Playing with fog of war I see my opponent faces me with "xxx" troops.
So this might be 100 troops or it might be 999 troops.
Quote:"Caruthers, How many troops are occupying that wood ?"
"Well sir, I can reliably and confidently report that its either a company or its a regiment."
"Thank you Carruthers. then our attack is either going to be a complete success or a total disaster"
Is my recon so poor that they can't tell whether there are about a hundred troops in that wood or about a thousand?
Why does fog of war in PzC, in all cases, report the enemy strength so roughly? I know there are plenty of cases in history where intelligence reports have been wildly inaccurate, and in some situations there might be good reasons for uncertainty, but as a general rule isn't intel a little more precise than Panzer Campaigns might have us believe?
Wouldn't it be more realistic to have, in most situations, an estimate that was bracketed a little more closely to the actual figure?