Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress.

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Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress.

Post by duirixuanyan » Fri Aug 16, 2019 8:14 am

Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress. How does it work?

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Re: Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress.

Post by loki100 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 10:52 am

the in-game tool-tip gives a lot of information, but basically it allows you to shift units off map to the east (you get benefits for this) or back to the on-map west as needed

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Re: Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress.

Post by duirixuanyan » Fri Aug 16, 2019 10:58 am

loki100 wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 10:52 am
the in-game tool-tip gives a lot of information, but basically it allows you to shift units off map to the east (you get benefits for this) or back to the on-map west as needed
I understand. Is it worthy?

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Re: Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress.

Post by loki100 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 2:11 pm

yes, it gives the faction a lot of flexibility that is otherwise lacking (since to expand purely on the map means war with the Seleucids)

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Re: Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress.

Post by Pocus » Fri Aug 16, 2019 5:22 pm

You can achieve two things with the fortress. One is to get extra "free unit upkeep" because you conquer (this is abstracted) cities in the east. The second is that you can send units (so you lose them) but then when you are at war you can get equivalent units. So basically you can at peace put in "storage" units, and then you can pull them when at war.
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Re: Maurya has one unique structure: the Abu Parvat Fortress.

Post by duirixuanyan » Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:16 am

Pocus wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 5:22 pm
You can achieve two things with the fortress. One is to get extra "free unit upkeep" because you conquer (this is abstracted) cities in the east. The second is that you can send units (so you lose them) but then when you are at war you can get equivalent units. So basically you can at peace put in "storage" units, and then you can pull them when at war.
Thank you for answering.

2 more questions:

1.How many free unit upkeep can I get at most? Is there a limit?

2."when you are at war you can get equivalent units"
So I don't get the same units I send away, right?
Does "equivalent" mean that the units' force I get is equal to that of "storage" units?
So if I send away 148 force, do I get 148 force back in total?

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