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RE: Question (TR 42 - 45) - 9/21/2014 8:12:51 PM   
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Thanks Joao. That is in part by design, but mostly owing to having reached the maximum allowable units for the Allies -- iirc 1999 or 2000. Eventually the Axis can reach the cap, too, if too many units are divided up.

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RE: Question (TR 42 - 45) - 9/21/2014 8:29:27 PM   
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Thanks for reply, Mark

I posted too early without checking the scenario on the editor. I did so and could see Allied units reach 2000 units - the limit - so it's clear why they don't divide.

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RE: Question (TR 42 - 45) - 9/21/2014 11:46:58 PM   
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How's the next version coming Mark?? :)

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RE: Question (TR 42 - 45) - 9/22/2014 8:33:08 AM   
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Have you asked for a copy of 3.6? Developers are (were?) allowed a copy for scenario design.

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RE: Question (TR 42 - 45) - 9/22/2014 4:44:06 PM   
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I am on the beta team, so do have access to the newest betas, but not expecting to reach the new limits in the 1939-1945 Europe scenario. It's big. After a break, I decided to streamline it by taking out the Nomanhon and political option components. So, I'm now back to revising the Events, which is going fast.

If it meets expectations, depending upon how everything else goes, and if it is deemed "permissible/appropriate/desired" to do a low end crowdfunding project then I will seriously consider adding in the Far East/China/Burma & Pacific. I'd assess it as "impractical" and more of a novelty item, as few would play it, fewer would finish, but it's the kind of thing I've always wanted to play.

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RE: Question (TR 42 - 45) - 9/22/2014 9:34:32 PM   
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Would that mean the Soviets have rail lines going off the east of the current map?? (You know where I'm going with this.....)

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RE: Question (TR 42 - 45) - 9/22/2014 10:04:02 PM   
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When Nomanhon was part of it, the rail lines extended (at scale +/- 60 km) to Vladivostok).

This shows where the map is presently. Rail lines are dotted red. The green line is where I'm think about extending the map detail. There are also two rail lines coming up from the south, one from Iraq that hasn't been built yet, the other through Iran.

Sea lanes all the way to Halifax/New York/Perth/Cape Town, are also very close to actual distances.

I can only hope that all of the things being worked on come to pass.




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