oops, I broke russia

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oops, I broke russia

#1 Post by thisisntme » Fri Apr 27, 2018 1:47 am


I'm turkey, but, I want to know where exactly Russia went wrong so I know what not to do as Russia.

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Re: oops, I broke russia

#2 Post by jmo1121109 » Fri Apr 27, 2018 2:10 am

Don't attack Turkey and Germany at the same time without having Austria as an ally.

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Re: oops, I broke russia

#3 Post by mhsmith0 » Fri Apr 27, 2018 3:03 am

Don't attack Turkey at all in 1901 unless you have at least one of A/I as an ally.
Don't attack Germany in the first couple years unless you have at least one and preferably two of F/G/A as allies.

General rule of thumb as Russia is to be starting early against...
Austria - generic option, works with all sorts of alliances (R/T, I/R in particular)
England - if you want to open north, works relatively better if you're part of sealion (F/G/R) or an eastern triple (R/A/T)
Turkey - if there's A/R, I/R, or A/I/R
Germany - if E/F are allies and you want to pile on, or if you're rolling with a successful A/I/R (and Turkey's already crippled) or aggressive R/A/T (but for some reason aren't pushing in scandinavia against England)

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