- Jun 25, 2006
You should really pressure the reds now to divert some men from south to the siberian front.
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this just gets better - in effect your 'over recruitment' has allowed you to smash the Red Army on the Volga line, but you've overloaded your supplies in consequence. Can you pack 2/3 divisions off to Vladivostock or down to Central Asia so at least they are out the way?
Of course it does sound as if the Poles are planning to finish off the Bolsheviks for you?
The Southern Whites are not going to understand why you stopped...
Perhaps you can disguise your retreat a little? You need the Soviets to commit some forces in your direction instead of towards Denikin. Alas, that may not be possible.
How is the northern front doing?
It is the very first time I see a general supply issue in RUS, and even in an AGEOD games. In general, supply issues are local, except in a few cases where they are regional, but here they are completely global due to the railroad system. Interesting - I always thought supply was not a factor in RUS, but I was wrong.
Would it be possible that you would post the strategical map each turn. Nothing looks like more like the Eastern Russian steppes than more Eastern Russian steppes. And maybe put like like indicator 1, 2, 3, 4 on the strategical map, linking them to the "operational" screenshoot. I am lost sometimes - and I own the game