Durk wrote:The events are well explained. There are better decisions, but no correct choices. Read, use your knowledge of history, and choose.
The White forces are small, but powerful.
AleksandrStefan wrote:I suggest you that in the first turns, get a great number of divisions/brigades/corps around Kalach-on-Don and then siege Tsarytsin, becouse that way you can get a very important alliance with Ukraine, and then, further on ""help""(although you are invading ) Ukraine taking almost all Eastern Ukraine, including Kharkov, and if s*** hits the fan, Ekaterinoslav, Tiraspol or even Kiev, if Makhno raiders go way too far.
But if you want something more hardcore, dont invade Tsarytsin, prepare to re-take most of the Kuban and Don area to later engage against the cluster*** of factions wich populate Ukraine... You should have Kiev in a few turns, if Anarchists dont slow you down and the city of Penza(wich triggers Soviet invasion) hasnt fell to the enemy...
Cheesehead wrote:(I've been taking a break to play Rise of Prussia, Alea Jacta Est, and Birth of America II...)
I've been trying to take Tsarytsin with a large force. I think I might be assaulting prematurely before the siege is complete? Taking huge losses. Can someone explain how a siege works? When do I assault? What siege level?
AleksandrStefan wrote: for Tsarytsin is a complicated thing, becouse you need that city before December if you want to ally with the Ukrainian Nationalists, so speed is important, and so is caution if you dont fancy rebuilding those divisions and corps manually.
ERISS wrote:Yes it's best the sooner, but even after December it is very good to be able to capture Tsaritsyn. So, as you meant too:
"Yes. Do with sureness, I mean don't be overconfident but still have a clear plan. You can succeed if you act clearly. If you're not sure about what you do, then do little, for instead you will set your own trap and it will be worse."
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