Hagar
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Joined: 8/11/2016 From: Rural Overijssel, the Netherlands Status: offline

Guard conversion doesn't hinge on a particular date, but rather victories vs preset conditions. Having said that, it will probably begin somewhere Sept/Oct 1941. quote:
9.2.2.1. GUARDS NUMBER LIMITS While not exact, there are limits to the number of each type of unit (infantry, armour, mountain, artillery, etc.) that may become guards units. The size of the unit may impact the percentages, with larger units having more impact than smaller ones. There is no limit on the number of cavalry or airborne combat units that may become guards units. The limit for motorized type units is approximately 35 percent. For nonmotorized type units, the approximate percentage limit varies by year as follows: 1941  5 percent January  June 1942 10 percent July  December 1942  17 percent 1943  25 percent 1944  30 percent 9.2.2.2. GUARDS STATUS CONDITIONS In order for a unit to become a guards unit, the three following conditions must be met: Condition One: For nonmotorized units, the unit’s number of wins plus the year modifier must be greater or equal to 8 plus random(8).(see glossary for definition of random(x)) For motorized units, the unit’s number of wins plus the year modifier must be greater or equal to 12 plus random(12) For Corps HQ units, the unit’s number of wins plus the year modifier must be greater or equal to 15 plus random(15) 167 For Army HQ units, the unit’s number of wins plus the year modifier must be greater or equal to 75 plus random(75) Condition Two: For all units, the unit’s number of wins plus the year modifier must be greater than 9 Condition Three: For all units, the unit’s number of wins plus the year modifier must be greater than 2 plus the unit’s number of losses Year Modifier: The Year modifier is 3 in 1941, 2 in 1942 and 1 in 194345.
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