- Oct 6, 2011
Don't be disheartened if your AAR doesn't have many supporters. Perhaps people just don't feel like commenting, who knows? I personally like a lot how Bengal is shaping and wish you good luck.
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Thanks! I enjoy writing these AARs so I'm not that disheartened. However, I wouldn't mind getting more feedback on my style of play or my style of writing. I'm human so I'm still envious of AARs that has lots of supporters.Don't be disheartened if your AAR doesn't have many supporters. Perhaps people just don't feel like commenting, who knows? I personally like a lot how Bengal is shaping and wish you good luck.
Haha. With all the provinces added to India in Death and Taxes, don't think I can be anything else.in the words of Eliot Spitzer: you're a madrefudging steamroller
Delhi is very overpowered with the 1356 start but sometimes the player just gets lucky. You'll know what I mean with the upcoming chapter.at this rate it will not be long
until 1 year ago all I played where countries in India and SE Asia.
so I don't like Delhi.