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J W Carlin wrote:
A: If you lose control of a province but have an army in the provincial capital does it remain there?
Or does it move out into the province?
It remains there.
In either case I would expect militia to be lost.
Both answers apply to Italy too.
B: Can an army, including militia, sally out of a provincial capital, hopefully defeat an enemy and return to the provincial capital.
If they're battling an enemy in their province, they don't have to leave the capital at all to initiate battle. If they're battling an enemy in another province, the militia cannot go with them. Militia always remain in the capital.
C: Does an army, consisting of MORE than one unit have to have a general?
Does an army consisting of only one unit have to have a general.
An army containing legions must have a general. An army consisting only of a militia does not need a general.