Appreciate this basics class, but as said:
Gaining fatigure in bftb have to be considered as one serious realistic improovement
So I think this was the ´most wanted´ since COTA.
I found gaining faigture as high flyer, when it comes to realistics. mud.. dense woods, with some good slopes - must be exhausting. And Im glad that it is.
It is the regeneration that is a mickey-mouse here.
he majority of your troops not in contact with the enemy should be resting at least 8 hours through the night so that they are ready for new orders by 5 AM
True. Just not a new discovery for me. The big part of the gaining faigture greatness is the faigture increese in night advances.
You have to remember to reset "normal" setting rest orders to those units that were previously ordered to move/attack with "none" for resting
You seem to dont trust my management. Ok, just to know that I do not used to just run on "none" rest. Its not lways a maraton
Do an 'F1' task check after nightfall to make sure no one is stuck behind the line in some old assault or defend order.
An F1 sugestion.. Hm Ok, intresting... I didnt noticed F1 before.. ..Or did I?
But good gues again. I Agree with that simovich.
Keep a reserve Bn from each regiment and a reserve regiment from each division
Whenever possible . Try to do that as Wehrmacht in "Assault on the Sauer" fo example, and let me know how far did you go..
Dave was in the armed forces and he had some pretty good reasons to set it the way he did
"Dave" is just a one man, and not only one that has expierience in the army. But i understand this is his fairytale, and he is the one drawing.. Thats why my post was directed particulary for him.
You have to know Simovich, - "30+" was stated to make the post more spicey (nevertheless Ive actually have encoutered not one of such examples - taking more then basics needed for a proper rest to occure - so there are also some huge glitches running)
I think, that the regeneration issue is a loud case allready, and I am not the one only bothered by this. In fact i remember Dave "Arujna" admited somewhere, that this is indeed the case to take a closer look up.
My post is a reminder.
Fatigue is not just physical tiredness. It's your guys getting worn down by the sh**hole nightmare that is combat and death.
I think this is exackly whad I had in mind when writing:
scuh hardcore could fit more properly to the Eastern Front
( -10C -20C -30C!.. German lack of winter clothing /as for a constant fatigue/regeneration lack/
So again agree. Faigture also have psychological faces.
I thank you for your post. I know the hand was made to be helpfull. Appreciate..
And sorry, I didnt resisted to answer some of them, despite that Ive felt, that their are not addressed for me.
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