile type as the venerable M16 family of weapons.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_colt1911 Edit

A Semi-automatic (also known as self-loading) pistol is a type of handgun that can be fired in semi-automatic mode,
firing one cartridge for each trigger pull until running out of stored ammunition.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_dragunov Edit

The Dragunov Sniper Rifle, Snayperskaya Vintovka Dragunova, abbreviated SVD,
is a semiautomatic rifle designed by Evgeniy Fedorovich Dragunov in the Soviet Union between 1958 and 1963.
The SVD was the world's first purpose-built military precision marksman's rifle.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_mosin Edit

The Mosin-Nagant is a bolt-action, five-round,
military rifle that was used by the armed forces of Imperial Russia and later the Soviet Union and various other nations.
Also known as the Three-Line Rifle, it was the first to use the 7.62 x 54 mm R cartridge.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Rpg Edit

The RPG-7, ‘Handheld Anti-Tank Grenade Launcher’, 6G3, and its predecessor the RPG-2, are man-portable,
shoulder-launched rocket propelled grenade weapons.
Its ruggedness, simplicity, low cost and effectiveness have made it the most widely used RPG in the world.
Currently around forty countries use the weapon.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_SLR Edit

Many Australian soldiers used the SLR rifle during the Vietnam War despite its unsuitability for close jungle combat.
In fact, many Australian soldiers preferred the larger calibre weapon over the American M16 simply
because they felt they could trust the NATO 7.62 round to kill an enemy soldier outright.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_greasegun Edit

The M3 "Grease Gun" (more formally United States Submachine Gun, Cal. .45, M3/M3A1) was a submachine gun developed
by the United States during World War II as a cheaper substitute for the Thompson.
It was nicknamed the Grease Gun because of its resemblance to an automotive grease gun.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M14 Edit

The M14 rifle is an American selective fire battle rifle firing 7.62 × 51 mm NATO ammunition.
Although largely superseded in military use by the M16 rifle, it remains in limited front line service with the United States Army,
Marine Corps, and Navy. The M14 also provides the basis for the M21 and XM25 sniper rifles.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M16 Edit

The M16 is the U.S. military designation for a family of rifles derived from the ArmaLite AR-15 and further developed
by Colt starting in the mid-20th century.
It has been the primary infantry rifle of the United States military since the 1960s, is in use by 15 NATO countries,
and has been the most produced firearm in its caliber.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M21 Edit

The United States Army wanted an accurate sniper rifle during the Vietnam War.
It selected the M14 because of its accuracy, reliability, and the ability for a quick second shot.
As a result, in 1969, the Rock Island Arsenal converted 1,435 National Match (target grade) M14 rifles
by adding a Leatherwood 3?9x Adjustable Ranging Telescope (ART) telescopic sight.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M40 Edit

The M40 is a sniper rifle used by the United States Marine Corps.
It has had three variants ? the M40, the M40A1 and the M40A3.
The M40 was introduced in 1966.
Each weapon begins life as a Remington 700,
and is then extensively modified by hand by USMC armorers at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M60 Edit

The M60 is part of a family of American belt-fed machine guns firing linked 7.62 × 51 mm NATO cartridges.
The M60 uses a larger caliber round than the standard-issue U.S. service rifle, the M16 family.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M61grenade Edit

The M61 grenade is a fragmentation hand grenade used by the US Armed Forces in the Vietnam War.
The M61 has a thin sheet steel wall enclosing a notched steel coil and explosive core.
When the grenade explodes,
the coil shatters into high-velocity fragments that can cause casualties up to 15 metres away.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M72 Edit

The M72 LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon,
also referred to as the Light Anti-Armor Weapon or LAW) is a portable one-shot 66 mm anti-tank weapon.
It was designed in the United States by Talley Defense Systems and produced by Nammo Raufoss AS in Norway.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_M79 Edit

The M79 is a 40 x 46 mm grenade launcher that first appeared during the Vietnam war.
Commonly known as the "Thump-Gun", "Thumper", or "Blooper" in US service.
It closely resembles a large bore, break-action, sawn-off shotgun, and can fire a wide variety of 40 mm rounds,
including explosive, anti-personnel, smoke, buckshot, flechette, and incendiary.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Mas4956 Edit

The MAS-49 is a French designed semi-automatic infantry rifle that replaced the motley collection of aging MAS-36,
Lebel bolt-action rifles and captured German rifles that were in French service after the end of World War II.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_nambu Edit

The Nambu pistol was a semi-automatic pistol used by the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy during the First and Second World Wars.
The pistol had two variations, the Type A (also called the Type 4), and the Type 14.

(注釈:十四年式の四、拳銃の拳 はダメ文字)

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_ppsh41 Edit

Designed by Georgii Shpagin, the PPSh-41 (Pistolet-Pulemet Shpagina) was one of the most mass produced weapons of World War II.
It was designed as an inexpensive alternative to the PPD which was expensive and time consuming to build.
One of the PPSh's key cost-cutting features was the lack of any screws or bolts; all metal parts were stamped.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Remington Edit

The Remington Model 870 is a U.S.-made pump-action shotgun.
It is widely used by law enforcement as a defensive weapon and by civilians for target shooting, hunting, and self-defense.
The 870 features a bottom-loading, side ejecting receiver, tubular magazine under the barrel, dual action bars,
internal hammer, and a bolt which locks into an extension in the barrel.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Rpd Edit

The RPD was developed for the Russian military in 1944 for use as a squad automatic weapon (SAW),
and entered service during the 1950s.
It can be fired from a prone position with the built-in bipod, or from the hip with the aid of a sling.
It is fed by refillable non-disintegrating links.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Simonov Edit

The SKS is a Russian semi-automatic carbine, designed in 1945 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov.
It is formally known as the Samozaryadniy Karabin sistemi Simonova, 1945 (Self-loading Carbine,
Simonov's system, 1945), or SKS 45.
It was originally planned to serve as the new standard issue weapon for the Soviet military forces,
alongside Mikhail Kalashnikov's new AK-47 design.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_syringe Edit

A simple hand-powered piston pump consisting of a plunger that can be pulled and pushed along inside a cylindrical tube (the barrel),
which has a small hole on one end, so it can suck liquid in and then squirt it out by the same hole.
The word "syringe" came from the Greek συριγξ = "tube".

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Thompson Edit

The Thompson, also known as the "Tommy Gun", was a family of American submachine guns that became infamous during the Prohibition era.
It was used both by criminals and law enforcement officers.
The Thompson was favored by soldiers and civilians alike for its compactness, large .45 caliber bullet,
and high volume of automatic fire.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Tokarev Edit

The TT-33 is a semi-automatic pistol developed in Russia and adopted in 1933 as an improved design of the TT-30.
This pistol was widely used by Soviet troops during World War II.
Mechanically and externally, the TT-33 is very similar to John Browning's blowback operated FN Model 1903 automatic pistol
in design and function.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Type56 Edit

The Chinese Type 56 military rifle is a copy of the AK-47 Kalashnikov.
The rifle exists in three variants; Type 56 (with fixed stock),
Type 56-1 (with under-folding stock) and Type 56-2 (sideways folding stock).
This series of rifles is most easily identified by the folding "spike" bayonet attached to the barrel just aft of the muzzle.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_VC_grenade Edit

The Soviet RGD-33 was an anti-personnel fragmentation stick grenade developed in 1933 from the Model 1914 grenade used during World War I.
The RGD-33 is constructed with a central detonator around which is the 80 gram (TNT) bursting charge.
The charge is contained within a cylindrical can attached to a short throwing handle.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_VC_grenade_a Edit

The Soviet RGD-33 was an anti-personnel fragmentation stick grenade developed in 1933 from the Model 1914 grenade used during World War I.
The RGD-33 is constructed with a central detonator around which is the 80 gram (TNT) bursting charge.
The charge is contained within a cylindrical can attached to a short throwing handle.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_medickit Edit

A first aid kit is a collection of supplies and equipment for use in giving first aid, particularly in a medical emergency.
Most first aid kits contain bandages for controlling bleeding, personal protective equipment such as gloves,
and sometimes instructions on how to perform first aid.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Machete Edit

The machete is a cleaver-like tool that looks like a very large knife. The blade is typically 50?60 cm (18?24 in) long,
usually with a thin blade under 3mm thick.
The machete is normally used to cut through thick vegetation such as sugar cane or jungle undergrowth
but it can also be used as an offensive weapon.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_XM177 Edit

The CAR-15 Submachine gun was ordered by the US Army in 1966.
It was also known as the XM177.  It fires the same projectile type as the venerable M16 family of weapons.

WEAPON_DESCRIPTION_Dynamite Edit

Dynamite is an explosive based on the explosive potential of nitroglycerin using diatomaceous earth (Kieselguhr) as an adsorbent.
It is a High Explosive used to destroy objects, like bridges and earthworks.
It can also be used to destroy vehicles and other equipment..


GAMEMODE_DESCRIPTION Edit

GAMEMODE_DESCRIPTION_ass Edit

Assault:  A timer is set for 20 mins.
At the start of the round the US have 1 ticket and the NVA have 2 tickets.There is no ticket bleed and the flags are not worth anything.
Except one flag that has a deduction of 2 points if captured.
The NVA or US  have this flag at the start of the round. At the end of the 20 mins if the NVA have the flag
still the score will remain 2 - 1 to the NVA, the NVA would win. 
If the US cap the flag at any time in the 20 minute round,
the flag will deduct 2 tickets from the NVA leaving them 0 tickets and a win for the US.
This could be reveresed depending on what side starts off with more points than the other side.

GAMEMODE_DESCRIPTION_obj Edit

This mode works if one or both team have objectives. It also works if there are multiple objectives for one or both teams.
If a team's objectives are destroyed, the round will end. If time runs out and only one team had objectives, defenders win.
If time runs out and both teams had objectives, the team with the most objectives left will win.
If time runs out and both teams had objectives, and teams have the same number of objectives left,
the team with the most tickets left will win.
Also, points (2) will be awarded to players who kill enemies within a radius of 10meters of their team's objective.
Points are also given to players who destroy objectives (10).


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