From: Uppsala, Sweden
Allr ight, thank you for that. I'm not yet sure what everything you wrote means; I checked the units last night and there was no army unit in the pool. But I'll have another go at it later tonight when I have my gaming computer on. If I can't make it work, I'll shout again.
It's good that one doesn't have to learn a completely new game each time one buy an AGEOD title. I bought and tried Civil War II when it was out, but gave it up for complexity and lack of learning time. Then I bought TYW and found it easier to grasp (maybe because I hade already studied CW II to an extent). When going back to CV II now, it came rather easily. But there's one major problem here -- the manual. Since the text is often the same as in the manual in the game you bought before, not seldom down to the same sentences and even whole paragraphs, it is very difficult to find new pieces of information among the info already known. And reading all the old stuff again and again is extremely frustrating for the mind. Therefore, one only make short searches these days. That's why many issues like the one above goes missing.
Oh, yes -- just to make that clear -- the game is marvellous.
< Message edited by Uxbridge -- 12/9/2015 5:11:06 PM >