I based off what they pretty much had at peak of war. I didn’t do the 1 piece equals so many. I just made it like Uk 6 BB and spread them out. US I had 7 BB but reduced it to 5. 4 damaged in Hawaii at start of game. If it had like real 4 light cruisers and 2 h cruisers I just made that 2 normal cruisers and 2 more normal cruisers. To eliminate the 3 diff pieces. Everything else straight up with tweaks to setup as we played the game.
Yes the eastern front setup is more like spring of 41 than dec. 41 like pac is. based on the game balance and timing to work
Out. As u see the battle of the Atlantic is at its peak too. More like dec 41 there. Only issue in most games if not all is the d day invasions. Most happen before June of 44 in all games but to get correct US wouldn’t attack Europe until turn 7 or 8 with torch happening sooner
That would be a major setup change and year of turns.
I have my own map for game too.
Germany takes Holland. Then the UK takes it back. Do the DEI islands go back to where Anzac loses all money from landing in all the islands that they took on 2nd turn?
Holland is unlike france, in that it can’t be “liberated”. Once lost, it’s pro-allied territory until in the hands of the axis or allies.
So if Holland is bypassed by Germany on turn one and Paris falls, per the rules Holland is considered a minor ally that is playable? If that is the case, are the DEI still able to be absorbed by FEC or Anzac’s??
Yes it is a minor capital, that collects money, and places units in it’s capital.
No the FEC / ANZAC can’t activate it’s territories.
Thanks Garg. Curious that they are allowed to in 1940. Is it because that Holland fell before Paris and did not have a chance to declare for the Allies?