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D-Day to The Ruhr(A) - 12/13/2017 3:07:44 AM   
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It took me a bit to figure out why the axis units near Caen were out of supply, but the units near the beaches were still in supply, even after being out of supply for two turns.




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RE: D-Day to The Ruhr(A) - 12/13/2017 3:13:31 AM   
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I'm mostly just curious why all the coastal batteries have permanent "5" supply points on them? Those three stacks have 18 units between them (the pic says 19, but it's 18), and I'm just wondering why you chose to put permanent supply in them. All the coastal batteries on the map have one, and on my first turn on the beach the PO moved as many units as it could into those hexes.

I really like the scenario, but I just couldn't understand why those batteries would need a permanent supply point, and how are they feeding all those units. If I'd known sooner that I couldn't put them out of supply I would already have reduced them instead of waiting for them to be un-supplied.




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RE: D-Day to The Ruhr(A) - 12/13/2017 3:22:28 AM   
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Well, I guess you just answered your first question
Is there any documentation that explain those designer choices?

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RE: D-Day to The Ruhr(A) - 12/13/2017 3:26:19 AM   
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Maybe moving your questions to this thread would help to find answers http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=4378627

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RE: D-Day to The Ruhr(A) - 12/13/2017 3:30:04 AM   
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27. Supply Points
Germany has 100% Supply Points at Berlin and Prague [294,107], a 60% Supply Point at Linz [297,148], a 75% Supply Point at Innsbruck [253,172],a 40% Supply Point at Kiel, and a 10% Supply Point in the Ruhr Industrial Region at 179,84. Additionally, many Coast Battery and Fort locations have a 5% Supply Point.

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RE: D-Day to The Ruhr(A) - 12/13/2017 11:45:32 AM   
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I missed that in the notes sPzAbt653. I really do like the scenario, appreciate you pointing that out. I had a feeling I'd missed it in the notes, but I don't see as well as a used to. Even with my glasses on.

@Meyer1: Considering this is the scenario and mods section, it seems an appropriate place to ask about a scenario decision.

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RE: D-Day to The Ruhr(A) - 12/13/2017 3:52:44 PM   
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@Meyer1: Considering this is the scenario and mods section, it seems an appropriate place to ask about a scenario decision.

It's OK, I was just pointing you to the original thread of this scenario, also in this section. But the designer already took care so no need now.

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