I've been looking over the map and counting on my fingers. I'm pretty sure that a power mill, arms manufacture, textile industry, and arsenal all produce 1 WS each, except for London which produces more.
Trade ports and requisition offices on the other hand seem to produce money.
Using all of England, I count a total of 15 WS produced per turn. The break down is: New Castle 1, York 2, Hull 1, Shrewsbury 1, Hereford 1, Birmingham 1, Lyme Regis 2, Taunton 1, Portsmouth 1, Norwich 1 and London maybe at 3 or more.
Anyone else have a better guess?
If I'm right, that means if all production is spent on replacement chits, the total game production will be 3 infantry, or 2 cavalry and 1 foot chits per turn. Remember, this is the total map production and the count is divided between two sides.
Folks, this is not the game to march up and down hills in nasty weather. Doing so will rapidly turn your armies into hollow shells, almost impossible to reinforce.
What do you think?
There seems to be a limit on how much WS the king can produce. In a test game, even though the king controlled London and all sources of WS on the map, royalist WS production never exceeded 10 per turn.
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on Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:01 pm, edited 4 times in total.