How we play, and what I think the rules state. You can only land on an island if it is already in the sea zone where the battle occurred, otherwise they would move to to get anywhere. One to the next sea zone and then two to the land. If you land on and island in the sea zone where the battle occurred it would only be one to the sea zone.
Posts made by apollyon
RE: Aircraft on a defending carrier
Submarine combat movement question.
Something came up a few days ago while playing. I am assuming this answer will match all variations of the games.
When you have a sub in a SZ Can an attacker come in to the SZ with destroyers and attack the subs with the destroyer, and pass through the SZ with subs ignoring the enemy subs. So you would attack the subs with one portion of your fleet and then pass through the SZ with the other portion of your fleet.
RE: Failed ambhib. assault what happens to the transports.
what was the result?
russian lost sub + cruiser + 3 ftrs, you lost 2 cruisers and 1 BB?
Russian lost sub cruiser and one ftr…so they won the sea battle and repelled the amphibious attack. So the transports retreat one space and can not unload right?
Failed ambhib. assault what happens to the transports.
So here is the scenario, You attack sea zone with 2 cruisers and one battleship, against a Russian sub and cruiser. You being Germany have three transports filled with six units. Russian player scrambles three planes and sinks ur fleet while losing theirs. Now my question is this in Global 1940 does Germany have to retreat and keep the transports unloaded, or can they unload into Germany since if they move back one Germany is right there. If you do not get to unload Russia is going to kill three fully loaded transports.
So my question is if you fail to clear a sea zone during a amphibious attack, you have to retreat BUT DO YOU HAVE TO STAY LOADED?
RE: TripleA map for Global 1940 Alpha Final
The only things I can see is some of the setups are off, Ukraine needs a factory and 3 infantry. And a few other placements… Also is there anywhere that explains the technology in the tripleA global? I am not sure they were named properly… so that’s a little confusing.