Jim-NC wrote:You can still have troops disembark onto the island to capture it. (they can do it from the South Pacific? (I think) region)
TXcavalier wrote:I think Bismark Inseln is more like a land province. Since, it doesn't have a sea connection inside its box like many colonial spots. If you use Japanese they will teleport back to Nippon from that location (I just had it happen to me). But, you'll still capture the province.
Jinx wrote:Hold on, so I can't use the Japanese to take this territory? Or I can, but immediately after doing so they get teleported back to Japan. Your post has me a bit confused.
I thought I read somewhere in an AAR that after the Japanese took Tsing-Tau, the player moved the troops to Bismark Inslet.
Are the Japanese the only nation so restricted? What about, say, the Mexicans?
That's odd that it doesn't have a sea connection/ sea territory in its box. Why make this one different from all the rest I wonder.
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