Since Jet Fighters increases fighters’ attack values to equal their defense values in normal combat, I’d say it would do the same in SBRs, allowing attacking fighters to roll on a 2. However, Larry will need to confirm that.
But this is still not confirmed by Larry as I think. Or is it?
Yes, it’s just been confirmed. It will be in the next version of the FAQ (soon, I hope).
Great, thank you
Italy wasnt going to be a stand alone nation in the early concept stages - hence the cover not having any Italian represtation.
Bonus - Bull Halsey appears twice - but most of you prolly observed this.
Did Spring 1942 introduce defenseless transports?
Spring 1942 was basically A&A Revised played with AA50 rules. 1 or 2 Battleships and/or Destroyers were changed to the new Cruiser piece, but otherwise the set up was identical.
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The optional rules of Revised were ridiculous. I mean, every allied country had decent rules (and UK having probably the best with free IC and Joint Strike), and the Axis probably had the worst. Kamikaze anyone?
To be more historically correct, maybe the rules were correct. But I have to agree with the post of another member. If we were to do a historical game, we would have to take into consideration the attack/defense of every unit in the game, which would make the game far too complicated.
If one wants to play with joint strike, he should do so in in-house game
kamikaze could be strong
imagine a nice lonely carrier with 2 fighters on it with no place to land
worth a fighter?