Boating is the act of loading units into a unit carrying boat (Galley, Galleon, Transport) in order to send them to the opponent. While this may sound mundane, it actually involves many different aspects which combined together significantly influence the game of the player attempting to attack via sea.
Aspects of Boating
Boat Types and Technology Requirements
There are three kinds of boats (and the Portuguese Carrack) that can carry military units.
Updated September 8, 2010 at 09:39 by jobe
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The General Idea
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