Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2017-07-01 09:53:55
I am not satisfied at all with the Random Events table - never have been. It got better when I changed it to the current table, but I still don't like it. I'd like to see other types of random events and maybe increase the frequence from 2 to 2-3 or maybe 2-4. That would mean that Navigation and Weather could be placed on the Random Events table.
Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2017-04-21 02:02:07
Here's an idea. Try it!
If you want to have more details on your box and the other box in your group.
Not finished, but try it and see what you think and let me know if yo add anything. I'll use this on my next mission.
Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2017-04-17 13:54:48
Going Around for a Second Bomb Run and Bombing the Secondary Target are a part of the Core Game included in the Advanced/Optional Section. Should these two events be deleted from the Core Game and be available either as expansions or included in other expansions instead? It will make the Core Game Flight Manual somewhat shorter...
I'd like to have this in the Core Game because it often happened on missions that bombers went around for another try or bombed the secondary.
Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2017-04-09 12:20:41
I may add this on TZ-4a:To Release or Not To Release?
If your final modifier is low you may elect to not drop your bombs and Go Around or Bomb the Secondary Target.
I imagine that this simulates how the Lead Bombardier looks through his sight and can see how his aim is and thus can decide if to release or not. After all, he is in charge during the bomb run. Even though he has identified the aim point he may still judge his aim to be off.
To add this or not to add this, that is the question!
Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2017-02-21 09:46:28
Here's is something that I wanted to add because it is a situation which often occurred. I did not know how to reflect it before, but here's a suggestion (which will be added as a note on Z1-b and a reference on MP-6, Fighter Cover to Z1-b)):Close Escort with Forward Support:
With Forward Support you may roll on TZ-1, Weather Conditions when you are two Zones away from the Target. If the weather is unfavorable to you you may elect to abort the mission or go the Secondary Target (see A.8.12.0). If the weather is Very Bad, the Forward Support Commander will order you to bomb the Secondary Target or abort if no other target has been assigned. Do not roll on TZ-1 again in the Target Zone.
AND... not sure about this, but may also add:
You will be without Forward Support until you reach the Target Zone.
Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2017-01-28 13:39:24
Skip Bombing is something I am working on now, trying to come up with a good idea that will work. It will be used in the MTO and the PTO.
I could simplify it, in which case it is finished, or make it more complicated by trying to figure out a way that will work to reflect the skipping.
Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2016-12-18 13:42:24
Here's another Optional/Advanced suggestion:
If your formation is Loose or Normal increase IP by 2 and change to Tight. IF IP is 6 Increase MT-2 +1 and FLAK +1/+1. Your formation will be Tight Box and Flight on the Bomb Run. Roll on MT-1b, Formation after MT-1a if MT-1a is not Formation in the first after the Bomb Run.
Suggestions & IdeasPosted by Magnus Kimura 2016-12-09 13:53:50
On some missions the Mission Commander decided to try to go below the cloud cover to find the target. I wanted to include this as a rule in B-26 but here's another rule that will make it more complex, so it will either be a house rule, add-on or optional.
If the weather in the target zone prevents you from finding the aim point, you may try to go around and descend to a lower column. On your next bomb run, roll on TZ-1, Weather using the weather result from your first run. If the result is equal to or worse condition, it is equal to your first result. You may try again, but in the core game you cannot go lower than Column A on MP-2, Altitude.
See also #6 in the post below...