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# of Players: 2
Map Type: Amazonia
Map Size: Normal
Game Speed: Normal
Starting Age: Discovery
Game Type: Supremacy
Cheats Allowed: No
Total Game Time: 50 mins
Player 1's Name: travis
Player 2's Name: shocher
i do not know the map type so i just put somthing here.

i try to rush him but that did not work. i did not go to age 4 till like 30 min in to the game i think. i just what to know what did i need to make. plz help.
also i have not watch it so i do not know if it will work.
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Achaean Lionness
Rating: 5
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Additional Comments:

All right – Finally!
I have watched a Lot of these here from these pages (working my way from oldest page to newest) – and Finally here is one that was really a pleasure to watch – Just for the sake of sitting back and watching one for what it is… & yes, I think this is just what AoE III is ‘for’ and all about.
A good fight, both sides – great efforts…
It was nicely ‘balanced’ in the central elements – but, as it proved, Travis, in the end you were defeated by your own tactical ‘blunder.’
Fought like a true General of the old Tzarist guard tho’ – but you should have learned well, you can’t defeat field guns and heavy horse with infantry – and less-so with light infantry. The numbers matter nothing.
You lost a total of 784 units – and the vast majority of those were Streletys (light infantry) lost en mass to field guns & cut down by some well ordered Dragoon brigades.

All the fighting across the road was intense (both enjoyable & ‘painful’ to watch!).
You never produced adequate defense for your mortars, having seen for a long while in advance the enemy’s build-up and usage of Dragoons and field artillery (including a healthy supplement of culverins).
I kept ‘telling you’ (under my breath, hoping you would finally) – “Get some horse and some guns up there!” ..but of course, you never did and instead kept trying to forge a hammer out of glass (light infantry, light infantry, a few heavy infantry and more light infantry, etc).

This one ought have been a lesson in tactics for you that hopefully has served you well since. ;)

It was most enjoyable to watch, and I thank you for sharing it…

Best of fortune comrade!
Fellow Russian Commander.

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