Yes, I was thinking about this approach and then came to this example - Neandor picking Turkey, laughed myself a bit and decided the wild picking isnt too good of approach.
The starting groups should start somewhat predetermined like this: Inca/England, Neandor/France/Vikings, Russia/Turkey. From here, our team is the weakes, so we have the first pick. Then Inca/England pick, then Neandor
I think this is far more reasonable, right?
But then again we come to Arabia/India being a group on their own and they are so closely related to the Axis (Arabia giving them Oil, Neandr upgrading infantries, sharing common hate for the Comunists - absolutely irrational hate btw), that the axis already is composed of Neandor/France/Vikings/Arabia/India. Thats 5.
Then maybe the other two groups - Inca/England and Russia/Turkey must start and choose the from what is left and each of us ends with group of 5.
This will be logical, right?