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Kisho Ninjas stealth, bombs, and (relatively) high strength can make them good distractions with their small sizes. Kisho Ninjas are best used to disrupt enemy flanks, assassinate your enemy's generals, remove ranged archers or other ranged forces, or sneak into castles. Option A: You can hide them, use your main force to attack, and then use them to throw ...


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Rank and file refer to the depth and length of a formation. Deeper formations have more staying power - for example, a unit of cavalry might easily charge and emerge on the other side of a line three men deep, while a square formation will leave them stuck in the middle, exposed to a lot of danger. In general, shallow formations are also much more ...


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You can try either of the following methods: Use Cursor Lock to confine the mouse cursor to a selected area on the screen. Press Win + P and choose Projector/Computer only, depending on whether your're playing on your secondary or main screen respectively. This will allow you to quickly switch between single or multiple monitors without unplugging the ...


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A retainer is basically a member of your government/organizational structure. They're not exactly modeled in the game but they're local officials keeping things running smoothly for you on a low level. In this case if you have this vassal killed there is a chance at an event occurring a few turns later where his son leads a rebellion against you in the ...


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Here is what I have discovered about sieges and how to take a castle successfully. I place a high priority in S2 on understanding the exact weaknesses and strengths of each unit type and applying them accordingly. Unlike another poster here, I like using archers in sieges as you need a way of taking the fight to the enemy without getting your troops ...



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