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- Aug 10, 2007
Gutavus is a very good general, 50,000 dead and not a finger lifted!
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Good advice. Ostlandet will fall again.Very well done with Russia (even if winter did most of the job)! Now you should probably try to take Skane, Gotland and maybe Jamtland (its not Baltic, but you do have a core on it).
Keep Ostlandet for later, you can alway retake it as easily as you did in this war.
They would be amazing for your Scottish wars. But I'm sure the Scottish spirit will prevail. A shame to see Russia act as they did.Silly Russians forgetting about old man winter like that. He's always an able and willing participant to war in those parts.
Of course, I am jealous of your huge navy, masses of troops and Gustav. What I could do with those in Scotland.
Keep up the pressure on Denmark.
I will take it eventually. If I want to control all the Baltic I have to take Copenhagen and that means taking all of Denmark's provinces.That clip is from Lars Von Tier's Riget, by the way.
Will you absorb Norway?
I'd like to have taken them. But frankly I didn't have the money or manpower to wage war on Russia yet.In EU2 I'd usually take all ugric-cultured provinces from Russia in the 1617 scenario .
But given your objectives, it was a good choice to get rid of them as soon as possible. Denmark is easy as pie when you're Sweden
It is just one culture for all of Scandinavia in vanilla FtG.General Winter gets his revenge upon the Russians...now it will be much easier to crush the danes. Do you have unified scandanavian culture? or is it swedish, danish, and norweigan?
It sure was.Easy victory against the Ruskies.
You'd hope that the Russian ai would know. But as it is they haven't a clue. You're echoing my sentiments exactly about the Danish fleet. Numbers are in the update.It's always disappointing to see the AI fail so miserably with attrition, but especially a Russia AI... I was also hoping for a bit more of naval challenge from the Danes, what size is their fleet?
Thanks. The attack does progress very well, a little too well I feelCongrats on the victory good sir! And it looks as if your attack on the perfidious Danes also progresses well!
Excellent sentiments there. Thanks for reading.Cool a new Duke AAR in a new game, this I'll most definitely be watching. Smash the Danes! Long live Gustav! Silly Russians
Sieging two provinces is an improvement as far as I can remember. Sieging two in winter absolutely negates that improvement.This is unfortunate to see since it means the AI has not been improve to the point of being able to give the player a real challenge anywhere where winter is a factor.
I like this comment. Keep enjoyingI like gameplay AARs. You have done well so far. I will continue watching.
(This post brought to you by short declarative sentences).
Always glad to keep my readers happy.You should've seen the look on my face when I saw a new Duke of Wellington AAR
He is that awesome.Gutavus is a very good general, 50,000 dead and not a finger lifted!
Battles? You mean actually fighting? I didn't know that happened in wars.G2A is a beast in battles as well.
He is very nice to have around.Always Vasa.
This war was a little disappointing. But it has not been representative of my experiences overall. I highly recommend buying FtG. but if you weren't really grabbed by EU2 then don't expect EU2.5 to be miraculous for you either.Ahh, a Duke of Wellington AAR. I'll definitely be following, even if I'm not familiar with the game. I played some EU2 (it was nice but didn't captivate me like EU3 did) but haven't bought FtG - and I'm not sure I will. But no way I'm going to miss an AAR from this author no matter the game. Feel free to show enough impressive stuff to change my mind about the game if you're so inclined