Organisation and Entrenchment

Land forces that are constantly mcving don't have much time to prepare themselves against an enemy attack and have a tendency to become somewhat stretched out' or disorganised. The same is true of armies that are constantly subjected to naval barrages or aerial bombardment. Hol2 models this aspect of war using the concepts of organisation and entrenchment. Organisation is a measure of the cohesiveness of a force hew able it is to receive and respond to orders, how well it is supplied, hew...

Dissent and Partisans

Depending on your domestic policies, your population may also play a prominent role In determining what actions you may take even to the point of making it impossible to declare war on a nation unless public opinion is on your side. Policy settings will also influence the public's demand for consumer goods, and falling to meet these demands will have negative consequences by causing dissent their overall level of happiness to become worse. Dissent has two significant impacts it will cause your...