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    Work in progress: Dreadnoughts

    It would be interesting to involve a land war that you don't control, so say you play as the British and someone like Haig wants you to support a Zeebrugge like raid or the BEF gets utterly destroyed and you have to carry out a Dunkirk like scenario
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    Work in progress: Dreadnoughts

    Can't wait, this looks good, any idea when this game will get an official announcement?
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    Work in progress: Dreadnoughts

    Is there any news on when there will be an official announcement?
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    Work in progress: Dreadnoughts

    Is this at style the final style? I for one really like it.
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    Work in progress: Dreadnoughts

    This is great, really interesting era and topic
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    Work in progress: Dreadnoughts

    So is this a continuation of the Ultimate General games or a new entity all together?
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    Work in progress: Dreadnoughts

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Battle of Jutland here I come! Ultimate Admiral!
  8. Yeah, I can see the mechanics on that being hard to pin down
  9. Some official news would be cool
  10. The Civil War was very existent in the West. The Confederacy attempted an invasion of Nevada early in the war but it was repulsed at Glorieta Pass and Valverde and the the Union government was worried that local rebels in California would attempt to seize San Francisco. I would argue you'd be less safe out West as the locals tended more towards handling their debates themselves if you know what I mean. Also, the fact that the Federal Government was focusing on a war wasn't lost on the Native Americans and they heated the region back up during the war, even as far North as Minnesota. As for the state enmity question, the "Bleeding Kansas" feuds continued through the war, the only difference being that the two warring parties were now backed by governments. And yes, I consider "Bleeding Kansas" to be the opening skirmishes of the war and a huge arguing point for North and South.
  11. German Unification, Franco Prussian, Crimean, or Indian Mutiny would be awesome!
  12. And the French Wolf cavalry regiment!
  13. Probably in the next game.
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