on the mediafire download for the complete rulebook the 3 player setup does not include France :?
Sorry about that! I must have done something screwy there…
No, That was my bad. I left it off the original. If it turns out that thats the only mistake on the whole document…… not too shabby.
It looks like a mixup of the 3 & 4 player setups. France is listed for the Russian player and British for 4 player.
“Three Players: Player 1: Axis powers / Player 2: United Kingdom and ANZAC / Player 3: United States,
Soviet Union, and China
Four Players: Player 1: Axis powers / Player 2: United Kingdom, ANZAC, and France / Player 3: Soviet
Union and France / Player 4: United States and China”
Fixed it, can anyone spot any other errors?
It would be even more effective if the US could spend its money to build bases on Allied territory, regardless of whether or not the US owned the territory.
For that matter, the US should also be able to produce units at the factories in France (as a whole) on its turn even after France (the territory) has been liberated. Historically, the US provided everything for the French army after the liberation of Paris – the French could not supply their own army at all after Paris was liberated.
Years ago chess was the G40 of it’s day. A beginners guide to analysis. Much as G40 lends itself. It could be used by any military instructor of any nation. And on a side note these United States are the freest states in the world for the individual. You can’t beat it anywhere. This nation of United States is the “shake-n-bake” of nation building. If all nations followed the rule book we follow, might find that militaries are no longer needed but be prepared for possible interplanetary encounters. So G40 will still be useful in planting seeds or new conscripts.