Caravans do this already -- they give XP to the companion running the caravan, not to the player who owns the caravan. Pretty sure this is working as intended.Caravans - Having caravans should also provide passive trade experience, it was in the description they did this plus it would be worth the risk.
...wait, really? That's terrible. So even if you have a learning rate of 0 in a skill, you still gain character XP for using it?It is working as intended. Character level experience uses the raw experience, it is not affected by learning rate.
It's not about being weak or strong. It's about clear oversights. The Aserai Footman was clearly designed (looking at its equipment and skills) to be a T2 unit, but it's T3 by mistake. The Aserai Tribesman (T2) isn't even an upgrade over the Aserai Recruit (T1). Their stats are identical. It gets literally nothing but a better helmet. The Recruit is a new unit that was hastily added to the game when it was clear that mamelukes weren't available at all, but the ad-hoc "fix" to the unit tree left big problems and it needs another look.No reason to make Aserai troop tree stronger its already very strong.
A few weaknesses give character.