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    you haven't factored in that the first round the archers shoot into all the enemy units so some warriors die, some horses die but some will survive and so will reach you...

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    That's not how battle mechanics work, as we know it. Not that we know much but data up to now points to archers attacking one unit type per round, and will always target enemy archers then the closest unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darwin View Post
    Let's see what happened.

    Round 1,
    ~1200 distance
    553 Archers shoot for 120 damage each.
    80 Cavalry advance to 200 distance,
    748 Warriors advance to 1000 distance,
    (553*120)/500 life
    66360 damage/500 life = ~130 cavalry casualties
    All Cavalry dead.

    Round 2
    553 Archers shoot for 66360 damage
    748 Warriors advance to 800 distance,
    66360/200 life = ~330 warrior casualties

    Round 3
    553 Archers shoot for 66360 damage
    418 Warriors advance to 600 distance,
    66360/200 life = ~330 warrior casualties

    Round 4
    553 Archers shoot for 66360 damage
    ~80 Warriors advance to 400 distance,
    66360/200 life = ~330 Warrior casualties
    All warriors dead.

    There are still unknown variables such as hero attack, hero intelligence, the effect of defense in a battle, whether or not archers advance or stay in place, and technology levels, however no matter how I look at it, there seems to be no chance for the opponent to win, your simply winning by too much of a landslide.
    What about defense, if you factor that in it should do waaayyy....... less dmg

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    There is a thesis on how defense works, but there is no real proof and so defense was not factored in. We know for sure that defense is not a fixed number reduction. My personal opinion is that the total attack of a stack of troops is compared to the total defense of a stack of troops and a ratio is derived, however it may also be simply a percentage reduction. Honestly nobody has any idea yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenrax View Post
    Trust me, it makes sense. Theres a thread about it that Darwin made, I'll go look for a link.
    where is this thread? I've been looking for it but can't find it.

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