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Thread: How To Commit To Siege Battles?

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    Default How To Commit To Siege Battles?

    Say I don't want to wait for a garrison to be starved out to gain control of a province, how would I go forth and act in one of those epic siege battles I've heard so much about?

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    Default Re: How To Commit To Siege Battles?

    pick up stack + drop onto enemy castle stack.
    Enjoy

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    Default Re: How To Commit To Siege Battles?

    Quote Originally Posted by Magefsx View Post
    pick up stack + drop onto enemy castle stack.
    Enjoy
    But it always says "Do you want to end the Siege?" and I'm afraid that means I'm not actually going to fight. God I swore I tried this before, thanks for the help!

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