So in Rome we've got a new resource in the mix - Wood, for forts, bridges, and supply camps. Sounds pretty engrossing. But will this be handled like food, moved by supply links and restricted by their distance and level? I guess that's dependent om how hard it will be to gather on-site. From what I've read it seems it was pretty plentiful, considering the amount of woodwork mentioned throughout the Caesar's commentaries/
An interesting note. In order to cull the druids and demoralize their adherents, during at least one march Caesar and his legions specifically cut down every oak tree on a miles wide front - The oak tree being sacred to the Druid religion and a center piece of many rituals. So at least we know that legionaries were accustomed to the axe. But will the Celts and Belgae have an equivalent?