Post by FvonSigmaringen on Sept 12, 2017 11:16:27 GMT
Well, some adhere to the theory that conceptual drift (or mirth's movement) is based on teutonic shifts, which would explain why the Germans are world-famous for their sense of humour. But alas, I am only 1/4 German (1/4 Polish and 1/2 Belgian).
The taking time to break a big unit is the whole point of steadfast. Don't forget that steadfast units often take up points and lower tactical flexibility. The point is to allow a unit to withstand the charge of knights
One option could be to make Steadfast simply "ignore the first X points of leadership modifiers", where X is the number of ranks the unit has (to a max of 4). Alternately, a soft rule that no individual unit can cost more than ceiling(10%, cost of minimum unit size) of your army's cost.