The weird thing is not only that this assault of Massalia was counted as a loss - it continued the day after, so it's not like the Caesarian army was routed or retreated - but also, I lost FIVE national morale from this battle - without losing a single element!
I made this topic not only because of this single battle, but I think that in general there are a lot of battles where the victory/loss determination is ambiguous.
Is there a clear explanation for when a battle is counted as victory, when as stalemate, when as loss?
(Also by the way, Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus - what a name! - seems to have an 8 strategic rating? Never saw that before)
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