I presume it has something to do with them being a "support" class.
But they don't have any defensive buffs, so they should spread whatever
And for some reason the mouseover text for it mentions the army consisting solely of settler, when it's nowhere close to any enemy unit.
You don't need to backtrack on the step 3, as you can unassign the hero, equip sword and assign them back.
I don.t think that.s possible.
I might be wrong though ...
As soon I moved my armies out the quest triggered finally. Strange, I take what I get.
The first step in the fourth quest in the Cultist questline don't trigger for me.
Convert all villages and destroy the city.
I'm playing the game with my friend and we're in an alliance. However, even though my units are standing right next to his, when he goes into battle
of commerce to your advantage c Binary Interceptor an be invaluable to a small, local business owner. While doing all of this to develop relationships
My neighdor start to close his border with me, and I worry because this strong IA think it have a better army than me. So I decide to attack in first
Ever since the Shifters patch I've noticed that if there's a Cultist player in the game, whether it be an AI or myself, the other AI players are now less