Took me a while to figure out, but each section of the dialog has it's own function as mentioned in the pic below.
If you place your cursor over other routes entering the UK, you will see at the bottom left of your screen 0 resources flowing, but near Liverpool you will see all resources entering and leaving from there. Once Liverpool falls, the others will kick in.
2)94 and 45:
represent the total number of MMs those countries have.
3)Under convoy routes it shows that the UK has a total of 44 escorts remaining after the 10 assigned to the North Atlantic route, correct? What does the green 10 in brackets mean?
Correct, 10(10) The first 10 represents the total number of escorts in the route for all countries, (10) 10 in brackets represents UK contribution to the total.
4) Green Arrow down
Agreements created by the scenario do not have an X
Agreements created in play will contain an X, they represent trade from Capital to Capital. So a down green arrow is not created because when you click on the down green arrow it takes you to the hex location of the resource.
Note: Iraq convoy (ie: First Oil Example in UK trade window): Conquest Trade has green arrow down
(212,21) oil resource location (click green arrow down)
Rail to Basra then
Basra(start)-->African Coast route-->South Atlantic Route-->North Atlantic route-->Liverpool (destination)
The rules I remember are:
Resources flow on a 1:1 ratio with MMs.
The country getting the resources provides the MMs.
If they cannot, then the country exporting will try to provided them.
All minors use their majors MMs.
subs sink MMs and the resources they carry.
The pic compares the view from US and UK and bottom shows route of US convoys.
+1 with Harrybanana
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