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    A logistics unit that can be added to an army.

    You're deep in enemy territory, out of supplies but have all those prisoners you've captured?

    So, Mystery Meat Makers! to the rescue.

    Your troops get fed and you have fewer prisoners to feed and guard.

    Win win.

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    So, battles getting boring and predictable for yeh?

    Ok then...

    Just after you click to accept battle, and are getting ready to advance toward the enemy, strange lights and "ships of the air" are seen overhead.

    And suddenly, The Lost Army of Cambyses II appears, all 50k of them, on the flank of both your and your enemy's army!!!

    So, now you have to make a choice, fight both your original enemy *and* The Lost Army simultaneously, or join with your former foe and fight for survival against the Persian Hoard Returned From Outer Space!

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    A bolt thrower, magazine fed and fast cocked by an Archimedes steam pump mechanism.

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    New Unit:

    Great Bells of Fire

    Here's how it works. Bronze bells, one meter across and two meters deep. The bells are on a carriage or wagon. One bell per wagon or carriage. The bell mount holds the bell inverted, the open side of the bell pointing up.

    The bell is loaded with a mix of naptha and Gallic soap to a jelly consistency. Cap with thin plywood cap with felt lining to make snug but easily removed.

    The bottom (closed end) of the bell has two small holes through which copper wires have been inserted and the holes plugged up, closed. Inside the bell, the wires meet at a heating element. Outside the bell, the wires go to a Babylon Battery setup.

    To fire the weapon, tilt toward enemy, keeping the open end at least 45 degrees "up". Throw the connection switch from the Babylon Battery to the heating element and then FOOM!

    Great gobs of flaming, sticky, fire jelly rain down on the advancing enemy.

    It don't have to be Greek Fire to burn your shiznit up.

    Available to whomever owns the ... trans alpine gaul? (area north of latin Rome but south of the Alps) *and* has metal producing mines *and* has foundries/metal working infrastructure already developed.

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    This game doesn't shame you enough for playing it. What it needs is an entire troop of middle-aged British nannies who wag their fingers and nag enemy soldiers to death, then wag their fingers at the screen towards you, the player, upbraiding you for spending time playing video games instead of studying or practicing the violin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roma_Victrix View Post
    This game doesn't shame you enough for playing it. What it needs is an entire troop of middle-aged British nannies who wag their fingers and nag enemy soldiers to death, then wag their fingers at the screen towards you, the player, upbraiding you for spending time playing video games instead of studying or practicing the violin.
    That could be arranged. Replace the two-hour notification scroll with a cinematic of what you just described

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