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· Infantry of WW2
· Guide To Infantry Upgrades
· Upgrading Your Japanese Mortars


 Generals of Axis & Allies RTS 



It is important to tailor your strategies to take advantage of the strengths of a particular country and general; while at the same time avoiding both their weaknesses and inferior units.
 
Strengths
AT Mech, Armor
 
Weaknesses
Economy, Airborne, Specialized Infantry, Airpower
 
As with any successful strategy within Axis and Allies, you must be ready to counter the tactics and strategies of your opponents. Reconnaissance is key! You can't be prepared if you don't know whats coming.
 


 
 

 General Kesselring
Considered to be one of the weakest generals for multiplayer. But don't resign just yet... Although infantry is never your first option with Germany, if the terrain supports it, you might consider German mortars; to take advantage of Military Gear Up. Also, if you can get to the armor stage of the game, you have one of the strongest non-bomb special operations in A&A... Blitzkrieg
 
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 General Manstein
Manstein is almost Germany's strongest general for multiplayer, as his special ops V Weapons, Propaganda War, and Espionage have just slightly less game-long impact than those of General Rundstedt*.
 
*V Weapons, Demoralization, Armored Resupply
 
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 General Rommel
Considered to be one of the weakest generals for multiplayer, since he lacks a special op that has much effect in the early to mid-game; and also faces the challenges of Germany. But don't resign just yet... Use your paper tanks to harrass the enemy and steal cities, and if you can get to the armor stage of the game, you have one of the strongest non-bomb special operations in A&A... Blitzkrieg
 
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 General Rundstedt
Rundstedt is Germany's strongest general for multiplayer, as his special ops V Weapons, Demoralization, and Armored Resupply have slightly more game-long impact than those of General Manstein*.
 
*V Weapons, Propaganda War, Espionage
 
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It is important to tailor your strategies to take advantage of the strengths of a particular country and general; while at the same time avoiding both their weaknesses and inferior units.
 
Strengths
SaS, Economy, Airpower
 
Weaknesses
AT Mech, Armor
 
As with any successful strategy within Axis and Allies, you must be ready to counter the tactics and strategies of your opponents. Reconnaissance is key! You can't be prepared if you don't know whats coming.
 

 

 
 

 General Montgomery
Montgomery is easily the strongest British general, as his one-two punch of Carpet Bomb and Fighting Spirit are powerful, and can be effective at any point in the game.
 
"The U.S. has broken the second rule of war. That is, don't go fighting with your land army on the mainland of Asia. Rule One is don't march on Moscow. I developed these two rules myself."
US approach to the Vietnam War
 
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 General Mountbatten
Mountbatten is the stronger of the two british Sabateur generals, as his second special op, Smoke Barrage, is probably his strongest.
 
"War is a noble art."
General Mountbatten - Axis and Allies RTS
 
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 General Wavell
Wavell is Great Britian's second strongest general, as he is fortunate enough to have a Carpet Bomb. However, the rest of his special ops have little to no use and/or impact in online play.
 
"After the ‘war to end war’ they seem to have been pretty successful in Paris at making a ‘Peace to end Peace’ "
Commenting on the treaties ending WWI
 
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 General Wingate
Wingate is probably the weakest British general, although his special ops are perfectly suited for an early game SAS rush.. Use Economic Aid to save $75 you would otherwise have to spend on supply depots, and Infantry Resupply to help your SaS push beyond the zone of supply.
 
"I like a man who grins while he fights"
General Wingate - Axis and Allies RTS
 
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It is important to tailor your strategies to take advantage of the strengths of a particular country and general; while at the same time avoiding both their weaknesses and inferior units.
 
Strengths
Infantry, Economy, Airborne, Arty Tanks
 
Weaknesses
AT Mech, Armor, Airpower
 
As with any successful strategy within Axis and Allies, you must be ready to counter the tactics and strategies of your opponents. Reconnaissance is key! You can't be prepared if you don't know whats coming.
 

 

 
 

 General Kuribayashi
Although Banzai Charge can prove useful in a variety of different situations (since it effects infantry and vehicles), the rest of the special ops of Kuribayashi have little effect in online play.. This makes Kuribayashi Japan's weakest general.
 
"Death before Disgrace"
Tadamichi Kuribayashi - Axis and Allies RTS
 
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 General Mikawa
Mikawa is one of the most well rounded, no-bomb generals. Lend Lease, and special ops that work in a variety of different situations make Mikawa a favorite of veterans of Axis and Allies RTS.
 
"Strike first, and strike hard."
Gunichi Mikawa - Axis and Allies RTS
 
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 General Nagumo
Nagumo is Japan's second strongest general, as his Kamikaze can deliver an punishing 400 AP damage.. Although, Nagumo's other special ops have little to no effect in online play.
 
"I have lived in the United States and I know the might of their industrial complex. The United States is a sleeping giant and I am afraid that our attack has awakened it."
Chuichi Nagumo
 
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 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.
 
"We must claim victory now!"
Isoroku Yamamoto - Axis and Allies RTS
 
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It is important to tailor your strategies to take advantage of the strengths of a particular country and general; while at the same time avoiding both their weaknesses and inferior units.
 
Strengths
Infantry, Economy, Airborne, Arty Tanks
 
Weaknesses
AT Mech, Armor, Airpower
 
As with any successful strategy within Axis and Allies, you must be ready to counter the tactics and strategies of your opponents. Reconnaissance is key! You can't be prepared if you don't know whats coming.
 

 

 
 

 General Chuikov
Chuikov is Russia's strongest and most versatile general, and also happens to be one of the strongest late-game generals.
 Want to go infantry?
 Want to make AT-Mech?
 Want to make Armor?
 
"He ordered us to stand fast and save Stalingrad. So we knew then that it was do or die. We could not retreat."
Vasily Chuikov
 
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 General Konev
Russia is considered an "infantry" country, and all of Konev's special ops are well suited for the infantry game.
 If your opponent has no/few bombs:
 Mid-to-Late game:
 
"We plan alone but we fulfill our plans together with the enemy, as it were, in accordance with his opposition."
Ivan Konev
 
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Rokossovski

 General Rokossovski
Russia is good at putting alot of regiments on the field quickly, with the Conscription and/or Tank Production upgrades, and Rapid Deployment cranks it up another notch... [ more]
 If your opponent has no/few bombs:
 Mid-to-Late game:
 
"The troops of the Don Front at 4pm on the 2nd February 1943 completed the rout and destruction of the encircled group of enemy forces in Stalingrad. Twenty two divisions have been destroyed or taken prisoner."
General Rokossovski - 1943

 General Zhukov
One of the weakest generals for multiplayer, since he lacks a "decent" special op. But don't resign just yet... You can still play to the strengths of Russia.. If the terrain supports it, you might consider spamming snipers... If you don't win early try a hold out for the armor stage of the game, as Russian armor is first-rate!
 
"If we come to a minefield, our infantry attacks exactly as it were not there."
General Zhukov

 
It is important to tailor your strategies to take advantage of the strengths of a particular country and general; while at the same time avoiding both their weaknesses and inferior units.
 
Strengths
Economy, AT Mech, Airpower, Arty Tanks
 
Weaknesses
Specialized Infantry
 
As with any successful strategy within Axis and Allies, you must be ready to counter the tactics and strategies of your opponents. Reconnaissance is key! You can't be prepared if you don't know whats coming.
 

 

 General Arnold
 
One of the strongest Generals for multiplayer, short of Nimitz. Add a Carpet Bomb to the powerful AT-Mech, Arties, and Airpower of the USA, and you have a recipe for possible victory.
 
"Offense is the essence of Airpower"
General Arnold - Axis and Allies RTS
 
 

 
Dollar coin issued by the United States Mint from 1971-78 commemorating Eisenhower

 General Eisenhower
 
Another one of the strongest Generals for multiplayer, Eisenhower is the ultimate "eco whore" general. His Lend Lease special op makes the best economy in the game that much better. Eisenhower can also be dominant during the "Mech" stage of the game with the proper use of Mechanized Advance.
 
"The hand of the aggressor is stayed by strength - and strength alone."
General Eisenhower - July 3, 1951

Through the skill and devotion to duty of their armed forces of all branches in the Midway area our citizens can now rejoice that a momentous victory is in the making. It was on a Sunday just six months ago that the Japanese made their peace-time attack on our fleet and army activities on Oahu. At that time they created heavy damage, it is true, but their act aroused the grim determination of our citizenry to avenge such treachery, and it raised, not lowered, the morale of our fighting men. Pearl Harbor has now been partially avenged. Vengeance will not be complete until Japanese sea power has been reduced to impotence. We have made substantial progress in that direction. Perhaps we will be forgiven if we claim we are about midway to our objective!
 
 
 

 General Nimitz
 
The strongest General for multiplayer (3v3, 4v4), Nimitz is the only general to feature the Atomic Bomb aka Nuke. The recon rush is often used with Nimitz, to quickly earn EXP and charge your Atomic Bomb. Combine your Nuke with an offensive push of AT-Mech and/or Arties and use Assembly Line to add +15% Health.
 
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Each man must not think only of himself, but also of his buddy fighting beside him. We don't want yellow cowards in this Army. They should be killed off like rats. If not, they will go home after this war and breed more cowards. The brave men will breed more brave men. Kill off the Goddamned cowards and we will have a nation of brave men.
 

 General Patton
 
Probably the weakest USA general, yet still one of the strongest no-bomb generals in the game, simply because he is USA. Fighting Spirit gives Patton a little more versatility than Eisenhower, but like Eisenhower, Patton is also strongest at the mech stage of the game, due to Mechanized Advance.
 
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