Tuesday Morning Exercises part 2

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Tuesday Morning Exercises part 2

Post by doomtrader » Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:53 am

Today, a couple of words about Units Roster, called units management screen.

This feature in Time of Fury allows easily view and manage all player's forces, which are land, air and naval, both already placed on map and those still undeployed.
For better understanding what we are talking about, please take a look at the screen below.

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Let me try to explain what you see there.

1. Branch bookmark
Here you can chose what type of units you will be viewing. Those are Land, Air and Navy

2. Types filter
Using this filters, you can choose which type of units will be displayed. If box is marked, then the unit type will be visible at the list. You can select any combination you wish.
Next to the units names you can see two numbers. First one displays number of units in the action (on the map), and second number displays how many units are available to deploy or under construction.

3. Main display
Here are all the units displayed according to the previous choices. If you press on the top bar, you can sort units according to the column you have pressed, both in ascending and descending order.
Name Name of the unit
Strength Strength of the unit
AP Action Points available
Supply Current supply level of unit
Type Type of unit
Lvl Level of unit
U Possibility to upgrade unit into larger type
P Possibility to promote unit into higher level
C Is commander assigned
S Possibility to strategically redeploy unit
R Can be reinforced
A Can perform airborne assault
T Can be loaded onto transport
L Can be loaded onto landing craft

4. Pool type
Here you can select which unit pool to browse, on map or those to be deployed



As the Main Display for Air units and naval units is a little bit different, let me wrote about them too.

Air Units

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Name Name of the unit
Strength Strength of the unit
AP Action Points available
Supply Current supply level of unit
Type Type of unit
Lvl Level of unit
P Possibility to promote unit into higher level
C Is commander assigned
S Possibility to strategically redeploy unit
R Can be reinforced
D Enemy planes can be attacked
A Air strike can be performed
N Nuclear bomb can be dropped
V Unit can be sent to aerial reconnaissance

Naval Units

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Name Name of the unit
Strength Strength of the unit
Type Type of unit
Fleet name Name of the fleet that the ship is assigned to
Sea zone Name of the sea zone that the ships currently located at

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