Revi68ss knows he has to be smarter than the enemy. His weaponry--tank, rifle, fighter, bomber, you name it--is inferior to that of the Allies he's fighting in Western Europe. That doesn't bother him. The challenge for Revi68ss and his comrades in the 6th Panzer Regiment ("Graubär") is in outthinking and outmaneuvering the Allies. He can't be afraid just because he's in the middle of the 1940 Blitzkrieg. He can't give in to fear even though he's in a firefight in north-central Namur and he comes across a Matilda Mk II Allied tank, which can take him out with a clean shot. His name, after all, embraces and flaunts death. It comes from Revelation 6:8, which begins, "And I looked, and behold a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell... More >>>
At top, the map of the Western European theater that makes up WWII Online's virtual battlefield, which is modeled on a one-half scale (every actual mile equals a half-mile in the game), meaning it would take you several days to walk across Europe; below, the game offers fighting by air (the Vickers-Supermarine Spitfire MkI), land (you choose which side your soldier fights on) and sea (the Brits' Fairmile B Type Motor Launch).