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I have an idea. One could add such a parameter as the strength of the troops.
It depends on the level of technological development of the country. One could also add the possibility of creating some kind of new building that will increase the strength of the army.
Because of this parameter, it will be possible to defeat 1000 troops, who have a small force, with the help of 500 units of troops, who will have great strength.
 
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So why didnt america defeat Vietnam, they had advanced technology. I think the current combat system is fine tbh

On 1/19/2019 at 1:37 AM, Armolitskiy said:
I have an idea. One could add such a parameter as the strength of the troops.
It depends on the level of technological development of the country. One could also add the possibility of creating some kind of new building that will increase the strength of the army.
 Because of this parameter, it will be possible to defeat 1000 troops, who have a small force, with the help of 500 units of troops, who will have great strength.
 

 

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9 hours ago, Strangefancypants said:

Guys, it was a rhetorical question i know how the Vietnamese defeated America. I said that as in i dont agree with the suggestion 

But the current combat system is not realistic. I know that the game itself is not realistic, but you can also improve the fighting system ...

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