Last Updated on August 24, 2020 by Talha Amjad
Replenishment is arguably one of the most important gameplay mechanics in Total War Saga: Troy. You can think of it as a process during which you refresh your numbers after a battle. Total War: Shogun 2 automated the entire process but that isn’t the case with Total War Saga: Troy. In this guide, we’ve outlined everything you need to know about how army replenishment works in Total War Saga: Troy.
Total War Saga: Troy Replenishment
War is never pretty and the first thing you should always do after a battle is to check your units to see if any of your troops took a hit. In order to check that, you need to bring up the unit’s card and checking its HP.
You won’t need to worry about replenishment as long as you’re inside a territory that you own. While in friendly territory, you’ll notice a unit’s hit-points gradually increase.
You don’t really need to worry about unit replenishment as long as you return to a friendly territory after each battle but what if you’re unable to do so?
Replenishment in Enemy Territories
There’s a way to replenish your troops while inside enemy territory. To do so, you’ll need to ensure that you’ve got more than 50% of campaign movement points available and then change your general’s active stance to encampment.
Changing to encampment stance will restrict you to one place until you change the stance again and can work against you in some cases. Therefore, you’ll need to make sure you’re safe before doing so.
The last thing you want is to be attacked while you’re in the process of replenishment. If you don’t want to pull back to a friendly territory to replenish, this is the only option you’ve got.
Lastly, remember that if you’re praying to Hera and reach ‘Worshipped’ status with her, she’ll reduce the time required to replenish casualties by +10% which can make all the difference in the world.
That’s all we’ve got in our Total War Saga: Troy army replenishment guide. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our guide on victory conditions. For more help on the game, you can check out our detailed Total War Saga: Troy wiki guides.