Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (1884 – 1943) was Commander-in-Chief of the Combined Fleet during World War II, graduate of Imperial Japanese Naval Academy and an alumnus of U.S. Naval War College and Harvard University.
Yamamoto held several important posts in the Imperial Japanese Navy, and undertook many of its changes and reorganizations, especially its development of naval aviation. He was the commander-in-chief during the decisive early years of the Pacific War and so was responsible for major battles such as Pearl Harbor and Midway. He died during an inspection tour of forward positions in the Solomon Islands when his transport aircraft was ambushed by American P-38 Lightning fighter planes. His death was a major blow to Japanese military morale during World War II. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"We must claim victory now!" Isoroku Yamamoto - Axis and Allies RTS
Kamikaze AXIS and ALLIES RTS
Kamikaze - One of the most powerful special ops in the game. Orders a plane to crash into target location, causing massive damage.. Smaller area of effect than a carpet, but has the unique advantage of inflicting AP damage, which has a much better result versus armor. However, the Kamikaze is the least effective special op bomb versus buildings. A "Double Kami" or "Kami-V" will destroy just about everything when used correctly. [ compare all the special op bombs]
The Double Bomb - The most important aspect in online multiplayer is to coordinate the use of the Kamikaze with the other "bombs" your allies may (or may not) have. The "double bomb" can have devastating effects on enemy forces when used correctly. When you have acquired enough experience for your Kamikaze, let your allies know, and if someone else has one, hold onto yours until you can "double". [ more info]
The Single Bomb - Occasionally there are circumstances where you may need to use a single bomb to defend a base, or to prevent your forces from being " ". Once again, communicated with your allies, ask them if they have anything to counter the threat, and if not, go ahead and single bomb. pinched
If you have the only bomb on your team you have a little more freedom about when and where to use it. However, with freedom comes some responsibilty, so keep an eye on battlefield conditions, and if your allies need it more than you do, help them out.
The Front Lines - Another important aspect of using any bomb type special op, is to use them where you have nearby forces. Not only can you chase down wounded/routed regiments and "finish them off", but you can also use this as an opportunity to "push" (advance) the front lines, as enemy forces will be retreating to heal.
Charging Your Bomb - You also have a responsibilty to your allies to try to "charge" your bomb quickly by gaining as much experience as possible. That may mean you focus a little less on your economy, and a little more on making regiments and getting them into battle. The more troops you have fighting the quicker you will gain exp for your bomb!
General Yamamoto Yamamoto is easily the strongest Japanese general, as his one-two punch of Kamikaze and Demoralization are powerful, and can be effective at any point in the game. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the inherent strengths of Japan [ LINK]
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