anibal barca wrote:the cesar vs pompey scenario,Why has a duration of 121 turns?if one turn is equivalent to one month in the game.
this civil war lasted 51 months,of 2 January 49 BC with the crossing of the Rubicon River by cesar to 17 March 45 BC with the battle of Munda.
addition to murder Julius Caesar in 15 march of 44 BC, impossible for him to continue the campaign historically.
Any clarification on this?
yellow ribbon wrote:hm, the original civil war ended already in -48. by this time you can have a moral victory in game and have won. but all Pompeian troops are still out there and giving his faction units and resources. i.e. Sextus Pompeius Magnus Pius kept on fighting the successors of Caesar until -35, even taking Sicily.
So if Caesar was not supposed to be killed in the game, i believe you can carry on and seize the map, fight against Pompeis former allies instead of all the conflicts of forces around the historical second Triumvirat thereby. One could even have it extended to -30, Octavian taking Alexandria, but the 120 turns are more practical as is the name "civil war" for the scenario, than "civil war and the possible aftermath if Caesar is not murdered"
anibal barca wrote:then this is historical or hypothetical scenario?
i prefer the historical scenarios with historical events,is what most attracts me AGEOD games with exquisite care historicity in all aspects as events, units, generals and VIPs, visual appearance of the units and all aspects that give historic dive to these games.
Laruku wrote:There wasn't kryptonite at that time, so Caesar cannot die.
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