DrPostman wrote:Can't wait to see your 3rd and some actual combat. If it were me I'd conduct more raids into Union territory.
Some of the loyalty might be low enough to take back some towns and cities. I think your plans for the Far
West are ill advised, given the distances and the manpower you have on hand. Just a few thoughts. Looking
forward to the next video!
DrPostman wrote:Having never played that scenario I didn't think about rangers. Can you recruit many?
How about RDG copperheads? They could come in handy too with those gold mines.
DrPostman wrote:Your Union opponent is being way too timid. Logan should have moved to threaten Atlanta and
Sherman should have moved South and hit your force there. I am curious though, why are most
of your garrisons in passive posture? Keep up the series. I'm enjoying it.
DrPostman wrote:Is the game still going on?
DrPostman wrote:Looks like things are going better than expected for the CSA. Enjoying the series.
DrPostman wrote:It appears that a lot of your units, especially garrison militia, are in PP stance. In my
experience that tends to lead to a slaughter without even putting up a fight. Still, you
are holding on and you might do better than historically. You're doing very well in Texas
and perhaps you could send some forces from there into Louisiana to cause him some
headaches. Enjoying the series.
charlesonmission wrote:I'm not sure what else to do with the garrison militia except PP. Maybe defend retreat is better.
At this point, since I can't move the capital, if he takes Richmond that is the end of the game. It's been a tough series and I've had a few unlucky breaks.
DrPostman wrote:Your opponent is pretty smart. Did you notice he's using pure artillery divisions? Don't think the war
is going to last much longer for the South. One good push and he can take Richmond. Good series.
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