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sublimesw

So, how does RDP work?

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Hey All,

I recently learned about the .rdp command to check the factory production situation, but how exactly does it work? How long do factories take to recuperate once they have been bombed? What can we expect when German production is down to 30 percent? I'd like to learn more about this strategic bombing layer in the game.

Also, what does RDP stand for?

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at factories become damaged, their production output slows down
that makes it take longer for the factory to build a replacement for a lost unit
If it takes say 5 days to build a tank, then if your factories can only eeek out 50% production, tank might take 10 days to be made
(days just for example only, that is not the real times)

I forget offhand it takes for the factory to repair if the bombing stops

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RDP is basically how soon a dead unit comes back into supply.

The base time, atm, is 15 hours.

So, your LMG dies, 15 hours later it will be resupplied to the unit. (come back)

RDP damage extends that time up to 100%.

 

To damage enemies RDP, you attack their production facilities (bomb, shell [destroyer], or place HE from infantry).

Last I looked, axis RDP was 80% damaged, so, the dead axis LMG doesn't come back in 15 hours, but rather 27 hours.

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OK, thanks! That was helpful. I will make sure to tell all of my squadmates how it works.

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And factory facilities recover at about 2% per hour, no current way to repair.

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