OK, I hope this is not a bug, but if it is how the programmers intended it to work, I am confused about their design.
Dateline Cairo, IL. (CPI) December 1861.
One month ago, a Confederate army under the command of R.E. Lee (Historical values) besieged the Federal garrison here.
Over twenty thousand of the South’s finest soldiers aggressively stormed the breastworks protecting the city from capture.
They were unsuccessful in the first week of combat. The Union soldiers fought back with suicidal courage and skill. Of the
352 soldiers operating the defense, all but one died staving off the assault (cue footage of ‘Beau Geste’ fort defense scene).
Undaunted, the Rebels again stormed the city walls in the following week.
But a miracle happened, at least for the North. This one unnamed defender again held off the attack. No casualties on either
side. This went on for another two weeks. As of this writing, no one has died, and the city still waves the Stars and Stripes.
We do now know the name of this super warrior at least. Abraham Lincoln, Scourge of the Confederacy.
While I can see only one defender remaining after an aggressive siege turn, I have a hard time accepting that one guy doing
it for three weeks running, especially when he is outnumbered 20,000 to one.