WoW, simply wow.
This 39 Varient is deeply flawed.
I have now a few games under my belt on this particular map and set up. And I have come to the conclusion that in order for you to attempt to make this more historically accurate, You have unneedingly extended the start of the game by at least 2 hrs. For being the Aggressor in WW2, Germany sure has a alot of constraints in what it can and cant do at game start.
Also you have unrealistically made UK too strong w their +2+1 bonus in home island… but nothing for fortress europe?
Whats the deal w the fucked up sub destroyer rules, 1destroyer per 1 sub is cool, but if the subs sneak shot, UK can launch all its land based planes and shoot at any sub that sneak shot?
Also, NB’s w a AA capability is retarded, Another UK lover’s Idea i assume.
Whats with UK’s Money magically disappearing if for some Miracle London Falls? Again BROKEN…Whats the incentive in taking London… Again none
Whats with Poland? All 4 games Germ ignores the Stack of Poles in western Poland for whole game, way to stay historically accurate.
Also you SBR rules are to lax. Little risk big reward for the bombers owners. Always on AA fixs this.
you can argue the VC conditions for a win, but most people play till a maj. capitol falls reguardless of VC controlled
All 4 games same w 4 different german players. Attack Russia because UK is unrealistically a viable target.
I have come to the conclusion that the Axis can not lose short of getting diced. Especially if Germ goes at them (RUSSIA) right away.
In Short this Varient is inconsistant in its rules and implication of said rules, Needlessly lengthening this game by alot time wise, Making the rules more complex, therefore time consuming in itself. And in the end, you get the same result, Germany taking Russia out, EVERY game.
Sometimes, the KISS method works best and not over complicate things.
Not all ideas implemented in this varient r bad, I like the rolling of french territory after Paris falls for example.
I would not recommend this rules set, its incomplete and Biased