I am wondering whether this change:
1. Formula Change - Greatly reduced the chance that a unit below its national morale will receive the die(10% of national morale) increase in morale.
has any effect, aside from making it harder for German units to get their morale up. Because as far as I can see it, units under 50 morale (Soviets, Rumanians and Hungarians) shoot up to 50 in an instant. My Germans, however, seem to take endlessly. On turn 38 I put 161st Infantry Division with 68 morale on refit in Orsha (far more than 10 hexes from the front). Now it's turn 42 and it still is on 68. On turn 39 I sent 292nd with 65 morale back to Poland on refit. A turn later 137th with 65 morale and 263rd with 68 morale. These three divisions also haven't gained a single morale point. So, up till now out of four divisions below the NM of 70, not a single one has gained a morale point. Now, it could be that I'm simply unlucky. I have read some people say, that in the long run the morale gain changes benefits the German side (after blizzard, then 43 onwards), but if the gain is really so slow (and not I am just getting bad dice roll after bad dice roll), then this entire business of the morale gain correction of 1.07.08 was somehow senseless from a German-only point of view.
I have been posting this for ove 2 yrs now peeps.
GHC units or SHC will not get pts over 60 morale (5%) basicly not worth doing.
I have tested this all, 50-60 units will have a 18% chance basicly.
boosts over 60 have to come from combat.
The rule changes made it easyer to get boosts above NM from combat, which is HUGE as GHC if you know how to max these inc.
The next patch will nerf the 1 win = 2 wins for SHC units tring to get guards, this again will be HUGEthis one "exploit" will very much weaken SHC come 42.
< Message edited by Pelton -- 7/28/2013 2:23:28 PM >
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