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Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:25:37 PM   
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Greetings! This was a 2v2 game with seydlitz on my team as Japan vs Rob Brennan and LoBaron as the treacherous Allies. Seydlitz had to remove himself from the game due to time issues and I have opted to carry on alone.

We had one major change form what might be the norm. On 12/7 the IJ concentrated its attacks on Luzon and the sea and air bases on Manila and Clark Field.

Picking up from seydlitz has been interesting to say the least. He controlled the JAAF, submarines, some ASW assets, Merchant Navy, China/Manchuria Area, the Home Islands and Burma.
I had control of the Kaigun, Malaya, and almost anything considered an island- both under Japanese control on 12/7/41 and the offensive to gain more territory.

The game is currently on 3/5/42 and some areas have gone well while others are not going so well. Incredible misfortune regarding IJN CVs has occurred with Dutch subs sinking one CVL, and damaging another CVL along with Akagi. Also Hiryu and Chikuma collided during flight operations and both were damaged. Currently the latter three flattops are in dry dock being fixed and the other CVL has been fixed and returned to service.

The allies are utilizing nuisance raids that have exacted a toll on shipping near the Home Islands. Steps are being taken to alleviate that problem.
On land they seem to have withdrawn smartly and have draw various lines in the sand to slow down the Japanese advance. In a surprise move, one of those lines became known as the Lumpur Line and was located at Kuala Lumpur in Malaya. The new line is at Singapore!

The assault on Malaya was deliberately weak with Imperial Guards heading north to Burma.







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RE: Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:47:32 PM   
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In China seydlitz went with a strategy of holding in the north with infantry and spending a lot of PP on every armored unit in Manchuria to banzai the south of China. The Banzai Blitzkrieg as we called it is stalled at Kukong where 100,000 chinese troop are dug in. Reinforcements are on the way to attack further or outflank Kukong- not quite sure which yet...





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RE: Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:48:34 PM   
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In the rest of China,advances on Sian are stalled in the highlands SE of the city.





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RE: Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:49:50 PM   
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In Malaya troops are assembling for the Assault on Singapore.




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RE: Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:51:47 PM   
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In Burma the Imperial Guards rolled through a fleeing defense and is all the way to Magwe




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RE: Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:53:01 PM   
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The assault on Bataan was planned for 3/5 and I just received the turn from LoBaron.




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RE: Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:53:52 PM   
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A look at the Celebes area. Timor has been liberated as well.





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RE: Offenseman vs LoBaron & Rob Brennan- Japanese Side - 11/1/2010 10:54:36 PM   
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The Rabaul area




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