Evening Herr KaLeun. I too have always been surprised that this charge was the last large scale one, but it is how I remember it.
Just to be sure, I did google last British cavalry charge and found and read of the one you mention about an hour ago!
17/20 I miss understood what they were asking in the 3 I got wrong and guessed right on 3 others that was kind of hard to understand what they were asking. Again it’s hard to ask about rules when there’s been so many games and rules sets.
They “construed” attacks on terrible tournament design, as personal since they designed it.
That’s not my problem.Â Read my words again carefully.Â And the first stone was cast when it was suggested, AA players weren’t competent enough to caluclate NO’s at the end of their turn, or that they can’t be trusted to use tech or play the 41 setup.
As the natural champion of “the people” around here… I jumped to your defence. You’re welcome GHR2.
How did you interperet any of that as an attack on the people? Are you seriously assuming that all brand new players know all the NO’s for every country and knows how every single tech works and how to roll with them? Because a significant amount of people who go to gaming conventions are people who walk around and try out new games. So it is logical that for some tournament hosters might want to make things as simple as possible so that new players are less than intimidated and that the game runs faster.
I’m sorry, but just slapping a tailhook on a Bf109 would not make it a viable carrier plane. The 109 had a light airframe & very strong torque at low airspeeds–not to mention its notoriously weak landing gear arrangement. It was difficult enough to take off & land a Bf109 from land bases–IMO it would be nearly impossible at sea. Upon hitting an arresting wire a 109 would probably just disintegrate–that is if it didn’t flip over onto its back first! The 109 was a buckin’ bronco & would probably have had to have been either completely redesigned or replaced by another aircraft better-suited to naval duty. Perhaps a modified FW190, but probably an all-new design…