There really just is no concrete way to win as them. Archived. Realistic PSA Victory In Kaiserreich's 2ACW? Cookies help us deliver our Services. Written by ChimpCookie / Aug 8, 2019 ... PSA, etc. “Mistakes were made” – As the United States be at war with the CSA, AUS, PSA, Mexico, and Canada at the same time. Lore-wise, it would have a narrative of being the professional, disciplined "outnumbered but never outmanned" force fighting for freedom. Stiff resistance that I had to micromanage and maneuver my way to advance and envelop enemy units, falled by mass retreating that allowed me free territory. Is the war of attrition at the rocky mountains … When the civil war starts, push, push, push! They certainly have the potential to make the ACW a lot more interesting, but they simply don't have the sheer numbers to take America. That being said, I also would have liked actually winning by a hair. < > Showing 1-15 of 16 comments . I remember being hyped for the Italy and 2nd ACW rework. Secure the Rockies, fort up, and let the other factions grind down their manpower on you. save hide report. Let's just say that if MacArthur is the American Caesar then whoever the hell leads the PSA is Hannibal. You don’t have the manpower to compete with the other factions. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. As for the PSA, I don't know, probably a static 50/50 chance or something like that. Admiral Walrus. You have to let the AUS/CSA exhaust themselves (which they almost certainly will) before you can really get involved since they have far more manpower than you do. It really feels like fighting the Soviets as the Nazis in vanilla, no matter how many casualties you inflict, it doesn't feel good or rewarding because the other factions can easily tank it, while you can't yours. Or if that's too much, for the love of Christ, make it easier to build political power so that you can change the goddamn conscription laws. Hey folks, just wondering if there's any strategies to win the second American civil war as the PSA. Push hard, only ever push. I just end up throwing my men at federal lines forever. Its ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ impossible, in previous patches it was easier but now it's extremely difficult for me. More factories, more of their cores to build their armies out of. They … Nevermind the gaps in your line. Hearts of Iron IV - Kaiserreich: How to Win the 2nd American Civil War. Welcome to the official subreddit of Kaiserreich: Legacy of the Weltkrieg, an alternate history mod for Hearts of Iron 2, Darkest Hour: A Hearts of Iron Game and Hearts of Iron 4. Is the war of attrition at the rocky mountains the only viable strategy? I captured much of south Texas and New Orleans unopposed, and literally just walked into Chicago and the surrounding states. When it gets bogged down and the front lines become full, start making tanks. The two options are get a great defensive position or never stop agressing, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the Kaiserreich community. When I was steamrolling through central USA, a fifth of my divisions were lost. Thread starter KingOnTheEdge; Start date Sep 14, 2020; Tags 2acw kaiserreich kaiserreich legacy of the weltkrieg pacific states of america psa Sep 14, 2020 #1 KingOnTheEdge. Before the civil war you can see from events and such when the AFP and SPA get a vague amount of political influence. log in sign up. I just got through a six hour game as them. r/Kaiserreich. I was worried about one collapsing before the other and turning on me throughout the game, and so tried to have an even North-South Frontline to not facilitate one of them's demise. The United States of America starts out as a large, populous, economically powerful, yet diplomatically isolated, socially struggling and politically divided nation. Denver ceasefire has major ups and downs, on one hand you can rebuild yourself and establish proper defenses but your opponent is gonna core what they have and will have significantly more manpower than you. Here are the names of the other templates: Preparation (Part 3) Back to the guide.