AndyDufresne wrote:No-Mans land should have some shell holes to hang out in for protection against assaults by the opposing side from a the main offensive direction!
koontz1973 wrote:2 points Flapcake, I know your other map has slowed down a little but I hope you are keeping an eye on it.
USA entered the was in 1917 and tanks made there first major appearance in 1916, so a slight title change is needed. Agree with Andy, shell holes are a must.
Where are the trenches, cannot see any?
AndyDufresne wrote:I remember looking up some images about trench warfare when the other map about trench warfare was in production. Maybe these could be of some assistance:
Also, because I am sucker for poetry, it me be worthwhile to read (and include a few lines) from some WWI poems by soldiers:
And dozens and dozens of other fine pieces of WWI poetry.
koontz1973 wrote:A couple of title options for you. Use them at your own risk though.
Trench warfare 1917
All quiet on the western front (this is not a copyrighted title as it is now public domain)
Where's my trench
The war to end all wars
Trench warfare 1914-1918
ManBungalow wrote:Looks good but I have no idea what the No Man's Land bonus is about.
isaiah40 wrote:Change the US flag from the 50 star to the 48 star flag as Alaska and Hawaii were not added until 1959.
Flapcake wrote:ManBungalow wrote:Looks good but I have no idea what the No Man's Land bonus is about.
No man´s land is a place where you cant hide, unless you are standing strong and i a cluster, shell holes for protection will be added
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