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I played lots of worl war II game, my favorite game is Hearts of Iron series..:)

Of course my favorite nation is Germany, and my favorite general is:

Gen. Heinz Guderian:

The world’s stunning introduction to the devastating power of blitzkrieg probably would not have been made without the conceptual talents of Heinz Guderian. He was one of the great innovators in mechanized maneuver warfare who pioneered the breakthroughs in multiple-arms operations by integrating the stunning new developments in modern tank warfare with the enhancements of attack aircraft in the tactical role. As Nazi Germany’s world renowned tank guru, Guderian stood at the forefront of his army’s dramatic, blitzkrieg attack into Poland in 1939 after leading the XIX Motorized Corps’ assisting in the encirclement of Warsaw. Eight months later he led the renamed XIX Panzer Corps in the spectacular crossing of the Meuse River near Sedan, France; the first in a series of impressive military operations which would engender the collapse of the French Army in barely six weeks of fighting. During Operation Barbarossa Guderian commanded Panzer Group 2 in one of the most spectacular armored advances in military history. The group’s initial advance swept through Eastern Poland and Byelorussia in less than two weeks, while overrunning the cities of Brest and Minsk and assisting in two separate enemy encirclements that corralled more than half a million Soviet troops into captivity.


During the summer of 1941 Guderian’s panzer group was diverted to the south, where it entered the annals of military history by engendering the encirclement of 640,000 enemy troops in and around Kiev. It was then sent back to the north and once again assisted in another bag of captured prisoners around the Russian town of Bryansk, before moving on Moscow from the southwest. In all, Guderian’s panzer group accounted for the capture of nearly 1.5 million enemy troops in just the first five months of fighting in the Soviet Union. No other military formation in history has come close to achieving the operational success of Guderian’s panzer force. But it couldn’t stop the general from procuring the wrath of Adolf Hitler in December of 1941, when he was sacked from command for arguing one too many times with the fuehrer. However Guderian was called back to service in 43’ in an administrative role as Inspector of Panzer Troops. It was in this role that Guderian led the charge in the development of the new Pzkw V Panther tank and the enormous Pzkw VI Tiger tank, to boost the effectiveness of Germany’s aging panzer arm. In the summer of 1944 Guderian was hoisted to the top of the German Army hierarchy after being appointed as Chief of the German General Staff by Hitler. But his illustrious talents came way too late to have any type of mitigating effect on Germany’s deteriorating war effort. One month before the war ended he was once again dismissed by Hitler for consistently challenging the fuehrer’s military competence. Alas his fame is secure as one of the early pioneers in tank warfare, as well as one of its most successful commanders.


Bonus: Moving spd to heavy tanks.


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Edward Rickenbacker
Edward Rickenbacker (Eddie Rickenbacker) was a famous face at driver and pilot in world war 1. Then in World War II he was involved in a airplane crash.
He was landed near Japanese territory and had to survive on a raft with the rest of the crewman. When he returned he was treated like a hero and was a symbol of heroism and dignity.
I think his special ability would be low food consumption and better health
Michael Wittmann
Micheal Wittmann was a German wagged ss tank commander and reached the rank of SS-Hauptsturmführer (equivalent of captain) and revived the iron cross and knights cross.
His ability should be better leadership and  mood of soldiers to %90-%100 (random)
Louis Zamperini
Louis Zamperini was an Olympic Distance runner and became a prisoner of war by the Japanese and was put through harsh trials to gain his freedom.
His ability would be to add %20 of a troops health to them. (Ex: bomber health is 7273 plus %20 equals 8727 health).
Desmond Doss
Desmond Doss was a feild Medic who served in the battle of Okinawa (Hacksaw+Ridge) but what was special about him is that he was the first conscientious objector and yet he still saved under the fire of shelling from ships and enemy snipers 75 wounded soldiers and even Japs (he was an American).
His ability should increase troops health by %35 and should give a mood buff %85-%100.
Claudius was a commander of the small vessel PC 566, assigned to protect the Robert. E. Lee. A transport vessel. The Robert. E. Lee. Was struck. By a German torpedo and sunk. The PC 566 then got onto the blind spot of the U-Boat, then Claudius fired a pressure depth charge at the U-Boat. Claudius was so accurate with his coordinates that he hit the torpedo storage compartment. It landed in such a way that we the U-Boat tried to evade the Depth Charge by diving they were carrying it to its detonation point. After the ordeal he and the crew were not credited and were treated like outcasts. The navy even said that he was not on protocol and gave him an F and court marshaled him. 
It wasn't until the 77 years until a diving expedition showed that he did sink the u boat making him the first in American history.
His ability would. E more leadership, more damage, health increased by %40, and would produce resources faster
My username is Lando04
My favorite character is Wojak
He's so cute 

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Chesty Puller

He was the most decorated Marine in history. He was awarded 5 Navy Crosses and the Medal of Honor among many others. Chesty served in the armed forces for 37 years. My favorite story was his battle in Guadalcanal. Puller commanded 1st Battalion 7th Marines, one of two American infantry units defending the airfield against a regiment strength Japanese force. The 3rd Battalion of the U.S. Army's 164th Infantry Regiment fought alongside the Marines. In a fierce fight on the night of October 24–25, 1942, lasting about three hours, 1/7 and 3/164 sustained 70 casualties; the Japanese force suffered over 1,400 KIA, and the Americans held the airfield.

Puller received the second-highest U.S. military award six times (the only person ever in U.S. history): five Navy Crosses and one U.S. Army Distinguished Service Cross. He was the second of two U.S. servicemen to ever receive five Navy Crosses. 

Chesty is my favorite because I served as a Marine and his stories are still told to motivate us.

Suggested Abilities:

Movement - 20%

Troop Defense + 40%

Attack + 50%

Supplies affected same as forced march.

My commander name: Big*Love


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Joachin Peiper, he was a German tank commander who most famously led troops at the battle of the buldge towards Antwerp.  Although he ultimately ran out of fuel and his army dissolved into the country side he advanced farther than any other German unit in the offensive. And most historians feel he could have cut the American and British forces in half had he not lacked resources.  

his skill would be:

+25% tiger B speed

+25% tiger B firing range

downside tiger B tanks use 25% more of all resources all fuel food


my in-game name is Red6

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My favorite commander is not a commander but a prime minister.prime minister of Great Britain. His name it wingston Churchill. His speeches are so inspiring that it lead most of the allies forces to continue fighting on.so his my favorite general or prime minister of them all

So I will say that for every time you man kill something Winston Churchill will restore 1-2%of power and add the Churchill tanks,it should come with the commander.

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I would like to see Enrich von manstein,because of his astonishing battles invasion of poland,battle of france,operation of barbarossa,siege of Sevastopol, siege of leningrad,battle of stallingrad,third battle of kharkov battle of kursk,and the dnieper campaign,his awards Knights cross of the iron cross with oak leaves and swords if there would be any tactic for him it be the one he was most famous for Sichelschitt (sickle cut) an attack through the woods of the Ardennes and a rapid drive to the English Channel,which cut off French and allied armies in Belgium and Flanders. 



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Henry Harley "Hap" Arnold (June 25, 1886 – January 15, 1950) was an American general officer holding the grades of General of the army and General of the air force. Arnold was an aviation pioneer, Chief of the Air force 1938–1941), Commanding General of the U.S. army air forces, the only U.S. Air Force general to hold five-star rank, and the only officer to hold a five-star rank in two different U.S. military service. Arnold was also the founder of Project RAND, which evolved into one of the world's largest non-profit global policy think tanks, the RAND corporation and one of the founders of Pan AmericanWorld Airways.

Instructed in flying by the Wright brothers. Arnold was one of the first military pilots worldwide, and one of the first three rated pilots in the history of the United states air force.He overcame a fear of flying that resulted from his experiences with early flight, supervised the expansion of the Air service during World war 1 and became a protégé of Gen.

Arnold rose to command the Army Air Forces immediately prior to American entry into World War II and directed its hundred-fold expansion from an organization of little more than 20,000 men and 800 first-line combat aircraft into the largest and most powerful air force in the world. An advocate of technological reasearch and development his tenure saw the development of the intercontinental bomber, the jet fighter, the extensive use of radar, global airlift and Atomic warfare as mainstays of modern air power.



And for fun im adding a 2nd serving?

American Lt.Aldo Raine (Aldo the apache) A hillbilly moonshiner from Maynardville,Tennesse. Aldo bears a large scar around his neck which is rumored to be from a lynching. Aldo's nickname "The Apache" comes from his penchant for scalping Nazis (done in the tradition of American Apache Indians). Raine states that he is a direct descendant of legendary mountainman Jim Bridger.




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This goes with the other 2. And since i didn't read the directions (Stupid me?) im gonna just say General douglas Macarthur cause well #1 he's from Arkansas my home state. and 2 He was one of the most popular generals there was in WW2. My game name is TheDarkNinja, and if yall could make my first officer Henery H Arnold a new officer. thx?


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Otto Skorzeny (12 June 1908 – 5 July 1975) was an Austrian SS-Obersturmbannführer[1] (lieutenant colonel) in the German Waffen-SS during World War II. After fighting on the Eastern Front, he accompanied the rescue mission that freed the deposed Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from captivity. Skorzeny was an SS Hauptsturmführer (Captain) at the time of this mission.[2] Books and papers written about him prior to the 2013 release of records pursuant to the Nazi War Crimes Declassification Act incorrectly refer to him as "Field Commander" of the operation.[3]

Skorzeny was the leader of Operation Greif, in which German soldiers were to infiltrate through enemy lines, using their opponents' languages, uniforms, and customs.[citation needed] At the end of the war, Skorzeny was involved with the Werwolf guerrilla movement. Although charged with breaching the 1907 Hague Convention in relation to Operation Greif, the Dachau Military Tribunal acquitted Skorzeny after the war. Skorzeny fled from his holding prison in 1948, first to France, and then to Spain. He lived in Ireland before settling in Spain.[citation needed]



- higher lvl Paratroopers Unit. Max bonus is if you use paratroopers it wil be lvl5.

- Simple infratry: + moving spd. 


My in game name: xtheicex




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Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr. (December 18, 1912 – July 4, 2002) was an American United States Air Force general and commander of the World War II Tuskegee Airmen.

He was the first African-American general officer in the United States Air Force. On December 9, 1998, he was advanced to four-star general by President Bill Clinton. During World War II, Davis was commander of the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group, which escorted bombers on air combat missions over Europe. Davis himself flew sixty missions in P-39Curtiss P-40P-47 and P-51 Mustang fighters. Davis followed in his father's footsteps in breaking racial barriers, as Benjamin O. Davis Sr. was the first African-American general in the United States Army. General Davis could add more attributes to the mustang fighter.

more speed, durability, patrol tactic, bigger fuel tank 



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The General that I want to be included in the game is General Patton. He was in command of the forces in Africa, and stopped the Germans at the battle of the bulge. I like him because he could think ahead of the game, and he was very smart. I think that his in-game power should be for one hour all troops have a 50% increase of speed, without using any supplies, and give infantry a 100% speed boost. My in-game username is Bonkd.


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I have a few to suggest and a way to use them.

let me start with the generals

credit for quotes:http://topyaps.com/top-10-famous-presidents-of-america

I did not make the descriptions of the generals myself.  Just how they can be used.

Dwight D. Eisenhower: 

An essential cornerstone of the World war 2, General D. Eisenhower was the supreme commander of the Allied Forces in Europe, who played a major role in washing away the Nazi Germany. After the end of World War 2, he was elected as the first supreme commander of NATO and Dwight D. Eisenhower – Eisenhower entered WWII as an assistant to senior officers such as MacArthur and Patton.  He proved his value as a commander during the North Africa Campaign.  Afterwards, Eisenhower was appointed by President Roosevelt as the commander of SHAEF - Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force – command headquarters for Allied forces in northwest Europe.later became the 34th President of the United States of America. After living a prestigious and esteemed life, this prominent figure of war and politics finally departed to heaven on March 28, 1969.

High Dollar general because he will increase the value of TWO other generals
Dwight D. Eisenhower
must be used with
Omar Bradly
Douglas Macarthur or Isoroku Yamamoto
George Patton or Bernard Montgomery or Erwin Rommel

provides extra percentage enhancement  the carrier / Tank generals / Infantry
increasing what the two have by a bit.
MUST HAVE Bradly AND a carrier general AND a tank general



Should be higher than the $9.99 general but not as High as Eisenhower
Omar Bradley::

Widely known for his polite and courteous nature, Omar Bradely was a notable American General of World War 2 who significantly contributed in Normandy Landing as well as in the Battle of Bulge. From childhood, he had a great passion in baseball, books and shooting. In mainstream   General Omar Bradley – Previously an instructor at an infantry school, Bradley entered WWII under the command of General George Patton – only to later become Patton’s boss.  At the time of the Normandy Landing, Bradley commanded all of the US ground forces in WWII.  Commanding a total of 43 divisions – totaling 1.3 million men – it was the largest US troop command ever under a single US field commander.American media, Omar Bradely has been characterized as a gentleman General who never demonstrated his power and authoritative abilities on officers and soldiers working under his leadership. He departed our dimension on April 8, 1991, in New York City.

Omar Bradley
strength to Infantrymen / (allow Jeeps to capture?)
shooting distance

provides extra percentage enhancement to Patton / Montgomery / Rommel / Isoroku Yamamoto / Douglas MacArthur when used with Patton / Montgomery / Rommel / Isoroku Yamamoto / Douglas MacArthur.

Isoroku Yamamoto:

Best known for being the mastermind behind the Pearl Harbor attack, Isoroku Yamamoto was an eminent Naval Marshal General of Japan who introduced some radical changes in the Imperial Japanese Navy. Born on April 4, 1884, in Niigata, Japan, Isoroku Yamamoto completed his graduation from the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy in 1904 and was also enrolled in Harvard University where he studied from 1919 to 1921. He died on April 18, 1943, when his aircraft crashed in an ambush by American fighter planes.

Douglas MacArthur:

Douglas MacArthur was a notable warrior who played a striking role in Pacific War during the World war 2 which further climaxed in the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Bombing, thus compelling Japan to surrender. For his outstanding service in Philippines Campaign, General MacArthur was awarded the Medal of Honor. Apart from serving as the Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point, he had also served as the Military Advisor to the Commonwealth Government of Philippines. MacArthur was reinstated in the military just before the Pacific war began.  After he was unable to stop the Japanese from taking possession of the Philippines, he stood on his promise to return.  In 1945, he did just that and presided over the Japanese surrender.  Due in part to MacArthur’s strategies, casualties under his command were relatively low.

Isoroku Yamamoto / Douglas MacArthur
each one slightly different between them
what one has strength the other has weakness.

small aircraft carrier enhancement
carry capacity for m24 Bombers only
m24 bomber enhancement
enhance both small aircraft carrier and M24 bombers
shooting distance

receives extra enhancement when used with Bradley / Eisenhower.

Bernard Montgomery:

Best known by his nickname “Spartan General,” Bernard Montgomery was an eminent officer of British Army, who just not only participated in the World War 1, but also played a significant role in World War 2, ensuring the victory of his 8th Army against the Allies in 1942. General Montgomery was the person, who, on May 4, 1945, accepted the surrender of German forces at Luneburg Heath. Winner of several prestigious awards, Montgomery took his last breath on March 24, 1976, at his home in Hampshire.

Bernard Montgomery / George Patton
each one slightly different between them
what one has strength the other has weakness.
Tanks similar to George Patton
shooting distance

receives extra enhancement when used with Bradley / Eisenhower.

Erwin Rommel:

Respected by both his own troops and opponents for being a generous officer, Erwin Rommel was a German Field Marshal during World War 2 who commanded the German forces fighting against the Allied Forces during Normandy invasion. Counted among one of the most experienced commanders of desert warfare, General Rommel was popularly known by his nickname “Desert Fox”. Throughout service, he was never accused of war crimes, and furthermore, he was against to kill captured soldiers or civilians.

Erwin Rommel
Tanks Mice / stugs
increase against buildings.
shooting distance

receives extra enhancement when used with Bradley / Eisenhower.


I still need to figure out someone for Anti Air.  I cant get them all in the first try.

Just my thoughts on using generals singularly and in combinations with others.  Please don't price them all excessively. Beginning players needs to afford them too.


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My in Game name is Dcobra

My favorite officer you have offered so far is Hermann Ramcke


The officer i would like to see in the game is Hans Ulrich Rudel  "The Eagle of the Eastern Front" 

After Reading "Stuka pilot" I was amazed at what this guy was able to accomplish and the amount of times he flew into hostile territory even after being severely injured. 

Hans-Ulrich Rudel (2 July 1916 – 18 December 1982) was a Luftwaffemilitary aviator during World War II, a ground-attack pilot credited with the destruction of 519 tanks, as well as a number of ships. He also claimed 9 aerial victories, and the destruction of more than 800 vehicles of all types, over 150 artilleryanti-tank and anti-aircraft positions, 4 armored trains, and numerous bridges and supply lines.[Note 1] He flew 2,530 ground-attack missions exclusively on the Eastern Front, usually flying the Junkers Ju 87"Stuka" dive bomber, and 430 missions flying the Focke-Wulf Fw 190.

Born in the Province of Silesia, Rudel volunteered for military service in the Luftwaffe in 1936. Following flight training, he served in an aerial reconnaissance unit at the outbreak of World War II in Europe. He transferred to the dive bomber force, and was posted to France. Rudel flew his first combat missions as a dive bomber pilot at the beginning of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941. On 23 September 1941, he was credited with severely damaging the Soviet battleship Marat, which effectively put her out of action for several months. He was posted to the Luftwaffe main testing ground at Rechlin, and experimented with the Bordkanone BK 3,7 equipped Ju 87G in the anti-tank role. Back on the Eastern Front, Rudel flew a Ju 87G in combat over the Kuban bridgehead, destroying numerous landing craft. He destroyed his 100th tank on 30 October 1943 and on 22 February 1944 was appointed Gruppenkommandeur (group commander) of III. Gruppe of Schlachtgeschwader 2 "Immelmann" (SG 2—2nd Ground Support Wing).


Stats I would like him to increase is 

Bomber speed increase

Bomber defense increased


My in game name is Dcobra

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GAMER TAG : Blackwolfcorps

For me the first African American general:

I would love to see him in here you already got my other favs... Cept for the two who I dont care for... Joseph Goebbels and (dare I say his name) Hitler

Douglas MacArthur 

2 Patton general for the 3rd armor div.

Gen. Erwin Rommel

4 Joseph Goebbels

Joseph Goebbels (1897-1945), was a trusted friend and colleague to Hitler,  the key post of minister for public enlightenment and propaganda. In this capacity, Goebbels was charged with presenting Hitler to the public in the most favorable light, regulating the content of all German media and fomenting anti-Semitism. Goebbels forced Jewish artists, musicians, actors, directors and newspaper and magazine editors into unemployment, and staged a public burning of books that were considered ”un-German.” He also spearheaded the production of Nazi propaganda films and other projects. Goebbels remained in this post and was loyal to Hitler until the end of World War II (1939-45).

+5 morale

+6 recruitment speed (trust me you will need this)

-3 in production...   (He made people go out of business.)



 5 Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr. 

(December 18, 1912 – July 4, 2002) was an AmericanUnited States Air Force general and commander of the World War II Tuskegee Airmen.

He was the first African-American general officer in the United States Air Force. On December 9, 1998, he was advanced to four-star general by President Bill Clinton. During World War II, Davis was commander of the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group, which escorted bombers on air combat missions over Europe. Davis himself flew sixty missions in P-39, Curtiss P-40, P-47 and P-51 Mustang fighters. Davis followed in his father's footsteps in breaking racial barriers, as Benjamin O. Davis Sr. was the first African-American general in the United States Army.


Air units

+ 3 attack

+3 morale on bombers (bomber groups felt safe due to them never lossing a single bomber on a mission) *

+4 bomber deffense

+1 speed boost

-1 on plane defense... (Due to them lossing 66 airmen)

-4 on plane morale for 1 day once genaral  is purchased (due to the discrimination for the time)

+10 mins for repairing troops till day 5 (due to them being given second hand outdated planes till 1944 when they were given p-51s)#

*specail unit.... Red tailed p-51( apon purcess red tail planes will appear 1 for every 6 plane units built)×

*"Ordinary guys did a certain precision rollover to show you they were friendly, but the Red Tails would roll that wing over and over and float through the formation like dancers. When you saw them you were happy. They were that hot, that good." (Tech. Sergeant John "Red" Connell)

× By the time the war ended the Red Tails had downed 111 enemy aircraft, destroyed 150 other planes on the ground and flown over 15,000 combat sorties. 66 Tuskegee Airmen lost their lives.

#They were assigned second-hand P-40 aircraft that were tough and durable but slow and obsolete, unable to maneuver as easily as the German Messerschmitt Bf 109 or Focke-Wulf FW 190 fighters they would be facing. In the summer of 1944 the group would be given P-51 Mustangs.

sorces for info:




But even tho this man was a heartless rat..... His way with people was well....out standing and down right scary....

6 Hitler

Adolf Hitler (German: [ˈadɔlf ˈhɪtlɐ]; 20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; NSDAP), Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and Führer("leader") of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. As dictator of the German Reich, he initiated World War II in Europe with the invasion of Poland in September 1939 and was central to the Holocaust.

* before I get in to stats let me remind you.... This was a single man who saw an opportunity and took it with such speed and force the world still reals in shock to this day..... He took a broken COUNTRY and not only brought it out from ruin.... But had almost took over all of Europe... Survived.....MULTIPLE assantion attempts one that was so close he almost died... And he started THE MOST BLOODIEST WAR WE FOUGHT...


+7 recruitment with a ×2 bonus for ever city taken (** HE WAS A SPEAKER WHO CRAETED A ARMY FROM ALMOST NOTHING andnhad people follow his ever word and lead blindly)

+6 bounas to troop morale (**)

+5 for tanks atrack for the first 4 days (he had the best tanks during the first half of the war....and he loved tanks)

+5 bounus to jets....(dont care what any yall say....if it wanst for the war he started....we would not have jets till later years why.... It was a matter for them to make better fighters...which led them to make them sooner)

+6 boost speed in both troop and city upgrade.... (In just a short few years he went from fighting with panzer 1 to a tiger and he had the ss....these guys are what gave problems.)

+7 in production speed (he gew them really fast from poor to stable)

-3 for troop upkeep (everything was made for the soldier... In that time and you were german.... You wanted to be a soldier)

+ 4 in troop movment in the first 3 days(blitkregie just look what happend to poland and france)

+3 in troop attack and deffense (the SS..  And most of thier army was trian from high school)

Look I dont think guy was awsome at all he was an every curse word you can think of and then some

.... I just reconizw his work and accomplishments.... No matter how horrid i find the man.... 




Oh and he should have a +3 in rebel growth....  Everyone wanted ro kill this man

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I don't have a favorite officer because I haven't played with them yet so Srry about that but anyways I know that this guy was in WWI not WWII but he did something amazing this guy captured 132 German soldiers on his own This mans name is Sgt.AlvinYork I feel he should be able when you capture a city the city starts with more than 2k of each supply it should start with more and maybe you should even get to keep some of the armaments that were there when you attacked


PS. One question if your officer gets admitted will you get the officer for free or even though you came up with the idea will you haft to buy him and my in game  name Is TheGrimReaper

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Okay for 500 diamonds... 

my favorite current officer is the Turret General Scherer. This is because he's the best and most important one.

I would like to introduce/recommend a new officer named Adrian Warburton (I don't know if he has already been recommended or not because I didn't read this whole thread. And I don't know the names of all the current officers in the game because I don't have them except a couple of them). 

But anyway, Adrian Warburton was a British Royal Air Force Ace Pilot who did a lot of Reconnaisance work. He was famous for gathering Intel that preceded several major attacks against Italian navy ships and other targets. He was also famous for using scout planes (he led a squadron of multiple scout plane pilots) to attack bombers and other planes or targets they might encounter (even though the guns on their scout planes were moreso for defesive purposes). 


I would recommended that this officer give the following attribute boosts to Scout Plane values: 

Attack against planes: +35%

"Power" value (which is Life or Health Points): +500

"Sight" value (range of what they can see): +100


The sight boost is important because now that some players have the turret general which boosts the turret range by 100... our scout planes can't get close enough to a city without being shot down because turrets can shoot farther than scout planes can "see". The "power" boost of 500 is minimal but provides a small boost that could help in one on one battles. The attack vs air units boost is also a small change that will not change the balance of the game tremendously but will help the many players who smartly rely on scout planes for much more than just basic scouting :)


lastly and most importantly... I would like to recommend to the game developers that you all consider giving this new officer to ALL players in the game for free as a Christmas present on or around Christmas Day. Most players don't have any officer at all yet. Many players don't understand how they work, and/or don't know that they level up for free each map and that they will keep the officer map after map. Giving one officer for free will introduce the officers to free players in a way that could get them used to the officers and encourage people to want to buy more after getting a taste of the cool new feature. It would also boost morale in the game and keep a huge part of your core player base happy. More information and screenshots about my idea for an officer are included below.


my in game name is KingZeus











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16 minutes ago, TheGrimReap23 said:

I don't have a favorite officer because I haven't played with them yet so Srry about that but anyways I know that this guy was in WWI not WWII but he did something amazing this guy captured 132 German soldiers on his own This mans name is Sgt.AlvinYork I feel he should be able when you capture a city the city starts with more than 2k of each supply it should start with more and maybe you should even get to keep some of the armaments that were there when you attacked


PS. One question if your officer gets admitted will you get the officer for free or even though you came up with the idea will you haft to buy him and my in game  name Is TheGrimReaper

I forgot about the picture


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I feel like there should be an inclusion with Lt. Gen. George S. Patton. He was one of the most feared U.S. Commanders by the Nazis. Although his brutality could be called extreme, even against his own men, he demonstrated a great knowledge of warfare on the battlefield. After slapping a soldier and calling him a coward, he was removed from his position of command. However he would still prove useful when he was used as a decoy during D-day which gave the allies enough of a foothold to march further easily into Europe. I feel that because of his wisdom of the battlefield, his use as a decoy after he lost command, and his extremely feared name amongst Nazi officers, that he should be at least considered to be apart of this game. If he were to be, I personally believe that his special abilities could consist of increasing the endurance and strength of infantry and tanks, while slowing down the mobility and firepower of whoever fights the one with this powerful general!


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