Discussion in 'Civ3 - Demo Game II: Polls' started by Ehecatl Atzin, Dec 27, 2002.
And why haven't we done that?
I definately agree that we should continue our single front efforts to the south. Babalyon and Russia both offer great opportunities to take advantage of our FP location.
The Americans make a great buffer state between us and the other side of the world.
It's too complicated and single system oriented to work with our crowd. It requires fairly precise coordination and the war stops/starts need to be fluid. We're anything but fluid.
So we are more mechanical in our movements. What type of scheme of development would you make for a group like that (us)?
An easier but less effective system is to rotate through each civ in turn, allying with all other civs against them until they are destroyed. As soon as the civ is destroyed you declare on the next one and get alliances from everybody against them. When they are totally destroyed, go to the next one...
Isn't that what we tried to do and then other civs broke their alliance with us? Is there a way to utilize this plan but not depend that much on the military support other nations can give us?
We're not attacking anybody right now so we're not following this plan. When alliances are broken, it's necessary to reforge them.
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