Jim D Burns
From: Salida, CA.
I will take a look at this before next release
While you're in there, something else just popped up in my new Russian game you should take a look at. I was forced to conquer Rumania due to the event chain where they back down to a declaration of war by Russia not working properly (I demand territory, they refuse, I declare, they back down but war remains hot and Russia has to conquer them). This past turn in my game (October 40 I think might be November) France went Vichy, Italy then immediately declared war on Greece, then they pressured Rumania to join the axis.
Rumania went from 15 or so to 49, but Rumania no longer even exists, so how did Italy spend political points on pressuring it and get a result? I'm now worried that Italy and Germany will continue to pressure non-existent Rumania and it will somehow magically reconstitute as a nation and join the axis side. I'll let you know what happens, but both the Rumanian event chain and this issue need some attention.
Edit: I kept a backup file of the save the turn after Rumania was pressured in case you need it. This area of the forum won't accept compressed files so let me know who to send it to, or I can make a new post in tech support if you want me to and upload it there if you need it.
One last thing to note, take a look at the Finnish war territory swap if you can. A partisan unit appeared on the Murmansk rail line the turn before surrender in my game and it cut the rail line with ZOC and Finland was then allowed to keep the territory. Russia also got to keep territory that it had occupied further west of the historical border, so the surrender of territory part of the winter war isn't working as it should since territory by both sides not part of the historical agreement should be given back.
< Message edited by Jim D Burns -- 1/9/2013 6:20:08 PM >