PJL wrote:For the record, I am the EE player. I confirm that I chose the historical plan, mainly for 2 reasons. 1. It's the one that has the best disposition against any German attack (well in theory) 2. It doesn't cause any NM lost to either the EE (very important) or WE (important).
The initial plan was to preserve NM at any cost, and to contain the Germans, and if possible go on the offensive against the Austrians, without suffering too many casualties.
I would offer but I would just be dead weight.
Hope you can hold off PJL till Jinx enters Berlin.
Jinx wrote:Thanks for the screenshots! It's the best way to keep up to date.
The thrust towards central Russia will fizzle out once he starts loosing supply. Two turns and I bet he will stall.
A shame that there where no attacks into Serbia! That's a good place to maul the Austrians. Lance is trying a very defensive game on all fronts except yours.
PJL wrote:There is a good sized Austrian corps across the next to Belgrade (equivalent to a Serbian army) so I'm wary of any attacks there. But I might do some feints elsewhere if there's an opportunity. To be honest, I'm so focused on Russia at the moment, I'm almost forgetting about Serbia.
Jinx wrote:I'd be interested in a screenshot of Serbia sometime, have the Austrians made any move at all?
At the very least you are distracting a few of their troops from joining in on the battles in the North. Whats the maximum entrenchment level in Serbia?
Do you think it would be insane to invade by sea into North Germany? Nearby Denmark? I've been reading up about Minesweeping and damage taken by ships from Mines. It doesn't seem too drastic. Of course, any landing would see German reinforcements fairly quickly, but...it would draw some of them west, and some north, allowing openings in Alsace-Lorraine for me to attack. Specifically that attack in Mulhouse...
TXcavalier wrote:Yikes! Your first battles on turn 7 both had river crossing penalties. I cringe when I see that for my side. Its going to be lopsided and bloody. PGL, how are you doing? Ajarn's screenshots make the Russian situation look good for the Central Powers.
BBBD316 wrote:Is that because they were yellow submarines, I believe they can go where they please.
Have you started buttering up the Italians?
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