TiFlo wrote:Playing the "1759, Annus Mirabilis" scenario, as the French (1.04c + Community Mod).
Expecting Wolfe and his dreaded army to come for the onslaught to Québec, I had Montcalm and 3/4 of the French army dig in on the Beauport shores from the first month of the scenario. The British would not put one single foot on New France's soil.
Alas! Montcalm waited, and waited, and waited again. By December, I had managed to save Canada from the Champlain valley and St Lawrence corridors with the meagre forces I had diverted there. And yet, neither Saunders fleet nor Wolfe's redcoats dared showing up for the entire duration of the campaign... The clash would not happen, to my utter dismay leure:
Curious as I was to find out the reason of such ungallant, and quite disrespectful if I may, behaviour from well bred officers, I loaded up the last turn saved game as the British. And lo and behold, there were Wolfe and his troops, all standing in full dress, their musket shining and their bellies full of Nova Scotian fish, literally camping under the walls of Halifax! With a full fleet and enough transport capacity anchored in the harbour, fishing wales as well.
Anyway... Enough with the rambling apy:
Here are the full scenario saved games.
arsan wrote:How about some AI only events that put that kind of big reinforcements on board near their intended objectives (with some variability would be better i guess)??.
Something like Cornwalis on 1775 campaign, who arrives on board of the ships near Wilmington and Charleston
Ina similar way, the EP option units that the British can buy on 1755 arrive always on Halifax. The player can easily ship them where needed.
But i guess the AI life would be easier if they received on a more central point like New York for example.
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