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If surface ships are on hold in a province adjacent to a land battle involving enemy divisions, the ships will automatically perform [[File:Shore Bombardment.png|x22px]] ''shore bombardment'' to reduce the enemy's attack and defense.
 
If surface ships are on hold in a province adjacent to a land battle involving enemy divisions, the ships will automatically perform [[File:Shore Bombardment.png|x22px]] ''shore bombardment'' to reduce the enemy's attack and defense.
  
The magnitude of this effect is determined by the firepower of the ships involved: each point of heavy gun damage contributes {{red|-0.1%}} to enemy attack and defense, while each point of light gun damage contributes {{red|-0.05%}}. Total reduction from shore bombardment is capped at {{red|-25%}} (even if you have traits that increase shore bombardment).
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The magnitude of this effect is determined by the firepower of the ships involved: each point of heavy gun damage contributes {{red|-0.1%}} to enemy attack and defense, while each point of light gun damage contributes {{red|-0.05%}}. Total reduction from shore bombardment is capped at {{red|-25%}}.
  
 
The General trait Naval Liaison as well as the Admiral trait Ground Pounder increase shore bombardment, but not beyond the -25% cap.
 
The General trait Naval Liaison as well as the Admiral trait Ground Pounder increase shore bombardment, but not beyond the -25% cap.
 
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