The Klou and I are back in FLA and looking to play some G40.
This time we are willing to play either side.
TripleA Lobby – once again kudos to these people. Many fun hours spent there.
Marathon session – we’re on vacation and we want to play until there is a clear resolution.
LOW LUCK, No Tech
Skype? It makes it easier and more fun.
G40 2nd Ed standard mod
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@Patchman123 said in EXACT pieces count for Pacific/Europe 1940 Second Edition:
@Midnight_Reaper said in EXACT pieces count for Pacific/Europe 1940 Second Edition:
What am I looking for is NOT a combined count for Pacific and Europe 1940 put together as one whole game, but rather, how many infantry there are in Pac. 1940 Sec. Ed? Not just infantry, but ALL pieces.
How many pieces for all the games? PER GAME, NOT combined.
Question already answered: @Midnight_Reaper:
Where is it exactly? I notice that there are pieces with nummeration on the bottom for sorting them out all by country, minus ANZAC, which has none on any of its infantry pieces in Second Edition.
The change of forum software has borked some of the old links to on-site posts. Here is a link to what can be found in a copy of Europe 1940, SE and a copy of Pacific 1940, SE: read for yourself.
If UK attacks and does not finish the standing army off, the standing army stays there.
I generally represent such a scenario with French units atop of chips as the French are the least utilized army.
If the Axis then moves in, you would represent all units there with the Axis nation that claims the remaining standing army. So in example:
UK attacks Turkey and has to retreat after killing 4 units.
Put 1 French Inf atop of the remaining units (3, I think?)
Italy then moves in and claims Turkey.
Remove the French INF, place an Italian INF atop the chips. They now move and act as Italian units.
Pretty sure that is how the scenario would work. Just remember that claiming neutral standing armies is part of the NCM phase, so those units in Turkey can only defend until the subsequent Italian turn.