China, is realy not all that daunting, it may look big a scary but even China after a while can start to look rather small.
These are my present posations in my Ai test game, I am Allies, Early January 42, this is more or less a stable front, I will not have to do much of anyhting in China from this point on for a good long while if I dont want to.
Hear I have shortened the front, if its Japanese and was Chinese on this map its because I gave it up to the Ai, in preserving my forces intact, I have made the line I want to keep much more of a viable one.
With out getting into to much detail, I moved some forces up to key Citys so I could keep them and moved others back to key cittys so I could keep them, I dont want to give to much away, but I think from the shots you can see if you compare it to how it looks when you start the game what was done.
Suply in China Is tight, once you get whear you want to go, build the forts up to a 3 and then rest all of your foces whearever you can, when on rest they use less suply, ofensive moves if undertaken nead be short ones, as the Allies you dont have the suply for a protracted battle.
If you can Buy forces to move into Burma, get tehm someplace they can rest and refit, they will fill out nicely.
Always prep your forces for the target location you want, this is true for Defending and Atacking.
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Obi-wan Kenobi said it best: A lot of the reality we perceive depends on our point of view