Altaris wrote:I'm watching with interest. I've tried the same warplan combination as the CP in PBEM before. Tend to see major advances in Poland and Lithuania in 1914/early 1915, but the Western Front can become very precarious. If the Entente keeps up the pressure on the Western Front they can really put a strain on Russia. Also, keep in mind that the British aren't as critical to rush to the Western Front if Moltke Plan is chosen, and can show up for some really nasty surprises in Serbia or against the Ottomans.
This plan selection does lead to some really interesting "what-if" scenarios, I've had a lot of fun with it!
BBBD316 wrote:This is why I am concerned playing a CW2 PBEM with this guy.
Surely the Russians will have to break off from the Austrian border unless they are happy to lose all of Poland and risk getting cut off.
TXcavalier wrote:Impressive maneuvers against the Russians in the north. I'm interested in seeing how you exploit the victory.
havi wrote:give them a soft target to hit when u same time close the back door behind the frenchys and u will have great motti in your hands =)
havi wrote:hey aja can u please but a map with fronts too in these reports! Kiitos =)
ajarnlance wrote:I found this photo on wikipedia. OK these guys were cousins but they look more like twins here...!! King George V of Britain and Tsar Nicholas... source:
Thanks to Ernst Sandau for sharing this...
H Gilmer3 wrote:I know my WE AAR was against the AI of the Central Powers but I find it fascinating that the very strategy I used is being tried by the WE player. Trying to force the way through the lightly defended flank that Luxemburg centers on. I pushed through as many troops as I could into that corridor with only keeping enough to not allow frontal attacks from Metz and south to occur.
BBBD316 wrote:Remind me not to play against you
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