I am playing a game, and I attacked 1 army with 2 armies and I didn't win... It's the 1 v 1 multi-day (auto-game), so I think it's O.6*2 = 1.2 so I should have killed it, right? Or am I missing something?
Here is the game : it happened on turn 12 (from Great Basin to Pacific North-West) and on turn 8 (from Jiangxi to Shangai).
Is there a luck factor? I don't think so because it never happened before and the numbers are always the same in this mode.
Edited 8/15/2017 18:38:10
What happens when attacking 1 army with 2?: 8/15/2017 18:36:57
I doublechecked and it was a 2, not a 3. At the beginning of the turn it was a 3, I attacked with 1 army at first to kill one army and then with 2 (so 2 against 1) and it didn't work. It happened twice exactly the same.
Genghis, don't worry, your posts are special for me :)
What happens when attacking 1 army with 2?: 8/15/2017 19:38:25
It was a 3 in the beginning so when you attack with 1 army (1*0.7=0.7), the neutral drops to 2 armies. You then need to attack with 3 armies to take the 2 neutrals but you attacked with 2 armies, so you didn't take the territory.
What happens when attacking 1 army with 2?: 8/15/2017 19:44:33
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