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No you don't. I believe this is a known bug. So whenever you finish a boss fight, try to frantically click on the drop. If you don't get them, don't worry, most of the time, old loots will not be useful soon. UPDATE: After further looking up online and confirmed by 1) another player and 2) from a live stream by Husky playing DoWII Requisition: your wargears ...


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For the original Dawn of War 2 and the Chaos Rising expansion the file to be edited is here: My Documents\My Games\Dawn of War 2\Settings\_keydefaults.lua For the Retribution expansion the file is here: My Documents\My Games\Dawn of War II - Retribution\Settings\_keydefaults.lua Make the edits you want, then rename that to keydefaults.lua and it works!


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No, there is not. Even when you have a choice of missions, they are limited in time. In my opinion, they chose to make missions with more identity, at the cost of this "infinity". Dawn of War 2 missions allowed to play an infinite amount of missions... But they were always the same: "go to the other side to kill the boss" or "defend the place". I think ...


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Mobility is the key. Hit and run, use your abiities smart and whatever you do, don't waste energy. That said, don't be so overly cautious with energy that you never use it, but don't spam rok strikes on single guys or summon dreadnoughts when you already have one. You should already know the effectiveness of blitzing one entrance at the start before ...


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I'm pretty sure they drop more often while you're fighting large battles because there are more enemies in those battles to drop the items. It's a matter of perception that they drop more often, not a boost in the rate. For example, if you fight two enemies, you have a 2 chances of getting an item. If you're fighting 20 enemies, you have ten times as many ...


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Learn what the various units, abilities and upgrades do Dawn of war is very "rock paper scissors"-esque with most units being strong in a specific situation (e.g. against vehicles) and very weak in other situations (e.g. against mele). In order to win you really need to be able to understand both what the enemy units weaknesses are (e.g. what units ...


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These weapons are removing corruption from the squad wearing it, in Chaos Rising. You have negative stats, to prove that you are worth, and pure to the eyes of the Emperor. However, if I remember good, such items are appearing also in Dawn of War 2, without the expansion. The "purification" bonus is not shown then, you will see it only if you finish the ...


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As Shadur mentioned, bringing up the menu in the game will pause the display. Despite the menu being in the way, you can still issue commands to your units and they will be executed once you unpause. source: http://www.pcgamer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5529‎


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Failing missions before the Tyranids show up does not increase the infestation level. Further, there aren't any achievements that are indirectly made impossible or harder by failing missions at this point. The obvious question - "Will my score be hurt?" also gets a favorable answer - no. The easiest and most likely way to obtain a high score (and the related ...


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You simply cannot as it would be easy to abuse the campaign system with that. It is just a game design choice the designers made.



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