From: Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards
Well, I am not the most experienced player, but I would say that it is still too early to say. What I would do is to ignore the UK and try to take 1-2 turns to reach the second French line (what I am not sure is if I would try to attack the French armor). Then, for the next turn or 2, go West toward the sea under the Somme. If after turn 1-2 the UK is still around Lille when you might be able to trap him, he will be forced to evacuate as there are only 2 very small ports for supply.
Of course, the enemy will react and it will not be that easy to implement that plan. You have to hope the French will not put up a good fight and that the UK attempts on your flank will fail. The virtual dices will become important here What worries me the most for German is the missing fourth fighter (unless I am blind).
Thank you, exactly the advices I was looking for. Yes, the fourth fighter was in Denmark and has nothing to do there, another mistake.
In carrying out your plan, I would be really afraid of my flanks, with three tanks ready to strike back.
< Message edited by ncc1701e -- 3/22/2021 8:10:35 PM >
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