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    Default allied garrison troops?

    hello ppl?

    i would like to know what means allied garrison troops in the embassy

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    If someone in your alliance wants to help you attack some else, your city would be the stagging area, you would feed them but not control them, hope that helps.

    KoFBaron

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    a bit, but can i send them back home? if i want i mean.

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    You should be able to dismiss them in the embassy. And I think Kof is slightly off in that garrisoned troops cannot attack for you, they will only defend, and of course they will come into play only if you open your gates during attack.

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    thank you very much!!!

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    Correct, I forgot about that.

    KoFBaron

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    I find the allied garrison system to be ridiculous. The only thing you can do is reinforce and recall (to the original city). You can't march your army elsewhere or do anything else. This is a huge pain.

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    And prevents being attacked by two peoples gigantic armies at the same time, with less hassle. If you could launch an attack from another persons city that would just get silly.
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    one lord's 'silly' is another lord's significant tactical advantage...
    Long Live the Fighters!

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    So how do I 'garrison' my troops in the city of an alliance member

    What do I need to do, and what do they need to do?

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