Yes, if there is a possible scramble there. Is probably a good idea sometimes.
If you are landing a unit amphibiously, yes it would take the territory unopposed. But you have too clear the Sea Zone first, of course. You fail and the unit stays on board.
Question about sealion
I am about to start playing with germany for the first time and know of operation sealion. My question is this, is there one best sequence for a successfull operation sealion or can you vary it up in your experience. I would be interested in reading several buy options.
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The only thing I think you /must/ do is buy a CV on G1. This will make sure your fleet survives and can be quite useful throughout the game.
This might be a dumb question but what is a cv?
They have some funny acronyms here, the CV is an Aircraft Carrier.
Thats what the actual acronym is.
AC: Aircraft Carrier
CA: Cruiser (Heavy)
CL: Cruiser (Light)
I think these are it anyway
Another option, besides the CV buy, is to invest in bombers.
Do a strat. bomb on London G1 (with 2 bombers), and do another one with 2 + 2 on G2 (with a G1 buy of 2 bombers and whatever else your heart desires for 6 IPCs).
In my opinion, it’s the better option because once you’re through taking London, extra bombers are far more useful against the USSR than a carrier.