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My Abbasid Caliph just got his ass handed to him by a 100k decadence revolt army.

One thing I noticed, aside from the fact that the revolt started on the opposite side of the map, so by the time my armies got there the enemy had a warscore of 92, was that the invading army took exactly zero attrition.

100k soldiers in a province with a 25k limit? No problem!

Meanwhile, my own armies, in my own lands, could barely get 30k through before dying like flies.

This can't possibly be correct?
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