ORIGINAL: Dancing Bear
has it ever happened to you, that one of your not so good allies, loans you his fleet/corps (maybe of some North Africian minor or some stack isolated deep in enemy territory, either of which are about to be annihilated at a political cost to you), that you would rather not have accepted (only bad allies do this).
Could we add a box to the diplomacy phase, that says "allow allies to loan corps" to prevent this type of abuse (similar the allow access options). The default would automatically be "yes, allow this ally to loan me his corps", but it could be shut off at the option of the player.
This would fix a small thing open to abuse by some players. Rigth now, you can't do anything about it, except break the alliance, which costs you political points (plus those for annihiliated stack).
If those "lend units" are solo.
It sounds like a bug, if you gain loose pp, i know i reported this long ago(around patch 1.03), so thought it solved now.
You should only gain/loss if you have own forces in the battle, just like in EIA.
I think, ff this is bugged, the host should adjust such gains/losses.
Remember the lend "unit" is only to act as "combined movement"/"Ally paying supply".
< Message edited by bresh -- 5/11/2009 9:50:55 AM >