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          <rev contentformat="text/x-wiki" contentmodel="wikitext" xml:space="preserve">{{MapDetails
|Size = 1000×1000
|Map type = Summer
|Battle Tier limit = 5-10
[[File:Tr-redshire.png|300px|thumb|right|Visualised terrain resistance.&lt;br /&gt;Red is soft- and green is hard terrain.&lt;br /&gt;Unmarked areas are medium terrain.]]

A rolling area, dominated by a couple of hills. The village of Redshire gives places to hide from hill to its northeast. Artillery will play a powerful role on this map. 
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          <rev contentformat="text/x-wiki" contentmodel="wikitext" xml:space="preserve">Useful Information -

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WoWP 2.0 Q&amp;A


==Graphics Settings==
===Water Quality===
Changes water effects
*High: higher quality and reflections
*Medium: moving water effects
*Low: barely visible waves
*Very Low: basically flat water

===Post-Effect Quality===
Changes post processing effects quality. 

*High: Enable bloom effects
*Medium: Applies Antialiasing if enabled.

===Semi-transparent Object Quality===
A higher setting makes things less blurry. Changes quality of some things like:
*cockpit glass
*jet engine glow
*explosion effects

===Texture Filtering===
A higher setting makes textures look better when viewed at an angle

===Shadow Quality===
Shows plane shadows on the ground
===Texture Quality===
Changes quality of plane textures. Must have &quot;HD&quot; client for High setting.
===Object LOD===
===Particle Quality===
===Motion Blur===
Enables motion blur at the edge of the screen
===Foliage Quality===
Changes tree texture quality at close range
===Silhouette Quality===
Changes terrain texture quality
*Low: high quality texture within ~2000m
*Very Low: texture always lowest quality
===Render Quality===
Changes the 3D resolution
Turn anti-aliasing on or off. Requires Post-Effect Quality set to medium.

==Aircraft grades==
By progressing aircraft specific missions, you can earn aircraft type grades. Grades in game correspond to chevrons, with grade 5 being 1 chevron, grade 4 being 2, and so on until grade 1, which is 4 chevrons with a star above it. If an aircraft has a higher grade than another aircraft, it will be above it in the team leaderboard, even if the second aircraft had more personal points.

The segments indicate the progress towards completing a mission on a scale of 1 to 5. The total number of segments corresponds to a certain aircraft grade.

*Grade 1: 13 segments
*Grade 2: 11 segments
*Grade 3: 9 segments
*Grade 4: 7 segments
*Grade 5: 4 segments


===Fighter aircraft specific missions===
*Destroyed when defending
*Aerial targets destroyed
*Capture points received for destroying air targets when attacking sectors

===Multirole fighter aircraft specific missions===
*Capture points received for destroying air and ground targets when attacking sectors
*Sectors captured
*Destroyed when defending

===Heavy fighter aircraft specific missions===
*Attack aircraft and bombers destroyed (includes bomber flights)
*Capture points received for attacking and defending sectors
*Aerial targets destroyed

===Attack aircraft and Bomber aircraft specific missions===
*Sections of ground targets destroyed
*Capture points received
*Sectors captured</rev>