Another small beef I have with the current Finland situation, is that I think the Democratic allies would
have second thoughts about supplying the soviets with as much lend lease, as they do in the scenario,
if the soviets take Helsinki (Finland being a democracy) and installs a puppet government.
I suggest an event that stops further lend lease and a cancellation of any equipment to the USSR in the event that they take Helsinki.
Yes, our scenario has progressed to turn 103 and helsinki has just been conquered. With respect to this aspect bear in mind that playing as Russia I lost 2 in supply when I crossed the red line, and until turn 135 (second lend lease protocol) I have only gotten 1 from lend lease (in supply, not calculating the equipment packages). So currently in mathematical numbers they are removing supplies by -1 pr. turn, which off cause is a bit weired. If you furthermore wants to remove the equipment packages that means there is not only no benefit but a negative one, untill turn 135 that is.
just thought this was important to take into consideration for the 2.0 patch. I would properbly go with a much more free germany/finland in the beginnign of the campaign (go over red line in some places perhaps-house rules) since when I played as russia I just pulled back behind the line where they couldent attack, not a very russian or realistic thing to do all in all, so maybe just remove some of the political restrictions to the finish in order to force the russians to actually defend karelia.
Actually the wars in finland-karelia are quite fun, since you are limited in supply, its a kind of mini campaign which is different from central russia.
In fact from my current experience, playtesting (and play-matching: yes you faneflugt:) I would currently rule out leningrad if i were to play as the germans since it seems quite impossible to take (and I know some of you have managed it). But if all red lines were nulled, perhaps except for the one just north of leningrad, I think that goal might come back on the menue, as germany.
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