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JulianSnow2

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Post 09 Jan 2018, 11:50

Unit Specifications

Good afternoon,

I've been on the forum before (long time ago) and swear I had found a list with all the unit specifications.

Some I can remember were:

Militia 35 ATK // 0 DEF // 3 HP
Swordmen 55 ATK // 2 DEF // 3 HP

But I'd like to review the original list instead of basing my thoughts on some vague memory.

Now i've been searching on this forum for the past hour and my lunch time is about done, but without result. Can someone please point me in the right direction ?

Gr,

JulianSnow.
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JulianSnow2

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Post 09 Jan 2018, 12:08

Re: Unit Specifications

Just found this somewhere, using Google:

"Assuming unit X is looking towards the north
2 1 2
3 X 3
4 5 4

Unit Hit Points Strength Horse Bonus Defence
Militia 3 35 0 1
Axe Fighter 3 35 0 2
Swordman 3 55 0 3
Barbarian 4 75 0 1
Lance Carrier 3 25 55 2
Pikeman 3 35 80 3
Bowman 1 60 0 2
Crossbowman 1 120 0 3
Scout 4 35 0 2
Knight 4 55 0 3"


Given these stats, the right way to calculate the damage output of a unit would be:

Strenght X (Angle multiplier) / Defence = X - random generated 'luck' I.E. 35 x 3 (=105) / 2 = 52.5 - 50 = 2.5 (above 0, and thus a hit)
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Esthlos

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Post 09 Jan 2018, 18:58

Re: Unit Specifications

You could use this: viewtopic.php?f=26&t=2653

Care though, the "counters" tab is way off (forgot to include starting wares in the math, and I'm way too lazy to do that all again - no loss, that tab wouldn't be of much use anyway).
Just when you think you know something, you have to look at it in another way, even though it may seem silly or wrong. You must try! - John Keating, "Dead Poets Society"
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JulianSnow2

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Post 09 Jan 2018, 20:07

Re: Unit Specifications

Thanks, that cleared alot :)

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