- Mar 19, 2011
The next step is getting accepted into the Allies. After that, things will get a lot more interesting.Interesting! Chukufeng was somewhat of a waste, all in all. I can see why that mother is mad. But at least you did well and could stand against them for a time.
I'm curious why you were able to raid Soviet convoys along the coast of Siberia... I don't know where they would be going! You don't have an answer -- it's just odd. Are they sending supplies by sea from Arkhangelsk, or something? I suppose over long distances the sea route might be more efficient than the land route. This is true in real life, even, but I'm not used to the game understanding this.
I know Changkufeng was a waste of men and material, but at least my units could gain some combat experience. Running against the Soviets without Germans openeing a second front in the west is suicide in my current situation.
I guess they were overseas-trade, as I remember reading somewhere that convoys to provinces that have a direct link to the capital will only be enabled in FTM. (for exactly the reason that a convoy to Vladivostock goes faster tan the Transiberian Railway or whatever )Overseas trade perhaps?... Although they should use the sea-route to provide supplies as well. (Although it would probably be from the Black Sea, because it is closer.)
Regarding HPP: Is it correct that the German AI doesn't unleash the war when Japan doesn't join the Axis?
I mean: They did claim the Sudetenland, but didn't go further into Czechoslovakia and did also make a truce with Poland once they had reached Germany's pre-WWI borders.
After that, the Reich stayed calm.
Nothing against Germans not being the warmongerers or so, but it feels just a unrealistic