Stelteck wrote:I'am currently playing a PBEM game in May 1915.
You are in october 1915.
Looking at your screen, i see around 11000 Allied CP in a very short front (without belgium). The ennemy (is it the AI ? Did he have economic bonus due to increase difficulty ?) seems to have concentrated a big part of its troops in one point for a massive offensive.
I did not see your 5*4000 CP troops (which would be 20000 Cp total, which would be far more strange).
In my PBEM may 1915, i see around 8000 to 9000 combat points on a front, not counting the reserve he probably have.
So it is a big army but not completely impossible, with heavy concentration of troops.
Did you sent too much troops against russian ? you can align 10K cp combat power easily too on west front
I notice that you manpower reserve is very FULL, which is strange and could indicate that you did not built a lot of troops since 1914. My manpower reserve is often close to minimum especially so late in the year.
Do not hesitate to print money all the time to build divisions after divisions.
Salarmax wrote:Hi Stelteck, indeed I have stationed many corpses/armies on the eastern front because according to my battleplan my victory points are located there. I planned to play a purely defensive war on the western front also because most of my troops are stationed there. I also read on the forums about a doomstack bug, maybe this is the case?
Shri wrote:If you play with "TRAFFIC" on, the doomstacks are not scary as they melt away.
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