I think the allies need a lot of help in Global. Trouble is, if the bid gets too big they can put it all in one theatre and unbalance the situation on one side of the map. So what I propose is a rule for bids that says you must place 50% of your bid on the Europe map and 50% on the Pacific map. If the bid is an odd number, you can place 50%+1 on one side. So for example if the bid is $17 you would have to place 8 or 9 in each side. This rule would allow bids to get a lot larger and give the allies a fighting chance, while keeping it reasonable on each side of the world.
AA:Pacific with AA:50/AA:42 Ruleset
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Anyone given any thought to playing AA:Pacific and integrating the AA:50 ruleset? By this I mean:
1. 1942/AA:50 unit costs and stats
2. 1942/AA:50 sub and transport rules
However the specific Pacific rules could stay in force:
1. USA Marines
2. Air Bases / Sea Ports
3. Japanese destroyers can transport 1 infantry
4. Unlimited builds in Hawaii and Japan
There is little conflict except in regards to SBR, where it would have to be decided which ruleset would be used for SBR, and if SBR would still affect the Japanese VP.
Any thoughts from you geniuses on how this would affect the Pacific game? Better yet has anyone actually TRIED it?