H Gilmer3 wrote:Well, Merlin just convinced me to buy 4 more munitions. I think I had bought about 6 and I wanted more. Plus it each one produces more war supply per turn the more you have. So, I got that going for me, which is nice.
Reiryc wrote:Just curious, but why do you think the munition factories produce war supply?
H Gilmer3 wrote:I thought for sure I saw that that was part of the output. I apologize.
On a side note, I have built a heck of a lot more than I thought. I counted 13 munitions factories in 4 cities and I know there are more. Any way to see a listing of how many?
Edit: I think I may have been looking at an arsenal. Now, I bet that supply is not really war supply, is it?
At last count, I have built about 13 munitions factories, and 7 are being constructed. I'm not ever going to run out of artillery ammo!! I built 2 in England and 1 in Egypt.
H Gilmer3 wrote:So, I'm thinking 2000+ is probably a lot. I wonder how much is used. 1 each per artillery regiment actually fighting for each round, so a really big battle could use 30-40 or so?
Merlin wrote:Not really. There's so much available rail capacity in EAW that transportation of ammo isn't really an issue. I generally feel it's better to be safe than sorry and build my factories well behind the lines.
Reiryc wrote:I must not be building enough artillery. I never run out of ammo and I rarely build ammo factories (as the CP that is).
Nico165 wrote:The thing the rail network must be able to simulate is heavy strategical redeployment between fronts. Like if EE is knocked out, how many turns CP needs to bring its armies back to the west ? Does the game portays this fine with the current setup ?
Highlandcharge wrote:Like I said in my post, maybe it just seems a lot because the CP player controls German, A-H and the Ottomans.. and therefore controls the abstracted rolling stock of all 3 country's....
Shri, I have tried to find a definite answer regarding how long it took for Lundendorf to transfer all the troops west for the 1918 offensive, did you find a good website with the info on it?
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