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    Unit Strength/Weakness Matrix by KyoraStryker

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    / Guide Information \__________________________________________________________
    Battalion Wars
    Unit Strength/Weakness Matrix
    Written By John Edwards (KyoraStryker) [Contact info provided at bottom]
    Version 1.01 [Final]
    Original File Date: 13 October 2006
    Last Updated: 24 January 2010
    / Introduction \_______________________________________________________________
    Thank you for taking the time to look at my strength/weakness guide for
    Batallion Wars. This is my first guide, so don't kill me if it sucks. But look
    at it this way: If it sucked, you wouldn't be looking at it, would you? (Well,
    maybe you would, but that's beside the point.)
    / Matrix Abbreviations \_______________________________________________________
    Before you take a look at the matrix, here is a description of the
    abbreviations you will find in this guide:
    RG - Rifle Grunt
    AS - Assault Veteran
    FL - Flame Veteran
    BZ - Bazooka Veteran
    MI - Missile Veteran
    MO - Mortar Veteran
    LT - Light Tank
    HT - Heavy Tank
    LR - Light Recon
    HR - Heavy Recon
    AA - Anti-Air Vehicle
    AT - Artillery
    BS - Battlestation
    TC - T-Copter
    BM - Bomber
    FG - Fighter
    GS - Gunship
    SD - Strato Destroyer
    / Matrix Notes \_______________________________________________________________
    Now, before you say, "But Kyora, you're forgetting some units!" take note of
    the following:
    * The Minigun units hold the same attributes as an Assault Veteran.
    * The Acid Gas units hold the same attributes as a Flame Veteran.
    * The Rocket units hold the same attributes as a Bazooka Veteran
    * The Ack-Ack units hold the same attributes as a Missile Veteran.
    * The Grenade units hold the same attributes as a Mortar Veteran.
    * The Watchtower, MG Nest, MG Bunker, and Pillbox units are not included in
    the matrix.
    / The Matrix \_________________________________________________________________
    Now that we have any confusion clarified, here's the matrix. The attacking
    units (Your own units) are displayed in the rows, while the defending units
    are displayed in the columns. Each units has one of three strength levels; S
    being strong against that unit; A being average against that units; and W being
    weak against that unit. Simple, eh?
          D E F E N D I N G   U N I T -------->
    A     |R|A|F|B|M|M|L|H|L|H|A|A|B|T|B|F|G|S|
    T  ----------------------------------------
    T  ----------------------------------------     *Note: This matrix assumes
        AS|S|S|S|S|S|S|A|W|A|A|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|      that each unit is attacking
    A  ----------------------------------------      in an appropriate manner.
    C  ----------------------------------------      Circumstances may arise
        BZ|W|W|W|W|W|W|S|A|S|S|A|A|W|W|W|W|W|W|      where units may not be used
    K  ----------------------------------------      in their intended manner,
        MI|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|S|S|S|S|S|      which renders this matrix
    I  ----------------------------------------      useless.
    N  ----------------------------------------      This matrix is only accurate
        LT|S|S|S|S|S|S|A|W|S|S|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|      when using units in their
    G  ----------------------------------------      intended manner.
    U  ----------------------------------------
    N  ----------------------------------------
    I  ----------------------------------------
    T  ----------------------------------------
    |  ----------------------------------------
    |   BM|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|W|W|W|W|W|
    |  ----------------------------------------
    |   FG|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|W|S|S|S|S|S|
    |  ----------------------------------------
    |   GS|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|W|W|W|S|W|
    |  ----------------------------------------
    |   SD|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|S|
    V  ----------------------------------------
    / Contact Information \________________________________________________________
    Ah yes, the part where you want to contact me about the guide, ask questions,
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    / Credits \____________________________________________________________________
    There aren't too many people who deserve credit, but I'll list the ones who do:
     cJayC for hosting this guide on his badass site.
     Nintendo, and Kuju Entertainment Ltd. for creating an interesting game.
     My girlfriend for having the patience with me and my video game habits.
     My friend Mike for allowing me to temporarily steal his laptop to create this
     And you, for taking the time to look at the first guide I've written. Hope you
    enjoyed looking at it and found it helpful.
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