Unit Power Relations

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This article compares the power relations between unit types.

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General

The table is to be read by rows. For example, in row 1 a trooper utilizes 100% of his power against another trooper and only 75% against a tank. Respectively, in row 2, a tank utilizes 150% of his power against a trooper.

Trooper Tank Bomber
Trooper 100% 75% 150%
Tank 150% 100% 75%
Bomber 75% 150% 100%

In Plains

Relative powers are calculated by multiplying a unit's absolute power in plains by its relative power versus a specific unit of another type. For example, a tank's power of 2 multiplied by 1,5 against a trooper results in a power of 3 against that trooper.

Power Trooper Tank Bomber
Trooper 1 1 0,75 1,5
Tank 2 3 2 1,5
Bomber 3 2,25 4,5 3

Summary

  • 1 bomber = 3 tanks
  • 1 bomber = 1,5 troopers
  • 1 tank = 4 troopers

In Mountains

Relative powers are calculated by multiplying a unit's absolute power in mountains by its relative power versus a specific unit of another type. For example, a bomber's power of 3 multiplied by 0,75 against a trooper results in a power of 2,25 against that trooper.

Power Trooper Tank Bomber
Trooper 1,5 1,5 1,125 2,25
Tank 1,5 2,25 1,5 1,125
Bomber 3 2,25 4,5 3

Summary

  • 1 bomber = 4 tanks
  • 1 bomber = 1 trooper
  • 1 tank = 2 troopers

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