- Apr 19, 2004
Better leader management! Like in HoI and Vicky. Managing leaders in EU2 was a pain.
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BiB said:Well, check the interview Johan gave, he specifically mentions the Victoria leader system ...
Yes, that's true. For example Bohemia has only few leaders in Eu2 placed in later dates, so at the beginning they has nothing. Only Žižka is saving the situation.5678 said:The question is if that it is the leadership points system, or the leader pool (where you can view unassigned leaders). I like how in EU2 leaders are rare, as it allows one to easily modify the power balance (IE, just give nation A a few more leaders and bam! they become a lot more powerful).
KaRei said:Yes, that's true. For example Bohemia has only few leaders in Eu2 placed in later dates, so at the beginning they has nothing. Only Žižka is saving the situation.
And as many peoples said before in other places, beating him is bordering with a wonder (or god's bless).
All armies do have leaders, some are just better than others.5678 said:For Vicky. In EU2 (and presumably EU3) the military side of things is much more important, and if all armies had leaders, it would seriously distort things.