It is not a drop in supply, but more Soviet reinforcements are arriving and they take up suppply.Yolo911 wrote:Erik, I have to ask you, why would you reduce the Soviet supply level to amber on the second turn of the game. (Road to Moscow)? The Russians are going to get their asses kicked anyway, but when the supply level drops on the second turn then it reduces the reasons to zero to play as the Russians. I lost about twenty units so I quit.
The solution is to disband those units at the front that are on low strength/efficiency and no longer combat-worthy anyway.
This is similare to Soviet doctrine where they would let units burn out and just replace them.