Slaughtersun wrote:Not so sure that's such a hot plan there.
It's sort of similar to Hart's "expanding torrent," but it seems to me that fanning out behind the front might make you susceptible to defeat in detail. Further, splitting up your sections is a huge micro headache.
The light units followed by heavy units obviously works, not least because the light units act as bullet sponges and allow the heavy units to sit undisturbed-- possibly a use for the unstabilized tanks.
Not entirely sure about the rest.
Another huge issue with it is that very few people set up their forces in a line. Defense in depth is the order of the day in this game and it's likely to remain that way.
That my friend is why it's a crazy tactic been working for me though.