Example: Classic Map
If you are in Brazil, you're attack options are; Venezuela, Peru, Argentina and North Africa. You can attack any of these countries on your turn but you can't continue past that.
I think it would be great to have this option at the start of a game because I feel this adds another stradegy element to the game.
I also like the way it is now where you can start in Brazil and attack North America, Egypt, Middle East, India and then China. They both have thier pros and cons but like I said, I think it would be a nice option to have when you are starting or searching for a game.
***Another example from page 2 of this thread.
3seven1 wrote:Round 10:
One of the territories I own is Congo in Africa. Congo has 20 attackers on it. I can attack North Africa, East Africa or South Africa.
I attack South Africa and put 5 attackers there to defend incase of an attack from Madagascar.
I also attack North Africa and East Africa and i'm so lucky that I don't lose 1 time so I leave seven attackers in each territory and leave one behind in Congo. 7 + 7 + 5 + 1 is all 20. Now that i've attacked with those armies I can't attack with them again until my next turn.
If I have other territories with multiple attackers I can attack with those too, but only to touching territories.
The way the game is now, I can attack North Africa, Brazil, Venezuela, Central America...yada yada yada until i'm out of armies. I call that chain attacking.
I think this example is a little more clear than my first one. Is it still stupid or do you think this sounds like a good option to have?
Please post your thoughts. Good idea? Bad idea? Why?