From: St. Louis, MO, USA
Infantry CSCs (corps sub commanders) may only
assist Infantry/Militia units, Artillery CSCs may only assist artillery/heavy artillery units, Cavalry
CSCs may only assist Cavalry/Mounted units, and naval CSCs may only assist naval combat units.
The number of units that a CSC may assist in combat is equal to the CSCs rank plus one (Colonel
=1, 1 Star General =2, etc.). CSCs use their appropriate specialty skill rating (infantry, cavalry or
artillery) to assist units in committing to battle and fring and defending in battle. There is no limit to
the number of CSCs that may be attached to another leader, however no more than 25 items (units
and/or leaders) may be attached to any leader.
Benefit: They help committing units to battle and firing and defending in battle. Seems like it's better to have a poor CSC over no CSC. Optimal number? Seems like enough CSC's to cover as many units as possible.