korvessa
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Gustavus & Banner - how does this happen

Sat May 20, 2017 6:04 am

Banner keeps getting promoted over Gustavus and taking over the stack.
How does this happen?

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Durk
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Re: Gustavus & Banner - how does this happen

Thu May 25, 2017 3:09 am

Who gets promoted is a combination of their contribution to battle success and a bit of luck, so this can happen.

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Re: Gustavus & Banner - how does this happen

Sat May 27, 2017 7:17 pm

True enough - but no general should ever outrank Gus
Especially a Swedish one

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Re: Gustavus & Banner - how does this happen

Sun May 28, 2017 3:08 am

I do agree, the king ought to always be number one, but . . ..
I am very ok with a game which show the king has lost too many battles that he ought to be aware of the need to have his more successful commander lead major battles.

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Re: Gustavus & Banner - how does this happen

Mon May 29, 2017 7:30 pm

The time it has happened to me, Banner was in the same stack as GIIA.
Taking the glory from the King?!
Ooh what a scandal
:dada:

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Re: Gustavus & Banner - how does this happen

Wed May 31, 2017 8:53 am

His name is Johan Banér, full name is Johan Gustafsson Banér. He hailed from the ancient noble family Banér :dada:

Don't want to step on anyone's toe's but if his name is "Banner" in the game, then it's totally wrong.

I own TYW but i haven't played so long yet when Sweden enters the war. I have only played until you get Denmark on your side, and historically Kristian IV basically tried to do a Gustav II Adolf thing but they failed miserably on that point im afraid :P

Im from Sweden so i can step on Denmark's toe a little :siffle:
Nah, the Dane's are our brothers as are the Norweigans :)

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