ohms_law wrote:I'm just guessing, but I wouldn't expect anything for at least a month or so. I know that they're working hard on some issues with EAW right at the moment.
Bismarck1940 wrote:Throw everything I could at Zaragossa and Vittoria early to link up Catalonia with the North,
while holding on elsewhere.
ShadowofGod wrote:One thing the Republican side could have being able to ally with Anarchists and POUM units, but only at a ongoing cost of morale. Like the Reds/Anarchists in Revolution Under Siege. The game really ought to show this war from the Communist viewpoint, bastards that they were, as well.
ERISS wrote:NM is the morale of the army, of combattants, not of the party staff. In RUS, about the Red army, as the combattants in Red and Black armies are friendly almost the same paesants, but surely not the leaders and officers (who are not friends as they can kill each other even when allied), so the allying malus of Reds with Blacks will be changed in next RUS version with VP (bolshevik viewpoint) and EP (bolshevik propaganda). In RUS, defining the viewpoint is more easy than in Spain36 game: the conflict is older and it should bother less players if revolution is viewed in the usual red or bourgeois way.
In Spain36 game, the usual view is to say that it was republicans against nationalists. But there are even nowadays more meanings about what is a 'republican' side victory: for many it is an actual usual bourgeois republic (commonly abusively called 'democracy'), for others it is an anarchist or democratic revolution, for others it is the bolshevik revolution or coup-d'etat. It is still serious, Spain36 can't be taken in 'fantasy', even if Russian Civil War can begin to be so (there is even mix of RCW and War of the Rings..).
I don't have much idea to solve this: maybe an option is to be taken at start of the game, to choose which viewpoint,
or like in RUS the usual viewpoint is taken (bourgeois republic for Spain):
so allying with anarchists should make a VP loss, but not remove Morale, as the combattants were usually at least sympathisers of anarchists,
and letting the bolshevik coup-d'etat should make at least a VP loss too.
Alzate wrote: in the Rep, there was a near-total collapse of "order" in the first weeks, so it was unable to crash the rebels. This was the key point (along with German-Italian support): by the time the Rep govt (increasingly infiltrated by the Commies) re-created a "Popular Army" it was late 1937, the North had fallen and the European war was not forthcoming.
Leibstandarte wrote:I agree. There are some issues to be improved. I just need some time, atm i'm inmersed in some projects that makes me impossible to work in a future patch. But i'm sure i will work on it once i have time.
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