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  1. UGCW Feedback v1.0+

    Hjalfnar, thanks a lot for the clarification.
  2. UGCW Feedback v1.0+

    Hi guys, one quick question, maybe reading the prior post in this threat might had me somewhat confuse... are the what if battles for Washington and Richmond after Cold Harbor still part of the game right?
  3. Questions about weapons and supplies

    Alucardpg, I have been playing the game for a while and although by no means I am an expert, I am also no a rookie. I will share my two cents worth on your questions. 1. I have seen that weapons do carry over from battle/campaign to the next. The question is for how long. On my first campaign as CSA, I had the option to by 150 Withword Sniper rifles, I didn't and don't remember how long after that, the option disappeared. So, if you can buy a weapon, buy it and it is on your armory for when you need it. 2. I think so; going back to the sniper rifle, In another campaign, I saw them, bought them and use then. I was able to fill a whole Skrimisher unit of 500 with those weapons 3. I disagree in the same that it does make sense capturing the enemy supply wagons, because you can use them during your battle. What I do is, as soon as I start a battle, I place my supply wagon on do not issue mode and save it for when it is needed. As soon as I capture an enemy wagon, I start using their supplies ensuring that my units do not run out of ammo at critical moments.
  4. Lander's Road - Ultimate General: Civil WAAR

    This guide is very well thought and prepared. Are you also planing one for the CSA?
  5. UGCW Feedback v1.0+

    It will auto update
  6. UGCW Feedback v1.0+

    Awesome work Nick.
  7. I only use my cavalry to attack artillery and steal supply
  8. Normally I build my corps this way. The Inf Bde have between 2000 to 2500 men per 1x Division with 4 Inf Bde and 2 Arty 2x Division with 5 Inf Bde and 1 x Arty 1x Division with 4 Inf Bde, 1x Cavalry and 1 x Arty
  9. UGCW Feedback v0.90+

    And once killed, he is no more
  10. Best cannons at the moment?

    I agreed with William1993, on my CS campaign, on the battle for Mayers heigths, my central battery defending the victory point was composed of 14x 24pdr.... at the end of the fight, this unit along had over 2000+ kills..
  11. UGCW Feedback v0.90+

    Does anyone has an idea what the next patch will address? For example the resupply status on the next day of a multiple day battle? Or as some of you point out on the Arty batteries effectiveness when max out?.... just want to get an idea.
  12. South Mountain

    I used the same tactic as Buford, only that I start on the left, and once I have their attention, I start pushing from the right so they must divide their forces... then I cross the small stream with 2 bde and all my arty and usually routed the units in the open field because they do not know which way to go .... and keep a unit in each side continue up into the upper woods so they move into the objective
  13. South Mountain

    On a previous campaign as the Union, I got frustrated as well.... but on the next play through I set a screen of 3 brigades with all my arty behind. Then on the left side of the screen, set up 2 more brigades to pin those CS units in the woods. Then on the right side of the screen, I took the bulk of my units. Set a screen in the woods and run 3 or 4 bdes on the far edge until you pass the woods and are on the road.... detach some scrimishers to scout for CS units. When you have at least 2 units on the road, swing to the left and start pushing towards the victory point. At the same time slowly bring the screen units from the woods on the right side and start going up the hill into the woods. Keep the pressure with your other units... It is a hard battle as the CS is well position on the woods.
  14. Gettysburg and Independence Day

    William thanks for the correction. I am corrected.
  15. Gettysburg and Independence Day

    And to add to your point CSX, today education pretty much point out that the single most important reason for the civil war was the end of slavery. The other issues have become more of a footnote.
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