lodilefty wrote:The two regions to the west are the only regions Controlled by GBR. That gives priority in retreat.
Look in \WIA\Settings\GameLogic.opt to see the Retreat Factors used by the game to choose a retreat path.
Leibstandarte wrote:anyway, 2772 troops against 3881
408 casualties in the first side, 2583 in the other, only 6 Militia bataillons left, i suposse with very low cohesion.
So english Victory, but the english retreat!!! why? because of low cohesion? lower than the losers of the battle?
this kind of retreats are very frustating.
lodilefty wrote:Your Cornwallis approaches from the very region he retreats back to.
In New York,, the GBR force is plotted to intercept the USA force in Danbury. The USA force is plotted to move away....
GBR intercepts, and defeats USA at Danbury. USA retreats across the river and GBR pursues across the river and defeats USA a second time. USA retreats back to Danbury.
WAD, as the USA has several probabilities for retreat targets. The GBR pursued and won twice!!!
You can watch this in the Replay, as it clearly shows the movements.
This clearly shows why a screenshot os essentially useless to diagnose what goes on.
Retreats and routs are probabilities, not certainties.
Also, please install the latest patch, raher than running still a beta release:
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