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Scaith said:You should check the modifiers during (or better before) an attack. If your tanks are out of supply they are easy to kill. Don't cross rivers to attack and don't use them in mountains or swamps. Organization should be checked too.
It is a bit more complicated than you are perhaps used to by Civilization etc.
jdrou said:0 Hard Attack should mean no damage at all though regardless of modifiers since it represents the number of attacks that will be made unless there is some minimum of 1 attack for a stack. Could it have been an air attack you didn't notice or attrition from having too many units for the infrastructure?
Long Lance said:Are you fighting in a coastal province? Perhaps you are shorebombarded.
IIRC, the shore bombardment icon only shows up if Battleships are present, although CAs and even DD(?) also have shore bmbardment values.
The logistical distance penalty for Italy and Australia in Venice would be massively different. Australia can only draw from the nearest Allied OWNED province. You should try to capture info about a battle with a saved game when the battle goes against you or with an F11 screenshot that shows the combat modifiers.[/QUOTE said:Look above supplied from Sofia wich i owned i qunquered it myself.Also i looked at it hard atk and it was zero it wasn't storm