I see that you're using "fast horses", which are meant to represent cavalry, which of course will be quite mobile. For the purposes of this exercise, it seems that you should be using "slow horses" (or similar name), which is meant to represent wagons.
Okay, here is what happens when you use "slow horses". You move 22 instead of 24. Of course, you could say, "Why are you using trucks?" Which brings me to the point I was trying to make.
Luftwaffe flak units were fully motorized. No horses. And then came the discussion where horses "could" be theoretically used, right? And then came, what about when the Germans run out of gas? And that is when I posted what happens when you start messing around with horses pulling 88s. Who cares whether they are fast or slow horses? Why on earth would you be designing units with horses pulling 88s in the first place?
What makes horses better at pulling 88s into badlands, swamps, mountains, etc., than trucks? TOAW, that's what.
If you want to simulate lack of fuel for late-war flak battalions, then reduce the number of trucks to lower the speed, thus still keeping the unit motorized (which means off-road/motorized restrictions).
My point is that using horses to pull 88s in TOAW creates ridiculous situations. Simply adjust the number of trucks if necessary.
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