Naval strategy and wise economic moves are both critical in waging this far-flung war across an entire hemisphere. To the familiar elements from Axis & Allies, Axis & Allies: Pacific adds convoys, island air and naval bases, kamikazes, destroyers, and the Chinese army.
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Thanks for this, Larry and Krieghund.
Larry, reading through this it appears that you now approve of "sub stalling", which seems to contradict other quotes I've seen attributed to you.
Why the change of heart?
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Substalling is, for better or for worse, a part of the game. At advanced levels of play, the Allies need it to keep the Japanese from taking India very early in the game, and the Japanese need it in the middle to late game to slow the Allied advance and give them time to win on victory points. That's just the way it is.
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