And it would be possible as well. Most times when Japan attacks round 1, it involves all the ships leaving SZ 6 and all the planes leaving Japan, so there would be nothing to defend those shiny new transports.
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.