Ardie wrote:Err...the training works kinda but the trained militia units won't change their status into regular ones.
The continental regulars (untrained vanilla) won't turn into undisbandable (is that a word?) trained regiments.
Also at the early turns of a campaign the training seems to be global as even miniscule militia garrisons are trained and they are not under the command of a training officer.
So when I'm playing as the Americans I cannot collect a core group of trained regiments as they all disband.
lightsfantastic wrote:Here's my latest run through of my FIW mod. Units under Washington are training correctly, one at a time. The problem is that after the first unit is trained under Washington, other units, including garrisons, that are not under any command at all (Carolina Volunteers trained into Provincials by themselves even when their model does not allow training) are getting 'trained' too. If it is a problem with my unit files I understand...but I did not change any of the Garrison models and they all train spontaneously. Could it be with the switch I did from 12 to 24 turns per year?
Shooting in the dark here.
Forgot that my FIW Mod Files are needed...so here is what I am seeing. Anybody else?
1st training is under Washington...ok, but he seems to have a 100% chance to train a unit per turn.
2nd is the Charlotte Garrison. No commander. un-modified garrison unit.
3rd is the Carolina Volunteers militia regiment. No commander. modified unit that does not allow unit to be trained. Trained every turn for four turns until provincial status reached.
4th is the Ft. Chriswell Garrison. No commander. un-modified garrison unit.
5th is the Wilmington Garrison. No commander. un-modified garrison unit.
Also ran through a Clean 1.13d 1777 Saratoga Campaign. No mass training of Garrisons witnessed, but I did have the 4th Continentals (side window shows Infantry) train into Trained Infantry (side widow shows Trained Infantry not Infantry (Trained). Wayne and Washington when not fighting always trained a unit or two whether militia or Continentals.
lodilefty wrote:I'm seeing something like this in 1775 campaign. Washington hasn't arrived yet,but several garrisons and Militia units have had a 'Light Infantry' upgrade. I searched through the database, etc and can't find anything there that would control this (other than the unit ipgrade path), so I'm guessing the probability is set somewhere we can't get to.....
I'm running some of my mods (ports, c&c, Rangers), so I'll go back and rerun 'clean' to see if it happens without mods.
Pocus wrote:When I get it, the zip presents me with this file
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