I'm doing two wars at the same time. Battlefields are far one from the other.
I was asking me if there is a malus or a consequence to switch a general from an army stack to an other (that is really far) many time in a short laps of time ?
I've read on the net (on an unofficial source) that the general will fight as usual, but will be likely to die sooner than expected. Is it right? In this case, I might choose to buy an other general instead of exhausting a really good one.
EDIT : I know right there is a risk each time he's fighting to die during the battle. But otherwise, is there other factors that can make him die younger than expected.