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Vimes
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Recruits

Post by Vimes on Mon Jun 16, 2008 1:42 pm

The turn sheet shows de number of available recruits and under it shows de number of farmers, administrators and men of Munster
My questions are:
-What does the does the number of farmers, administrators and men of Munster means? Is it the number of available persons of that profession without a job or the number of “active” farmers etc.?
-What are men of Munster? Shocked This is kind of driving me crazy Razz tried to search the internet to no avail. (Sorry in advance if this is a stupid question but totally lost here)
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Re: Recruits

Post by Kingmaker on Mon Jun 16, 2008 3:45 pm

well first men of Munster depends on what nation you are playing , it may mean recruits from Munster in Germany or in Ireland!

Farmers would mean trained recruits who are trained as farmers! etc etc!


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Re: Recruits

Post by Moshe on Sun Aug 17, 2008 2:32 pm

Greetings,

The recruits for the Kalmar Union's Marinkåren (Marine Corps), come from a multitude of counties (including Siam)! I simply took the actual, historical recruiting poster for the American Continental Marines
(American Revolution), reworded it, and shipped it to Richard! The next turn it was published in the Mercure. And, the recruits rolled in!

I enlisted roughnecks, thieves, cattle & sheep rustlers, highwaymen, poachers, orphans, broken men, burglars, men with no place to call home!
And, of course, there are quite a few normsl people!

Cheers
Moshe

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Re: Recruits

Post by baggins on Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:23 pm

As a new pllayer I'm also confused by my recruits figures.

On my treasury sheet I have a figure for Surpuls recruits then under that i have

x, 000 noble officers
x, 000 physicians
x, 000 magistrates

for nobles, magistrates and physicians, does this number signal the surplus number of available to be put to use but currently idle or does it signal the number of trained magistrates (for example) I have who are already doing their jobs as magisrates?

can anyone give guidance?
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Re: Recruits

Post by Kingmaker on Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:18 pm

this means they are trained in that area,

the officers would form a general staff corp
Physicans for a medical purpose
the magistrates for having a judical system

Looks the previous player was trying to sort some thing out

these are all available for deployment and awaiting allocation by you


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