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Siege artillery - 8/7/2007 1:19:52 PM   
hjaco

 

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Using siege artillery against a fortress has a 33 % chance of destroying it completely or otherwise reducing it by one level.

Does it matter using 2 artillery guns against say Verdun ? As far as i have observed the answer would be no.
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RE: Siege artillery - 8/7/2007 6:33:41 PM   
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More guns does not equal more barrages - just a larger single barrage. In other words, the hex is only attacked once but with more guns.
That's my observation.

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RE: Siege artillery - 8/8/2007 12:21:36 AM   
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Yes the hex is attacked only once, but AFAIK the effects of siege artillery on trenches/fortifications aer calculated seperately and for each firing unit - so 2 units would each have a 33% chance of destroying the fort - or about 55% total, and will destroy a minimum of 2 levels.

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RE: Siege artillery - 8/8/2007 6:02:36 AM   
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Yes, the siege artillery type effects are not totalled, they attack separately.

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