"Dragon Age Syndrome"
Type: Posts; User: Labbes
"Dragon Age Syndrome"
At least I can say I was the only one who killed another player.
Ladies and gentlemen, that's what a failed grab for second place looks like (I'm Pink). Good game everyone, I really enjoyed it!
I'll be on a little holiday until Monday and won't be able to Dominion during that time, so I'd be grateful if you would extend the time limit a bit.
It appears one of our commanders interpreted a snide remark ("If you're bored patrolling the province, just go fishing") as an order to attack a squad of Atlantian soldiers. While he survived the...
Well, I think me getting destroyed is certainly compensated by the fact that you're better.
I must say, Yellow dropping out has really bad implications for the rest of my game.
It would appear that is exactly what happened. Guess it was just a really unlucky day for Caelum, my commander getting hit by a stray arrow.
I moved as well, although I am getting a tad fatalistic at this point (meaning it probably doesn't matter whether I move or not).
I just lost a battle to militia because my expensive troops routed....
I was thinking the exact same thing.
I think Red is doing an extremely good job against Orange in this game. I honestly don't know how he's been keeping up, seeing how he has had half the ships for most of the time.
I apologize for being a bit tardy the past few days, I had lots of real life interferences. Should be better now.
Also, I'll start writing the stuff up to give you a bit of a laugh after all of this...
I wanted to, but thenI made so many stupid decisions I thought it really wasn't worth it.
The game makes me feel so bad, and I'm loving it.
I'm just glad the sea nations didn't win the deathmatch, that could have become a terrible manowar!
Let's hope the helmet is too big so he is a blind guardian.
Is it actually a real battle (using the battle things you have set up before) or just RNG?
Turns out it's quite hard to time my stuff so that my mammoths wool enemies to death just as my grunts arrive (meaning my mammoths don't get any or very few hits by enemy hurtstuffs). Early...
Cooking is awesome. Running around looking for ingredients, trying out different things together because it could work, it's really fantastic.
Any further agression on the technicality front will mean WAR!
They destroy indies with their wooliness! So of course I picked mammoths.
It took me a minute to realise that it's a "globe" kind of map, which is interesting in all kinds of ways. I guess it also...
It's a really tough decision whether to build mammoths or eagle kings. I want to have both, but I can't. Finished my turn though, so all is well.
There are items to give your leaders "waterbreathing" (not sure if there are items that do it for your whole army) and I think there are spells that do the same for armies.
This is bread with beer in it, thus combining the two greatest foodstuffs the world has ever known. Also, I wish my breakfast table would look as delicious as Kwis', I'm just way too lazy...
I was wondering because there might be such a thing as counterpicks in this game, but anyway: I will play Caldeum.