PhilThib wrote:proconsuls were prolonged usually for 1 year, exceptionally 3, but not much more... we can tweak this easily while we test the scenario
PhilThib wrote:It is not difficult to handle at all... you indeed needs a model for each of the ranks (consul *** and proconsul **).. then we can build a very easy script feature that will handle nominations, retirement...
We can make sure that ** former consuls may even be removed after some time to avoid cluttering the ranks... IIRC my Roman history, proconsuls were prolonged usually for 1 year, exceptionally 3, but not much more... we can tweak this easily while we test the scenario
aryaman wrote:Sometimes it could become a bit complicated, for instance Fabius Maximus elected dictator in 217 and consul in 215, 214 and 209. For those complicated cases maybe it would be simpler to leave them as leaders for all the period?
GShock wrote:I presume the same way AACW handles things would do. Only some of the leaders actually get removed though we know some got killed (Johnston for example) while some others retired or got fired (Grant dismissing Butler for example) and so on.
I favor more the historical approach, if you could event-script the spawning of the elected Maximus you could have him retire, then reappear and then disappear anytime you want with turn-based events.
This all depends on the approach. Total history or player controlled...total history would mean events only. Perhaps it's not only better but also easier.
PhilThib wrote:In my memory of Roman history, one of the legates was taking over until a new Consul arrived (could last a few weeks to months...).
For instance, during the 2nd PW, that's for example what happened after the Scipio brothers got killed in Spain and until their young nephew arrived to take over...
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