Hi all, Ok, I'm sure this was covered many years ago when Civ3 first came out, or am I the only one that finds the stats for the Immortal totally unrealistic? The Immortals got their name because no matter how many of them you killed, they kept coming. It was their sheer numbers, not their strength that worried the Persian neighbors. At the same time, Roman Legions were the ancient era heavyweights. While effective at waging campaigns, they had a hard time protecting the frontier. If you read the Civolopedia, even it makes some comment about how the Legions are better offensively than defensively. Immortals at 4/2/1 and Legions at 3/3/1 just don't seem realistic. I always tweak the stats in my game. Legions are 4/2/1 while Immortals are 3/1/1 cost 20. They're cheap to reflect the mass producability of them but they're also a bit weaker. This makes them basically a super archer with an iron requirement. While it changes your strategy with each civ, it seems to not hurt gameplay. Anyone with me on this one?