My opponent did do quite some havoc and his AF never dropped below 10 once he reached this at UK4…
But, like Jetfan4hire already posted: Probably that won’t work against an axis player who knows what he is doing…
G was crippled heavily short after with only 3 territories remaining - value 22 IPC’s
I know, I messed up really bad that game 🙂
So, G didn’t have the force to strike back at the figs…
And that’s the reason why things worked out for my opponent…
If the UK fig is flown in for defense, then Bury is skipped.
Thanks, Tri- this is the crux of what I was trying to say. I even put it in bold in my last post to make it clear 😄
But I’ll do it again because it’s fun.
Russian and British choices dictate whether Japan can even think about Buryatia or not.
Buryatia is only possible if the right conditions exist. An extra British fighter in China means the right conditions do not exist. And if you do choose to do it, you build accordingly (3 transports), which deals with the U.S. threat.
To every question of “well what if _______ and what if________”, I answer- don’t attack Buryatia.
i agree totally, so did his partner. we both thought that after brazil he should have turned south and gobbled some african cash and then kept going through the indian ocean and back to the pacific. it would still have been far too out position to save his other fleet and with his land unit requirements he couldn’t build his minor fleet up to a level that would make the usa blink. once the trannies going into asia were gone, so was the game.
if you can engage the japanese capital ships in battles that force japan to lose some, even if the usa loses more then you can push japan out of the water, they simply cannot replace the BB’s they start with and still push into asia as fast as they need to for the axis to have a chance. Â then the usa player continues mounting pressure in the pacific or ferries over to sfe from alaska. Â i think if you can clear the japanese navy then they will lose their asian push because usa can then funnel troops over to east asia and disrupt their supply lines, even possibly grabbing some tasty coastal territories. Â it is just SO difficult against a savy japanese player.
Ah thank you very much. I know it may have been a dumb question, but it helps my strategies. “it is better to be a fool that is right, than to be a wise man that is wrong”, some guy who makes oxymorons.