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    Could be your God Member Abokasee's Avatar
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    Default Size of units

    On huge scale in MTW2, the number of units is near 50% less than those of RTW, so is this a hard-coded engine problem, or a simply case of changing some numbers in export_units
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    Default Re: Size of units

    hardcoded, but the max number of men on "normal" size setting was raised from 60 to 75

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    Default Re: Size of units

    Quote Originally Posted by beatoangelico
    hardcoded, but the max number of men on "normal" size setting was raised from 60 to 75
    Ahh, just a historical question would Medieval armies be larger than most EB period armies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abokasee
    Ahh, just a historical question would Medieval armies be larger than most EB period armies?
    medieval armies were much smaller than the ones in EB timeframe

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    Default Re: Size of units

    Quote Originally Posted by beatoangelico
    medieval armies were much smaller than the ones in EB timeframe
    In the squabbles of the warlords and lords of Europe, yes.
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    Default Re: Size of units

    The good news, is Kingdoms use the same number of unit of RTW.

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    Default Re: Size of units

    The bad news is that M2TW's engine is a lot heavier for your computer, so you might have to reduce the number of soldiers to get the game running in a playable manner.

    On the other hand, EB II isn't coming in a while so I have a while to update my comp to run it.
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    When EBII will be finish, we could have another generation of computer, so I'm not worry about this
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    Default Re: Size of units

    So playing with 242 levy phalanx is possible or impossible?

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    Default Re: Size of units

    Unit size limits for Kingdoms, no officers or generals:

    Huge - 250
    Large - 187
    Normal - 125
    Small - 100

    (EDU max value for number of soldiers is 100)
    Last edited by Atilius; 04-23-2008 at 02:05.
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    Default Re: Size of units

    Atilius that was vey good news thank you!
    Last edited by sgsandor; 04-23-2008 at 04:05.

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    250 units is a vety good number!

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