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There are few problem that I want to discuss:- 1. We knew that Darius, Alexander or Romans all were successful because of their superior infantry. But, in 0ad gameplay we can constantly observe that skirmishers and slingers are the determining force rather than infantry. If someone make 30 skirmishers and employs them to kill 30 spearmen or swordsmen then he/she will loss only a few troops whereas the infantry side may lose all of his/her troops. But in reality it won't happens. I think the main problem of ranged unit lies in the idea of unlimited ammunition. A skirmishers can throw j
Have played romans but i fell something laks then remembered something that its really needed, Roman Empire, Roman republic, was caracterised by the jerarchy that his army had. Then I strongly suggest the Centurion to by a unit with radius of comand that adds bonuses like health or attack donno. Also other "supportive" units like standart mens, trumpet met, with radius to enhanced the legions