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When the game is patched a bit more, I'll probably make my first proper campaign (above 10 turns!) on the Iceni on Legendary difficulty. Just wondering what you chaps advise when you're starting off with them.
For instance, should you outright conquer the British Isles, or should you seek to confederate where possible.
Should you advance into Europe and maintain good relations with the other Britannic celts until such a time as they peacefully accept confederacy because of your size?
Should you make grand allies to reduce the corruption tax modifier whilst maintaining your victory province count, or should you vassalise everyone you come across? Or occupy their lands for your own?
Is there any difference other than your faction name and colour if you confederate, besides the possibility of getting their goods at the time.
I.E. 15 turns into the campaign, whether you conquered or confederated the British Isles, you'll still 100% own all the territories, correct?
How important is it to own every region in your first province, and not allowing yourself to ally with Iska (I think it's called)?
General battle tactics as well?
General game questions:
When you build a building that gives +experience to units recruited... Is that global, provincial, or regional? E.g. If you produce troops in (what is) London, and the +experience buildings are in (what is) York, will those units get the benefits of that building, or must you go North and retrain?