This thread is helpful, but I would love a bit more detail about how the APs for supply movement are calculated. In the starting Kharkov scenario as Germany, I can't understand why some AP costs are 9, some are 1, some are 53, etc. The terrain movement costs don't seem to add up right, even accounting for the "structural" bonuses from cities en route.
Does a city with 2000 structural points "subtract" 20 APs from the route? 1000 structural points subtracts 10 APs? Does this subtraction happen only once per city en route, as long as the supply passes through that city? If the total AP cost is 5 and the supply route then reaches a city with a -20 AP bonus, is the count reset to 0, or 1, or -15?
Also, it seems that every route to a unit is traced through its immediate HQ, even though that HQ no longer plays a role in distributing supply. Am I mistaken about that?
the logistical bonus is not subtracted, but will result in free AP points for the hexes still to be traveled (except the 1st AP point out of the city).
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