Improvement attack planner option
Proposal: when you select the cities for the attack I propose to put a small button that automatically select all cities (with all the troops) at a certain time
Reason: The planner is very useful to check and verify what time you have to send a specific attack and who has many cities it becomes very useful to avoid having to write on a sheet of paper all the departure times of the various attacks.
The only negative thing is that program more than 80/90 attacks it takes about an hour or more, having to select each attack the troops and the arrival time ....
Details: I propose to put a small button that automatically select all cities (with all the troops) at a certain time
When I have all the cities included in the table, I will delete only the ones I do not need to attack or arriving outside the time set by me. After I'd do the same thing with reinforcements
Visual Aids: N/A
Balance: My proposal would make it more immediate and simple to use
Abuse Prevention: nothing
Summary: an idea to make the attack planner more functional...yet nothing changes between the planner and use a piece of paper with a pen
For this to work, you would need to be viewing every city at once, bit of a flaw with the proposal, don't you think?
Last edited by -Hell Raiser-; 05.08.12 at 15:11.
I meant when you actually want to plan your attacks, you have to be viewing the city with the units inside before you can send them off. To be able to send all of them at once would require viewing every city at once, that is why this isn't likely to work.
I just want to plan attacks at once not send them off
Umm... okay? This isn't very clear, neither is your idea to begin with.
Originally Posted by -Hell Raiser-
You can 'plan times' to send attacks using the 'Attack Planner', but you have to send each attack individually. The only viable way you could get to send everything at once as a new idea is if it wasn't timed, basically it all launces at once regardless of distance or arrival times; otherwise this would defeat the point of planning attacks.