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Subject: 15.3.1 INDUSTRIAL AREAS rss

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Joe Kong
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The BP for Brussels has already been figured into the German Build Point Allowances, there’s no need to modify it. Brussels begins producing 1 BP for the Germans in the 1915 scenario.

I am confused about the aforementioned exception.

Does it factor in both German and Entente Build Point Chart?

Does it apply to all scenarios including 1914? In other words, should Entente player deduct 1 BP during Production Phase (6 to 5) when Germany captures Brussels in 1914 and the German player only add 1 BP after repair? In scenarios after 1914, does the Build Point Chart already include influence of Brussels: i.e 1 BP increase for the German player and 1 BP decrease for the Entente player?

 
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Doug Kewley
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I took it to mean that you did not have to do anything for either the Germans or the Allies. The industrial point shift and the repair were already considered. It would seem odd to say that it has already been built in if you need to subtract it from the Allies, roll for repair, and than add it to the Germans. What is more confusing is what happens if the Germans decided not to invade Belgium on one of the alternate plans?
 
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Kris Van Beurden
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dakjck wrote:
I took it to mean that you did not have to do anything for either the Germans or the Allies. The industrial point shift and the repair were already considered. It would seem odd to say that it has already been built in if you need to subtract it from the Allies, roll for repair, and than add it to the Germans. What is more confusing is what happens if the Germans decided not to invade Belgium on one of the alternate plans?


Then Belgium keeps trading with Germany and so supports the German war machine?
 
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