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SonOfSam
29th July 2008, 04:42 AM
Has anyone noticed that commanders with officers dont get as much gold as in AGE 9?

Can anyone help me with the percentages/amount that a commander gets based on the soldiers his officers have?

R3venge
29th July 2008, 05:05 AM
Commanders get no gold for having officers. The advantage of having officers is the commander gets 1/2 of the men the officer recives from clicking, this in turn makes the commander have more men, more tbg and therefore as you put it more "gold." The reason commanders don't have as much income this age compared to last is because the clicking system is messed up this age, so the click back (the rate morale turns in to actual men) is slower for them and there officers, so they recive less gold over all.

SonOfSam
29th July 2008, 05:48 AM
Oh.. awesome, thanks mate... and good luck this age!

s33ujimmy
29th July 2008, 06:59 PM
the tbg has actually been INCREASED this age to 36 gold per soldier per turn (used to be 28) irrispective of whether you're a commander or officer. coverts get 12 gold per turn. this applies to all races except for humans who get a 25% Income Bonus.

Paradiso
1st August 2008, 05:28 AM
and dwarves with their 10% increase