- May 24, 2013
Very sad to hear about the heavy losses by the Royal Australian Navy, especially both HMAS Australia and Canberra.
Yes, the Allies, despite having more ships than the Japanese, are just squandering away all of it by showing up to fights with smaller fleets, and thus despite the Allies having many more Fleets, the japs win because their fleets are bigger. Also the USN is doing nothing, except for some light convoy raiding off their own coast...Well, this is just great. If this keeps up, the Japanese will lose their naval dominance in the Pacific sometime in 1947, as the USA follows a strategy of building and losing six BBs at a time to sink one Japanese vessel, which still succeeds by sheer dint of the massive USA IC.
It's all about keeping up with the Johannes'.That is a big upgrade bill indeed - those tech advances do have a significant industrial cost, but are crucial. You gotta.
Supply techs are essential to get them most out of your infrastructure. If you have a small and lightly armed army that's deployed close to home, I wouldn't bother. That said, in your AAR, Turkey has moved away from the small army close to home, towards ever heavier units, ever more air support, and ever further away from the supply hub. It definitely makes sense now for Turkey.Supply costs are getting high too - hopefully the improved supply org will help a bit. I really need to visit supply tech again in my game, as the costs of an offensive with quite a bit (in relative terms) of armour and air support are quite substantial.
I have no idea what you're talking about. (plausible deniability)I can see the exploits of this Far East partisan group will need to be followed. Given the factions and representatives of interested parties there, I will report “just the facts, ma’am” and leave the interpretation in the hands of eager reporters, propagandists, agit-prop exponents and other fanfic enthusiasts!
Next up, something something infrastructure improvements... You'll see.