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|Random things I've learned from 1 game|
|Topic Started: Jun 28 2011, 09:23 AM (174 Views)|
|dethtron||Jun 28 2011, 09:23 AM Post #1|
Here are some thoughts in no particular order:
-small platoons are risky. If you have the points, more models is more better. this is hard for the Germans
-know your race specific rules. ie don't forget to stormtrooper back into concealment every turn if you're a German
-you can count on your vehicles getting stuck on terrain pretty frequently
-always try to pin an enemy before assaulting
-try not to get your vehicles bogged down or bailed out when the enemy is in assault range.
-get as many platoons as possible, but try and have an even number of them.
-infantry are a bitch to get rid of if they aren't out in the open.
|Frank||Jun 28 2011, 09:49 AM Post #2|
-most things are hard to kill, so mo' stuff is mo' better
-shermans die in packs
-smoke is your friend
-always assault bogged down\bailed out vehicles
-terrain tends to favor infantry
|Memento Mori||Jul 5 2011, 09:48 AM Post #3|
- Being 'dug in' can be your best friend for holding a position.
- Airstrikes, when successful, can really put the hurt on your opponent, especially when his AA guns are bogged down.
- Mortars are a lot of fun.
- German tanks are terrifying.
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