This is a great mod but it is a heavily scripted.
Thanks, and it has to be heavily scripted as the otherwise the AI would be unable to effectively deal with such a large and complex map. Especially if someone tries to think "out of the box" and attempts to follow an unhistorical strategy.
However, it is not at all impossible to do so, just be prepared that if you do unhistorical things the AI would do the same. I think it is more or less fair enough in this context.
Now HMS Ramilles (that is corretc) and HMC Resolution (probably not correct, should be on the way to Indian Ocean now?) were appeared on Atlantic.
It is too much for my Tirpitz which was on convoy duties escorting Greenland landing force
I think it is fair to assume that had the Axis decided to bring the Tirpitz to the North Atlantic the British would not have just sit and let them do so. For more, see what happened to her sister ship, the Bismarck.
As far as I know there was a British thinking that whenever the Kriegsmarine showed a force somewhere in the open seas, they always quickly deployed a task force which was at least two times stronger to make sure that they can outgun and sink the Geman ships. And so they did whenever it came to the Admiral Graf Spee, the Bismarck or the Scharnhorst.
In this particular case it can be assumed that British Admirality learned about the Geman plans through Ultra/breaking the Enigma etc. on advance and redeployed the afformentioned battleships to the area to deal with it.
The inability to match or even seriously threaten the British surface sea power was probably the main factor behind the large scale production of German U-boats. They had simply no other choice to compete in the given time frame than with submarines which could be built much faster and cheaper than capital ships.