Total War: THREE KINGDOMS All Battles Guide

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When an army on the campaign map is ordered to attack a settlement or another army, a battle will ensue. These battles fall into several different categories.

All Battles Guide

Ambush

  • Triggered when an army on the campaign map in ambush stance attacks.
  • When an ambush battle begins, the defender’s army begins in a tactically disadvantageous column formation.
  • The attacker may deploy all around them to swiftly attack them and exploit their lack of readiness.
  • The defender will succeed if they can defeat the attacking army, or retreat via the marked extraction point.

Encampment

  • If any army is attacked while in the Encampment Stance an encampment battle will ensue.
  • The defender will deploy within a walled wooden encampment, with limited entry points for the attacker and arrow tower fortifications.

Land battle

  • Land battle is a broad term describing the battles that occur when armies meet in open land, outside of cities or towns.
  • They offer plenty of space to manoeuvre, and may encompass a host of different terrain features.

Town and Resource battle

  • A town or resource battle is fought in a town (an unwalled commandery capital) or a resource centre – a minor settlement in a county attached to a commandery which may take the from of a mine, a farm, a small town, or other resource-generating conurbation.
  • Town and resource battles may offer barricades for the defender to deploy, and the defender will have access to garrison troops.

Siege Battle

  • A Siege is a battle for a walled settlement or city.
  • Occur when an army attacks a commandery capital.
  • The attacker may decide to build Siege Equipment while besieging before the battle commences.
  • Likewise, a siege battle may offer defensive fortifications for the defender to deploy, such as barricades, bastion artillery, and arrow towers in fixed positions.
  • The attacker may target and destroy wall sections and defensive fortifications with their artillery.
  • The defender will have access to the city’s garrison troops, and any army stationed in the city when the siege battle commences.

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