Pocus wrote:He should gain the Over Cautious trait in addition to a 1 in strat rating. This is so that we are sure that the Union are really lethargic until revoked from command.
I suggest replacing Slow Mover by Over Cautious. When you are not activated you move at -35%, so it is somehow taken into account.
Pocus wrote:I suggest replacing Slow Mover by Over Cautious. When you are not activated you move at -35%, so it is somehow taken into account.
mcclellan's pol value is 100.... which i understand. but what must happen to make it palatable for the player to remove him?
also, saw a request for nicknames- Little Mac, the Young Napoleon
"Whom do you consider the ablest General on the Federal side?"
"McClellan, by all odds. I think he is the only man on the Federal side who could have organized the army as it was. Grant had, of course, more successes in the field in the latter part of the war, but Grant only came in to reap the benefits of McClellan's previous efforts. At the same time, I do not wish to disparage General Grant, for he has many abilities, but if Grant had commanded during the first years of the war, we would have gained our independence. Grant's policy of attacking would have been a blessing to us, for we lost more by inaction than we would have lost in battle. After the first Manassas the army took a sort of 'dry rot', and we lost more men by camp diseases than we would have by fighting."
jimwinsor wrote:IMO, the current Overcautious trait should either be radically redesigned, or just simply eliminated.
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