I worked harder to try to avoid having so much "floating resources."
I still had some, but I did better. My Sioux beat these Ports in Fortress age. My early raids were successful enough to keep him backed up near his original TC... all he did with the new ones was put them right next to each other... as well as a fort and some outposts. Since he I wouldn't let him hunt, he went to farming early... which killed his chances at making much military...
Early on I get a good raid group of axe riders and my main force is cetans/clubs. When I finally go fortress I switch to wakinas and clubs.
Bow riders do make an appearance too. I probably should have cleaned up my unit inconsistency though.
Later on raiding wasn't really possibly cuz he just made a little defensive bubble as well as some hussars and mostly muskets. He didn't know how to raid well at all. One time he tried to raid with 4 dragoons and then another time he brought hussars but he always left before the job was done cuz he knew I was coming for him. lol
At 32:07 he drop-trick attempts. (But I did get credit for the win.)
See my TAD record coming in was 1-7 conscript. (Ouch)
Last night I did some reading up on strategies from another site and tried to put them into practice... (although many of the situations I read about didn't come up)
He was master serg so that's prolly why he tried to drop-trick. (I didn't drop him I just waited but sometimes that doesn't seem to work either)
Btw, who drop-tricks on a recorded game? :p
Now ya'al can see. I got some screenies too.
Anywho... was wondering people's thoughts who saw any of my other games if u think I did a better job on resource management... I know I can do better still, but it was a step in the right direction I think.