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Author Topic: Red or Black lines?  (Read 2317 times)
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« on: 2 January 2009, 15:56:24 »
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Always wondered how the AI decided when to give you a red or black command line.

What I seem to notice is:

the distance
the command points of the platoon leader
the terrain they're in

do the experience level of platoon leader and squad have influence?

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« Reply #1 on: 2 January 2009, 18:10:44 »
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The command range of a HQ unit depends on its experience, its COMMAND leadership ability, and whether there is a line of sight between the HQ unit and its subordinate unit.

CMBO Manual, Command & Control, page 90.
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« Reply #2 on: 2 January 2009, 22:17:17 »
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what I've noticed is the difference in scattered trees and woods...
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« Reply #3 on: 2 January 2009, 22:35:36 »
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Also, in the case of vehicles, whether or not a radio is installed.  If so, then obviously, LOS is immaterial.
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