What Future Titles Would You Like To See?

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Alan Sharif
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What Future Titles Would You Like To See?

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I'd go with the 1918 Kaiserschlacht and Allenby's Offensive against the Turks. But let's be honest, there are so many more in this overlooked war.
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Re: What Future Titles Would You Like To See?

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Too many to count, those are good ones, I'll the Isonzo campaign to the list
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Re: What Future Titles Would You Like To See?

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I keep my fingers crossed for "Galicia'14"

It will put the 2 worst armies of the war against each other and both are already in the game. In general the Eastern front of WW1 is much more suitable for FWWC as it didn't have such extreme trench warfare.
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Have to agree re trench warfare. I suspect Galicia 14 will be next, to 'complete' 1914, so to speak.
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1918 German spring offensive, or Kaiserschlacht ("Kaiser's Battle"), also known as the Ludendorff offensive,
1917 Battle of Cambrai
1917 Battles of the Isonzo (Austria/German & Italy)
1917 Battle of Passchendaele
1916 First Battle of the Somme
1916 Battle for Verdun
1915 Second Battle of Ypres (first use of chemical warfare)
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Cédric Monget
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I am convinced that the system would work tremendously well for the Russian civil war. Besides, it is a war with low troop densities, "exotic" troops, etc. I think it would be fascinating.
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Caucasus '14 to have another or two Grand Campaign scenario(s). Also for extreme cold and terrain. Also for finally seeing Turkish soldiers in FWWC.
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1915 German East Front Offensive
1916 Brusilov Offensive
Conquest of Romania (1916-7)
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Franco-Prussian War 1870/71 fascinating period, compact operational area, big battles and a good variety of them too.....my 2 cents, I've been known to bang a drum......incessantly even, :D :o :shock:
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I would like to see things proceed as Ed has indicated he plans to do working systematically through the war chronologically and developing the engine as he goes. We already know that a Galicia 14 tile is in the works, and there have been hints about an Ottoman related title, which could be either Mesopotamia, or as I suspect is more likely Caucuses. Either of these would be great.

As for the earlier time periods, I would like these as well, but would prefer a systematic coverage of the First World War, which is a lot of titles, to be done first. Then of course there is always the issue of expansions to his Squad Battles Great War title which I think in many ways is the most unique and innovative one in the whole WDS catalogue.
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