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As my first suggestion, can't be anything else: This game is missing a "WWII / Axis Vs Allies gamemode": Teams are formed up only with ships aligned with each major "side" in WWII: Axis (Ger/JPN/Ita) - against Allies (US/UK/URSS/CN). The other nations can either be distributed, or be used to balance out teams, with France/Pan-Asia/Europe being directed to the least populated side. France was captured by Axis, thus the special status. Also can be balanced out showing the queues per tier, so players can pick up a ship on smallest side to ensure faster match. Otherwise, just place teams on each side of map, to kill each other. Only kills matters to victory, eliminating enemy team results immediate victory, or when timeout comes, wins the team that sunk more tonneage / cause damage. In this gamemode we'll never see a german ship shooting another german ship near a british ship... Flags will finally matter Was that tried before?
Battlecruiser_Yavuz posted a topic in Battleship EraHello! I thought this would be an interesting question. If it was already asked already, feel free to close the thread. A big factor concerning the Second World War was the Marine Nationale. Aside from a few skirmishes and battles here and there, they were mostly a non-factor in the entire conflict, neither supporting the Allies or Axis in large offensives. Nevertheless, they could've been a big tipping point prior to the massive scuttling in Toulon due to their relatively big numbers and good technology. While we can conclude that a full-on Allied Marine Nationale would've helped end the war faster, at least on the high seas, what about a fully loyal Axis Marine Nationale? What I mean is a Marine Nationale that is fully committed to the Axis cause. While that would definitely not work from a historical and political perspective, I'm mostly looking at this from a military perspective, so that is ignoring politics overall. While I'm also aware that the French had naval assets in the Pacific as well, I recall that they were very limited, so they probably wouldn't have too much of an effect on the war there. That is why I'm focusing on the Atlantic and Mediterranean theaters since the French Navy was very big in those sectors. XX For this question, I was either thinking around the time of France's formal surrender, which led to the creation of the Vichy French regime. Ignoring De Gaulle and the French French movement, lets just say that they have no naval assets and the French navy is mostly 100% fine with formally helping the Axis. If the Marine Nationale joined the Axis with French personnel and material, how would've that affected the British Royal Navy in terms of planning and logistics, especially if the French were working alongside the German and Italian navies in their operations? How would've that affected American planning when the United States Navy inevitably join the war effort after Pearl Harbor since they did have units in the Atlantic? Could the Axis overpower the Allies in Europe with the Marine Nationale on their side? If the war is won by the Allies, what do you think would be the fate of the Marine Nationale? After all, the Axis navies post-war were dissolved and their more important units were split up among the winners...with some small exceptions (i.e. the Andrea Doria-class battleships staying with Italy).