Don77 wrote:Things I learnt in the first turn of the campaign:
• The HQ units include signals and medical (as in AACWII) but in WoN they also include engineers and pioneers. So, unless engineers and pioneers stack (I think they do?), I suggest you don't need to buy these separately to boost/maximise an Army/Corps than in previous games?
Franz Ferdinand wrote:Nice AAR mate, hope you update it frequently until the third. Can you also update some screenshots showing the new technology system and new ledgers? I am just interested how they look like in practice. Military reforms and decrees are self-explanatory, but what is the history tab for? Wait, so you cannot control Dutch armies, for example, as French? Why would you then puppet them instead of simply annex them to prevent AI mismanagement of both armies and resources?
marek1978 wrote:does it mean that Army Stack gives bonuses to all suborditante corps - like hospotal, enginner and so on? so no need to add them to corps stacks?
Does it work the same in EAW and CV2? and RUS ?
Franz Ferdinand wrote:Thanks for answering my questions. That is a lot of modifiers, I really hope that they include tool tips so we know what we are getting. I presume that all of them will be included in the manual, but still, having it in the game is just so much more practical.
Is there a bunch of historical events and decisions? I know that you just started, but do you by any chance know if there is a peace treaty system and how it works? I just assume, taking in consideration that it will span for 10 years, that there must be a way other than the usual NM sudden death to defeat the nations and take your claim. So, I presume that it is more similar to PON than EAW or CWII, right?
Also, I am curious about the resources. What are these (is it just manpower, gold, horses and cannons)? Is there too much ep, as per usual, or do you have to ration? Also, just some random screenshots of the map and some battle screens would be nice while we are waiting for the 3rd to play it. Thanks a bunch.
Franz Ferdinand wrote:Thanks again for answering my questions. Nice, I am glad that resources are scarce. In EAW you have pretty much unlimited manpower and printing money ability has too small of a penalty. I had games where loses were at historical level in late 1916.
Thanks for the link, but only people in Beta can access it. I am really looking forward to your posts, it is nice to learn more about the game while waiting for it to be released. Again, I am just curious what is happening once one side defeat another country, so please update us once you are that deep into campaign. Keep up the good work
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