On 2003-03-31 09:21, Balthagor wrote:
The â€œcostsâ€ of war are, not surprisingly, very complex.
Understatement of the year. I've always wondered why most games made war relatively cheap.
If you're playing in a relatively large region, prepositioned stockpiles are definitely the way to go. People are a LOT easier to move around than heavy equipment. It makes the transition to war a little slower, but on the other hand, you can definitely scare your enemy if suddenly a few units pop out of nowhere.
Speaking of prepositioned supplies, is there a way to camoflauge it, so that units that don't take time to look at the area won't notice it? It would be pretty nifty to sneak some reserves behind enemy lines, and crank out the RPG's and mortars...