@sPzAbt653 - I find your statement about the house rule rather amusing, and I do mean in that in a friendly jesting fashion, as according to the scenario briefing under self-imposed restrictions / house rules I copy and paste the following:
"4. German units must remain with their respective Army Group assignment (based on the counter color) in the historical region through March 31st 1942. The exception to this is German division reinforcements with counter color grey and white center, black insignia. When they arrive they can go to any Army Group. After the capture of Sevastopol units of the 11th Army can be assigned anywhere. Historically a good chunk along with Manstein were sent to Army Group North and the rest parceled out between Army Group South and Army Group South. ( If Army Group North is secure then it would be wise to keep them all in Army Group South). Units from Hungary, Romania, Italy and if activated Bulgaria should always remain in Army Group South."
So, understand my confusion if this has changed somewhere post version 4.6 without notice.
@Spicejuan - I'm not debating on what ifs, I only stated that the Russian units are "probably" programmed to a certain area. To extrapolate then, yes using the following fake example....if the 1st Moscow Division was programmed, or setup to use a different term, to defend moscow, it is unlikely that unit will ship itself off to Lenningrad. I could be wrong however. (edited) Since sPzAbt653 is one of the scenario designers, I happily defer to his remarks regarding Russian units ability to respond to axis movements in any direction.
@Jukipo - I look forward to matching my progress with your own, best wishes.
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