We both agree that the movement is legal, since it’s not specifically forbidden by the rule book… but his complain is very soundable: all those zeros should be able to intercept my bombers (or other fighters if I had them)
Fighters in territories or sea zones being flown over cannot intercept planes. Only planes in the territory or sea zone actually being attacked may defend.
On another note i have alwase wonderd….when Fighters attack a territory that does not have any Fighters or AA guns in it and just Ground forces,do the Fighters attacking get to just keep rollin tell they have killed all the Infintry/Tanks?.I can not tell you how maney times me and my fellow A&A freaks have run into a situation where the Germans have these air forces attack a USSR territory with no AA or Fighters.So my queation is do they get to kill all the Reds or do they have to turn back after one round?
Ground units defend normally when attacked by fighters and/or bombers. The attacking air units can stick around for as many rounds as they like, or until they’re shot down, whichever comes first.
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Bismarck class battleship armor: belt 145-320 mm, deck 110-120 mm
Deutschland class pocket battleship armor: belt 80 mm, deck 40 mm
Admiral Hipper class heavy cruiser armor: belt 70-80 mm, deck 20-50 mm
From this, it sure looks to me like the pocket battleship’s armor is a lot closer to the cruiser’s than the battleship’s.
…and although their displacement was that of a heavy cruiser, they were armed with guns larger than the heavy cruisers of other nations.
Yea lets do the numbers, except not compare a super dreadnought in the same navy with its own pocket battleship. Instead we compare the pocket battleship to normal warships that could be opposing it ( from England)
HMS Exeter ( Heavy cruiser)
* 3 in
* 2½-1 in enclosing bulkheads
* 1¼ in over machinery
* 1½ in over stearing gear
county class cruiser
* 4.5 in with 1 in closing bulkheads (Berwick, Cumberland, Suffolk, Kent & Cornwall only, from 1935-)
* 1.25 in over machinery
* 1.5 in over steering gear
Admiral Graf Spee:
belt: about 3.937 inches–- compared to 3 inches for uk
deck: 1.5 inches-3.5 inches— compared to equal to double uk cruisers
King George V class BB…basically the top of the line Battleship for UK
Main belt: 14.7 in
lower belt: 5.4 in
deck: up to 5.38 in
Kongo Class battleship ( just for example)
deck: 2.3–1.5 in
belt: 8–3 in
OK based on this the German ships should be one hit, but at 4-4 and not 3-3