WAW Playthrough: Nationalist China

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    • WAW Playthrough: Nationalist China

      So I haven't played WAW for over 4 months because I got sick of losing.

      To be honest, I didn't really know how to play.

      I decided to practice on small maps and watched a lot of BMfox videos (all of them actually) :) .

      I got better and better.

      My K/D went form 0.87 to 1.1

      Ok, it's not phenomenal, but it certainly is an improvement.

      So this is Day 1.

      I research Armored cars, Light Tanks, Naval bombers, Infantry, Destroyers and hopefully if I have time, cruisers.

      I build two tank plants, 5 industry, 1 barracks, 1 aircraft factory, 1 naval base.

      I declare trade embargo against south china and begin to stack my units

      I begin producing two armored cars

      Only Japan, Korea and communist china are active

      All of them have K/D's lower than 0.9 and levels lower than 80

      This should be easy

      I would like artillery but I don't have HC and I can't afford to log in every 30 minutes
      For the 420 Rebel Army!
    • Good luck mate. Keep us updated.
      I am usually playing in the Asia-Pacific region in World maps. Best region IMO.
      Love to see updates and screenshots!
      The fate of the Empire depends on this battle; let each man do his utmost.
      — Tōgō Heihachirō, Battle of Tsushima

      England expects that every man will do his duty.
      — Admiral Horatio Nelson, Battle of Trafalgar

      Mon centre cède, ma droite recule; situation excellente, j'attaque.
      — Marshal Foch, Battle of the Marne

      Aeroplanes are interesting toys but of no military value.
      — Marshal Foch

      A pretty mechanical toy [...] the war will never be won by such machines.
      — Lord Kitchener, on tanks
    • Day 2.5

      South China and Indochina come active.

      They form a coalition with japan

      Now south china is apparently a good player so i join them.

      We are cramped but i want to be safe early game

      i march my stacks north and attack communist china
      For the 420 Rebel Army!
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      End of day two

      We let in burma but he turned out to be a traitor

      He attacked south china and indochina

      south china was fighting him with massive stacks for day 1

      i continued my war against communist china

      Sichuan is my next target

      After menjiang and mukden
      Files
      For the 420 Rebel Army!
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      TheZhukov wrote:



      After menjiang and mukden
      Menjiang and Mukden... how is Communist China performing, you seem to be winning there. Is he a skilled player?
      The fate of the Empire depends on this battle; let each man do his utmost.
      — Tōgō Heihachirō, Battle of Tsushima

      England expects that every man will do his duty.
      — Admiral Horatio Nelson, Battle of Trafalgar

      Mon centre cède, ma droite recule; situation excellente, j'attaque.
      — Marshal Foch, Battle of the Marne

      Aeroplanes are interesting toys but of no military value.
      — Marshal Foch

      A pretty mechanical toy [...] the war will never be won by such machines.
      — Lord Kitchener, on tanks
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      Day 3.5

      I research and upgrade my infantry to level 2

      The coalition has fallen apart.

      Burma is beating up south china

      South china and indochina quit along with japan

      I want a slice of the pie and attack south china after leaving the coalition

      I seize 3 of his cities.

      Burma is angry and calls me a filthy dog

      Mukden is about to die

      Communist china was very inactive and made no resistance

      I am upgrading my oil and steel industry for tanks to level 3 and my food for infantry and navy to level 2

      Xinjang, Ma-clique and south india are in a coalition and growing fast

      I offer burma an alliance to hold them off

      More updates coming soon
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      TheZhukov wrote:

      Xinjang, Ma-clique and south india are in a coalition and growing fast
      Holy crap look at the Ma clique grow!
      How do you propose to win this with just Burma? Are you going to join them eventually? Or are there allies in Russia or Africa who don't want a strong Asian axis and are willing to pay you to continue a proxy war?
      The fate of the Empire depends on this battle; let each man do his utmost.
      — Tōgō Heihachirō, Battle of Tsushima

      England expects that every man will do his duty.
      — Admiral Horatio Nelson, Battle of Trafalgar

      Mon centre cède, ma droite recule; situation excellente, j'attaque.
      — Marshal Foch, Battle of the Marne

      Aeroplanes are interesting toys but of no military value.
      — Marshal Foch

      A pretty mechanical toy [...] the war will never be won by such machines.
      — Lord Kitchener, on tanks
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      Day 4

      I research tactical bombers and battleships

      I research level 2 light tanks and level 3 infantry und upgrade my infantry

      Burma is very insulting an dares me to attack him, claiming that south india and his coalition are his allies

      I call his bluff and attack

      Borneo and the phillipines both join me

      In 24 hours burma is done for

      Nationalist Chinese losses: 10000

      Burmese losses: 20000

      The mightiest army list shows me at 2% compared to the highest 5%

      I have only 45 units

      I have invested too much in industry and decide to focus on the military now.

      I upgrade my tank plants to level 2 and produce level 2 light tanks

      my tactical bomber research will end soon

      Borneo starts transferring his massive air force north

      phillipines mobilizes his fleet

      I build new units and begin stacking

      Our target is Ma-Clique as both South india and xinjang are stuck in a war against persia
      For the 420 Rebel Army!
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      TheZhukov wrote:

      The mightiest army list shows me at 2% compared to the highest 5%

      I have only 45 units

      I have invested too much in industry and decide to focus on the military now.
      If the highest is not on the same continent, this should not be an issue surely?
      Next update, could you please show a world-wide screen clipping? It'd be interesting and help to interpret events shown already.

      TheZhukov wrote:

      Borneo starts transferring his massive air force north


      phillipines mobilizes his fleet

      I build new units and begin stacking


      Our target is Ma-Clique as both South india and xinjang are stuck in a war against persia
      Have you any formal relations with Persia? Are you deliberately co-operating?
      The fate of the Empire depends on this battle; let each man do his utmost.
      — Tōgō Heihachirō, Battle of Tsushima

      England expects that every man will do his duty.
      — Admiral Horatio Nelson, Battle of Trafalgar

      Mon centre cède, ma droite recule; situation excellente, j'attaque.
      — Marshal Foch, Battle of the Marne

      Aeroplanes are interesting toys but of no military value.
      — Marshal Foch

      A pretty mechanical toy [...] the war will never be won by such machines.
      — Lord Kitchener, on tanks
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      Here are the pictures

      Any advice

      Persia is losing, and we were not cooperating
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      TheZhukov wrote:

      Here are the pictures
      These are enlightening, thank you.
      After conquering Burma I can't help much with advice since Siberia is inactive, but I'd suggest you ally with Queensland, if nothing else to prevent having to fight a two-front war later on.

      Pan-Asian gun artillery has buffs, but you probably know this.
      The fate of the Empire depends on this battle; let each man do his utmost.
      — Tōgō Heihachirō, Battle of Tsushima

      England expects that every man will do his duty.
      — Admiral Horatio Nelson, Battle of Trafalgar

      Mon centre cède, ma droite recule; situation excellente, j'attaque.
      — Marshal Foch, Battle of the Marne

      Aeroplanes are interesting toys but of no military value.
      — Marshal Foch

      A pretty mechanical toy [...] the war will never be won by such machines.
      — Lord Kitchener, on tanks
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      Day 5

      Borneo supports me with land and air forces

      We begin to slowly but surely advance.

      I use armored cars to seize Ma-Clique's Capital and 3 of his core cities which are empty

      South India is losing

      Xinjang tries to occupy his allies territory to stop me from conquering it
      Files
      For the 420 Rebel Army!

      The post was edited 1 time, last by TheZhukov ().

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      TheZhukov wrote:

      Day 5

      Borneo supports me with land and air forces

      We begin to slowly but surely advance.

      I use armored cars to seize Ma-Clique's Capital and 3 of his core cities which are empty

      South India is losing

      Xinjang tries to occupy his allies territory to stop me from conquering it
      Excellent turn of events! Congratulations
      Why though are you sending units (including what appears to be light armour) over to his capital through the mountains of Tibet, over such a long distance? Does that not render attacks and ambushes likely and prevent reinforcement?
      The fate of the Empire depends on this battle; let each man do his utmost.
      — Tōgō Heihachirō, Battle of Tsushima

      England expects that every man will do his duty.
      — Admiral Horatio Nelson, Battle of Trafalgar

      Mon centre cède, ma droite recule; situation excellente, j'attaque.
      — Marshal Foch, Battle of the Marne

      Aeroplanes are interesting toys but of no military value.
      — Marshal Foch

      A pretty mechanical toy [...] the war will never be won by such machines.
      — Lord Kitchener, on tanks