While this does increase the hit probability, it doesn't really reflect the synergy of combined arms. It does increase the performance of low-end units when paired with high-end units, but high-end units are not improved by pairing with low-end units. For example, 3 infantry will have their odds of hitting slightly improved when fighting along with 2 tanks, but 5 tanks is still better than 3 tanks and 2 infantry.Dunckelzahn wrote:1) Attacker roll dices
Attacker rolls all his dices, then assigns hits (dices) to his units.
2) Defender roll dices
Defender rolls all his dices, then assigns hits (dices) to his units.
If you have three units (that attacks on 1,2 and 3) it will increase the hit ratio with approximately 40%. This will be a very easy way to implement combined arms into the game, without spending any time on figuring out which bonus you receive.
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