Introduction[edit | edit source]
The meaning of sound signals are by their rhythm. The meaning of the sound vary between states and battles. This is a good way to safely communicate with soldiers of different units at the same time over long distances. This is used when visibility is low. Gong can also be used by notifying people in the cities that an important person is coming.
Uses[edit | edit source]
- Sends signal to attack.
- Sends signal to hold position.
- Sends signal to which location a specific unit needs to move.
- Sends signal where enemy units are located.
- Sends signal when a specific person is in combat.
- Sends signal when an important person is killed.
- Notifies the people when an important person arrives.
Strengths[edit | edit source]
- Are rhythm coded messages that only soldiers of that state know its meaning.
- Send messages to all units at the same time.
- Send messages over long distances.
- Can be used when visibility is low.
Weaknesses[edit | edit source]
- Units need to be able to hear the sound.
- Soldiers can be taken hostage in order to steal the rhythm codes.
- Only predetermined messages can be sent.
- All units need to learn the meaning of the sounds.
- Enemies can use sound signals to give misinformation.