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  • Aristos
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    Also, take into account that the combat system in Six is based on differential CS, so a +10 and a +17 is a huge bonus regardless of the base CS of the single unit.

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  • LDiCesare
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    Armies and corps also cost upkeep the same as a regular unit.
    So instead of 2 units, you have one unit with strength +10 and half the upkeep.

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  • N35t0r
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    When you've unlocked corps or armies, a drop-down arrow shows in the production screen next to military units that lets you choose.

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  • larsenex
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    Originally posted by Proteus_MST View Post
    Corps = Attack Power + 10
    Army = Attack Power + 17
    (all in relation to a single dude)

    No other changes.
    Also, according to informations given in Civ Fanatics it seems like the upkeep of the corps and army are just the upkeep for a single unit (and not twice/triple that)
    So, the only drawback of corps/armies compared to single units are the production times.

    On a sidenote:
    If you have a military academy in a city, you can produce corps/armies there from the ground off, at reduced production costs (corps = 1.5 times single unit, army = 2 times single unit)
    I was not aware of this. I know I can produce units from my encampment but have not seen anything that says I can cue up an entire army or corp of a particular unit. Where is this at?

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  • N35t0r
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    This allows more combat power concentration.

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  • Proteus_MST
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    Corps = Attack Power + 10
    Army = Attack Power + 17
    (all in relation to a single dude)

    No other changes.
    Also, according to informations given in Civ Fanatics it seems like the upkeep of the corps and army are just the upkeep for a single unit (and not twice/triple that)
    So, the only drawback of corps/armies compared to single units are the production times.

    On a sidenote:
    If you have a military academy in a city, you can produce corps/armies there from the ground off, at reduced production costs (corps = 1.5 times single unit, army = 2 times single unit)

    Leave a comment:


  • mkorin
    started a topic Army vs corps vs dude

    Army vs corps vs dude

    I've been rolling my troops into corps and armies as allowed. What does this mean in game terms. Also. The civilpedia sucks. I don't care for a dictionary history lesson on professional atmies I want to know what it means in game terms.

    Mike
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