Well, naturally. What I'd expect is that (for example) one Baneblade is worth many many of the infantry normally attached to it. I'm not sure which tanks your Marines use, but again, one tank is worth several Marines, more than are required to crew it. Though possibly not more than would be required to crew and maintain it...Fingolfin_Noldor wrote:The Imperial Army, regardless what type, has armored units as part of the Order of Battle, even on Battle Barges or assorted Astartes transports.
Hmm. XylyX (I assume this is him thinking, for the sake of argument) isn't as bright as I'd hope.Dark Hellion wrote:Initial Thought: Interest in galactic situation perked
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Query: Pendleton Situation, No material gain for participants apparent, Reasons for engagement?
Awaiting: Explanation of hostilities
Current Declaration: Neutrality
Future Declaration: Favors Pendleton
Reasoning: Weakness of state against Opposition, Question ability of Opposition to work in unity after operation
Musing: If the alliance of the Opposition cannot find a common ground after Pendleton's defeat the fracture of the alliance could spin the galaxy into chaos. This is unacceptable. Existence of a common enemy state provides more incentive for cooperation than the destruction of said state.
Response: Emissary will be sent
Request: Safe passage and allowance of observation
Final Thought: When perched upon the precipice one must not shout too loudly or invite an avalanche.
For example, Umeria is present in large part for the sake of watching the others in action, and getting large scale live-fire training for a (small element of) their own forces.
Also, I'm not sure what, if anything, you mean to communicate by "favors Pendleton." Is it supposed to be cryptic from the point of view of the readers (as in, your fellow players)? Or is it supposed to mean something clear, and I'm not seeing it?