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Siege and 320/330
#1
If a city is under siege and it changes control because there was another emmy in the city will that in any way disrupt the siege?

I assume it would not but figured I should ask because my assumptions have been wrong about several orders lately.

Example-

Turn 2
1DW starts siege on Hammerhold 
 RD Duke rebels Hammerhold

Turn 3 RD duke Usurps Hammerhold, 1DW siege continues

Turn 4 1DW  captures Hammerhold?
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#2
Siege is independent of who owns the pc. Ownership may change repeatedly during the siege but it won't affect the siege itself. Think of it as if an impending army initiated a siege against a town whose cowardly rulers hid under their tables that caused a more prominent regent to take over, that internal political turmoil occurring within the walls does nothing about the siege that is ongoing outside the perimeter.
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(05-15-2015, 01:45 PM)unclemike Wrote: Siege is independent of who owns the pc. Ownership may change repeatedly during the siege but it won't affect the siege itself. Think of it as if an impending army initiated a siege against a town whose cowardly rulers hid under their tables that caused a more prominent regent to take over, that internal political turmoil occurring within the walls does nothing about the siege that is ongoing outside the perimeter.

Thank You!
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