razorback77 wrote:Hi Kensai,
are you still looking for someone for a small country.
I would like to give it a try, I'm quite a newbie but have experience with other ageod title ROP BOR AJE ACW.
Let me know if you still need someone and what are the rules.
Kensai wrote:Citizen X has joined our Dropbox. Citizen, let us know of your nation choice.
Citizen X wrote:I need some hints on decision making here.
I have downloaded the trn for Colombia and Ottoman Empire and study the situation. Without going into detail I believe that OE is screwed for good.
Colombia on the other hand appears quite well in shape, comparatively. But only recieves less the 8 recruts each turn.
Maybe the time to jump into lowly developed countries has passed already. Nonetheless I issued some orders for both countries and would keep doing so for a couple of turns to give it a try and to get a feel for it and see if the gap can be closed at all.
Provided you folks agree to such an arrangement.
Jim-NC wrote:What do you mean by contemplorary playing?
Citizen X wrote:Bringing Colombia under the screen of the OEs defence treaties in exchange for right of passage and a commerce treaty, that allows for the Ottomans to exploit some of the Colombian resources. So the Ottoman economy can be brought up a bit faster and Colombis doesnt have too much fear of facing a war over Panama in the near future.
I exclude any help in aggressional acts, whatever sort or any exploit that might be possible beyond and above the said purposes. Its meant only to help get going.
This can be fixed ingame by treaties.
Jonathan Pollard wrote:Are you sure Persia is taken? I haven't seen any PER.ord files in my dropbox, although this could mean that the guy playing Persia is away on vacation and letting the AI do his turns temporarily. If Persia is taken, I'll probably bite the bullet and try China, although I'll have to figure out how to get its .trn file to show up in the list of saves.
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