ziizii wrote:CommanderDef wrote:You basically want USA to have the same number of super heavies as coalitions that are best in this. Doesn't work like that. Even most coalitions don't have a tank for 170-180 pts, not alone 3 pieces per card. I don't really see a problem with USA having not enough super tanks (with 160 pt HC), but if you do, I recommend going for a coalition of Dutch/German, BlueDragons, or pure British. Especially last option works very well, you get 4 Chally 2s if you don't bring other-wealth to it.
Why so many superheavies anyway? Wanna feed those ATGM planes?ziizii wrote:[M1A1HC and Morderna are 3 per deck
You can have 4 Chally2s and 4 Modernas if you take just one nation. However, second best tanks are priced 145 pts for Chally MK3 and 125 pts for T72S, there is no other armor worth 160 points like HC Abrams. Look at it as big picture.
Well so yugoczech and eurocorp eventhough bluedragon have more top tier tank than USA and USSR. If you think it is reasonable I can say nothing.
1) That's not correct, give it a margin and learn to count.
2) If it was correct, it would still be reasonable because you are comparing a coalition of several countries to one country.
You should notice that in WarGame units are not distributed by their real numbers in service. So yeah, North Korea can fight with USA having similar numbers of units. On the other hand, USA and USSR are countries with richest heavy tank lines as a standalone country. Just look how many card of tanks above 110 pts they have. Only British can get close...