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===Summary===
 
===Summary===
 
*Set troops in patrol points to guard your castle. Attackers can see what is stationed in a patrol point. You can set troops to attack immediately or wait until the enemy is close. Troops are automatically replenished after battle.
 
*Set troops in patrol points to guard your castle. Attackers can see what is stationed in a patrol point. You can set troops to attack immediately or wait until the enemy is close. Troops are automatically replenished after battle.
*The Patrol Point is a building that allows you to station soldiers inside your city. Some soldiers such as the [[Raider]] are not available to be stationed.
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*The Patrol Point is a building that allows you to station soldiers inside your city. Some soldiers such as the [[Raider]] are not available to be stationed.
 
*Cultural units such as the [[Cheirosiphon]] require a level two Patrol Point to station. Soldiers garrisoned at the Patrol Point can be order to hold ground until enemies come near or attack as soon as the enemy's soldiers are deployed.
 
*Cultural units such as the [[Cheirosiphon]] require a level two Patrol Point to station. Soldiers garrisoned at the Patrol Point can be order to hold ground until enemies come near or attack as soon as the enemy's soldiers are deployed.
 
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*If you order the Patrol Point's troops to hold ground, the Patrol Point can be used to protect chokepoints. But after the troops get activated, they will attack any enemy troop on the map (unless they have preferences).
 
*If you order the Patrol Point's troops to hold ground, the Patrol Point can be used to protect chokepoints. But after the troops get activated, they will attack any enemy troop on the map (unless they have preferences).
 
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