- Mar 30, 2008
haha I'd sign up for it, but i highly doubt that i'm any better at it
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I had actually started one of these before my HD let me down... It's nice to see someone has buckled down and got it going... And it's definitely a good thing to see someone take Yoshi's newbie sig line to the next level.
I'm kindof sad (no, I am sad...) I missed the country decision though. England is OK to play, but alot of the games intricate mechanics will be outside on the fringes if ever explored at all simply because England is isolated as she is.
My first games were with Burgundy and Austria, then Castille. I never played France, ever... (well OK, once in Nappy. But that one doesn't count...)
Dealing with the pressure of enemies, diplomacy, the HRE... Heck even the Ottomans make for much more compelling stuff than "this is your budget slider..." It would have been nice to see a little grace under pressure (or alot depending...) instead of a leisurely stroll through the colonies.
Just my two ducats, 1/2 a ducat after taxes...
And yeah, better late than never isn't always applicable...
If you stick on to your mainland provinces, England will become very continental and in the middle of intrigue from the start, since French and Burgundy have their guns ready for you.
You make Jesus cry.
(Well, okay, I don't actually know about the dude's thoughts on this ... but still, that's bad!)
As for what I think Mr GregElSho...
"Great, discussion in heating up! I do take note of the objections with a England tutorial AAR but I believe those can be circumcised by proposing the following..."
Does the Pope approve of Judaising?
There's nothing more fun than crushing France or the Otts...
Not the real places of course, just the game's versions.
France was so overpowered until HT³...
And the Otts always fought like fanatics. At least they were fun...
I've done alot of things that made Jesus cry...
Not playing Le Big Blue Blob didn't even make the list, there wasn't room.
I like the idea of the split AAR, and far be it from me to spread any anti-England sentiment.
If I really wanted it to be another country...
I suppose fixing my computer sooner and doing an AAR would have been the thing to do...
Instead of waiting and procrastinating (and saving the money... )
As it is, I'm actually kind of curious how you pull it off with the split.
I sincerely hope for the best of games, and an even better AAR...!
I do apologize if I gave the wrong impression...
I'm just a simple warmonger at heart. All those boats make me queasy...
Though I really really really want to see England on the mainland owning many French possessions...
Perhaps even a visit to the Otts just for homage to their IN tenacity...?
As for what I think Mr GregElSho...
I have no thoughts for the In Game BBB, save to crush them.
The real French? They're fine with me. We're all somebody somewhere...
Hopefully this provides an answer to your query...?
Yes, i understand that and agree absolutely for the reason of this tutorial. I wasn't arguing for keeping the provinces, i was pointing out Englands flexibility of becoming isolationist to the other poster, that it isn't written in stone.
Please, stop with the [....] all the time. It makes your post very sad... .