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Odd prisoner calculation after Saxon surrender

Thu Oct 28, 2010 7:08 pm

In my last campaign I put Pirna under siege. After two failed Saxon sorties, the remaining troops surrendered. Apparently I made 259, 000 prisoners.

One round earlier I was fighting some 17 000 Saxons. Those Saxons must have gotten a lot of babies before they laid down their arms. :blink:

It's a rather amousing glitch in the system.
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Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:39 am

Prisoners can be counted in parts, i.e a Saxon soldier cuts in pieces by an artillery fire can be counted as up to 17 fragments.

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Sorry, bad joke. There was a typo in the message report, it is fixed for the next beta patch of ROP.
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