Never played 2nd ed. What’s the difference in the Mongolia rule?
I’m up for 2nd ed though if you are game, Gargantua……
I need to “practice” my axis strategies.
So do I 😄
THE TITLE SAYS IT ALL! and i mean simple! like g1 attack every where. or g1 attack France. don’t over do it like… g1 2 inf 1 tank from_______ and 1 ftr from_____ and attack _____ get it? sorry if i seam rude.
for the love god France MUST be taken on G1
As the Allies take the french units FIRST.
If UK unit survive then you can attack N Italy with BEF remnants + some help from Alexandria / Egypt.
If you take it it Reduces the factory to a minor.
USA moves all ground units to Central US and build matching transports with a DD kicker.( I think that makes for 7 fully stocked transports)
Move pacific airforce to Hawaii and bring the AA from west us.
Germany: kill France and as much UK-ships as possible
Russia: perpare for invasion, buy 2 tanks 2 art
Japan: attack western allies J3, kill China, attack Russia J1
UK: Kill italian fleet, prepare for D-Day and japanese attack in the pacific
ANZAC: build 2 inf + 1 art, try to reach Dutch New Guinea
Italy: take Bulgaria, support Germany, close the suez channel
USA: prepare to support the western Allies (Pacific/North/Africa), needs CV, planes, transports, etc…
China: slow down the japanese troops
Doesn’t that take the fun out of the game? I hate to view other strats, finding your own way is the best 8-)
The most immediately contentious situation in this game is the war waging between Germany and UK. If UK’s not careful, Germany can buy boats and waltz right in.
If you play UK, concentrate on homeland defense for the first turn or two
If you play Germany and UK is not taking efforts to fortress her island, consider a sea lion strategy.
Delay of fame, five yard penalty! Lol
have japan pay attention to when they want to get america and england into the war.
Pay attention to the neutrals