edbeard wrote:is there a difference between "directly in front of it" and "any surrounding territory?"
Also same question for two territories in advance. (Also, I suggest you change that to "up to two")
I think you just mean these can bombard any territory it is directly connected to, and any territory up to two moves away (respectively), but the way you worded it might confuse people when they play the map for the first time.
Are there going to be bonuses for holding all of a commander's section?
Are there going to be bonuses for holding H, LHS, and CL (whether separate or combined)?
Any reason that Wellington and Ney's commander icons have bolder edges?
Thanks for the feedback edbeard...appreciated as always....
1. What i am wanting to do, is have the artillery bombard enemy positions across the map "directly in front of" the artillery themselves, perhaps up to five territories away. This of course is difficult to describe and without using more icons, perhaps even more difficult to present graphically.
Perhaps i should use "up to five territory range".
2. I think i should use terriotry "up to two moves away" for the calavry, although i an not so sure....i kind of think "can attack up to two territories in advance" would be more appropriate, and yes "cavalry doesn't bombard of course, they charge and kill
- giddayup giddayup giddayup hussar, hoorah hoorah hoorah...(just me gitting in the swing of things cavlary here).
3. Bonuses for Commanders, YES.
4. Bonuses for Hougomont and Chapel St Lambert...Yes.
The other small viallges are bonused already in that group of 5.
5. Bolder edges on Welling and Ney are simply my bad pixelling borders.
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