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army movements so 'fluid'

Thu Aug 21, 2014 7:57 pm

I played AEJ-Birth of Rome for a while but became frustrated with one aspect so much that I've set it aside for awhile. It was the super-fluidity of enemy army movements through my armies. I would attempt to control an area of provinces with my army movements, attempting to force combat, block the enemy, etc.. I could bring the enemy to combat but it seemed like blocking their movements to provinces behind my armies was impossible.

Is there some combination of force makeup and/or stances that could lessen this fluidity of movement by the enemy?

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Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:06 pm

High detect [= cavalry] to, well, detect the enemy.
High patrol [lots of guys] to make sure he has to fight you.
No "Passive" [green] posture, orange or red RoE.

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