This is intended as a humorous thread, not a rant, balance discussion, or any such sort of serious business discussion that may or may not impact anything in anyway.
1. The Axis had lots of armoured units in WWII.
2. The Axis had lots of armoured units anywhere, and everywhere, in WWII.
3. The Axis eventually replaced all of their infantry, with amoured units.
4. British Command Trucks were built very well, and very big, and were capable of producing adult males willing to enter armed combat, and a variety of combat vehicles, ranging from light, to heavy armour.
5. Two magical, floating balls of light were the source of many axis vehicles, and infantry.
6. British Sappers are very... Expressive.
7. If the in-game text chat fails, spell out your message with sandbags. Same effect, more pride.
8. While it isn't nice, it can be sometimes humorous to help "protect" your teammates British HQ Truck with an elaborate tank trap, sandbag and wire combination.
9. The King Tiger is a very powerful tank. It also moves quite slowly- however on the upside, should a lost puppy happen to wander in front of this massive tank, it would be fairly easy to stop in time.
10. Rangers are overpowered.
11. Commandos are overpowered.
12. Panthers are overpowered.
13. PIV's are overpowered.
13. Anyone attempting to defend an overpowered unit is biased somehow.
14. Anyone attempting to explain that a unit is overpowered is biased somehow.
15. Despite any infantryman's best efforts, he has proven it impossible to simply hop over those freaking sandbags.
16. Artillery shells bounce off of tanks.
17. Easygoing lads tend to drive American vehicles. "Hi!"
18. Kettenrad drivers are incredibly brave, and don't ever complain about anything. They're sort of like soldiers who never went through boot camp due to being paraplegic.
19. The Scheldt is an interesting map; driving roofing nails through your own toes is an interesting activity.
20. Wooden bridges can be welded back together, with only a welding torch, and some good ol' determination.
Now it's time for you people to add to the list. That's right. You people.
-Edit- I very well have forgotten to mention that the goal of this thread is to reach one hundred "things learned." So the idea here is to hand out a general idea, and let other folks fly with it.