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Garrison units can be promoted to field units, such as what [[Parson]] did to himself, in [[LIAB 42]].
 
Garrison units can be promoted to field units, such as what [[Parson]] did to himself, in [[LIAB 42]].
  
[[Promoting]] Garrison units to Field Units costs [[Shmuckers]], such as when [[Queen Bea]] emptied [[Unaroyal]]'s [[treasury]] promoting her entire Garrison to Field Units before disbanding herself, to deny [[Gobwin Knob]] the benefits of [[decrypted|decrypting]] her Units, or claiming her Treasury
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[[Promotion|Promoting]] Garrison units to Field Units costs [[Shmuckers]], such as when [[Queen Bea]] emptied [[Unaroyal]]'s [[treasury]] promoting her entire Garrison to Field Units before disbanding herself, to deny [[Gobwin Knob]] the benefits of [[decrypted|decrypting]] her Units, or claiming her Treasury
  
  

Latest revision as of 18:50, 5 June 2011

A Field Unit is a Unit with Move, as opposed to a Garrison Unit, which has 0 move

Garrison units can be promoted to field units, such as what Parson did to himself, in LIAB 42.

Promoting Garrison units to Field Units costs Shmuckers, such as when Queen Bea emptied Unaroyal's treasury promoting her entire Garrison to Field Units before disbanding herself, to deny Gobwin Knob the benefits of decrypting her Units, or claiming her Treasury


Speculation

It likely costs more to pop a unit as a Garrison unit, then promote it to a Field Unit, than to pop one as a Field Unit initially. If not, then it may be a way to build a cheaper army.


Based on the importance of the Capital city, it can be assumed that a unit that exists only as a Field Unit would generally be weaker than a Garrison Unit, though some exceptions obviously exist (Stanley's Dwagons as a major example)

Another possible difference is a field unit might cost more shmuckers in upkeep than a garrison unit.