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citis
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    1. Leoreth
      Leoreth
      Well, if you know how, you can take a look at the city conquest crash.

      But I can't introduce you to the mod first because that would likely cost more time than doing it myself :(
    2. adhiraj.bose
      adhiraj.bose
      Your advice is much appreciated :) . I'll give Tibet another run. Khampas are .. not weak. But not very useful against pikemen. I guess my priority should be to destroy that iron north of Chang'an. Aside from that, I'm going to start of a new story challenge thread. I'll spin off a story around a challenge unique to a civ in DOC and see if anyone can keep to it. How does it sound ? :)
    3. adhiraj.bose
      adhiraj.bose
      Well I'm playing v 1.11 . the Chinese assemble an army very quickly after their initial vulnerability. By 800 AD they are already much stronger than me. With India, I manage the mughal spawn agreeing to flip and keeping Calcutta and central India. But they eventually declare war on me to take those cities. I can't stand before an army of muskets, bombards, seige elephants and war elephants with just archers and khampas :( .
    4. adhiraj.bose
      adhiraj.bose
      Thanks for the suggestions Citis. In my first Tibet game, I tried to conquer Eastern China ( historical area of the Tibetan empire ) but failed to keep the Chengdu after the initial victory. That game was so botched up, I decided to avoid China completely after that. This game I tried conquering 4 cities in India and running missionaries from there. But the results weren't very quick. Can you suggest a conquest path I should take for China ? Which cities first ? What sequence ?
    5. adhiraj.bose
      adhiraj.bose
      Hi, you've done the Tibet UHV. Can you tell me how ? I've managed the 5 city conquest goal the last 2 times I played, but the 5 prophet goal seems tough and I'm finding it difficult to get the 30% religious goal. Do you just whip missionaries after getting 5 cities ?
    6. Royal Tenenbaum
      Royal Tenenbaum
      By the way, you're supposed to comment on the other person's wall, otherwise the guy has no idea you replied. :P
    7. citis
      citis
      I know, don't worry
    8. Royal Tenenbaum
      Royal Tenenbaum
      Sorry that I was blunt about you closing the almost dumb ideas thread. I should of typed it friendlier. I didn't mean it rudely.
    9. citis
      citis
      Thanks a lot!
    10. Royal Tenenbaum
      Royal Tenenbaum
      I notice you've been posting more on the forums and you have a relatively low post count, so I just wanted to welcome you to the forums. Sorry for being a little late, heh.
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