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Is it possible to do a force attack in warzon2100 ? I want to hit on the oil factory of my allies, hitting CTRL + Mouse 1 doesn't seem to work

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The only reason I want that, sometimes my ally (computer player) takes over my oil dereck when it's destroyed by my enemy (I forget to rebuild it), I want it back by attacking that structure.

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What is RA2 short for? –  deutschZuid Aug 17 '12 at 3:07
    
@JamesJiao red alert 2 –  warl0ck Aug 17 '12 at 3:09

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Why don´t you simply select all units that should attack, and leftmouseclick the target?

Ctrl-Leftclick enqueues the "click command" for the selected units. As soon as the units have nothing to do, they will attack/build the target(s).

Update: Friendly targets, i.e. your own or your allies´ droids, cannot be attacked on purpose currently as far as I know. Friendly fire, usually happening unintentional, is the only way.

It might be helpful to concentrate on oil locations with trucks in the starting phase, letting the allies do their "let my tanks attack" game. Then, after sending out zillions of trucks to occupy as much oil derricks as possible, secure them with towers. Then, recycle most trucks (if you still have them then), and produce tanks to clean up the rest. You´ll have a better chance to win since you probably have more energy available then all allies and enemies.

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I think he wants to know how to attack friendly targets –  Lyrion Feb 11 '13 at 14:17
    
Ah. OK. Thx. Saw that now. –  TheBlastOne Feb 11 '13 at 14:40
    
I want to destroy the oil dereks of my allies, so that I can take over –  warl0ck Feb 12 '13 at 1:44
    
Not possible currently, as far as I can see. –  TheBlastOne Feb 12 '13 at 12:59

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