And that takes care of it. There's not terrain variation in island campaigning to speak of, so everything just ran together. But at least we can run supplies between the Peloponnese and the Sporades now. Come back tomorrow anons, and I'll fulfill your requests.
-To the northwest are the Illyrians. Their territory is spread out and thin with food, but the Macedon people still cry out for vengeance against them and it must be sated
-To the north lay the Paeonians the barbarian tribes of the western Balkan mountains. Without a completely subduing of the northern barbarians we cannot claim our lands are secure.
-To the northeast, we can continue along the Thracian coast. Byzantium will be our destination, and with that we'll have full control over the European side of the Propontis. An Hegemony Objective
-Straight east are the island of Lesbos and the region of Ionia. Athens controls these lands, but they can also be a launching point for an invasion of Asia.
-Thebes has been a thorn in our side for a while, launching raids against Phocis and Corinth. As long as Dragon of Boeotia stands, Greece will not recognize Philips' Hegemony.
-Euboea is just off of Pherae. It blocks transport of supplies in the Agean, and prevents us from using naval supremacy against Boeotia. Macedon will never have total naval supremacy until we wrest it from Athens.
-From the Cyclades we can now sail towards Rhodes. It'll mean fighting the Persians, but we can liberate a Greek colony and surround Crete.
-From Laconia and the Cyclades we can invade the island of Crete. It's a bit out of the way, but putting an end to their raiding would relieve our supply lines.>>120362
There are three types of shrines. The one in the picture is a heroics shrine, which gives a morale bonus. There are logistics shrines that reduce food consumption, and also healing shrines that allow unit replenishment regardless of distance or lines of supply.
Thanks for reading anons.