1939 World at War
Challenger MIA, push the resign button please or take your beating
Loser = sec(Axis)
Winning Side= ElvisJJonesRambo (Allies) ---> Won by Jujitsu Leg Kick: round September 1942
Overall Record 6-3
1939 Allied record 3-2
1939 Axis record 2-1
1943 Allied record 1-0
Night and you
And Blue Hawaii
The night is heavenly
And you are heaven now!
High octane game, too bad player named sec doesn't know how to press the resign button, because he certainly can press the buttons to land on Hawaii in May 1941. This guy had me, when I mean had me, I mean had me. The Japs were throwing snowballs at the Chinese, maybe Paper-Airplanes, because sec was planned a devastating attack on Hawaii, home of multiple Elvis movies, two of his most famous concerts. The Japs put all MMPs into landing craft, not concerned with China. In May 1941, the Rising Sun put the USS Arizona & friends below sea level. Okay, nothing I can do about that. Didn't react immediately, kind of odd, he had to want my Carriers. Took all my capital ships out of harm's way, hiding, cannot tell you where :) Next turn this dude land's with two Special Forces capturing a port on Hawaii, ouch, what do I do? Jap Carriers are blasting my Special Forces entrenched, and the two weak Fighters East side, and immediately another put in Hilo, Hawaii. The decision was made to provide rescue units rather than write-off the most valuable US real estate. Garrisons from various parts of the Pacific sailed to Hawaii, with surface ships providing limited operations. Subs were blocking ports, ZOC ugly. The Hawaii Gambit was in full force in Summer 1941. In one more turn, Hawaii was gonna buckle. With US Navy away from the action, but within striking range, another landing craft was spotted. Now, I strike. US Battleship naviagated North of Hawaii and dumped the key Japanese piece which would have finished me off. I was lucky, that turned the battle. Hawaii held. Kept my rag-tag out of range, sent Garrisons to stuff the Island, and those fighters could fend off the additional rounds from Carriers. The subs were still blocking with ZOC. Battle of Blue Hawaii was won, by just holding on.
Chinese hearing of the lack of interest (MMPs) put into the Mainland, had to get involved. In the North, we plotted. Put bayonets on, and snuck to the Mountain tops, weak presence. Charge! Captured a port and whacked Garrison & Corp. This was promising.
In Europe, Germans went spaz in the Mediterranean Sea. German U-boats & Italian Navy all over Egypt. Greece was invaded. The entire Luftwaffe + Maritime Bombers were spotting my units, sec was attacking anything in site. It was not safe to for ships, either side. Indian troops were called to help. Egyptian skies were filled with Axis Air, had to be all of them. It was an expensive fight. Decided to go all in myself, lets at least drain some MMPs, his air units and mine taking lots of damage. Invasion Greece, I shoved Canadians, Indians, and Brits into the grinder, holding for awhile, costing him time and MMPs. Eventually, that Luftwaffe was getting tired, so much fighting neither of us could reinforce to strength-10. British Aircraft carriers were the margin of victory here. Egypt barely held. Americans brought ground troops to Israel, so I'd at least have East of Suez i worst case scenario.
Barbarossa kicked off, slightly late, since he wanted Egypt/Greece. Part of the Patton Plan, was to show raids in France, city of St. Milo was picked. Yanks sacrificed couple pieces with the assistance of British Paratroops. The raid had caused 3 German ground units to force me to stop. This was actually okay, since the American ground units diverted to Israel. In Russia he pressed hard (of course) in the South. In Summer 1942, I made a counter-attack against Army Group Central, west of Moscow, it was successful. Germans stopped in Russia.
Great game, his incredible aggressiveness and spending on quick helping units was given to early success, but to ultimate failure.
You a photographer? You seen much combat? You're a real comedian. Well I got a joke for you. I'm gonna tear you a new a-hole. You talk the talk, do you walk the walk?