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IRONIKINIT!!! Are the "to be" army units garrisoned?

Discussion in 'Civ3 - General Discussions' started by WinVictory, Jan 24, 2002.

  1. WinVictory

    WinVictory Chieftain

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    Thanks for your help Ironikinit. But another question if you don't mind (thanks!): you said move the units to the city that the leader is in--- Are those units garrisoned or active on top? What if there are other units in the city? Can there only be 3 units in the city? Thanks again.
     
  2. Ironikinit

    Ironikinit Chieftain

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    No dude, there can be as many units as you want in the city. You just load the active one by pressing L. It's just like boarding a ship, but the unit can't get off of it.

    OK, example.

    You move Napoleon to Paris and press B. Army made. You move an infantry to the city and press L. That infantry is now in the army. You right click on the city and wake up two infantry units that are garrisoned there. The first one becomes active, you press L, it's in the army, same with the second. You now have a full army, ready to guard your artillery or make an assault on a city. It's better for guarding artillery. Swordsman armies are pretty good in the ancient period, tho.
     
  3. WinVictory

    WinVictory Chieftain

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    IRONIKINIT: thanks again --- I owe you 2 cokes now!!!
     

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