Offline Frank Dale.shoguntotalwar

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    HaakonIX

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    10/28/09


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    Leckan

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    02/25/09

    Then we share the bad memory :)
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    Leckan

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    02/24/09

    The cavalry vs spearmen one :)
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    02/24/09

    Reply from Frank Dale:

    You know what I'm not even sure what the original topic was, that made you comment on spearmen vs. cavalry! LOL My memory of old posts is also bad! :-)
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    Leckan

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    02/23/09

    Lol that must be an old post! Can I get a link to it hehe? :)

    Yes of course, it is wise to do as you do with MTW then ETW, but I haven't got the patience I am afraid :) Have you tried the demo atleast? :o
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    02/23/09

    Reply from Frank Dale:

    I haven't tried the demo yet, I will try and remember to sometime soon. What link are your referring to?
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    Leckan

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    01/31/09

    Hi there m8, glad to see someone laughed at the bunny picture!

    Yes there are a lot of fun fights with spearmen vs cavalry, how cavalry can own them in one battle and get almost no losses, and how spearmen can get almost no loss and own the cavalry in another! =)

    Cya around in the forums!

    02/23/09

    Reply from Frank Dale:

    Hello, sorry I am only just now seeing your reply, I am losing observational skills as I age! Your point about spearmen vs. cavalry, and how one type can completely dominate the other under different circumstances, is part of what makes games like M2TW so great to play over and over. It's not some set-piece hard rules like chess, where one arrangement always has the same outcome. It's super dynamic, like real life, where any number of possible outcomes might occur. Appreciation of that randomness and unpredictability is what makes us human, as different from machines and their rigid calculations. (currently reading the Legends of Dune books, hehe.) I don't see myself getting tired of M2TW any time soon which is why I won't be playing Empire the moment it comes out..........or has it come out already? LOL See you around!
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