Baris wrote:Well illustrated Narwal
We have to get an agreement about Prussian side not assaulting directly Pirna camp as it would give many experience to Prussian generals and can give severe NM losses to Aus side. In the end it would higly unbalance the conflict.
Before ROP got legacy patched it would be much better to somehow balance or remove the Pirna camp event. If event can not be removed maybe number of men in the Saxon stack in Pirna garison can be lowered to reduce severe penalties Aus side gets when directly assaulted.
Though its my fault to blow my own fort and 25000 men vanish in the air.
Or maybe, just lower the NM for killing Saxon elements to 0
Narwhal wrote:I still believe the Pirna event needs some correction.
Room wrote:It depends how stricly you want the saxon war to be close to the historical one.
The main problem is that Prussia can easily exploit the event and get 'le beurre, l'argent du beurre et la cremiere'.
I think it would be better if the saxon army wasn't locked and the event removed in the case it's too complicated to rework the event.
IMO there is 3 major points to correct:
1) Prussia can let as little as one element sieging Pirma and enjoy the Saxon capitulation while attacking Austria.
2) Assault on Pirma are quite game killer too.
3) Pirma garnison can surrender and Prussia get both the prisonners etc... and the capitulation advantages.
Solution to 1) might be to have a portion of prussian army locked around Pirma till the Saxon capitulate. The inconvenient is that the prussian player cannot anynore ignore the saxon army which I think he should be able to do but with the trade off of having the saxon behind him and not vanished.
Solution to 2) might be to give the saxon generals better defensive attributes to make the prussian manpower cost more important. Make an event that compensate for Austrian nationale morale loses. I found this would be not enough since Prussia will still get supply chariot and guns and experience but I cannot think of anything else.
3) Might be corrected by making Pirma never surrending but in case of the saxon capitulation.
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