Godogost of Armorica
- Jan 22, 2013
I would prefer you going more into Italy and Savoy. You seem to have a lot of luck in this update. How far away are you from colonization and a new idea group?
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I need 922 Admin for level 14 and about 250 Diplo for my 1st colonist. Strangely enough, Sierra Leona is still free and about 4 provinces on Brazil's north coast. So I do have options. I'm thinking of saving my diplo to grab Quest For The New World at the same time, if I can.I would prefer you going more into Italy and Savoy. You seem to have a lot of luck in this update. How far away are you from colonization and a new idea group?
Maybe, especially since the coalition against me is rather big, but they are mostly minors (with a couple of exceptions). At this point, only Spain and Austria pose any serious threat, and Austria is, at the moment, on my side. Not sure how long that is going to last, though, once I start poking into Italy.At this point you can probably handle Northern Italy and Spain at your leisure
Thank you for the high praise. More than welcome, indeed!I read this straight through in one setting, absolutely fantastic work.
Keep it up man, I'll be following along.
I know, I took my sweet time getting into the colony game, but let's face it, with France you have enough potential on your plate not to actually need it.Yes finally! Also how many troops do you have in total?
You mean the Dutch rebels? If so, then I have a bit of a luxury problem. The French army is somewhat better trained than most other armies and they have 2 excellent generals (one has fire-2 and shock-5, the other one has fire-3 and shock-4). I'm not sure if they have crappy tech or if my army is too good for them. I will try to remember getting a screenshot next time I fight one.Looks like the portuguese kinda have a lead on you
One thing for the rebels: I think there was something with them having a crappy tech due to their nation having never existed, is that still the case here, or do I remember somthing from a mod and not vanilla? (if so, that would make the rebels up there a walkover)
I will need to bypass their navy first. Or, even better, turn them into submarinesTo revenge you should invade their american colonies!
That is the plan, but I am a bit unsure: Castile has joined the coalition. If they take over as warleader, they will be able to call their allies, which would include Russia (haven't checked yet). I should also put some people in brazil. Right now, I have only 3 regiments in place.Good that you recovered. Too reach the french modern-day borders you should defeat Savoy and take the province of Elsass (and why you are at it rename it to Alsace ).
In that case, wait until you have butrned of some AE. Maybe you could provocate them to attack you?(without their allies)Worst thing I could do, seems to be to DoW Savoy. All their allies, plus the coalition, with Austria defending Savoy. Spain becomes warleader and pulls in Hungary and Poland.
I have checked the AE I have with them. They all range between -30 and -100 (Tuscany). That last one must be a glitch or a bug, I am sure. I still have that HOI-reflex, where any time not waging or preparing for war is time lost.In that case, wait until you have butrned of some AE. Maybe you could provocate them to attack you?(without their allies)