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Hytzon
Posted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 10:21:47 AM
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Traks wrote:
Yes, Axis air forces are overwhelming Allied and it is quite enjoyable Smile
UK bombing is also pretty satisfying, some cities are nothing more than a rubble now.
UK citizens in panic are running to Canada, leaving UK without men.

Heh exactly as last game, even though the RAF is significantly stronger in this game.

Then again, I am fighting in Greece - not Suez, furthermore the Burma front is stabilized for now. Ceylon was the real disaster this session, but oh well... Churchill has faith that the American powerhouse will soon come to the rescue...

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Nikitn
Posted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 4:22:56 PM
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guys, can some1 post a save?
Fiendix
Posted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 5:03:44 PM
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Hytzon wrote:
. Churchill has faith that the American powerhouse will soon come to the rescue...



*cocky mode on*

you mean this powerhouse?



Evil Grin Big Grin


*cocky mode off*
Forgiven
Posted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 6:09:56 PM
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Hytzon wrote:
Heh exactly as last game, even though the RAF is significantly stronger in this game.

Then again, I am fighting in Greece - not Suez, furthermore the Burma front is stabilized for now. Ceylon was the real disaster this session, but oh well... Churchill has faith that the American powerhouse will soon come to the rescue...


Yea, I kind of learned from the last game that airforce is a nice thing to have, made me built it up a bit compared to previous one.

Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Which is a problem, if you are powerless.
juv95hrn
Posted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 7:06:07 PM
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Would anyone here mind if PI introduced rejoinable MP games (ie. dropped and OOS players can rejoin an ongoing game without everyone having to rehost!)?

I for one would not! One Tooth Grin
Traks
Posted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 7:11:27 PM
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Looky what is here.

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King Christian IV
Posted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 8:37:03 PM
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Fiendix wrote:
frantic moves by UK Indian high command..?


The (usually) victorious British army is used to sweeping away resistance, advancing in a briskly yet jolly and gentlemanly fashion. This whole concept of 'retreat' is rather new, and as a result the Indian command was poorly prepared for this. Because who prepares for what will surely not happen? Afterall the sun never sets on the British Empire. Unfortunately, in this case the rising sun of the Japanese Empire sat on the British armies in a very thorough manner.

However, experience has been gained! Even though it will still not be called 'retreat' in the King's army, but rather 'deconquest'. Wink

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