Tarfman wrote:I'm not sure if the slow mover trait is actually disabled or not, or why. Maybe it won't be an issue. Suppose will find out.
Cardinal Ape wrote:Looks fun. Thanks for sharing.
Damn, those Roman legions sure pack a punch.
I think those traits turn on or off based upon whether or not the general is active (the envelope looking icon).
As you can see the replacements came in handy. I am holding off on buying the Socii Legatus replacements as they are 30 D's a pop. Hopefully some of the local nobility will decide to volunteer.
PhilThib wrote:Very interesting AAR so far! Bravo.
As for the Legatus replacement, you don't really need them, as the Legatus is the last element that could be missing in an Alae unit...if it is missing, it means the Alae has been destroyed and thus it is easier (and cheaper) to rebuild one in full. No need fro those replacement (same thing for the Legion legates). You just made a saving here....
Baris wrote:Good to see written AAR. Well done. Scenario demands some waiting and chess movement.
For now as a house rule I would not use intercept order.
Random wrote:Busy year for you and potentially such a long road ahead. I hope to follow this all the way so thanks and please keep up the Republic's good work..
Never done PBEM but have found the game's AI a challenge in this scenario. I barely got a Roman win first time I played and now am far behind in points and am unable to defeat Hasdrubal in Sicily. The Carthaginians never invaded Italy and so I was not able to raise those legions that one can get when the Eternal City is threatened and so on land we are at near parity and Carthage generally has better leaders. Twice have invaded Africa, both times ended in disaster. Have buckets of money and EP but nothing to spend them on and still over nine-years to go.
No suggestions on house rules from this corner of the peanut gallery; I think this scenario is naturally balanced.
Cardinal Ape wrote:You sacrificed ants to a Roman God? Ants! My God, what have you done!?
What do you think your punishment will be? A false victory? A blessed son born to Hamilcar? A son who will one day reclaim what you think you have won? A future filled with elephants that crush Roman legions like ants in the streets of Roma?
For house rules in AJE, I would recommend that both players be on the same page when it comes to combining units with generals. I'd say don't it.
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