TMZ_Cinoros wrote:Also, the title "Chief" probably has something to do with determining bonuses. For example, according to Klog #4, Parson gives units "of [his] capital" a +2 bonus. Lets assume that this description is metonymy and not literal (capital refers to his side, not to the hex he is in, which is the capital). Ansom gives +3 to all units on his side. Currently, Ansom is the Chief Warlord, not Parson. So, all units get a leadership bonus of +3, not +5, as the Chief Warlord leadership bonus can (presumably) be applied only once. Otherwise, the update would have probably mentioned Parson's bonus. Also, if this were not the case, the side with the most warlords would by likely be the most powerful, as all warlords would grant a global bonus, which doesn't seem to make sense.
teratorn wrote:"It seems a bit more poorly defended than we expected"
This could be some sort of a suicidal trap. It would be neat to have Ansom being decrypted again and again.
Welf von Ehrwald wrote:TMZ_Cinoros wrote:A side note: The shief warlord of Unaroyal is a wimp. He only gives a general bonus of +1 to his side, assuming the minimum attack is +1.
SteveMB wrote:I doubt it; the garrisons left behind by the Coalition conquests haven't really had time to adjust to the new situation, so they'd be configured for the old one (just placeholders to maintain possession).
See above -- there was no reason to think that the forces left behind at Warchalking needed anything beyond a low-level warlord.
Infidel wrote:Hrm, most interesting thing to me about today's comic has nothing to do with today's comic. Rather, the news at the bottom of the page points to a revision to update 22. Somehow, even though I check this site several times a day, I never saw update 22 or the reaction to update 22. So I never saw the original.
The column was three hexes long. No unit within it had less than eighteen move. No unit within it had lower than six base attack. This was a strike force. It was several strike forces.
His leadership would add three attack to all units on his side, five to those in his hex, and ten to those in his own stack. His mistress would add one to all Decrypted troops on her side, four to those in her hex, and eight to those in her stack.
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