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How does battle attrition get allocated?
#1
I just had a battle where my army took 14% damages with 4 different types of units. I had a healing action, then divided the group.

2 types of units had 0% attrition after that sequence, 1 had 5.9% and 1 had 25%. I don't understand that.

Aren't damages allocated equally to each unit, e.g. 14% each, then subtract healing from each?

No units were eliminated in the battle,

Thanks. Stay well everyone, except in battle
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#2
Losses are assigned based on the toughness (loss divider) of each brigade.  In a force with two brigades, one green with a loss divider of 1.0, and another elite with a loss divider of 2.0, two thirds of the losses suffered would be assigned to the green brigade.
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(03-20-2020, 01:11 PM)Ry Vor Wrote: Losses are assigned based on the toughness (loss divider) of each brigade.  In a force with two brigades, one green with a loss divider of 1.0, and another elite with a loss divider of 2.0, two thirds of the losses suffered would be assigned to the green brigade.

Very interesting. Thanks, Rick.
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