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Old 09-08-21, 09:16 PM   #25
Molon Labe
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Originally Posted by Ostfriese View Post
I'm still enjoying every new posting, even though the overall situation sounds a bit depressing (a tiny glimpse of what people on the Allied side must have felt during the first half of 1942). Please keep writing your reports. Thank you.

On a side note: I've found some guides to the Japanese industry in WiTP, which, to be honest, make it sound complex enough to be a hardcore sim of its own. There is, however, little information about the Allied industry.

How does the Allied industry work in WiTP?
The Allied economy mostly runs on autopilot. Unlike Japan, we aren't able to expand industrial facilities (supply production, aircraft production, shipyards and repair yards, etc) and we aren't able to tell the factories which aircraft to produce. The most we can do is order a facility to turn on/off production or repairs. We have supply, fuel, aircraft squadrons, and land units that are "delivered" off-map that we have to bring to our bases by ship, which is all subject to interdiction by subs or commerce raiders. But that's about as far as it goes.
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