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Manual Shortcomings - 9/23/2011 8:11:20 PM   
Joe D.

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Most of this game is intuitive, but I've played Great Battles: Rome and had a better grasp of that game than this version.

For example, how do I get my archers to shoot at the enemy while keeping their distance from them? I recall Rome had a "skirmish" mode, but all I see are Passive, Reactive and Aggressive settings.

Am I missing something?

< Message edited by Joe D. -- 9/23/2011 8:14:38 PM >


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