- Apr 29, 2006
This game looks crazy!
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Yeah, the random scenarios are always fun. I've kept playing the fixed dai viet game, but I won't continue the AAR of dai viet. The King will stay in AustriaAethis said:This game looks crazy!
Those guys are Paraguay and Guatemala and they are uncivilized. I have a rather high percentage of uncived nations in this game, 50-60% I guess. That's probably too high, because it makes expansion too easy. On the other side, the cived cpu nations are also expanding veeery fast, so you will have epic wars in the end. Maybe I will give you a look at the fixed Dai Viet game, as it developed the situation of a few superpowers pwning the world and I am one of them.Taylor said:Those rebels looked scary for a moment, but now you seem to have the situation under control again.
Those guys in the southwest of your last screenshot have a lot of troops!
I have to watch my BB, as it is relatively high, because of the wars and gains against Panjab, Japan and Mecklenburg, and the annexion of 4-provinced Anhalt. So I have to find new uncived targets nearby, as there are still enough left, that should be no problem.VILenin said:Wow, the random generator sure creates chaos throughout the world. Too bad there aren't more un-civs nearby, these little 3 province peace deals are slowing down your blobification. The blob must grow!