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Japan '45 question about casualty rates
07-13-2019, 03:52 AM,
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zicon 2  Japan '45 question about casualty rates
I am playing through the scenario on Tanegashima and am noticing the casualty rates (per turn) from attacks, from either side, to be quite low.  Artillery casualty rates seem fine, but anything else seem to usually average 1-2 men per attack.  I am still fairly new to the JT engine, so go easy on me :)
Thanks, Travis
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07-13-2019, 10:34 AM,
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RE: Japan '45 question about casualty rates
What options are you using? That does make a big difference. The default or are you changing the options to use others and not some?

A lot of us see very high casualties on the beaches. The key to the Allied survival/victory is to get off the beaches ASAP.

Are you attacking in battalion strength or using companies?
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