PzAz04Maus wrote:Bryan wrote:One tank in this game, means one tank.
There is no abstraction of numbers or levels like in a tabletop wargame, so that being said, the whole campagin "Battalions/Regiments whatever" scale is completely wrong. So you cannot use that to prove that we command divisions in game and hence you cannot claim that we are entitled to out of scale assets.
That is a joke. This entire game is scale abstracted from terrain to the forces that support you. Even infantry are abstracted to walk as fast as a truck because it was horrendous working with real 30kph and 300m range AT. No battalion would have direct command of anything past Strela trucks and MANPADs if the size of the force was supposed to represent an faithful unit. It just doesn't.
Ok, show me where it says that one tank is = one platoon. Where does it say that one howitzer = one battery? I would be very happy to see something that says it is actually the case.
The unit's amount is completely seperate from the abstraction of unit's abilities. In this case only the abstraction of a unit's abilities is present.
PzAz04Maus wrote:If you play tactical. Then that would be platoon level at best.
An American rifle platoon is roughly a 4 stack. You can start the fight with half a company in just 160 points according to the actual numbers.