Bernd 07/17/2020 (Fri) 16:02:49 No.38657 del
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>And - remaining at the example - if there's another region, with a width of 3 and there's 2 more units of the attackers thrown in the assault, then it will be 8 attackers against 4 on an 8 width front, and the attacker will outflank the opponent with a strength of 4.
That's the problem with counting total frontage and why each connection should have outflanking counted manually with everything added up later. The committed attacker strength in that case is 7. That one extra unit in the Ukraine is still uncommitted and that one width in Belarus is left unused. For that width to be put to use the uncommitted unit in the Ukraine would have to redeploy to Belarus.