- Sep 14, 2010
Fortunately the Sokoto cartographers are even less capable of placing egypt correctly.
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These cartographers wouldn't happen to also be those Beer Hall inspectors would they?Fortunately the Sokoto cartographers are even less capable of placing egypt correctly.
In all honesty, I have no idea why, I was hoping someone could explain it to me!So why do you think the AI never utilized the Italian Fleet? Great for you but not such a great idea for the Italians.
The British bombed Taranto. The Italians, after all, have a history of not using their well suplied and equiped navy.In all honesty, I have no idea why, I was hoping someone could explain it to me!
You'll notice that when the war began Italy had only twenty one ships and she must have then expanded her navy considerably during the war thus I can then understand why I suffered no attack at first; her newly constructed ships would be on low organisation. However this still doesn't explain why she didn't attack me once her ships had recovered their organisation. Perhaps my two Man'o'War, eight frigates and horribly useless admiral did truly scare her!
I really do not know what stopped her from sinking my weak fleet, I was expecting her to chase my ships into harbour as soon as I noticed how strong her own navy had become. Hopefully someone can explain it.