clandini5 wrote:You only get one GHQ per major power except Germany which gets two, one for the western front and one for the eastern front.
The limit of armies assigned to a GHQ may be limited to the strategic rating of the GHQ commander (but I am not sure on that).
As far as I know to make a 3 star commander an army commander to the GHQ they have to be in command range of the GHQ (they may also need to be active for this to happen, not 100% on that).
Having the generals at your GHQ sounds good to me (hopefully others can chime in as they may have a better idea).
I do not think the Eastern Entente gets diplomats (there are a couple options that they may be able to play to influence say Rumania).
Not sure on the Corps.
Wiggum wrote:@ deidaraakatski
Sorry thats totally confusing...
The command structure of TEAW is like this:
GHQ -> Army -> Corps -> Division
( A GHQ includes multiple Army's, a Army multiple Corps and a Corps multiple divisions)
...i'm pretty sure of that.
GHQ -> Army Corps (Corps ?) -> Division
...i think thats wrong.
Also, i'm sure i cant attach a corps directly to a GHQ like you wrote. But maybe if you say "Army Corps" you mean "Army" ?
So thanks but actually your answer confused me even more...
deidaraakatski wrote: This is also true of the corps abstractly represented in the game and only seperated by name, some are the name of an army, others, actually refered to as corps. Regardless, so long as they contain that diamond symbol on their tab they are in fact a corps, but abstractly can also be called an army (which is why in some manuals they are refered to as army corps).
Wiggum wrote:Sorry, even more confusing...
And i guess you talk about another AGEOD game all the time...
I only talk about the game, not real life.
The diamond symbol on the tab shows that this stack is a Army assigned to a GHQ. Coprs dont get such a diamond symbol on their tab and Corps cant be assigned to a GHQ individually (only as part of an Army).
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