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gfgdfgd -

curious to why a 4,400 land attack can raid a 700 tribe and kill so many units :S

2011-03-02 21:01:39 A report has been collected, our losses are listed as follows:
Seraphim killed: 1,084,
Paladins killed: 0,
Clerics killed: 121

OrigenX -

was it a viking who attacked???

lepel -

i think raidlosses are calculated on the amount of units that you have.

gfgdfgd -

Pegasus Knights (4/0) 0 310 cr 0
Seraphim (0/9) 36,142 1,400 cr 0
Paladins (7/4) 0 665 cr 0
Clerics (5/1) 5,378 550 cr 0

thats my units.
He was dwarf....

Bolle -

so that's 3% raid losses.

WayHigh -

Raid

Storm into your enemy’s lands, looting crowns, capturing some easy acres, and killing up to 20% of the target citizens. Military losses are slim for the attacker and high for the defender. Attacking smaller tribes results in fewer returns.

Bolle -

don't you think you underlined the wrong part there?

Attacking smaller tribes results in fewer returns.

Anyway, I think it goes from 4% to 3% [;)]

WayHigh -

are you high bolle

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gfgdfgd, 6 hours ago, edited


curious to why a 4,400 land attack can raid a 700 tribe and kill so many units :S

2011-03-02 21:01:39 A report has been collected, our losses are listed as follows:
Seraphim killed: 1,084,
Paladins killed: 0,
Clerics killed: 121

Bolle -

No I wasn't... 1084 was 3%, normal is 4%, hence my conclusion...

Cecil -

in other words, the difference is negligible

Bolle -

the difference is 25% which is pretty high. It's kept at that because killing military must remain a useful strategy [;)]

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