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Version 1.3 discussion thread

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Unofficial Patches' started by jdog5000, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. denev

    denev Chieftain

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    Exactly, I just said so.


    Yes, you can do it after unload the unit you want reloading to another vassal.
    I intend to make exclusive between "Load button" and "Unload button", because I always confound them.
    A pair of "Load" and "Unload" commands confuse me that whether the unit is already loaded onto vassal or not yet.
     
  2. PieceOfMind

    PieceOfMind Drill IV Defender Retired Moderator

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    Ah, I see. That looks like it would work perfectly.

    By the way, I just noticed something odd with a quick test in-game. A unit on board a transport can pillage a fort without unloading, and the transport gets bumped onto the water along with the unit onboard! Not that I can see it realistically being abused or anything, but it gives a ship a free move.
     
  3. LunarMongoose

    LunarMongoose Chieftain

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    Oh boy. ... Why am I not surprised.
     

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