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AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/20/2008 3:56:16 PM   
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7/12/41

The Imperial Headquaters got seriously worried after reports started to come...

..... no Force Z spotted.......STOP
..... no surprise at Pearl Harbour achieved; they have been waiting fo us........STOP
..... we lost lots of planes at PH......STOP
..... we just scored few hits on old junk at PH - none of the ships sunk.......STOP
..... our advance in China stopped.........STOP
..... Borneo captured, sunk 4 old DD's.......STOP
..... Heavy fights on Luzon and Malaya, some old merchants sunk......STOP
..... Hong Kong captured......STOP

this could mean only one thing - these bloody americans predicted it all - they simply wanted us into this war and lured our glorious forces into a trap..... how could this happen, how?

J A
squads....0......226
afvs........0........4
guns.......0.......53
aircraft..164....397
ships.......0.......9
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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/20/2008 10:14:49 PM   
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..... no Force Z spotted.......STOP
..... no surprise at Pearl Harbour achieved; they have been waiting fo us........STOP
..... we lost lots of planes at PH......STOP
..... we just scored few hits on old junk at PH - none of the ships sunk.......STOP


Hmm. This could set the stage for some major surface actions. Bad news for you, I know, but potentially lots of fun to watch.

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/21/2008 10:24:09 PM   
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14/12/1941

Much better news this time your Highness
Our forces have captured:
Rangoon. Khota Baru, Changsha, Panay, Palembang, Negros, Jolo, Timor, Wake I, Midway, Menado, Manokwari and Samar

Our glorious forces have also managed to destroy light dutch forces during the night battle near Surabaya. Admiral Nagumo reports he sunk De Reuter, Java, Tromp and another CL. Our air forces have managed to track down and sink this old tender Langley.

American carriers spotted near Australia. British battleships and carriers near Java and Sumatra.

This turn results:
J A
squads........45.............727
afvs.............3...............43
guns............0...............65
aircraft.......89..............257
ships...........8................12

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/22/2008 9:43:14 PM   
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Say what?? The Japanese lost eight ships last turn? Were any of them sunk in the surface fight against ABDA?

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/23/2008 12:12:58 AM   
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...ships lost are MCS and AP due to submarines - no DD lost or higher (neither on 21/12/1941)

21/12/1941

Your Hignness, glorious news
Our forces led by Admiral Onishi sunk 2 enemy Aircraft Carriers (Lexington, Saratoga/Enterprise?) during the air battle near Guadalcanal and left the battle without a scratch

Land battles are still stalemate although with some progres in Philiphines.

J A
squads.....0.......211
afvs.........0........16
guns........0........18
aircraft....95......100
ships.......6.........4

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/23/2008 2:03:35 AM   
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This aggressive ...   ... Halsey had order to turn back after attack, but he waited for KB rather. Such a total failure. Of course, he escaped Enterprise safely. I´d execute him.

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/23/2008 11:22:19 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: zamli


Land battles are still stalemate although with some progres in Philiphines.

J A
squads.....0.......211
afvs.........0........16
guns........0........18
aircraft....95......100
ships.......6.........4


If the japanese suffered no ground losses, they must not be attacking any serious entrenchments.

Interesting that the japanes lost more ships this turn than the Allies -- but the Allies lost the important ones!


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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/23/2008 11:33:11 PM   
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I do activate my units; I do order them to attack, but they simply refure


Your Highness, grave news
Our fleets were ambushed near Surabaya and we lost 2 CVL's (damn unlucky - each got one hit with multiple asterixes ). We have also lost night battle with many ships severly damaged and 1 CA lost although killing 1 enemy CA as well.

On the other hand our brave sailors managed to sunk Australian fleet consisting of 1CA, 4CL's and some DD's during the naval battle near Croone (?).
Our aircraft loses are building up your highness and we have to change our strategy. We also don't know how to motivate our troops fighting in China - they simply refuse to leave trenches

J A
squads.........4.......213
afvs.............0.........20
guns............0.........34
aircraft........130......96
ships............6........12

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 6:24:39 AM   
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Sounds like some exciting night combat between CAs - got any screen shots?

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 9:00:18 AM   
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just tell me in detail how you do the screenshots and I shall place them here

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 3:19:50 PM   
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I use Dfend Reloaded (http://dfendreloaded.sourceforge.net/) to run the VCR replay, then press the Print Screen button at the right moment.  Then you can paste the image into paint (or something like it) to trim up the image and save it as a JPEG.

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 10:11:37 PM   
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This is what has happened to my CVL's




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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 10:33:49 PM   
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This is what has happened during night battle at Surabaya..... at least the beginning, although the results played by VCR differe from the real ones and I dunno why?
These I see now are much better




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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 10:36:19 PM   
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And this one is the beginning of the night battle at Cairns - moments later the Allied fleet got annihilated




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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 10:39:37 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: zamli

And this one is the beginning of the night battle at Cairns - moments later the Allied fleet got annihilated


Many thanks for the pictures!

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/24/2008 10:40:13 PM   
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11/1/42

Nothing new at the front your Highness

Our shipyards are busy with over 20 BB's and CA's in repai process
The results (according to VCR I managed to capture Kuala Lumpur 3 weeks ago - bullshit and those allied ships SW of Surabaya are only looking damaged here - in reality they were barely scratched )

J A
squads........0..............10
afvs............0...............8
guns...........0..............10
aircraft.......94.............73
ships...........1...............0

< Message edited by zamli -- 6/24/2008 10:43:43 PM >

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/25/2008 4:53:44 AM   
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Nice job on the screen shots - Thanks!  That was quick   Some big surface duels as Cpt. H predicted

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/25/2008 9:01:01 AM   
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And do you have any idea why VCR playback results differ from the real ones?

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/25/2008 7:07:56 PM   
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Still trying to figure out why VCR results differ from the real ones. If they were true the whole allied navy would already be at the bottom of the sea

18/1/42

CL Sendai sunk near Khota Baru by allied planes from Singapore.

KB raid on Brisbane resulted in sinking 1CA, 1CL and 3DD's
Jitra finally captured

               J        A
squads.......6.......76
afvs...........0.......10
guns..........0.......53
aircraft......117....269
ships..........6........5

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RE: AAR - Rybka (A) vs zamli (J) - 6/25/2008 10:39:18 PM   
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quote:

Jitra finally captured

J A
squads.......6.......76
afvs...........0.......10
guns..........0.......53
aircraft......117....269
ships..........6........5


That's more like what you want to see! Still a surprising number of Japanese ships on the bottom of the pacific -- how are the sub wars doing?

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RE: VCR - 6/26/2008 6:54:44 AM   
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The VCR you see is flawed by so called "fog of war" meaning, especially for Jap's, that you see hits and ships sinking although little happened to them

You have to check in the sunk listing if you really scored.

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RE: VCR - 6/26/2008 9:02:14 AM   
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Now thats an answer. Thank you very much. Now at least I am sure that I am not cursed by some bug. Thanx again

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RE: VCR - 6/26/2008 5:54:22 PM   
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Your Highness, good news
Our forces have landed at port Darwin and we begun the conquest of Australia
All quiet on other fronts.

               J          A
squads.......24......317
afvs...........0........23
guns..........0.........98
aircraft......93.......158
ships..........1.........11

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The Land of Oz - 6/26/2008 10:18:03 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: zamli

Our forces have landed at port Darwin and we begun the conquest of Australia


You need to do it early if it's to be done. At this point, most of the Australian LCU's have low experience ratings. But it does mean pulling troops away from Burma and the Phillipines.


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RE: The Land of Oz - 6/26/2008 11:11:22 PM   
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Go go your Highness :)
Despite the crappy beginning of 1st week this can be a nice battle.

//to the vcr difference - imho it's not fog of war but some other issue, anyway treating it as FoW is good idea Capt. Harlock //

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RE: The Land of Oz - 6/28/2008 3:55:00 PM   
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Great news your Highness

Our forces have finally conquered Kuala Lumpur and are now on their way to Singapore. Hopefully we will kill those planes that are causing us so much trouble.
We have also managed to clear port Darwin of enemy troops and are now approaching Broome.

J A
squads.......15......68
afvs...........0........2
guns..........1.........23
aircraft......111.......124
ships..........7.........1

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RE: The Land of Oz - 6/29/2008 10:15:37 PM   
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Its so silent your Highness.........

J A
squads.......0......0
afvs...........0......9
guns..........0......20
aircraft......98.....136
ships..........1......0

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RE: The Land of Oz - 6/30/2008 7:36:57 PM   
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February '42

Good news your Highness
Our troops continue their march in Australia. They have just captured Broome and cleared it of foreign troops.

J A
squads.......143......244
afvs...........24......31
guns..........40......103
aircraft......5.....22
ships..........0......0

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RE: The Land of Oz - 7/1/2008 7:01:45 PM   
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Good news your Highness
Our troops have managed to land and capture Surabaya. The enemy have pulled out most of their troops and prepare some new defence line. We expect it to be Australia as huge reinforcements were seen to be coming from US.

J A
squads.......90......150
afvs...........14......15
guns..........14......52
aircraft......7.....12
ships..........1......0

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RE: The Land of Oz - 7/6/2008 3:30:57 PM   
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sometime in March'42

Your Highnes
finally some news - our brave troops have captured Singapore; they are fighting in Java, but 2-3 more weeks and we shall be able to clear it from enemy forces; battle still rages for Clark Field; our troops fight deep in Australia and for Port Moresby;

we have also lost lost of planes during enemy strike against Midway, but fortunately we have been able to repel enemy and kill most of invasion fleet's ships on they way home...

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