The scene switches to France. As a demonstration of your
incredible power, you'll turn the Paris Tower into a massive
Tesla Coil, able to strike anything in the city. This puts
the French completely under your thumb. Naturally, they'll
protect their national landmark with everything they have,
so you can expect resistance to be strong.
For this mission, you're unable to build a base. You will
start with a Barracks and a single Tesla Coil. You have
several Conscripts, a couple of Engineers, four Tesla
Troopers, and a pair of Crazy Ivans as well. There's no ore
to mine, which means that, unless you find a method of
increasing your income, you're also limited to building
$2,500 worth of units as well.
Fortunately, there's a source of income in the area. Take
your Conscripts and start them moving west, capturing
buildings. You aren't taking these buildings with the goal
of holding them, at least initially. Your objective is to
take a building, use it to eliminate any Allies in the
immediate area, and then move on to the next building. Keep
heading west until you find the Tech Derrick in the
southwest corner. Take out all the Allies here, move in an
Engineer, and claim this structure.
Now you have a source of income, albeit a very limited
one. Still, it's enough for what you need to accomplish.
Build as many Conscripts as you can and fully occupy all of
the buildings around the Tech Derrick. Do the same with four
or five buildings around your base. This takes some time
because you need a lot of Conscripts. You'll be waiting on
the Tech Derrick to pump out the money you need to build all
of these Conscripts. Just be patient.
With your income and your base protected, you can
continue building Conscripts to move in on the Allied
position and the Paris Tower. Use the same basic tactic.
Take teams of six Con-scripts and work them north, covering
the map from side to side. They should occupy a building,
take out any Allied units and Pillboxes they can hit, then
move on to the next structure. You'll continue to gain
territory as they move. Keep a few buildings occupied in
areas where Allied Pillboxes sit just out of range of your
Conscripts. This keeps the Allies in check and prevents them
from moving in on your base.
As you reach the northern extent of the map, you discover
the Paris Tower itself. It's heavily guarded with Pillboxes
and GIs, as well as a couple of tanks and IFVs. Move in with
the Conscripts, taking as many buildings along the outside
of the walls as you can. You should be able to destroy all
of the Pillboxes and tanks eventually, although your
Conscripts may be kicked out of a couple of buildings. Keep
moving and keep attacking until you have breached the Allied
Now the Conscripts can move inside the wall and take
buildings. Around the same time, you receive
reinforcements-an Amphibious Transport containing half a
dozen Tesla Troopers. Keep them where they are at the
moment, and keep building Conscripts. You need to hit the
Allies from both sides to take the Paris Tower and to
prevent the Allies from destroying it after it's yours.
Move a force of Conscripts up the road next to the water
and have them assault the Allied position west of the tower.
You'll lose most if not all of these units, but that
shouldn't be a problem. Keep funneling replacements into the
area as you can, and move your other groups of Conscripts
into those buildings beyond the Allied wall. This puts the
Paris Tower under your control and gets you in position to
kill off the bulk of the Allied units.
As soon as you take the tower, the Allies start attacking
it. Hit what you can from the occupied buildings, then
deploy the troops and have them attack any remaining GIs and
tanks. There should only be a few of them left.
When the last GI and tank in the area are down, move in
with the transport, deploy the Tesla Troopers, and move them
into position around the tower. It'll charge up and destroy
all of the remaining Allies on the map. Paris is yours.