Hello everyone!

Who am I? I am the leader of an alliance in a foreign server.

Why am I posting in this forum? I am posting in EN forum because my questions couldn't be answered in my community.

So, me and the rest of the members of my alliance have decided to make an effort: to calculate every possible scenario in every battle (naval or land) and the possible damage output of every troop combination that comes up. For example, how much damage is dealt by the common tactic that is 3 stacks of fireships and 4 of steam rams?

So after we managed to come into a conclusion about how does the accuracy work and create a mathematical equation that describes it we can predict the number of the ships which are lost every round. Although this equation seems legitimate we have met serious problems when the naval battle (or land) become much more complicated and mortars,rocketships etc joined the battle.

Our main problem seems to be that we can't understand how the damage is distributed in the first line. To be more specific, think of a hypothetical battle which only flamethrowers take action and this naval battle takes place in the biggest possible field so we have 84 flamethrowers at every side. Every stack of flamethrowers which consists of 12 ships hits the one which is in the exact opposite of it or every stack hits firstly the the enemy stack that is in the middle and the rest of the damage is distributed on the rest of the stacks? And if so which stack of ships gets hit after the middle stack is destroyed? Which is the attack sequence of close range ships?

Every help appreciated!

I am sorry for any possible mistakes!

Who am I? I am the leader of an alliance in a foreign server.

Why am I posting in this forum? I am posting in EN forum because my questions couldn't be answered in my community.

So, me and the rest of the members of my alliance have decided to make an effort: to calculate every possible scenario in every battle (naval or land) and the possible damage output of every troop combination that comes up. For example, how much damage is dealt by the common tactic that is 3 stacks of fireships and 4 of steam rams?

So after we managed to come into a conclusion about how does the accuracy work and create a mathematical equation that describes it we can predict the number of the ships which are lost every round. Although this equation seems legitimate we have met serious problems when the naval battle (or land) become much more complicated and mortars,rocketships etc joined the battle.

Our main problem seems to be that we can't understand how the damage is distributed in the first line. To be more specific, think of a hypothetical battle which only flamethrowers take action and this naval battle takes place in the biggest possible field so we have 84 flamethrowers at every side. Every stack of flamethrowers which consists of 12 ships hits the one which is in the exact opposite of it or every stack hits firstly the the enemy stack that is in the middle and the rest of the damage is distributed on the rest of the stacks? And if so which stack of ships gets hit after the middle stack is destroyed? Which is the attack sequence of close range ships?

Every help appreciated!

I am sorry for any possible mistakes!

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