Imperial Germany is a totally different animal in the 1st world war. We are turn 3 into ur first game and the Central powers are dominating thanks to Germany's stacks of infantry. My suggestion would be to keep experienced A and A players away from Germany in this one because the logistics behind getting the Allies onto the european continent are not for begginers.
The only complaint I have so far about the game is the lack of peices. It has been mentioned in practically every review I have read but I am gonna mentioon it again. Axis and Allies has a dedicated cult following of which I am proud to say I am one. The cost of the game is a bit hefty but the game itself is well thought out and playtested. But in a future addition more peices, paper IPC's, more chips would be nice. I dont think it should be expected that someone buying the game for $85-$120 should have to improvise any element of the game.
But all that aside. Thankyou very much for 1914! We are having a blast playing it over few beverages. It is a well thought out game. As a person who enjoys taking the role as the Axis I am very pleased with Imperial Germany.
Thanks Guest... Good to hear from you. Sorry about the shortage of parts and pieces. You and the rest of the "cult" deserve only the best.
Oh yeah, I love the game!
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The Kaiser even tried to halt mobilization, but his generals told him that disrupting the railway timetables would guarantee defeat.
The British government were against it, but were tricked by a small pro-war clique including Churchill who told them that things had gone so far that it couldn't be stopped. Belgian neutrality was used as a pretext.
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