Dang, there has been numerous times I go into a conflict only wanting to do a little damage and retreat out to save my tanks, because I don’t want them vulnerable in a newly acquired territory. Thanks for the answer.
First off,Germany needs to take just one capital to win the game(Moscow,Great Britain,or the U.S.).I personally try to take all three capitals if I have the time or luck.This is a very difficult task to say the least.
In my opinion. Yes, you can! However only as a part of a Non-Comabt move.
This isn’t quite correct, since it says you can move into the neutral but not through the neutral. Your unit stops in the friendly neutral and the neutral becomes your territory at the end of the noncombat phase.
How about taking the planes down with building fleet? you could make with your starting ipc, 2 destroyers to defend your 2 transports and use them in danish strait to transport to norway troops which march from there to finland. Which will worry soviet player because a new attacking force would form from the north.
In our games it’s a good tactic if the allies don’t destroy the german fleet immediately with their planes. And if they do that the planes which would have gone to russia will be lost in the fight with the fleet, 2 dst and 2 trns can inflict a lot of damage to planes…