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I was doing a campaign as Portugal and was doing pretty good, considering it was early in the game.
I had taken most of Spain and pushed the Moors completely onto the North African coast, when out of the blue, my "supposed" ally Milan, attacks Zaragova with two full stacks of almost all pavise crossbowmen, and catapults.
I'd say that each stack had at least 1200-1400 pavise crossbowmen in them and they completely wiped out Zaragova and the full stack of various troop types I had there protecting the city.
It was frustrating enough that I quit the campaign and deleted the save game.
I realize playing as Portugal on H/H is very difficult, but found it rediculous to attacked by a few thousand pavise crossbowmen, with little else.
Anyone ever have a problem with this, and if so how do you defend against it?