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I can't seem to find out how to get soldiers into my ships. What's the trick?
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you don't. Move the ship to where you want to land. once there when you move the cursor over the city it changes to a cannon symbol, this forms your beechhead then you can attack that city.
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Thanks a lot. It works perfectly.
I was sick of only defending myself.

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