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    • AllStAr_ wrote:

      AI nations should be playable and buffed so they have the same strength as the other nations. This means adding new provinces for that country, having resource provinces spread out throughout the country, etc.
      That wouldn't even be geographically right. It will make this game unrealistic.
      Ryan
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    • AllStAr_ wrote:

      If that is the case then that's alright some nations can be weaker than others and have less resource output because that's just how the world works
      There are maps that aren't balanced as much such as the historic maps, you can play as Tibet who starts off with a couple militia and maybe some infantry.
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    • In another threat somebody suggested a map at the time of Barbarossa (Germany's invasion of Russia in summer of 41) ... Or it could be Dec 41 after Pearl Harbor ...

      One idea I had was to convert 39 map to team play (much like coalitions) ... At first I thought of 2 teams, but later the idea evolved to 3 teams as out lined below:

      1) Green team: UK, USA, France, Nationalist China, India

      2) Red Team: Russia, Communist China, Mongolia, Xinjiang, Peru

      3) Blue team: Germany, Japan, Italy, Romania, Manchuria

      Perhaps the idea may evolve in team membership or timeframe ... 8)
    • gusv wrote:

      In another threat somebody suggested a map at the time of Barbarossa (Germany's invasion of Russia in summer of 41) ... Or it could be Dec 41 after Pearl Harbor ...

      One idea I had was to convert 39 map to team play (much like coalitions) ... At first I thought of 2 teams, but later the idea evolved to 3 teams as out lined below:

      1) Green team: UK, USA, France, Nationalist China, India

      2) Red Team: Russia, Communist China, Mongolia, Xinjiang, Peru

      3) Blue team: Germany, Japan, Italy, Romania, Manchuria

      Perhaps the idea may evolve in team membership or timeframe ... 8)
      Isn't Xinjiang part of China at that time?
      Ryan
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    • Xingjiang was technically part of Nationalist China (as were Mao's territorial holdings), but in effect Xinjiang was part of the Russian sphere of influence.

      Wikipedia tells us: '"Corruption, appropriation of land, and the commandeering of grain and livestock by Chinese military forces were all factors which led to the eventual Kumul Rebellion that established the First East Turkestan Republic in 1933.[80][81][82] In 1934 it was conquered by warlord Sheng Shicai with the aid of the Soviet Union. Sheng's leadership was marked by heavy Soviet influence, with him openly offering Xinjiang's valuable natural resources in exchange for Soviet help in crushing revolts, such as in 1937.[83]"
    • gusv wrote:

      Xingjiang was technically part of Nationalist China (as were Mao's territorial holdings), but in effect Xinjiang was part of the Russian sphere of influence.

      Wikipedia tells us: '"Corruption, appropriation of land, and the commandeering of grain and livestock by Chinese military forces were all factors which led to the eventual Kumul Rebellion that established the First East Turkestan Republic in 1933.[80][81][82] In 1934 it was conquered by warlord Sheng Shicai with the aid of the Soviet Union. Sheng's leadership was marked by heavy Soviet influence, with him openly offering Xinjiang's valuable natural resources in exchange for Soviet help in crushing revolts, such as in 1937.[83]"
      Sorry, cannot go to link because of foreign rules. Anyways, I think it was Under Russia, then Nationalist China and finally PRC now.
      Ryan
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