Cardinal Ape wrote:Nope, settings are not saved per game. You can change the settings mid game.
You can leave the AI on in a PBEM game. It will only take over a faction if there are no orders found for it when you try to run the turn. If the AI is not on the neutral factions won't do anything. Not that are many in CW2, only the natives in Little Crow's war.
Captain_Orso wrote:I would suggest synchronizing settings with your PBEM opponent, or visa-versa, as the case may be. It's the safest way to deal with the situation.
It is truly unfortunate that settings are per game installation, and not per started scenario, with the ability to change settings once the scenario is underway.
Some settings will make a difference. For example FOW.
Most settings only play a role for the host executing the turn. I don't think Attrition settings have any influence during the planning phase. Even while playing per PBEM AI settings play a role in the game, because the AI controls all non-aligned Native American units.
Some I'm not sure about. Extended Build Pools may or may not; I've never looked into it.
But safe is safe. Ergo, first paragraph.
Pocus wrote:A per scenario gameplay settings? Now, that's something to keep in mind for the ongoing new engine. No promises though.
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