Losing ships in your own territory

Crusis

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I know I've talked about this a lot, but I still don't understand why it's OK for a player to lose ships inside their own cultural boundaries. It makes it very hard to defend fishing grounds against barbarians.

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How do you extend your cultural influence into those waters by any method other than naval patrols?
 

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Iceciro

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I think he means the fact that a barb ship can blockade your fishing area in that ocean tile.
 

Crusis

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Those events have been changed for RoM 2.8 by allowing your ships to travel ocean plots within your own cultural borders without sinking.

If I were a woman, I'd hunt you down and give you babies.

Thanks, Zappara, that's my only gripe with RoM, which is one of the finest works of computer gaming I know of.

As for the Resolution, it's 1920x1200. A few years back I got a 28" inch LCD from Best Buy for $499. By a company called Hannspree, which I'd never heard of, so I bought the extended warranty. But it has performed flawlessly despite being a no-name monitor. The monitor is driven by 2 Geforce 265 GTXs, in SLI mode.

I usually only buy Samsung monitors.
 

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I usually only buy Samsung monitors.

I agree. I got a Samsung monitor. It broke down two months later, and they shipped a new one out two days later. For free. Thank you warranties.
 

Preytor

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Off Topic: +1 Samsung monitors.
Currently recommend Samsung T240.
I always order Samsung monitors and they've been flawless. I have never had any dead/stuck pixels.
 
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