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Unit damage question. - 8/14/2012 10:24:53 PM   


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Is there an easy way to look at a unit and see what it has lost vs. its' full strength without having to open up the OOB and compare?
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RE: Unit damage question. - 8/14/2012 10:28:34 PM   


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You can check in the list for reinforcements requested where the numbers are written like 5(10)
The one in brackets is the total number of reinforcements the unit needs.

EDIT: No I think I'm wrong sorry.. I'm currently trying to figure it out myself...

EDIT2: After checking a few units, I think the number in brackets DOES state how many reinforcements the unit needs for full strength. I just don't really understand what the number that isn't in brackets is standing for.

For example some infantry divisions have 300(100) as infantry requested. They do need 100 infantry for full strength but then what is the 300 for?
I hope someone who knows the game better than me can answer this

< Message edited by alex0809 -- 8/14/2012 10:33:28 PM >

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RE: Unit damage question. - 8/15/2012 12:34:02 AM   


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I think it may be that the unit will always request maximum troops it can receive in one round, when the RPL is set to PRIORITY(PRIO).
Indeed, the OKH only send 100 infantry even if it requests 300 in the last replacement.

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RE: Unit damage question. - 8/15/2012 7:04:31 AM   


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I use unit integrity as a measure of actual unit strength v full combat strength. I dont change the replen pri. I just rest units out of combat and they regain combat strength (unity integrity). That along with unit readiness is a good indication of overal combat readiness.

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