|Michael Gorman on 17 Mar 2003 15:19:01 -0000|
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|Re: [eia] rule change proposal - new corps|
I don't see the reinforcement phase impact as the real issue here. Most countries have to work hard to have no where to put cavalry as most nations can put a cav factor in most of their corps.The purchasing of new corps markers is, however, an important portion of planning for war in general. If you're at peace, it may only be an issue of where your reinforcements go, but in times of war, it is an essential component of how much flexibility you choose to invest in. It's a big part of your strategy. Putting money aside for the possibility of filling corps is an important decision and decides if you will be able to quickly deploy forces to new regions and quickly restructure existing forces.
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