Unity of Command

Unity of Command

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KyleNichols Dec 23, 2012 @ 2:58pm
Anyone have any advice on Bagration?
I'm talking about the scenario in Red Turn. I always seem to be one turn away from victory no matter what I do, any advice?
Last edited by KyleNichols; Dec 23, 2012 @ 8:28pm
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Cheeto Benito Dec 26, 2012 @ 6:12am 
Some tips.

*Make sure your understand how artillery works. Super crtical for breaking down entrenchements.

*The area around Vitebsk should be a piece of cake. Cut the bridge across the Dvina and the railway on turn one. Use your infantry to clean up. Send your armor along the railway to cut supplies and eventually attack Vilnius,

*The area around Orsha is tricky. You need to pincer it. You should have troops across the bridge with artillery at the end of turn 1 so you can breach the unit in Orsha. Use your infantry in the north to help your armor get close to Orsha as well.

*The long front around Mogilev should collapse if you can cut the two rail lines. Keep pushing with your artillery troops and try to take the bridges ASAP. It's not quite as important however.

*The area aroud Bobruisk is tricky as well. Kill the Germans between Gomel and Brobuisk ASAP. I don't think it's possible to take Brobruisk with the bridge so I usually throw a bridge across the Berezina and attack Minsk from the east. I link up the armor from Orsha and take the rest of the objectives.
Last edited by Cheeto Benito; Dec 26, 2012 @ 6:13am
KyleNichols Dec 26, 2012 @ 7:10pm 
I finally achieved a normal victory by following your advice (as well as a good serving of luck to keep things moving) Thanks!
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