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    EB Beta Tester & Sex Slave Member Brightblade's Avatar
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    Default Roman Generals in Same Army... both get exp?

    Hi all,

    I'm playing a campaign as Romani (first one since Vanilla, lol) and I have a question... trying to follow the historical composition with a General and a Tribune (another character) in the same army... do both get traits, ancillaries and experience? Or does the second general only get unit experience from battle and no additional benefits?

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    Default Re: Roman Generals in Same Army... both get exp?

    I think some traits and ancilliaries can go to under-generals. I remember generals in armies who fought tooth and nail, and won a tough victory against the odds by getting stuck in with their bodyguards get ancilliaries like 'hero' or traits like 'brave' even if they werent commanding. But I would imagine command relalated traits only go to the commanding general.

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    Default Re: Roman Generals in Same Army... both get exp?

    Traits that are recieved for combat only go to the general commanding the battle.


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    Default Re: Roman Generals in Same Army... both get exp?

    So even if your "tribune" gets reduced down to one man, he won't receive any traits ("scarred", etc)?

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