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Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 3:10:31 AM   
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Does it matter? and for what kind of device?

I am seeing squads with 0 zero accuracy so i suppose it does not matter for squads, but does it matter for army weapons and AFVs in land combat?

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 2:05:16 PM   
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Yes it depends. You see it according to the original game. D.

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 5:51:10 PM   
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I have a (old)bad artillery piece(no recoil, rigid mount so slow rate of fire ) versus a good modern cannon. Should i cut on accuracy or cut on anti soft/anti armor in the old artillery?

That is my question.



I am seeing some curious data in Dababes are this typos/mistakes?

So Soviet LMG section range 2 , effect 14, penetration 1, accuracy 30, anti armor 15 anti soft 32

but

US MMG range 0, effect 0 , penetration 0, accuracy 0, anti armor 10, anti soft 30

US M2HB range 1, effect 0, penetration 0, accuracy 0, anti armor 25, anti soft 36

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 7:04:59 PM   
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Is this the dili - Dali thread?

I cannot answer your question, but I wonder if the Soviets were not as vetted as the rest since they only appear at the last of the game.

One of the first patches changed a lot of device data, the US ones might have been changed but the Soviets stayed the same.

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 7:39:52 PM   
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DaBabes scenarios are supposed to be done by those in known but they probably could not escape some typo. mistake but this seems too many.

Like i said the question of accuracy is crucial to determine if i cut in anti-soft of inferior artillery pieces.

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 8:00:32 PM   
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What Bill Brown said.

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 8:38:24 PM   
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is not ...
I also want to know why it's so different . D.

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 2/22/2018 9:19:20 PM   
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Thanks US87891

Can you help with my question?
Does accuracy help differentiate between artillery(Type: Army Weapon) in land combat or not? or should i differentiate only by anti-soft value?

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 3/19/2018 11:43:30 AM   
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I think it is only used against ships, and planes.

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 3/19/2018 1:52:26 PM   
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It is indeed possible that for land combat only 2 values matter: anti soft and anti hard.

But there is a bombardment phase in land combat i wonder if in that phase accuracy and range matters - for example there is trigger that says only devices with 3 range 5 dameg can bombard.

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RE: Accuracy in land combat? - 3/19/2018 2:47:42 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dili

It is indeed possible that for land combat only 2 values matter: anti soft and anti hard.

But there is a bombardment phase in land combat i wonder if in that phase accuracy and range matters - for example there is trigger that says only devices with 3 range 5 dameg can bombard.


Range definitely matter during artillery duel, as Japan routinely gets worse results, as war progress. As for accuracy - maybe, but considering poor pure-bombardment results at the war beginning, I doubt it.

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