- Oct 5, 2007
People may be more willing to follow now. With Hausser dead, they may lose faith in the Nazi leadership
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Well....I don't exactly know how it will end, but I think Tristan Schnack will live (he kind of has to as the story is told through his perspective). The French partisans are really mild, I've had a few uprising in game, and the bombing of the troop train that lead to Hausser's death was just one of the scenarios I decided to include in this. German partisans are a joke really, they haven't done diddly squat.How does this all end?
Nah, how active are the partisans in this timeline? i.e French, German in Soviet territory, etc. I have more but they'll wait
Holding. Very precarious actually. I hesitated for awhile before withdrawing the SS Panzerarmee. They literally were a stop gap measure if the Soviets decided to attack in force. There were several skirmishes they had stopped before they became anything major. Right now, the front will be focusing on southern France - I gotta recapture my beloved Bordeaux!My question is: How is the front?
I'm winning and losing it. Some months I'm gaining unity for shooting down tons of aircraft, other months I'm witnessing a loss unity. Such is life.WIth ME 262 in action, how is going the aerial war?