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Old August 12th, 2017, 01:40 PM

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Default Nationalist Chinese Engineers

I can find no engineer troops to buy for the Nationalist Chinese in 1937. Is this a historical fact or perhaps an oversight?
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Old August 12th, 2017, 03:44 PM
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Default Re: Nationalist Chinese Engineers

Moved to the TO&E forum since its an OOB question.

The engineers are in the "Pioneer pl", available on page 2 of the infantry formations.

"Pioneer" is another word for engineer, and if you click on the formation, you will find that these troops are of the "engineer" unit class.

Also, Mobhack has a facility called "database check" which allows easy searches.

- Open Mobhack, and then click on your OOB to load it - Nationalist China here
- Click File then "database check utilities" and a new window opens for the search tool
- click on the "unit checks" tab, as you are looking for units
- enter "eng" in the search box to find any unit classes such as "engineer" or "Engineer tank", "pio" for any pioneer U/C
- Click on the unit name listed on the RHS pane of the search result and the units page will take you directly to it on the main mobhack window.

Also, if you click on the formations tab, you can do the same search for any formations that contain such units.

In addition, if you open the units tab of mobhack, there is a search box where you can search for unit names - again partial strings work fine. However the database search works on English unit class names and the unit names in an OOB may be in "National Language" for say whatever the Hungarians call their engineers. Which is "Utasz Raj" - so unless you know Hungarian, probably best as I say, to use the database search on unit class name.

Using this simple database search tool saves posting queries on the forums.

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