From: Groningen, the Netherlands
Yesterday I played the Kalpali scenario from the Italian side. Very immersing experience. I didn't succeed in sending troops from the exit point, but conquered all objectives in the end, for a marginal victory.
Now I will have to go and read about the details of supply.
On my left, I infiltrated with an infantry battalion behind the Greek front line.
While I lost a couple of supply transports for them, I think it drew back a reasonable amount of Greeks from the front to help me conquer the border objective on my left, which offered stiff resistance. But of course I don't know what really happened, as the real Greek forces were hidden by the fog of war.
Although I put some garrisons along the supply lines, I was glad that there were no serious efforts by the Greeks to cut my supply, and apart from the mentioned infiltrated battalion I only lost one other supply train for an armoured spearhead.
But I have no idea how much of a loss that represents.
I have some questions about the movement rates as displayed in the right-click pop-up: even in the bottom of the valleys the slope is always show is something around 60%, which sounds excessive, while infantry movement-rates in open ground on slopes seems to vary inexplicably from 20% to 70%. I don't understand the logic there.
Another question: as I am slightly colour blind in the red-green, I have a very hard time to see the trails in the mountainous areas. Is there some mod around the makes these trails another colour than brown?
Here I found the area in Google Maps. I noticed that the North was rotated. So there is no game effect of Up and Down, which is good news for my intention to make a scenario in the Netherlands, where I need a rotated map to keep within the maximum map size.