US starts low on troops and action, Japan has almost no effect (once had +70, but could harm moscow only a little bit, by SBR), chinese get wiped out
UK: has some good lookin ships
Germany: nice tanks, can i borrow them?
USSR: more inf!
Italy: small but fun
In the 2nd edition rules you must own both land territories to pass thru the suez canal. There really should be a tiny line on your map. This is not an optional rule. Land units may of course move across the canal without transports. This is do to the size of the canal and actually follows the real thing. The canal is very tiny even today, so it was imperative in world war 2 to hold both sides for safe passage. If the axis owns one side and the allirs the other, no one goes thru. And movement thru is considered one movement point.
Welcome to the forum, Swantalon!
What are you referring to?
This is the Anniversary Edition subforum.
Bid insanely high.
The Allies have the advantage, simply because the Axis MUST succeed in reaching parity, or it’s doomed.
Chance is against the Axis. No amount of reasonable bid can encourage me to inherit the “Risk of Chance” or “Onus of Liability and Risk”.
As the allies, all you have to do is play prevent, and make sure -they- can’t win. Time is on your side.