J.J. Young on Thu, 20 Oct 2005 07:54:13 -0500 (CDT)

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 Re: [eia] Prussian and Portugese forage rolls, Feb 1805

```When a city is besieged, the city garrison (all corps in the city and all
extra garrison factors count together as the city garrison) makes one forage
roll each month, using the number of spires the city has on the map as the
base forage value (Lisbon has 3 spires).  The only modifier to this forage
value is a -1 for every full five factors are in the city garrison.  So if
the Lisbon garrison contained 1-4 factors, it was rolling with a target of
3- (so the roll of 6 means it loses 3 factors).  If the Lisbon garrison
contained 5-9 factors, it was rolling with a target of 2- (so the roll of 6
means it loses 4 factors).

-JJY
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Subject: Re: [eia] Prussian and Portugese forage rolls, Feb 1805

> so I make that the Lisbon Garrison/Portugese Corps starve themselves to
> death. Am I correct?
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