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Hey, can we please get the actual calculations, not 'if the percentage of troops over the supply limit is low, only a portion of the maximum attrition will occur'? What portion? And can we get some numbers on 'The monthly percentage becomes more severe the longer they have been out of supply?' At what time does the percentage increase, what does it increase to? As is, this page is nearly useless. You might as well sum it up by saying, "forest & hills =bad; mountains, arctic, and desert, =very bad. Less troops than supply=good. high Martial commander=good." — Preceding unsigned comment added by (Talk) 22:54, 8 February 2016 (CET)

I don't know if anybody knows the actual calculations, and the only way to find out is likely to look at the code. Compassionate727 (talk) 02:48, 9 February 2016 (CET)
I think the "portion" is the portion over the limit. So if the supply limit is 10K and you have 10.1K troops, it won't kill more than 100 of your troops. Jruderman (talk) 23:00, 9 February 2016 (CET)

What is "minor attrition" penalty for out of supply? What's the difference between "minor attrition" and ordinary "attrition" ? I see armies wandering all over the map, and fleeing all over the map, and they don't seem to be suffering much, even in the northern winter forests. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Arnold Hendrick (Talk) 20:54, 19 August 2016‎ (CEST)

Does anyone know whether Way of the Dog reduces attrition if the commander with the trait is leading a flank rather than the center? And also how Winter Soldier affects attrition in winter? I'm not sure what "+4 Winter Supply" means. --Faiuwle (talk) 02:39, 30 January 2018 (CET)

Return to "Attrition" page.