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germanpeon said:if you havent already done so, I suggest replacing any Japanese island garrisoning divisions that arent too near the front lines with allied divisions so that you can make the most of your more advanced and efficient Japanese divisions on the front lines. For example, we all know that Colombo is impregnable so you might as well put an allied militia division there, if theyve got any.
Ah, I somehow missed that. Now I just need to find a way to sneak the word discombobulated into the conversation. Because that is just a too cool word to not be an operation. Hm, now I am pretty discombobulated myself.Remble said:In the beginning operational names were supplied by something Hirohito said in meetings, this progressed to how I chose the one for Panzer6 and similarly for previous operations. You don't need to directly supply a name, which is always a one word name by the way, just reply as you normally do to updates and when a word jumps out at me I will select it and let you guys know.
Remble said:You may have noticed that all the Japanese forces in Sinkiang and western Mongolia are in corps formations and all the ones in Manchuria are singles.
I thought they are a little too expensive for a skirmishing strategy. Witness the lost battle in the last update: he lost a CA, that could easily have been a BC! Still, a BC will be able to pound US CAs more easily, but how many more are left of those?Manziel said:pretty interesting strategy with BCs. but i think, they just fit into your skirmishing strategy
Generally that's what I do when playing Japan -- switch to the +20% supply minister after a while. But remble can't do that -- he'll get 1% dissent and it would take precious IC and time to reduce that. Better to stick with a +IC minister, especially as the minister isn't that bad.Juan_de_Marco said:I was thinking something else - the ministers, there's probably a minister that is increasing IC right now... The industrial armaments minister? +5% IC. Would it be more beneficial at your rate of supply-building to switch him for the +20% supplies? Would you 'get' more out of it?