Question about abandoned villages.

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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#16 Post by dax1 » Apr 07 2014

number47 wrote:
Aragos wrote:For some reason, you can't build anything on the two islands north of Iwo Jima. I've tried everything.
The reason is 0% supply level in those settlements. The same issue can occure on oil platforms.

Maybe BG should hardcode a min 1% supply generation in settlements (and oil platforms) no matter the amount of population present OR allow engineers to build anything in 0% supply area...
.... or allow engineers ro buid anything if there is some "transport unit" load of supply!
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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#17 Post by Aragos » Apr 07 2014

number47 wrote:
Aragos wrote:For some reason, you can't build anything on the two islands north of Iwo Jima. I've tried everything.
The reason is 0% supply level in those settlements. The same issue can occure on oil platforms.

Maybe BG should hardcode a min 1% supply generation in settlements (and oil platforms) no matter the amount of population present OR allow engineers to build anything in 0% supply area...

Agreed--it seems like the most simple fix. Just give each hex a 1% supply minimum on map. It does make sense--you can always sustain a small unit anywhere, to some extent. And it would fix the building issue.

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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#18 Post by Jakt80 » Apr 07 2014

Yup, either that or have engineers generate supply. If every hex already had supply you wouldn't need engineers unless you wanted to speed up building.

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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#19 Post by Jakt80 » Apr 08 2014

I'd say this needs a ticket pls. #Balthagor

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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#20 Post by Balthagor » Apr 08 2014

Already had one; 18371
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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#21 Post by Jakt80 » Apr 08 2014

Awesome, gracias!

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#22 Post by Jakt80 » Nov 21 2014

This issue seems to not be fixed in 1936, still.. Tried building a military complex with koketai (or however the jap engineers are called) on the one grid island just southeast of tokyo but unable to. Any news?

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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#23 Post by Balthagor » Nov 21 2014

I'm fairly sure this was marked as fixed. Are you running the latest version?
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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#24 Post by Jakt80 » Nov 21 2014

Version 8.3.12 I'm afraid, thru steam. Island in question is at X:1669, Y:248, supply is at 0%.

Update: just tried it with the motorized engineers and it worked, perhaps an issue with the koheitai unit?

Update 2: Yes it is, the Koheitai unit is listed as engineer, but does not allow building of military complex on no-supply hex. (It does however speed up construction)

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Re: Question about abandoned villages.

#25 Post by Balthagor » Dec 01 2014

Engineers don't build facilities in out of supply territory, they build complexes first. You can build either a military or industrial complex on that island. When complete it will provide supply to build the facilities.
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