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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 02-01-08 10:45 PM EDT (US)         
Yep, here I go again.

Well, this one I lost, but it was fun. It was 1v1 on Ozarks, I was Russia opponent was Sioux. We both aged to Colonial around same time. Ironically, we eneded up trying to build fbs int the same spot, and he destroyed mine. Pretty soon he attacked me, the same time I attacked him. I killed of a few villys, but my army was small since my initial fb had been stopped. The Sioux player didn't take down my TC yet. But soon, his next wave took it down. My CM bought me time for my villys to run away.

So I start rebuilding to the south. I get up 3 blockhouses and begin spamming strelets. It was hilarious, you shoulda seen it. This guy goes back to his base after taking my TC. I get strelets coming in at him from all sides, and he never knows where I am going to strike next. Its all hit an run. I constrict his villys into his town, weakening his eco. I snipe at a few villys, then retreat. And the funny thing is I'm attacking from 3 places at once, so he hardly ever caches me. I do this for at least 20 minutes after he took down my TC. He says to me, "You are the most annoying person I have ever played." I just laugh.

Eventually he masses and army large enough to defend and attack my weak rebuild at the same time. I may have lost, but it was great fun, and it was excellent micro practice.

I WANT YOU to post your stories now!! Participate, people!

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[This message has been edited by Lord Berminator (edited 12-18-2010 @ 01:16 AM).]

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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 11-04-09 08:33 PM EDT (US)     701 / 804       
Loool scientist wth thats weird (and thanks haha)

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mrscientistman
Skirmisher
posted 11-05-09 04:56 PM EDT (US)     702 / 804       
Got another weird one to share with you guys.

When I was new (and I mean REALLY new, it was like my 5th game ever) I joined an NR 30 game. One of my allies aged up early without making vils. He then built a rax, made TWO musketeers, and took the musks, all of his villies, and his explorer and began to seige one of the enemy's trade posts. My enemy's hussars killed him (duh) and he resigned.

We then broke out into a semi-war (technically treaty, but being constantly violated. I got bored so I left )

Anyway, I couldn't believe this guy. Even though it was just my fifth game or so, even I knew not to do that.

-Please tell me if you know a clan that accepts Level 2 Conscripts for vanilla (sigh, why do I insist on playing when I know I don't have enough time to finish my game)
CrazyLunatic
Veteran Musketeer
posted 11-05-09 07:28 PM EDT (US)     703 / 804       
^he must have been from age com

QUACK
Bart331
Skirmisher
posted 11-05-09 07:35 PM EDT (US)     704 / 804       
i beat gs in an otto mirror recently.

my combo was better, he fruited up his vill production and he didn't try hard, but i beat gs

fruit yea
Good job incog, im proud of you

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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 11-07-09 06:17 PM EDT (US)     705 / 804       
So this is gonna be a very unique war story xD

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CHINESE TRAGEDY-VOLUME I: THE UNCHARTED ISLAND
(Map: Unknown, desert with very big unaccesible crater in center, a map screw)

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PART I-The Northern Aggressor

There were a full eight powers that arrived on the desert island off the coast of Florida territory. General Lord Berminator's Chinese Army arrived in the northwest. The Dutch Army, commanded by General Bart, was in the northwest/north. There was an unidentified group in the north/northeast. To the northeast/east was the Spanish Colony, commanded by Lieutenant Verde. In the east/southeast was Emperor Jojo of Germany. To the far southeast/south was a French Expeditionary camp. In the far south was the Sioux Village, led by Chief Teesifsi. And at last to the west was the French Empire, led by Lord Inuyasha.

In the north, the small unknown group was defeated after two weeks by Bart and his Dutch army. General Lord Berminator knew that the Dutch were probably coming for them next, and he ordered defenses to be constructed and more troops trained. But a week after the unidentified people were killed, the Dutch army of over 100 came rolling in. Although the Chinese troops did considerable damage to the army, Berminator still realized that the town was doomed. An evacuation began; Berminator took the remaining villagers and troops northwest of their original town, while Head Monk Anich took others more west/southwest of the first location.

PART II-The Southern Aggressor

Beleive it or not, Emperor Jojo was even more violent than General Bart. Before the Dutch even defeated the unknown faction in the north/northeast, the Germans had massacred the French Expeditionaries in the south. Around the time the Dutch attacked the Chinese, Emperor Jojo had the Germans conduct a quick victorious campaign against Chief Teesifsi and the Sioux in the south. The Germans now had a vast area to control.

PART III-The Chinese Retreat

Meanwhile, up north, General Bart was still persistent in tracking down the remainder of the Chinese. Most of the Chinese town was completely wiped out. Berminator had Anich continue to lead the majority of the population further west and south, away from the Dutch pursuit. Berminator stayed up north, hiding in one of the more protected refugee camps that had been set up. Anich's group set up a quick camp to the far west of the French Empire, but went further south when Lord Inuyasha commanded them to.

The Dutch continued to have trouble tracking down the Chinese. Berminator had a few semi-successful raids conducted from the northern camps on some Dutch lumberjacks. Down southwest, a village was set up by Anich, complete with a small Town Center. But a week later, Lord Maja asked them to migrate once more. When Anich led his group of refugees to their next destination, they ended up at the southernmost portion of the desert island, directly southwest of the French Expeditionary camp that had been ransacked by the Germans.

PART IV-The Dutch Continue

It had been 2 months since all the nations had landed on the desert island. They were all restricted by the gaping crater at the center, and the rocky shore cliffs prevented them from building docks. The Spanish and Germans were building away in the east part of the island. The Chinese were building a considerably large town in the south while retaining camps in the northwest. The French were probably the most powerful, more so than the Germans and Spanish, and had the most territory. The Dutch? General Bart was unhesitantly now leading his troops against the French, hoping to get a crack or two at Berminator and the Chinese while he was at it.

Powerful as the French were, their army wasn't good enough to hold out against the Dutch. But their defenses did keep them at bay for a while. While Anich's new town built in the south was literally beginning to prosper, the Chinese camps in the north were uniting and becoming more developed. More troops were being trained, and weapons forged. And quite an amount of horses were being bred as well. During the first week of conflict between the Dutch and French, the Chinese established an alliance with the Seminole natives to the north of the Dutch, and also conducted two raids that took out dozens of Dutch villagers. Two weeks later, after more Chinese raids, The Dutch army was strong and still had the advantage over France, but the heaps of money Bart had used for his huge military, combined with the Chinese raids, eventually depleted his city's economy and left it bankrupt. He was forced to withdraw from the territory.

PART V-The Spanish Revolution

During the last week or so of fighting between the Dutch and French, the Lieutenant Verde led his Spanish Colony in a revolution. The reasons were not known, but it seemed that the revolutionary Spanish state was now fighting the terror of the south: the Germans. It's unknown what exactly went on in the east between the revolutionaries and Germany, but after about three weeks, the Germans emerged victorious.

There was now a strong bond between the French and the Chinese; Lord Inuyasha had allowed the Anich through his lands to the south, and had even somewhat protected them from the Dutch. The Chinese, though they were continuing their feud against the Dutch, still helped the French with their raids against the Dutch.

PART VI-Final Battle?

A. Southern Exodus

The aggressor of the north, General Bart, had been defeated. But the aggressor of the south, Emperor Jojo, still had a whole empire at his command on the island, preparing the attack the French in the west.

The bonds between the French and Chinese have been mentioned. Lord Inuyasha and General Lord Berminator formed just a small tie between their nations. But when the Germans came for Anich's southern town, that tie became an alliance. Lord Inuyasha predicted they would lose, but Berminator still insisted they fight on.

When the Germans attacked with dozens of war wagons and a few horse artillery cannons, Anich didn't even consider fighting. The Chinese military force in the south consisted of next to nothing. Without hesitating, all the Chinese refugees were successfully brought out of the southern city without one loss as it was razed behind them. Hundreds, there were. They fled through the grand trade route that went through the French territory. After days of marching, the refugees made it to the north. By now, the camps had been physically united under Berminator's command, and a new city had been developed, with a garrison ready to defend against any German attacks from the east.

B. The Battle Begins

It had barely been three months of the war for the unknown island, and the final battle was already commencing. The Germans had thousands of very powerful troops being thrown at the well-fortified French lines. It was a literal stalemate.

C. Chinese Attacks

General Berminator and Monk Anich tried sending small battalions of troops to the east to attack the Germans from behind, but the Germans were too powerful. They made sure that a Chinese forward base wasn't set up. The Chinese economy was still recovering from the long crisis with the Dutch and the loss of their southern holdings.

D. Unaccepted Surrender

The stalemate was slowly turning in favor to the Germans. They gradually pushed further and further into the French fortifications. After nearly a month of relentless fighting, Inuyasha and Berminator realized it wasn't worth losing the lives if they knew that the Germans would win eventually.

They sent their messages of surrender to Emperor Jojo, but they were met with diregard. The tyrannical ruler wanted to conquer this island through blood and war, not by accepting a surrender. Many brave French soldiers covered the French withdrawal from their city, going over the coastal cliffs to the shore where their transport ships from four months ago awaited them. The Chinese did the same, and made sure all the French besides the retreat-coverers made it out safely. After two days of this, all the Chinese and French population was either dead or gone. The German Emperor Jojo now had the desert island off the coast of Florida all to himself. He knew that there were piles of gold in that crater, and he knew that he would eventually get his miners down into that canyon to get every last nugget out.

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CHINESE TRAGEDY-VOLUME II: INTO THE CARIBBEAN
(Map-Caribbean, dur)

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PART I-The Tropical Storm

More misfortune awaited the Chinese. Lord Inuyasha and the French ships that escaped from the desert island took the northernmost route to get back to France, the Chinese went more south, in the direction of Africa so they could go around and sail to China. But there was a storm so massive that if it was any stronger it would've been a full-fledged hurricane.

The billowing winds and merciless rain attacked them for hours. Most of the fleet was completely obliterated during the ordeal. In the end, there was only ship that made it, with Berminator, Anich, some supplies, a couple of Anich's disciples, a few soldiers, and a couple dozen villagers. They had no idea where they were. But Berminator realized that there were many valuable resources they could gain from this territory. However, by chance, they were not the only ones. It was a very chaotic conflict that occured, but this is the information that was gathered about each of the powers that surrounded the Chinese-

On another island to the far east of the area of them was a British Army outpost, led by General Daniels. In the far northeast was an island controlled by a Spanish Armada. The island to the northwest was occupied by an Indian Colony. There was an empty island to the far west, and lastly, another island to the southwest settled by a Portuguese Navy under the command of Admiral Kom. But the Chinese weren't giving up now. This was their chance to turn their loss at the desert island into a victory.

PART II-A Failed Colony in the West

A little over a week, the powers were rapidly developing. The Chinese had their eyes on the riches in the west. But the Portuguese were able to quickly set up a second Town Center on the island, and before Head Monk Anich had a chance to set up another colony there, the Portuguese closed off the island with walls. However, Anich and his disciples did grab a few treasures from some pirates and natives.

The Portuguese were definitely fast coming out as the most dominant nation of this area in the Caribbean. The Spanish Armada was also pretty strong. The Chinese and British were about equal, and the Indians definitely could be referred to as weak.

PART III-The British Bedlam

About three weeks in, there were quite a lot of fishing ships out on the water, for everyone, especially the Chinese British and Spanish. The Portuguese probably had quite a lot, but they were all between the western island and the Portuguese original island, so the Chinese had the majority of their fishing ships to the west of their island. However, General Daniels decided it was a good idea to send the British fishing ships to the waters west of the Chinese island, instead of the waters west of the Chinese island, which were also his waters as well. The Portuguese had officially given that area of water to the west of the Chinese island to Berminator, and naturally the Chinese navy got annoyed.

A message was sent to Daniels telling him to call his ships back. He didn't even respond. After a British caravel came over into the western waters, the Chinese took action and wiped out all British vessels west of the Chinese island. British fishing ships continued to sail in. Two more caravels came in. General Berminator officially ordered that 40% of the economy be concentrated on building more and more ships. Soon, the Chinese received word that the British were troubling the Spanish in a similar way as well. Berminator assumed that it would be pretty easy to take down the British docks on their west coast once and for all if they were also busy harassing the Spanish.

Bottom line: he was wrong. The British navy was a lot more well armed than he had anticipated, and much larger than he thought too. And it turned out that the British and Spanish weren't really conflicting that much anyway. Most of the Chinese fleet was taken down before Berminator could call it back. Quickly, more ships were set up in defense. Shore defenses were rapidly built. The island was on alert. Walls sprang up, castles fortified, buildings strengthened, weapons loaded, cannons positioned. They weren't actually used much, however. It definitely kept the British away in the southern area of the Chinese island, where it was the strongest. But the British did go for an assault at the northern tip of the island, where the Chinese were most vulnerable. But the Chinese land army was definitely much more powerful than the British, and the British lost several vessels in the attack in return.

A few days after, the conflict died down. It seemed that the British weren't pestering the Spanish as much anymore, the British weren't in the western waters anymore, and there was a considerable amount of less cannonballs in the air. But the odd thing was, all this had happened without a word from General Daniels. It had been about six weeks since the Chinese landed in the Caribbean now. But no less than a week after the Chinese-British conflict had ended, the Spanish amassed a huge force and overwhelemed the British so much that the British surrendered and fled before their first wall had even been breached.

PART IV-The Chaos War

After the defeat of the British, the Spanish went over and took any remaining wood they had left. Their economy boomed almost as much as the Portuguese did. But the Portuguese by far had the best defended island in the west, and easily the most dominant dominant navy. The Chinese had a better navy than the Spanish, though their economy had considerable damage still done by the British, especially in the matter of wood. The Indians were just weak, hands down.

For three weeks this was all that could be determined. Finally, the Spanish broke the ice and went to attack the their neighbors to the west, the Indians. The Indians held out somewhat well at first, but they had next to no navy, and without one, the Spanish would definitely get the advantage at some point or another. After about a week or so of fighting between the Spanish and Indians, however, Admiral Kom decided he wanted in on the action and sailed his grand Portuguese Fleet across the map to the Spanish. The Spanish were outraged, of course. To even out the circle, General Lord Berminator and Head Monk Anich decided the time was ripe to grab the opportunity of battle. The moved their navy forward, and attacked several Portuguese ships while also bombarding coastal Indian buildings. The Indians were now fighting the Chinese and Spanish, the Spanish were fighting the Chinese and British, the British were fighting the Spanish and Chinese, and the Chinese were fighting both the British and the Spanish. It literally was an all-out war of all nations carrying out attacks on each other. Still, the Spanish were probably at the most disadvantage; they were actually having their island invaded by Portuguese troops.

PART V-The Storm Returns

For two weeks this chaos war full of random outbreaks went on. As the Spanish descended further down into the abyss of defeat, the Chinese prepared their ground forces to land on the Indian island, and to send some ships to raid Portuguese fishing in the west. It was then that the hurricane hit.

Whether or not it was the same storm, it was a storm. A formidable one. The storm of all storms. It was indeed a hurricane. It caused waves to come crashing onto the land, rising up on the walls and flooding over. The waves increased in size more and more, until soon their were literally tital waves flying over the walls and tumbling down. The ships couldn't survive the currents. Probably thousands drowned with the shipwrecks, all headed for the bottom.

This went on for three times as long as the other storm ravaged the original Chinese fleet retreating from the desert island. When it cleared up in the morning, the whole territory was in shambles. The few trees taht had still been standing were down. Buildings were beyond repar. Walls had even crumbled. Wet corpses were strewn everywhere, as well as some bloody from the battle. Little weapons and accessories floated everywhere. A few shipwrecks had been thrown upon some shores. Berminator and Anich of course had been in one of the safer areas of the island. With the few remaining villagers, they eventually gathered enough dry supplies to build a rough and very slow ship. They traveled to the nearest landmass with tattered sails, where they found some merchnants willing to let them use several real seafaring vessels to sail back to Chinese with, for a price.

The desert island had fallen under German control. Five powers on that desert island had been wiped out. Two of them escaped. One of those two escaped populations was General Lord Berminator's Chinese, and went further into the Caribbean. They then shared the same fate of three other groups: absolute and utter defeat by a formidable hurricane.



NOTES:

Vol. 1
-Sorry bout some of the confusion with who's who in all this, the first game I exited quickly cuz the French dude wanted to host the Caribbean FFA, and the second...went OOS =/ you'll hear bout that soon
-I'm PRETTY sure there was someone else that blue (Bart331 duh, Dutch) attacked besides me, not sure though. Anyway, he lagged out, I dunno if my combined raids along with the French resistance (purple, KOM_Inuyasha) would've beaten him, prob not though
-The Spanish (green) was silent the whole time, until he revoluted. But the German guy said he killed green after his revolution.
-The German dude (teal, Emperor Jo) killed the Sioux (T_Cfc, dur, dunno what color he was though) as well as pink (French Expedition). He later on of course also did green in
-Purple was a pretty cool guy. He decided though that it would take too long to beat teal, though he prob could. Teal was a dopp spammer, and consdering how damaged that purple still was from Bart's attacks, teal was doin pretty badly

Vol. 2
-KOM_Inuyasha, the guy who was purple in the first game (he's also a non-HG TE member) then hosted the Caribbean FFA. In that, he was blue, and ports. I named him Inuyasha in the first story, and Kom in the second =P And as you prob saw, he was also in Lunatic's game
-Teal (British, General Daniels) was one of those weird guys who doesn't speak at ALL during the game, annoys the hell out of you, and then starts talking in all caps with awful grammar and spelling, really unoriginal stupid insults, and taunts. Me and yellow (Spanish) weren't even technically teaming and he flipped a shit. Weird as he was though, he did know how to get that kickass British navy. But he was too stupid to get use monitors to bombard me. He Had very bad micro, etc. Yellow apparently attacked him and he resigned. When I went over to see what was left of teal's base, he had EVERYTHING left, ships, outpsots, walls, vils, a few troops here and there, etc)
-I forgot yellow's name, he was Brits. Pretty nice guy. he got spies first, he kinda bashed on the Indian guy though; blue was more on his level. He resigned after blue pretty much got half his base and was spamming in through galleons.
-Red (Indians) wasn't the greatest player. I respected that, but he also didn't understand the chaotic fun of the war we all had at the end; he complained about how me and yellow were teaming him, even though I explained how everyone was fighting at least two people. Yellow was barely even attacking him once blue attacked yellow. Once yellow stopped attacking red due to blue, red then started claiming that "he had beaten yellow."
-Blue (KOM_Inuyasha, as you remember) was a cool guy, as he was in the Volume I game. He knew how to play ports; he had a literal FORTRESS on the no-mans island in the west. He had only docks, a TC and like an arsenal or something on his original island.
-Naturally, as I breifly said, it went OOS (lucky it was Caribbean-very easy to make up a sort of tsunami-ish story to cover for the laggy ending ). It happened basically right after yellow resigned. But blue obviously would've won lmao hands down, and he also could've TMed me if it came down to that.

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[This message has been edited by Lord Berminator (edited 11-07-2009 @ 10:14 PM).]

Bart331
Skirmisher
posted 11-07-09 06:37 PM EDT (US)     706 / 804       
srry berm, nice story though. I lost my internet connection when i attacked the french dude.

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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 11-07-09 06:42 PM EDT (US)     707 / 804       
Yeah I had to turn it into something like bankruptcy lolol
And yeah, you lagged like HELL, it was one of those on and off thingies in which the window keeps popping up

The "Volume II" thingy is another FFA I played right after and I decided to tie their story together xD

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T_Cfc119
Skirmisher
posted 11-07-09 07:36 PM EDT (US)     708 / 804       
THAT IS ALL WRONG BERM<, jojo killed me and i was sioux, i was directly south of the map rofl

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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 11-07-09 07:40 PM EDT (US)     709 / 804       
AHH ****
lmao it all happened so fast I couldn't follow, sorry, and I had to go from the first game right into the next
So you were all the way at the south? OHHH you were pink, right?!
Wait...nvmnd. OKAY I GOT IT: purple, French, was to your left. Pink (French?) was to your right, then jojo was to pink's right. Correct??

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CrazyLunatic
Veteran Musketeer
posted 11-07-09 07:42 PM EDT (US)     710 / 804       
k so was doing a FFA on yucatan with 1x1 and KOM_Inuyasha and some random people.

I was ottos, 1x1 spain, KOM aztecs, there was a indian player and a france player and a brit.

So anyway i ended up not getting harassed so got like 9 industrial spahi and 10 hussars and 2 factories and then i revolted therefore getting like 25 imperial hussars+9 spahi+ a lot of CM. Anyway i took down 1x1 with ease with that OP army even though his army was composed of 99% goons , after 1x1 was down i sent some ironclads and blew up the brit player's eco (he was right next to water) so he quit. Then i went and beat the indian player (crack shotted 2 howdahs!!111) and then started harassing KOM, but he managed to hold me off eventually since he had several SK as HARD counters to my cav spam, and my CM were kinda dying out
Well anyway KOM was winning, but i encouranged the french player (imperial) to attack him (the french wasn't that great because obviously france should completely rape aztecs in age 5 lol) but after he was losing i decided to help him so i raided KOM's firepit and killed all Warrior priests (BTW did you know explorer can crackshot warrior priests?!) so then he quit. Obviously then i kinda died in 1 min because i had revolted like 30 mins ago and was against an imperial france

was fun game though!

QUACK
Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 11-07-09 09:11 PM EDT (US)     711 / 804       
OHH damn, thats who it was! KOM_Inuyasha was French, then Ports in both of my games. But I forgot his name. Pretty awesome guy. I just gave him a name with M in it though lol cuz I remembered there bein an M.

Lol TC I edited it as based as I could based on what you said

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[This message has been edited by Lord Berminator (edited 11-07-2009 @ 09:39 PM).]

cirros
Skirmisher
posted 11-16-09 05:56 PM EDT (US)     712 / 804       
ya guys i just found this cool video!
GreenKnight0111
Skirmisher
posted 11-17-09 02:25 PM EDT (US)     713 / 804       
@Cirros, I believe that is what's called SPAM.

And LoL @ Frederick, how do whales run out?

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DukeLeto
Skirmisher
posted 11-17-09 06:15 PM EDT (US)     714 / 804       
BilboBeutlin
Skirmisher
posted 11-18-09 03:29 AM EDT (US)     715 / 804       
"The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." -- Albert Einstein
Mariomasta RJK
Skirmisher
posted 11-18-09 07:19 AM EDT (US)     716 / 804       
^seconded to both of last comments

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As_Saffah
Scenario Reviewer
posted 11-18-09 09:04 AM EDT (US)     717 / 804       
Battle in HELL

It's a 2v2v2v2 team FFA map I made, set in HELL.

My ally was Spain, I was Brits. The opposing human player teams were French/Japs, Spanish/German, and a comp team of Ivan and Suleiman.

Our quadrant of the map has 2 crossings to each adjacent quadrant. We walled up each crossing and put a tower between the layers of walls facing the human team side.

Our neighbours were French/Jap and the comp team. We walled off the comp team early on, to seal out random pistoleros and detritus coming our way while we fought the real players.

Each player could choose from one of 2 decks: a rush deck and a midrange deck. I picked the rush deck and started making/sending musks and a few lbows. I also sneaked over to the human players' side and took one of their Seminole posts. So I had those as well (and the OP seminole tech for archers).

My ally made rods/pikes and had a mass of about 20 guys just on his side of the crossing. Meanwhile, the French player had already walled the crossing on his end before the tower went up, and was massing xbow/musk on his side, but out of view.

I decided to attack just as I hit the fortress age button. Unfortunately, my ally did not follow suit right away, instead he seemed to be waiting until he aged. He aged ahead of me and sent 2 falc but did not come down right away to support the rush. The Jap player had a sizable defending army and my army was entirely wiped out despite pulling back without delay on seeing all his yumi. That's when French kid decided to flank our makeshift FB at the Seminole village. He had about 25 musk/xbow and 5 hussar which took care of my ally's cannons. He lost his entire army while I was defending my Seminole post with Seminole dorks and my age-up lbows. (I love lbows despite their being totally out of place)

Then the computers decided to attack us instead of the other human team kitty-corner from us. Green jans and pistoleros flanked us, not by our crossing, but AT OUR FB.

I also noticed at this time that I had shipped some musks and falcs to a different post, far away, and they would not arrive to help in time. Also, my ally had resigned with a full army waiting behind the near crossing >:-(

The lag was pretty bad. Although the map doesn't contain any navigable water, it has 2 very long trade routes and that could cause some lag. That might also be because 3 of the other 5 players were connecting from Germany.

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Mariomasta RJK
Skirmisher
posted 12-12-09 10:08 AM EDT (US)     718 / 804       
This was one of the worst games ive ever played, made treaty look like fun. set at Siberia

My team:
Me (ottos)
french private (japs)
french conscript (ottos)

Other team:
pr 15 (brits)
pr 12 (brits)
pr 9 (ports)

I wonder who the teams were in favor for, anyways

So this game goes for 28 min before i left. No one rushed (i tried to 10 jans rush to team FI), so that slowed me down coonsiderably. I nagged 2 tps, the jap also getting 2. I send 5 spahi to raid (completely forgetting that siberia has extra towers) and my 4 of them died , talking 4 vils and 6 musks (RC got them good) So then, while my stupid french partners we unnecessarily booming, I had to scramble for res, and they have no clue what i wanted. In the end, about 17:30, i had revolted, TMed and had 22 vet abus, 8 guard spahi, and 4X CM. I somehow managed to get them to send the spahi from the little french i know, and we hold them off till 1:27, and without the Tps dieing, somehow the timer went off, and i didnt take it off for sure.

So then i had no vils, 2 tps, and no factories. I was ****ed. I was able to squeeze in another tm timer, which was out last hope, but i was all alone guarding. Game over, i hate french ppl

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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 12-12-09 01:57 PM EDT (US)     719 / 804       
It seems like WHENEVER there's a foreigner in my team, it's always a Frenchie, too.

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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 01-24-10 00:10 AM EDT (US)     720 / 804       
Mehh me duolc wonkwink and maybe another TE-er were involved in an awesome 8-player FFA on Honshu today, but then I lagged out which started a chain reaction of people quitting and whatnot

But then I played a kickass RPG wild west thing, very fun

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jds2012
Skirmisher
posted 01-24-10 03:46 PM EDT (US)     721 / 804       
I just got villie rushed by some port player.

I had always assumed that this was just some rumor, but i played against a lance corp (he invited me to his game) and he villie rushed me lol

Keep him from expanding. Keep him scared. Keep him making the wrong type of troops. Control the game, don't react to it.
-Ender_Ward
No_nickname
Skirmisher
posted 01-24-10 03:53 PM EDT (US)     722 / 804       
Who won?

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Lord Berminator
Skirmisher
posted 01-29-10 05:58 PM EDT (US)     723 / 804       
What NN said xD

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No_nickname
Skirmisher
posted 02-21-10 04:17 PM EDT (US)     724 / 804       
Just had an epic game vs. a Portuguese 1st Leiutenant (idk how he has gotten to that rank lol).

I decided at 2:30 mins (lol) that since it was Yukon I'd take advantage of the OP Nootka. So I built two TPs with them and spammed. Unfortunately he turtled, but I killed like 20 TCs throughout the game anyway ^^

When he fortressed and I realized I could not beat him with pure clubs, I decided to fortressize myself for Petards. I did so, and sent Mams+Spahi also as a meatshield. After about 20 minutes of Petard spamming and TC killing, I industrialized for Mortars. He also had some goons, so I made some cav archers as well. When I took down all this towers with my mortars, and killed his army, he eventually gave up.

I killed loads of buildings, yet he still somehow always had the wood to build more... (I never even saw his wood villies though )

OP 40 minute game. GG.

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jds2012
Skirmisher
posted 02-22-10 08:40 AM EDT (US)     725 / 804       
Who won?
Dude, come on. I suck. But I don't suck enough to lose to a villie rusher

Keep him from expanding. Keep him scared. Keep him making the wrong type of troops. Control the game, don't react to it.
-Ender_Ward

[This message has been edited by jds2012 (edited 05-02-2010 @ 05:28 PM).]

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