Durk wrote:I realize my reply was kind of disjointed, but yes, infantry divisions and cavalry divisions need some artillery units, not many, but some.
I do build a Union artillery division for the Army of the Potomac with an artillery capably leaders. You can do the same with the South if you can gather enough units for a specialist artillery division with an artillery leader.
Yes, ordinary infantry divisions must have artillery and a cavalry unit.
Blood and Thunder Brigade wrote:What is the maximum possible manpower within a division, and how is that achieved?
Citizen X wrote:Durk wrote:I
IIRC the artillery leader bonus is given to the entire stack.
As well as boni from cavalry leader, bridges and marines.
I always try to put one light infantry in every division.
Gray Fox wrote:I assume you mean Confederate Divisions. As I see it, by October 1861 the following units are available to be produced:
13 Divisions with a brigade of 3 line infantry, 1 conscript and one 6 pounder, a brigade of 2 line infantry and 1 sharpshooter, and 3 brigades of 1 line, 1 conscript and 1 cavalry (17 elements).
4 Divisions with 1 Marine, 1 Sharpshooter, a brigade of 2 line, 2 conscript, one 6 pounder and 1 cavalry, and a brigade of 6 line, one 6 pounder, one 12 pounder and 1 cavalry (17 elements).
2 Divisions with 1 line. 1 sharpshooter, a brigade of 2 line, 2 conscript, one 6 pounder and 1 cavalry, and a brigade of 6 line, one 6 pounder, one 12 pounder and 1 cavalry (17 elements).
Gray Fox wrote:Yes, more than one Sharpshooter in a Division is a waste of a special ability. A great many combinations are possible. Militia upgrade quicker if you stack them with a HQ unit, so this also adds some possibilities.
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