As a reaction to an additional german trans in the baltic or any other placement of ground forces in Eastern Europe an addtional fighter would raise the russian airforce to 2 fig, 1 bmb.
Trading countries with airforce assistance minimizes failure in your attack and losses on the enemy counterattack. One additional reusable attack unit is excellent to slow german progress at reasonable costs.
And should it all go wrong there is an additional 4 defending Moscow.
@all-encompassing-goose It’s Too Germany favored, Pacific is even More Japan favored- that’s why I stopped playing it and I’m sure others as well unless they like winning the majority of the time playing the Axis!!!
I have obtained an edition of 2005, of which it is incomplete at the factory.
After comparing what is said on sites, I make this table, with the supposed account of the manufacturer vs what came in my box. I hope it helps others.!
And 6 dices.
Focus on Russia. They’re your main problem. Tip with that- get Russia to not see you as a threat and see Japan as a major enemy. Get them to move some troops to fight Japan. that will give you a better chance of quickly taking Russia. (Send everything to Leningrad, then smash through to Moskva)
Use your fighters and fleet to keep the Channel clear for a later invasion of Britain. Once you have Moskva, it shouldn’t be too hard to take Britain.