I have 3 factory sealed, mint condition “Classic” sets.Â I do not either want to purchase one, nor do I want them to go back into print.Â Let em die out, I wanna sell mine for $1500 each!
I disagree. Classic is dirt cheap and so heavily produced it’s like “sealed Monopoly”. Even a sealed AA50 edition is really, really pushing it at $1500. Take a look on Ebay. Even AA50 can be had $250-$500.
There are fools and greater fools.
You should look for some of the threads that actually garner discussion. The threads that are immediately disputed indicate strategic errors by the original poster.
Strategic errors, or game rule errors, Such as…
You will probably wipe both forces out, but if you have a fighter left, land it in Karelia to better defend it against the Russians.
You cannot land airplanes in newly taken over territory.
@Morgrim16 Ah ok. “No destroyers” and some map details indicate that you are playing the MB-edition that we call “Classic” here.
In this edition every battleship that accompanies a transport for an amphibious assault has its one-shot support attack, provided there has not been a naval battle in the respective sea zone.
From the official Rules Clarifications document:
The only time a naval unit can fire at
coastal land units is when a battleship
takes part in an amphibious assault.
The battleship must be in the same sea
zone as the assault force to do so!
Several battleships can be in the same
assault and each one will have a
special firing privilege called a one-
shot support attack. This means that
each participating battleship gets one
and only one shot-not one shot at
each defender, and not one shot on
each combat round. …
So every battleship supports exactly one amphibious assault with exactly one shot.
Just indicate which battleship support(s) which assault.
(Moving topic to A&A Classic now.)