Re: the weather seasons question in Wif
- Remember that your fleet isn't there to destroy the enemy's fleet.
It's there to protect your own invasions and provide shore
bombardment and ground support. You don't need to destroy his fleet
as long as you can protect your units. This was also said in an
earler annual b.t.w. I think maybe the 1998 one or the one before.
Keep your carriers heavy with your best fighters. You only need a few
good bombers really. If you can shoot down his carrier planes, then
you'll have free reign anyway, and you'll be much better prepared for
a LBA only attack. Remember that CvP's take four turns to build, so
they're not easily replacable either. Of course, if you're not
playing with carrier planes in flames, then I strongly suggest you
start doing so.
--- In wifdiscussion@y..., "Patrick Havert" <phavert@n...> wrote:
> I think due to the larger areas that are covered on the Asian maps,
that this is what part of the issue is. If you look at a map of some
of these sea areas, I would find it hard to believe that LBA could
cover the entire sea zone.
> It is a pain in the ass though when you cant find the other fleet
in your impulses. It also forces the Allies and Axis into jumping up
their aggression if they want to accomplish anything, as you cant
wait until 1943 to attack, and miss everything in the good weather,
if you want to be in Tokyo in 1945.(learned from personal experience)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: warmonger3000@a...
> To: wifdiscussion@y...
> Sent: Saturday, December 01, 2001 12:24 AM
> Subject: [wifdiscussion] the weather seasons question in Wif
> This part of Wif is frustrating..EX: The weather is good in the
> Pacific and Japan and the USA are ready to slug it out, then you
> just find yourself in the short turns of the game (due to the
> that it's winter in the European theater)! So you get turns where
> can play only three phases right in the middle of the carrier-
> season. Any ideas how to fix this or is this the "realistic" way
> supposed to be?
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