- Jun 9, 2012
Actually I'd like it if you're up to it; I have missed some of the "situation at home" updates since the war turned south. It'd be a refreshing change of pace.
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Nice to hear, I also need a little break from war updates!Actually I'd like it if you're up to it; I have missed some of the "situation at home" updates since the war turned south. It'd be a refreshing change of pace.
Slovakia is one of the options. As for the allies I have been trying it without any success, being democratic closes any chance of allying with those countries you mentioned and some others I tried as Bulgaria or Persia...the result is always the same, 0% chance.If I may make a suggestion: Slovakia. Perhaps you should try to push through western Slovakia to the Hungarian border, to try and pocket all of those Soviet units that are in eastern Austria? The terrain might be easier there, since I think eastern Slovakia is mostly mountains?
I have been following your campaign for quite a while now, and have been finding it very interesting, especially given your current predicament against the mighty Red Army! Have you considered trying to convince some more countries to join your side as allies? Perhaps Finland, Italy, Hungary, and Yugoslavia could be convinced to join your side? Not exactly the Avengers when it comes to allies, but at this point, anything would be better than nothing. And, as others have already said, you need to get some big encirclements going, or else you will never be able to regain momentum...
Good luck! And No Pasaran!!!
You could always coup one of the baltic states or sweden or finland to get their interventionism up and influence them wit trade deals of 0.1 at a time(you have plenty of those asgermany) to join you. that would be somewhat of a help.Nice to hear, I also need a little break from war updates!
Slovakia is one of the options. As for the allies I have been trying it without any success, being democratic closes any chance of allying with those countries you mentioned and some others I tried as Bulgaria or Persia...the result is always the same, 0% chance.
Nope, it does not matter how high are my relations with them,, the chance is still 0%. Believe me, I´ve tried with all the countries in Europe!You could always coup one of the baltic states or sweden or finland to get their interventionism up and influence them wit trade deals of 0.1 at a time(you have plenty of those asgermany) to join you. that would be somewhat of a help.
Thanks man, this is greatly appreciated since it´s one of the updates that involved more research in order to invent events that seemed more or less realistic. I liked a lot how it looked after I wrote this (grammar mistakes apart), so the compliments are a huge morale boost.Awesome post! I enjoyed seeing how you did tie in some of the front line happenings into the narrative. Keep up the good work!
I am not sure if I totally understood you, I think you mean that Germany is industrially supperior to the SU and so a puppet state could only be established if Germany is destroyed by the war. Well, if it is what you meant, the SU have much more IC than Germany right now, and I guess that my industry would get pretty much destroyed if I lose the war.Even if the leadership is replaced with a feeble one, unless the SU was to wreck Germany once again it would be next to impossible to establish a puppet regime over a country that is industrially superior that lasts long...
Yes, I understand your point and I pretty much agree with you, but I don´t think there is any way to do that in-game without weird consequences. I mean, if Germany gets annexed by the SU, they will get released as a puppet and I don´t recall any events to liberate it. It could be done manually, but then we would face a pretty boring scenario, since none of the Soviet puppets would agree to enter the new GDR block.The Soviets have more industry?! Well, it wasn't the case historically. Either way, the problem is you are so strong that unless they (after the war) destroy the industry (because it can, at least in game, be recovered quite quickly) being a puppet doesn't make much sense as you'd still have the strenght to create your own block, as you did in these years.
And about that expression... In Google I found it only in what appear to be websites from Spain, so it might simply not be used in LatAm.
I do not see it. :wacko:"Signo de la guerra". And about the nazis, they were gradually assimilated into more tolerant parties, specially the DNVP.
It is not against the war, is is against being forced to surrender to the Soviet Union instead of the allies; they propose to continue war in the East, but after negotiating a peace deal with the Western Allies. As for the nazis, they do not appear anymore in-game (to the point they are no longer an option in the next elections), which connects with the constant loss of votes they have been experiencing. In the last elections they only had 45 seats, and have gadually lost their influence with time.I do not see it. :wacko:
BTW, I found a similar expresión in an Argentinian newspaper, "Signo de una guerra". For the sake of knownledge. :happy:
What I do not understand is: why the DNVP was against the war?