about Germany buying a minor: please correct me if I’m wrong, but, doesn’t the USSR have a minor IC in Ukraine in alpha+2? if I’m right, all Germany has to do is taking that IC and voilá! they got one right where they need it the most…
Posts made by Gallo Rojo
RE: Who do you go for as Germany?
Unit's cost: what's the criteria?
how are unit’s cost calculated?
is it there a formula (attack value+defend valute+speed+hits*whatever)? or have unit’s cost just have been adjusted from time to time and nobody really knows right now?
(I’m considering not allowing strategic-bombers to attack naval units as a house rule but I guess then I should modify their value somehow)
RE: Cruisers Class?
I’m not sure I would call them heavy though (standard displacement 10,400; 8 inch main guns)
A cruiser with 8" guns is considered a heavy cruiser. Light cruisers carry 6" guns.
since you seem to know about this stuff …
can you please tell me what are the main characteristics a WW2 fighting-ship had to have in order to fell in each category? (roughtly speaking… destroyers; light, heavy and battle-cruisers, battleship, and so? (I think I can figure out why aicraft carriers and submarines are called that way )
thanks everybody about the feedback!
Historical Accuracy: British Bombers and Ukranie IC in Alpha2+
I know this is a game and playability is important (probably more important than historical accuracy), having say that:
Shoudn’t UK have at least a Strategic Bomber? (RAF had them in 1940, actually had more and better bombers than the Luftwaffe, which had no real strategic bombers)
What is the goal of the new USSR IC in Ukraine? Helping the Germans (it’s prety obvious that Ukraine will fall to the Reich as soon as the Werchmatch attacks the USSR)? I agree the USSR did have factories in Ukraine, but they moved far east during the war. Woudn’t be a good cool idea for the Soviets to be able to do something of sorts? Maybe allowing the USSR to move just one of her minor IC to the Urals to represent Tankograd?