Now we're on the move. I have moved an army of Grenzer units up from the border with the Ottomans, and redistributed my armies after assigning my generals. I have also dispatched Metternich to Prussia to maintain the support of F. Wilhelm, and for kicks I've sent Marie-Louise to Hesse to charm them up (the names of diplomats do not strictly represent the actual diplomats working in the field, but rather they represent the influential members of the court pulling the strings behind the scenes).
You can see a stray unassigned infantryman divison in Baden.
A note about the shading: the dark shading on the edges is fog of war. The stripes represent protectorate status. However, "protectorate" should not always be taken to mean a legally dependent relationship. We use protectorate striping to represent actual protectorates, but we also use it to grant a player nation control over the units and armies of an independent country (who otherwise would be acting independently). At the beginning of the War of the Third Coalition, the southern German princes were allied with Napoleon, hence we have given them the protectorate striping, even though the Confederation of the Rhine had not yet been formed. So, think of "protectorate" as meaning "political protectorate" as well as "allied independed country for the scenario"
You can also see that I have built a depot in Carniola. I will need this to feed my armies, since they exceed the Forage value for their respective provinces (you can see the Forage value for the province of Prague in the control bar at the bottom of the screen. You can also see the province of Prague highlighted in green.)
< Message edited by Mr. Z -- 6/4/2005 12:43:24 AM >