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    Amanuensis Member pezhetairoi's Avatar
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    Default Battlement and Taxes?

    Just wondering: what is that thing the Roman soldier yells on the campaign map when the enemy besieges one of the Roman cities in the AI turn?

    It always sounds to me as 'battlement and taxes!' but I'm pretty sure that's not it... o.O

    EDIT: 'Battlemen and Texas' also doesn't seem quite there... o.O
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    Default Re: Battlement and Taxes?

    I think he says "we're under siege"

    or "Man the defences" which i think is the one you are on about

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    I believe its, 'Man the defenses!'

    Also, Texan Legionaires are win.
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    That's a looooong way away from what I heard. XD

    Must go invite sieges for my cities. Maybe withdraw my legions from Gaul and Nikaia.


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