Nikel wrote:No idea if it can be used in the game, but after looking at this animation of the battle of Fredericksburg, I thought that it would be a good idea to do a pontoon or wagon-boat unit
Perhaps an alternative graphic for the engineers?
Eugene Carr wrote:Or move the pontonier ability to them instead of marines/sailors
again very nice
After looking at the animated movie I thought that the pontonier ability could be an engineers' one. I do not know a lot of the game as you see
Then yours it is a very good idea I guess that marines and sailors did not manage pontoons?
Nikel wrote:OK Eugene Carr I meant in real history.
I have searched in the Marines of the Civil War Osprey book and the word "pontoon" does not appear
Of course the word "boat" appears several times. But it is talking about when the marines disembark or go ashore using boats, not creating a bridge with them, that looks like an engineer task
Eugene Carr wrote:The Pontoons are great
Nikel wrote:OK, thanks for the explanation EC
Yes updated with the third graphic some time ago, that happens with editing posts instead of posting a new one, that nobody will notice it
Clovis? And what has he done? How is it different of yours?
Eugene Carr wrote:I made a new unit sort of a cross between the engineer and a supply wagon and gave it pontonier ability.
Would probably need some fine tuning by the experts.
Just noticed you added a portrait file it should look even better!
Clovis has got the pontoons into SVF comparing his with mine it looks like my bridging train made it harder to cross the river
Eugene Carr wrote:His helps you cross the river! I had cut the movement rate instead of increasing it.
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