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Back to News Listing Strategic Command Situational AAR The Road to Warsaw part 1

Posted: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

Greetings, and welcome to this second series of beta After Action Reports (AAR) for Strategic Command WWII: War in Europe. This and succeeding AARs will be a little different from others you may have read. First, they will not concentrate on a single campaign; more reports will be forthcoming, but each will instead focus on a different perspective and theatre, such as Germany attacking Poland; the Allies defending North Africa; and the Soviets attempting to repel the Axis invaders, among others. I will also vary the focus onto certain aspects, such as naval warfare, Diplomacy, Research, and so on. 

I will endeavour to assume nothing, i.e., that the reader has played prior versions of the game. Indeed, I must admit up front that I am a n00b to SC3 myself, so I’ll inevitably do things that veterans might find appallingly obtuse! Regardless, throughout the narratives I will attempt to bridge a broad river by not ‘talking’ over the heads of possible newcomers to the game or genre, while also not boring veteran grognards with extraneous detail. Additionally, the ‘voice’ addressing you, the reader/player, will change depending on the situation. I look forward to your comments about how this works (or does not), in addition to any other remarks and of course questions. 
 
I must also ask your indulgence; since I am new, and the game’s documentation remains in development, I do not have access to all the rules – therefore, much of the game’s mechanics and so on are as obscure to me as, in all likelihood, to most of you! Regardless, I will seek answers to questions to which I do not know the answers. 
 
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