mjw wrote:It looks like a blast but cant find any comments on it on the boards. When the game first came out, the was no AI for it but that was a year ago. Anyone tried this scenario? Any tips? There are so many events from bringing armies east to involving various allies in the war and equipping them.
I dont want to get in over my head if it is still unfinished.
mjw wrote: It's such a great idea for a scenario I can't believe more aren't playing it
mjw wrote:Well, you did your part. I hope AGEOD continues to put out quality wargames but we will see....I would love a "wars of German unification" using the RoP /RUS models....oh well.
I'm going to give this scenario a shot anyway....looks worth the time investment.
mjw wrote:Ok, but then in RUS even being supported anymore if AGEOD retains no control? I understand that RUS was an independent effort right? Will there be a final patch?
mjw wrote:Can anyone advice if the stock AI plays this scenario well?
Athens wrote:I would say RUS is partially the proof the computer wargaming market to be doomed. Anything outside WW2, ACW, tactical scale, or RTS, is just destined to become a business failure. There are too few customers willing to pay the right price to get computer wargames on more obscure period.
Nikel wrote:And when a complete game based on AGEod engine?
Pity that being french you do not like Napoleonic Wars
TheDoctorKing wrote: The AI does need work. It would be nice if Athens/Clovis could give it some attention though he obviously has plenty of other irons in the fire right now.
TheDoctorKing wrote:The troop quality of Red units and their leadership ratings should also be better than in the historical scenario. After all, this scenario represents not the untrained levies of 1918 but the battle-hardened veterans of 1921.
Good scenario though.
ERISS wrote:As revolutions didn't really happened, those who had stolen or driven it want to make believe people were the victor and love their new masters.
Look, exemple: Since told French Revolution which spread, there are still monarchies in Europe... for Republicans (bourgeois actual winners) and Monarchists (aristocracy) alike allied against Democracy* (people about to win the revolution) (I somewhat write here a Murray Muchkin sentence).
* I don't talk about U.S. Democrat Party, who are republicans contempting democracy instead of hating it.
OneArmedMexican wrote:There is Bohémond's work which looks very promising. As far as I can tell from the stuff he posted it looks as if he has made huge progress in tackling the weaknesses of NCP.
I think even if Reds have some veteran troops after RCW(Germans also have) they can not match with the troop quaility and equipment versus Germans in 1921. What can be done is to limit some options( mobilization etc.., or other. with harsh EP or money). As the name of the scenario suggests "to the east" everything was planned by Germans including railroads from Istanbul to Baghdat/central asia. If Hitler did succeed every nation in the path after a time would be a colony.
Nikel wrote:Clovis, Clovis,...
Athens wrote:Right, even if indeed Reds should have moe battle-hardened troops. The real challenge is to build a RED AI able to do some strategical retreats and strike back on German units when they will have supply difficulties. Interestingly, the problem of rail conversion isn't taken into account when it would have been as difficult for German in 1921 than in 1941. And the AGE engine isn't well suited currently to depict this. I'm looking for some solution about, and what I have drafted in my mind has to be checked by testing, this phase often forgotten by devs...
Baris wrote:Exactly this was in my mind before posting "Strategically retreats".If it can be done it will be some kind of revolution. The early stage is a problem for red AI that she can be overwhelmed early especially in Minsk and Don. But I truly believe is a hard task to do with big regions and many troops and possibilities. Against German AI I was able to hold with med random leaders as 6-7-7 Tukhachevsky(Full experienced) at Minsk against 700 k german AI. Well it is marvaleus scenario and everyone should be proud for preparing it. But needs some tune both for AI and some options.
Nikel wrote:Where have you gone?!
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