Chronicler of the Light
- Aug 21, 2006
Nou! Why Soviet AARs are somewhat damned? Storm lost Chuikov, now you've lost Октябрьская революция... Shameful and most unlucky. But still, the Red Banner shall prevail!
Looks like a well-placed punch by the Germans. I sense demotions, Stalin style...The Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya was lost. The first major loss of the Red Fleet - the first Battleship sunk anywhere since the Great War - and it was the old Soviet flagship. The one named after the very birth of the USSR. It was national shame.
Maj. von Mauser - I wouldn't say it should have been a lvl3 really. I know that's how Paradox calls it, but they were still based on an old model, and thus limited by it. I'd say lvl2 would be the correct equilibrium.
On second thought. I'm more inclined to agree with the level 3. After all, it shouldn't be less than the Nelsons or Nagatos, ships built in the 20's, and which Pdox classes as level 3.I think Level 2 or 3 would work, but I think the ships is much more closer if not at level 3
If you take the Queen Elizabeth and the Gangut classes as they were in real life and make a comparason, both come out pretty Equal. And Queen Elizabeth is the Level 2 BB class for Great Britain. I think that right there puts an Original Ship of the Gangut Class at a Level 2 aswell. I can delve more in depth between the two classes but dont feel like it.
I think it would have. After all, the Hipper was hardly touched. It could have lasted one or two hours more.Anyways, the bottom line is the ship is still sunk, and it is a terrible loss for the Soviet Red Navy. Would have sunk if it was a level 2 or 3? We can't say, but I think the chances are much less.
Me too, just too bad I don't have more time for it. oSorry for this long rambling post, Naval Combat is my most favourite part of the game, and I love to discuss and debate about it, and why things are as they are.
I'm trying to keep purely Army info out of the AAR, but there will be some news on that soon.Stuyvesant said:Generally speaking, how is the situation on what the Germans would call the Ostfront? Last time I saw any details, the Red Army was closing on Warsaw, is that still the case? And what about the situation to the south?
Too soon still. Anything can happen...Stuyvesant said:Now that the end of Germany seems likely (what with Soviet, British and American invasions of occupied Europe), are you planning for what will come after the fall of Berlin? Or will you wait with that until you have a better idea of how the map will look at that time?
Many thanks! The images are on the making!Control said:Otherwise I am awaiting the next installment in this truely great story and the Red fleet sailing onwards toward victory!