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Where: The Heaviest Fighting of Campaign 131

Where: The Heaviest Fighting of Campaign 131  

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sublimesw

Interesting. Any particular reason for the center being the top choice?

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krazydog

All Vets know the Center (the river line) is usually the most important part of the map - especially in the beginning when both sides are still fighting hard.

Usually, the Axis manage to cut the allied Bulge in the South, and at least once per campaign the Allies cut the Zees in the North through Breda.

But veteren HC on both sides usually do not stress over these North/South cutoffs too much because the side that pushes too far around the edges of the map expose themselves to counter cutoffs - and if they shift their lines too much North or South, then that means they weakened their supply in the all-important middle of the line.

After you  play this game for many years, you will realize rhat the middle of the line is the key -  hence most of the fighting was probably in the middle so far :) 

Hope that helps explain it :)

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sublimesw

I feel enlightened. Thanks! And that does make sense. There ARE a ton of supply lines going through the center that I noticed.

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Capco

@sublimesw have you read Managing the Map by cosian et al?

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