Yea, but the beautiful thing about this map is, Germany and Italy are two spaces away from each other.
Odds are, if one can be counter attacked, then so can the other but neither can just run infantry from one to the other without tanks.
As a matter of curiosity, does anyone know if it is possible with the right moves and builds for the 1941 scenario to become the 1942 scenario in exactly two full turns?
Assume the players are all cooperating to achieve this, and assume any battle results go the way you like.
If you can manage it down to to actually getting the starting income of all the countries at the correct amount, mad props, but I’ll be sufficiently impressed if the board setup is identical.
Use of NOs are optional, whichever you think will be more likely to get you to the desired setup, but obviously nations can’t buy tech during the first two turns.
I would not think that italy should change sides. But it would be fun if italy could be it own side, and try to take over the world independant of germany and japan. long shot, but a true gammer could try.
Thats 2000 years too late :roll: