Altaris wrote:Yes (actually, IIRC, we doubled the weight of infantry elements rather than changing the rail pool, so it wouldn't impact supply distribution). If you are playing with Centrals, you'll still have plenty of rail pool no matter what. The Western Entente have a little trouble but not much after 1914, the Eastern Entente are the ones who feel the effects the most.
Well i play as the Eastern Entente and its July 1915 and i have absolutly no problem with the rail pool.
I have like 200 spare rail pool points each turn wich is plenty because you rarely need to move whole armies and even then its still enough.
Honestly i never ever HAD to use foot movement because i can move all formations (mostly single units and corps and sometimes armies) by rail and will still have around 100 spare rail pool points at the end of a turn.
Moving a whole army is like 90 rail pool points and i have 240 spare points each turn...so no problem at all thats why i asked.