[C3C] COTM 166 Iroquois Deity - The Remnants

Just finished the game and feel pity that it is over. (620 AD, Conquest). It was very unusual Deity game when Great Lib was really useful. LaSalle, did you consider to capture it? Also military alliance with gpt helps, and spoonwood's tricke with connect - disconnect may work.

 
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Just finished the game and feel pity that it is over. (620 AD, Conquest). It was very unusual Deity game when Great Lib was really useful. LaSalle, did you consider to capture it? Also military alliance with gpt helps, and spoonwood's tricke with connect - disconnect may work.

I'm quite interested in the details of this conquest victory.
 
Just finished the game and feel pity that it is over. (620 AD, Conquest). It was very unusual Deity game when Great Lib was really useful. LaSalle, did you consider to capture it? Also military alliance with gpt helps, and spoonwood's tricke with connect - disconnect may work.

I thought I read that deliberate pillaging of one's roads is not legal in the XOTM competitions. I don't believe I mentioned it above.

By 'stealing', I did mean to refer to espionage (which is possible once your civ learns Writing). That can be less expensive than purchasing techs with gold per turn.
 
I thought I read that deliberate pillaging of one's roads is not legal in the XOTM competitions. I don't believe I mentioned it above.

By 'stealing', I did mean to refer to espionage (which is possible once your civ learns Writing). That can be less expensive than purchasing techs with gold per turn.
Indeed.
Deliberate destruction of trade routes
Deliberate action to break an existing trade route to cause the cancellation of a GPT deal without loss of reputation to the player, is banned as an unbalancing exploit..
So, the only trick is gpt deal with MA versus civ at the turn of defeat.
As to "Espionage" it is comparable with gpt trade if take into account unsuccessful steal.
Most efficient is 3 turn research and gpt for the last turn.
However, technical parity may be not enough to win on Deity. Efficient politics like "fight together against strongest civ" is key issue here.
 
I'm quite interested in the details of this conquest victory.​
Turn 3 : 3900BC

Iroquois settled Salamanca

Turn 25 : 2800BC

Iroquois settled Niagara Falls, sent Curragh counterclockwise.

Turn 32 : 2510BC

Iroquois settled Grand River

Turn 44 : 1990BC

Discovered Philosophy -> Monarchy (trade Philo for Poly IBT)

Turn 45 : 1950BC

Trade around Philosophy and Polytheism for all techs around; establish Monarchy.

Turn 59 : 1550BC

Iroquois settled Allegheny

Turn 66 : 1350BC

Enter Middle Age, Engineering 19 turns., bpt =77

Monopoly on Currency and Literature.

Turn 69 : 1275BC

Egyptians declare war. MAPTD with Mongols and Ottomans against Egyptians

Ottomans got Monotheism. No Barbarians around.

Turn 93 : 710BC

Iroquois captured the Egyptian city Alexandria
Now we have Horses.

Turn 102 : 530BC

Iroquois started golden age

Turn 103 : 510BC

Iroquois captured the Egyptian city Thebes with the Great Lib.

Turn 108 : 410BC

Iroquois captured the Egyptian city Byblos

Turn 110 : 370BC

Iroquois settled Tyendenaga

Iroquois gained great leader Shenandoah -> Knights’ Army.

Turn 111 : 350BC

Iroquois captured the Egyptian city Lisht and Abydos as a peace treaty deal. Trade Iron and Lux to them for money.

Turn 115 : 270BC

Iroquois captured the Arabic city Yamama.

Turn 117 : 230BC

Iroquois captured the Arabic city Fustat

Turn 118 : 210BC
Iroquois settled Kahnawake. Trade to Egyptians Saltpeter to help agaist China and Mongol.

IBT
Got Education and Chemistry from TGL.
Bring China to MAPTD versus Spain Ottomans and Arabs for Education.
That ends Chinese ToA. With 20 Cities they were superpower. Arabs and Egyptians are research leaders.
Mongols very militaristic. Russians backward. Spain wonderbuilder.

Turn 120 : 170BC

Iroquois captured the Spanish city Vitoria

Turn 122 : 130BC

Iroquois ended golden age
 
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