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Topic Subject: The 1st Cohort
posted 03 February 2005 06:43 EDT (US)   
Welcome all,

I was wondering on wether I should recruit 1st Cohort legionaries. I want to know is it better to recriut
1st Cohort legionaries in huge Denarlii games multiplayer
games then just recriuting oridnary legionary Cohort
units in. (I'am talking about Legionary Eagel Cohorts
if u wanted to know.)

Also what sort of a tactical guide do u
believe I should make for the site.
All opinions are open,

posted 03 February 2005 07:40 EDT (US)     1 / 11  
They are good, they hold the lines for much longer than other cohorts, even more with the general near and stats up. I say yes, but not with low money like 10000, get preatorians.

I think we need more Roman guides, there arnt very much around and Romans are popular.

posted 03 February 2005 07:45 EDT (US)     2 / 11  
A Legionary First Cohort has 60 men instead of 40 (normal unit scale) and increases the morale of all your troops. I read that the morale bonus is not cumulative. Also, if you lose the unit, you not only lose the moral bonus but also get a morale penalty. Apart from that it's just like the regular Legionary cohort.

So yeah, geting them would proboably be a good idea. I asume that if you have multiple 1st Cohorts and one of them gets killed, the others still give you a morale bonus and that cancels out the morale penalty. It's still just a theory and hasn't been proved though.

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posted 03 February 2005 07:47 EDT (US)     3 / 11  
1st Cohort > Urban
posted 03 February 2005 07:52 EDT (US)     4 / 11  
Urbans are better?
posted 03 February 2005 08:01 EDT (US)     5 / 11  
Thanks for the sugestions so far,
Also could u please say what guides
u want to be made for this site.


posted 03 February 2005 08:08 EDT (US)     6 / 11  


Urbans are better?

You mean you don't know what the > sign means?
posted 03 February 2005 12:08 EDT (US)     7 / 11  
Firefox: its not actually asking a question it is an exclamation


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posted 05 February 2005 12:46 EDT (US)     8 / 11  
doesn't > mean that they are better?

so 1st Cohort > Urban means 1st Cohort is better than Urban...

i just like the 1st Cohort because of the high numbers

posted 05 February 2005 18:28 EDT (US)     9 / 11  
Oh boy.......whatever you put by the larger, open end of the < stand for greater than. 1st Cohort > Urban would make them superior to the Urbans.
posted 05 February 2005 18:29 EDT (US)     10 / 11  
Somebody failed math class.

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posted 05 February 2005 21:10 EDT (US)     11 / 11  
Yep, the > sign means "greater than" in mathematical terms.

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