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(Quote) It was never designed to be a complete historical simulation. It is still a game too that people play as Gaul or Egypt or Athens or even Sparta. It's supposed to be close enough to represent … (View Post)
The winter aspect to Wrath of Sparta is a very good idea to me. Campaigns in Winter were a rare occurrence for many centuries and the idea of hunkering down during the winter to prepare for Spring ca… (View Post)
(Quote) I think you're asking how can I stand it, right? :) I don't know. Maybe I've gotten addicted to their power... :) It seems to give the AI an edge it needs. I would imagine steamrolling gets e… (View Post)
(Quote) I agree 100% In my current game as Thebes I have won the spy battle. I must have 60 agents swarming all over my empire. Most are in passive defense. When agents stall my armies (which they st… (View Post)
(Quote) To some degree, sure, but I think that's somewhat of a oversimplification. Part of it also is the appeal of Ancient Greece with its many City States, smaller map and constant in-fighting. To … (View Post)