Captain_Orso wrote:I've seen this happen a number of times. How the game can bend its head around that being called a stalemate I have no idea, but crushing a single militia regiment will not give you any NM or your leader a promotion anyway anymore.
It used to be that crushing such small garrisons would often give the attacking leader a shot at a promotion or enhanced defensive/offensive ratings. It was the best way to get your good leaders promoted quickly. This was changed a while back . Okay, it was pretty gamey so I won't lament on it. Maybe the 'stalemate' report is an artifact of this change.
In the end, you've eliminated the enemy garrison and taken Manassas; you'd not have gotten anything else if the game had said that you won the battle, so pat yourself on the back once, enjoy and carry on.
Ethan wrote: When I uploaded this image, I just wanted to show the peculiar detail of the battle report. I didn't mean to sound conceited or presumptuous.
Ethan wrote:Well, I don't agree with you, at all.
I don't think it was gamey. If I have to take Manassas, I will choose the best moment to do it. It would be a suicide try to attack Manassas when Beauregard's Army is located there. Beauregard was in manassas for 3 turns and when he left the city, I took the chance to take it.
My intention was not to obtain benefits for my leader, but take Manassas.
Ah, and I don't need a pat on the back. When I uploaded this image, I just wanted to show the peculiar detail of the battle report. I didn't mean to sound conceited or presumptuous.
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