Durk wrote:Hmm, I am pretty sure an analysis which blames the player for poor play is totally off the mark on this question.
Durk wrote:There is no game mechanism to 'protect' a leader from loss. To suggest this is possible is very silly.
Durk wrote:Actually, holding at all costs has no correlation to leader death. I wonder why you think this is the case.
Durk wrote:For this instance, I think you totally missed the mark about the relation of leader death to the success or failure of battles.
Durk wrote:At worst, holding at all costs and losing the battle means you leader ends up injured in some city you control with a movement penalty of a few turns.
Durk wrote:The original question is: why does the Ottoman power seem to suffer a disproportionate leader loss. The answer is not because the Ottomans have been using hold at all costs. The answer may be something more like, because they are more predisposed to loss.
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